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WSJ Reporter Investigating Hillary Clinton, Found Dead
« on: September 12, 2017, 08:43:26 AM »
This actually happened back in July. Posting for another log on the Clinton crime syndicate campfire.

WSJ Reporter Investigating Hillary Clinton, Found Dead
September 9, 2017

An award-winning Wall Street Journal reporter has been found dead in suspicious circumstances at his New York home whilst he was in a middle of an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s ties to a Russian drug company.

34-year-old Joseph Rago was at the “top of his game” having recently won a Pulitzer Prize for his previous work challenging the health care reform advocated by President Obama.

Friends and family say they are “shocked” by Mr. Rago’s sudden death, with many describing him as “modest, but full of life”.

James Freeman, an assistant editor for The Journal’s editorial page, made a statement about his friend, saying: “Though his knowledge of policy was encyclopedic and his writing talent enormous, Joe didn’t swagger,””He was a good listener and when he spoke his wry observations left you wanting more.

Today we are all desperately wanting so much more.” He was in the midst of investigating Hillary Clinton’s Russian ties when he was found dead in his NY apartment. Colleagues say he was really excited about the story and “couldn’t wait” to reveal his findings to the world.

He was reportedly investigating Hillary’s involvement in the purchase of Russian drug company Veropharm by Abbot Labs at a time in 2014 when sanctions against Russia would have prevented the sale.

The purchase was accomplished by a US shell company named Kew Garden Hills, LLC (registered in Delaware –and- Hillary Clinton’s home State of New York) acquiring approximately 98% of Veropharm shares—and then their being bought by Abbott Laboratories.

Hillary has ties to both Abbot Labs and Kew Garden Hills LLC. Critical to note about Abbott Laboratories acquiring Veropharm, this report explains, is that it was accomplished on 12 December 2014—which was 9 months from the March 2014 Obama regimes sanctions against Russia prohibiting such company takeovers—and that only someone with Hillary Clinton’s power and lust for money could make happen.

To how this takeover was completed in order to evade the Obama regime sanctions against Russia, this report details, was accomplished by a US shell company named Kew Garden Hills, LLC (registered in Delaware –and- Hillary Clinton’s home State of New York) acquiring approximately 98% of Veropharm shares—and then their being bought by Abbott Laboratories.

Handling this takeover transaction, this report continues, was the Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital—who are most to be noted for their having paid former President Bill Clinton $500,000 for a speech he gave to their top executives in Moscow

.Supposedly he was found hours before a scheduled meeting at the Russian Consulate as part of his investigation into Hillary.

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http://www.patriotnewswatch.com/wsj-reporter-investigating-hillary-clinton-found-dead/
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Re: WSJ Reporter Investigating Hillary Clinton, Found Dead
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2017, 01:27:08 PM »
No that couldn't be ... Hitlery and billy goat  is our satanic leader ,,, '

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Wall Street Journal reporter has been found dead in suspicious circumstances at his New York home whilst he was in a middle of an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s ties to a Russian drug company.

34-year-old Joseph Rago was at the “top of his game” having recently won a Pulitzer Prize for his previous work challenging the health care reform advocated by President Obama.

https://patch.com/new-york/east-village/joseph-rago-cause-death-released-wall-street-journal-writer-found-dead-nyc
Joseph Rago: Cause Of Death Released For Wall Street Journal Writer Found Dead In NYC

The young Pulitzer Prize winner was discovered dead in his East Village apartment in July, after his editors reported him missing from work.
  By Simone Wilson (Patch Staff) -      Updated September 12, 2017 12:08 pm ET

EAST VILLAGE, NY — After nearly three months of investigation, the NYC Medical Examiner has announced a cause of death for Joseph Rago, the prodigious young Wall Street Journal editorial writer found dead in his East Village apartment on July 20. He was only 34.

"The cause of death is sarcoidosis involving lungs, heart, spleen, hilar and mediastinal lymph nodes," Julie Bolcer, director of communications for the Medical Examiner, said in an email Tuesday. "The manner of death is natural."


From the beginning, the NYPD didn't suspect foul play. Rago was found "with no obvious signs of trauma," the Journal reported at the time. (For more local news, sign up to receive Patch's newsletters and alerts for your NYC neighborhood.)


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