Did the Clintons Commit Murder?

By World 5 List

More than 12 plane crashes. 13 murders. These aren’t just any deaths. These are deaths with a connection to Bill or Hillary Clinton.

Let’s start with Ron Brown

There is a reason Ron Brown is the first one on this list. He was the first African American to become the US Secretary of Commerce and he served during the first term of Bill Clinton’s presidency. So how exacty did he die and why are people so suspicious of who is behind his death?

Brown was killed during a plane crash near Dubrovnik in Croatia, in 1996. Here’s why people think Bill Clinton was involved in the murder of Ron Brown:

Bill Shelton and Kathy Ferguson

Kathy Ferguson was a witness during Clinton’s Paula Jones lawsuit and she was found dead in Shelton’s apartment, with a gunshot wound in her head.

And Shelton? A month later, her fiancee killed himself at her grave site. Okay, sounds like your typical heartbreak Romeo and Juliet material, right?

And we’re moving right along to Barbara Wise.

Wise’s death is by far the most mysterious out of all on our list. The Commerce Department employee apparently worked closely with Ron Brown and John Huang.

Someone must’ve really had deep hatred for Wise because the woman was found dead and locked in her own office. She was bruised from head to waist and nobody ever discovered the reason why, however, plenty of speculations have occured and many do think she was tortured for hours. Does The Commerce Department not have any cameras around their building?

And here comes another shot in the head victim.

Ed Wiley was involved in plenty of Clinton’s fundraising events. Cause of death? You guessed it – , with a perfect shot in the head. But wait, it gets even weirder once we give you some background info.

In 1993, Wiley’s wife, Kathleen Wiley, had a job-seeking meeting with Clinton as the couple faced plenty of financial difficulties.

Kathleen is still very anti-clinton and has already expressed her desires for Trump to win the upcoming election.

You’ve probably heard of Stanley Heard and Steve Dickson, right?

Dickson was a counsel to Heard and Heard was a counsel to Clinton’s mother, stepfather and brother. Anything else these two have in common? Both died in a plane crash. On the exact same plane.

And there’s the one that wasn’t shot in the head.

The murder of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer, killed in July 2016. The police found his body on the floor and was quick to rule it as an attempted robbery. Want to hear something odd? All his personal items, wallet and phone included, were still on him.

What’s so special about this guy, behind his obvious last name, and why would he even be a target? People suspect he could’ve been involved in the large DNC email Wikileaks scandal and persuaded by Sanders.

Have you ever heard people say “if I’m ever found dead, it was murder” in movies?

Well, it happened in real life too. Victor Thorn is the next alleged murder Clinton murder victim. Thorn wrote several books exposin both of the Clintons – he allegedly killed himself on his birthday. Unlike most of the victims, he shot himself on top of a mountain. Was it a headshot? We don’t know. But if it was, we know where this story is going.

Thorn told the Russel Scott Show host “Russel, if I’m ever found dead, it was murder. I would never kill myself.”

Are you sure of that, Mr Thorn?

Alright, this is getting interesting. Who’s gonna be next?

Jerry Parks. Parks was Clinton’s head of gubernatorial security team in Little Rock. He was shot seven times at a deserted intersection while driving through Little Rock.

Kevin Ives and Donald Henry

Why people think their deaths weren’t accidental?

Autopsies revealed that kevin died from a crushed skull before he was ever placed on the tracks while Donald was stabbed in the back – and not metaphorically.

And we’re not quite done with their story. Kevin and Donald are connected to the death of John Hillyer.

The NBC cameraman was working on several cases that could easily expose the Clintons – he was also involved in exposing the Arkansas drug smuggling operation and worked on the case with journalist Pat Matrisciana. The two also became friends of Gary Parks, the son of Jerry Parks who we mentioned earlier.

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AN ONGOING DISASTER: Libya, Africa and Africom

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MORE THAN 50,000 DEATHS

By Dan Glazebrook, GlobalResearch.ca

The scale of the ongoing tragedy visited on Libya by NATO and its allies is becoming horribly clearer with each passing day. Estimates of those killed so far vary, but 50,000 seems like a low estimate; indeed the British Ministry of Defence was boasting that the onslaught had killed 35,000 as early as last May. But this number is constantly growing. The destruction of the state’s forces by British, French and American blitzkrieg has left the country in a state of total anarchy – in the worst possible sense of the word. Having had nothing to unite them other than a temporary willingness to act as NATO’s foot soldiers, the former ‘rebels’ are now turning on each other. 147 were killed in in-fighting in Southern Libya in a single week earlier this year, and in recent weeks government buildings – including the Prime Ministerial compound – have come under fire by ‘rebels’ demanding cash payment for their services. $1.4billion has been paid out already – demonstrating once again that it was the forces of NATO colonialism, not Gaddafi, who were reliant on ‘mercenaries’- but payments were suspended last month due to widespread nepotism. Corruption is becoming endemic – a further $2.5billion in oil revenues that was supposed to have been transferred to the national treasury remains unaccounted for. Libyan resources are now being jointly plundered by the oil multinationals and a handful of chosen families from amongst the country’s new elites; a classic neo-colonial stitch-up. The use of these resources for giant infrastructure projects such as the Great Manmade River, and the massive raising of living standards over the past four decades (Libyan life expectancy rose from 51 to 77 since Gaddafi came to power in 1969) sadly looks to have already become a thing of the past.

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