Some Are Already Linking U.N. Officials ‘Conveniently Timed’ Death to The Clinton Family
Secret money being funneled into the country. A suspicious murder. It sounds like the plot of a political thriller novel but this is the story that's being played out in a British homicide division. And it has an uncanny connection to Hillary Clinton.
Here's what happened.
A U.N. official who was found dead in his apartment may have been murdered to keep quiet his relationship to a Chinese businessman who helped him funnel thousands of dollars into the Clinton's political campaign funds.
That ex-U.N. official, John Ashe, was found dead in his apartment with his throat crushed by a barbell. Police say that Ashe must have dropped the weight while working out, but the U.N. gave a completely different story and said that Ashe died from a heart attack.
Meanwhile, the connection between Ashe and Chinese millionaire Ng Lap Seng, is disturbing.
Ng has been in the news lately for trying to move millions of dollars into the country to use in gambling and other investments. But Ng's name is familiar for any who've paid attention to the crony lives of the Clintons for the past several years. In 1998 he was pointed out as the source for giving the Clintons serious funds for their Democratic campaigns. We're talking about hundreds of thousands of dollars.
So an ex-U.N. official who has information that could prove damaging to Hillary Clinton's political aspirations mysteriously dies while his Chinese business partner lives to keep his secrets...it sounds like something that Hillary Clinton would be very keen to keep secret and under wraps.
Sources close to the situation are convinced that Ashe was killed in order to cover up information about the Clintons.
"[T]he prosecutors would have linked Ashe to the Clinton bagman Ng. It would have been very embarrassing. His death was conveniently timed."
Hopefully investigators can piece together this monstrous puzzle and figure out how Hillary Clinton was involved. This would be right up her devious alley.
h/t: Page Six