Hillary Clinton Murder List: Shawn Lucas, Seth Rich, Victor Thorn & Other Mysterious Deaths

Morning News USA | 8 Aug 2016

Hillary Clinton has come out with an eight-point lead over Donald Trump from the conventions of the two major parties and their aftermath.

However, despite the Democratic candidate leading among registered voters, murder mysteries related to the Clintons are emerging at the same rate. The body count increases. Here’s a list of people related to Hillary Clinton who were found dead less than a month apart.

Shawn Lucas

It was earlier reported that Shawn Lucas and filmmaker Ricardo Villaba had filed a lawsuit against DNC Services Corp. and Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz at DNC’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., according to What Really Happened.

It was a fraud class action suit against the Democrat Party on behalf of Bernie Sanders supporters. On August 2 2016, Lucas’ girlfriend found him dead in his bathroom. As of now, no cause of death has been officially released by authorities.

ALSO READ: Murdered DNC Staffer Seth Conrad Rich Divulging Election Fraud?

Seth Rich

Seth Conrad Rich was a DNC Voter Expansion Data Director. On July 10, 2016, he was was shot several times in the back a block away from his home. According to police, it was a robbery gone wrong. However, he still had his wallet, watch, and cell phone. Nothing was taken.

The murder took pace after WikiLeaks released 20,000 DNC emails, which proved that the DNC was manipulating the primaries to favor Hillary Clinton. While DNC said that the dump was hacked by Russia, WikiLeaks denied such by stating that it was an “internal” leak.

Heat Street stated that Seth was in a good position to acquire the data. If he was responsible for the leak, getting rid of him could be a way to warn potential whistleblowers inside the DNC. After his death, claims were made that Rich was on his way to meet FBI special agents the morning of his murder. He was going to talk to them about a court case involving the Clinton Family.

Victor Thorn

On August 1, 2016, Victor Thorn was found dead due to a gunshot on top of a mountain near his home. Thorn had been writing against Clintons for decades, mainly in his books and articles for American Free Press.

The writings had exposed many of the Clintons’ dark secrets, including the drug operations out of Mena, Arkansas, reported The Political Insider.

Thorn’s death was officially declared a suicide. The most surprising part was that Thorn was at the peak of his success. He had a long line of bestselling books, including Crowning Clinton: Why Hillary Shouldn’t Be in the White House and the Hillary (And Bill) trilogy. The trilogy had just been bought for translation and foreign distribution.

Joe Montano

Joe Montano allegedly died of a heart attack on July 25, 2016. He was the Chairman of DNC before Debbis Wasserman Shultz. He also worked as Regional Director for Tim Kaine.

The dead occurred after the WikiLeaks email dump. Montano was 47, with no history of heart problems.

Berta Caceres

Human rights activist Berta Caceres was also killed sleeping in her home in La Esperanza, Honduras. According to reports, she said that the former First Lady was responsible for the Honduran coup, which toppled President Manuel Zelaya, the democratically elected leader.

After the coup, Honduras had become one of the most dangerous countries, and the former First Lady’s role in the coup is public knowledge.

John Ashe

John Ashe was the former United Nations General Assembly President. He died from a heart attack; however, according to CNN, his throat had obviously been crushed.

Ashe was about to begin trial for a bribery charge involving Chinese businessman Ng Lap Seng, of the 1996 “China-gate” scandal. It was reported that Seng had made illegal donations to Bill Clinton’s re-election.

Supposedly, Ashe was going to testify about Hillary Clinton’s links to Seng; later the same day, he died.

ALSO READ: Hillary Murdered John F. Kennedy Jr: ‘I Am JFK’ Opens Pandora Box Of Conspiracy Theories

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