The number of Clinton-linked figures deaths just keeps on piling up. It’s a running conspiracy concerning the number of victims who’ve died mysteriously – with the most common ones such as “odd accidents” or “suicides” – after getting involved with the Clintons.
Now, there’s been yet another rather suspicious death that can be added to the list, as a former Haitian government official reportedly has committed suicide just prior to delivering a testimony which was expected to be disastrous for Hillary Clinton and the expenditure of the funds raised in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that was catastrophic for the country.
As Miami Herald reports it, the ex-Haitian government official, Klaus Eberwein, was head of the economic development agency known as Fonds d’Assistance Economique et Social from 2012 to 2015, and he has reportedly shot himself in the head in a Miami hotel room on 11th of July. Authorities deemed it to be a suicide.
South Florida citizen confirmed that Eberwein was working part-time as an Uber driver in South Florida, ever since departing from the government. He was also a partner in a pizza franchise in Haiti. His business partner was shocked when he found out about the death of Eberwein.
“It’s really shocking,” said Eberwein’s longtime friend and business associate Gilbert Bailly. “We grew up together; he was like family.”
Klaus Eberwein was expected to deliver a testimony on July 18th to the Haitian Senate’s Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission concerning allegations he faced of corruption and fraud in relation with the administration of relief funds.
What the Herald and the rest of the liberal media failed to mention is that Eberwein was expected to testify that the Clinton Foundation was the one to blame for the mismanagement of the funds that were ostensibly raised in order to aid Haiti’s recovery from the earthquake, WND reports.
The 50-year-old Eberwein was remembered as an outspoken critic of the Clinton Foundation and according to a report he told friends that he was fearing for his life due to his fierce criticism.
“The Clinton Foundation, they are criminals, they are thieves, they are liars, they are a disgrace,” Eberwein had shouted during a protest outside the Clinton Foundation building in New York City in 2016.
As Eberwein previously claimed, and as he was expected to testify, only a mere 0.6 percent of the fund created to help Haiti made it into the hands of Haitian relief organizations. Some 9.8 percent are believed to have ended in the coffers of the Haitian government.
The remaining 89.8 percent of the money, which is roughly $5.4 billion, are either unaccounted for or have ended up in non-Haitian organizations.
As always, there is no evidence that the one responsible for Eberwein’s death are the Clintons, but yet another suspicious death by a person deeply connected with the Clintons occurs, in this case being one person that was on the verge of exposing the corruption of the Clinton Foundation, and that raises some pretty big questions.