A major story that has some readers scratching their heads recently surfaced regarding the death of a GOP operative and Hillary Clinton’s emails. According to The Blaze, “The Chicago Tribune has reported that Peter W. Smith, who was attempting to obtain 33,000 deleted Hillary Clinton emails from hackers who claimed to have them, committed suicide ten days after contacting the Wall Street Journal.”
Smith told the Wall Street Journal that he had made contact with several hackers on the “dark net,” who claimed they could produce the storied 33,000 deleted emails from Hillary Clinton’s servers. The police are calling it a suicide, but the timing of the death opens up questions and many conspiracy theories. With a suicide note that read “No foul play whatsoever” and “recent bad turn in health since January 2017” many believe that it sounds like a staged death. The method of death was also bizarre, described as “asphyxiation due to displacement of oxygen in confined space with helium.”
It is unfortunate that we live in an atmosphere where we immediately question the death of someone when the story involves the Clintons, the DNC or her emails, but it is becoming more and more suspicious when each time something happens it turns deadly. If it was indeed foul play, what could be on those emails that were so perfectly deleted and “bleach-bit” from her server? What could be in them that was so dangerous no one should ever see them? It makes one wonder and no doubt question the motive behind this mans death.
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