Haitia Witness Against Clintons Dead : The Media Says - Nothing
It appears that the media is bringing out the long guns to refute the story that a witness against the Clintons committed suicide or was murdered and made it look like suicide. Just the fact that on Google the first item in the list is a Snopes (fact check?) pointing out that the story is false.
Just the fact that Snopes says it's false brings in the well worn tid-bit from Hillary herself, 'we must suspend disbelief' if we are to believe Snopes, an organization that has a history of protecting democrats with their fact-check malfeasance.
Still, it's up to the reader to believe or disbelieve as to what actually happened in the suicide death, murder of Eberwein, and given there are so many competing people and organizations involved here that have an axe to grid against the Clintons and those that want to protect them at any cost, there is much to believe there is something here that always tags the Clintons with corruption on a massive scale.
What I find interesting here is this does have the same smell as the suicide? of Vincent Foster, a close confident and associate of the Clintons.
The mainstream media’s silence over Klaus Eberwein’s death is deafening.
Eberwein was a former Haitian government official who was expected to expose the extent of Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice next week.
During and after his government tenure, Eberwein faced allegations of fraud and corruption on how the agency he headed administered funds. Among the issues was FAES’ oversight of the shoddy construction of several schools built after Haiti’s devastating Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake. But, according to Eberwein, it was the Clinton Foundation who was deeply in the wrong – and he intended to testify and prove it on Tuesday.
According to Eberwein, a paltry 0.6 percent of donations granted by international donors to the Clinton Foundation with the express purpose of directly assisting Haitians actually ended up in the hands of Haitian organizations. A further 9.6 percent ended up with the Haitian government. The remaining 89.8 percent – or $5.4 billion – was funneled to non-Haitian organizations. –WND