The Clinton Body Count Just Went Up By 5 In The Past 6 Weeks!
Activist and Bernie Sanders supporter Shawn Lucas is the latest person to line up alongside others in the Clinton body count. He is the fifth person who has been a threat to the Clintons to die in the past six weeks.
Lucas, along with filmmaker Ricardo Villaba recently served papers to the Democratic National Committee Services Corp. and the former Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz with regards to a fraud class action lawsuit against the Democrat Party.
We contacted Lucas’ employer on 4 August 2016 to ask whether there was any truth to the rumor. According to an individual with whom we spoke at that company, Shawn Lucas died on 2 August 2016. The audibly and understandably shaken employee stated that interest in the circumstances of Lucas’ death had prompted a number of phone calls and other queries, but the company had not yet ascertained any details about Lucas’ cause of death and were unable to confirm anything more than the fact he had passed away.
An unconfirmed report holds that Lucas was found lying on the bathroom floor by his girlfriend when she returned home on the evening of 2 August 2016. Paramedics responding to her 911 call found no signs of life.
“There had been a struggle. His hands were bruised, his knees are bruised, his face is bruised, and yet he had two shots to his back, and yet they never took anything,” his mother, Mary Rich, told NBC News.
“They took his life for literally no reason. They didn’t finish robbing him, they just took his life,” she added. “They hurt the community, and they hurt the long-term possibility of what he could have done.”
Could it be that the intent was to make it appear as a robbery, but was really just to end the young man’s life?
Finally, Joe Montano, 47, a close aide to Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and a prominent activist in the Washington area’s Filipino American community, died July 25 at his home in Falls Church, Virginia. Montano’s parents said that he was known to have hypertension and died of an apparent heart attack.