Over the past few decades, an unusual number of people with damning information on Bill and Hillary Clinton have died under mysterious circumstances. Now, it appears that the Clinton body count may have just gotten another victim, as someone who had just exposed Hillary’s former campaign manager John Podesta just turned up dead.
Freedom Daily reported that private investigator Kevin Halligen was just found dead at a mansion in England after linking brothers John and Tony Podesta to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Halligen was just 56 years-old, and an investigation has been launched into his mysterious death.
Halligen took over the private investigation of the McCann case in May of 2008, and he ended up linking them do the disappearance of the 3 year-old British national in Portugal. This sparked speculations that the Podestas, both of whom are high level Democrat operatives, were responsible for the child’s murder.
Halligen and his partner Henri Exton were responsible for the two e-fit sketches that were released in an attempt to find McCann’s abductors. Everyone immediately noticed that the men in the sketches looked eerily like the Podesta brothers.
The mainstream media tried to convince everyone that the resemblance was a coincidence, yet Halligen knew more about the Podesta brothers and their secrets than many initially assumed. The private detective worked for Oakley International, a DC-based intelligence operation that considered the Podesta Group to be its natural enemy. Through this group, Halligen knew all about the Podestas and their reputation, making him very inconvenient to the Clintons and their cronies.
Reports that Halligen’s body was soaked in blood has many assuming that he was murdered. Perhaps Hillary grew tired of him investigating one of her top officials, and decided it was time to make Halligen disappear. This is the way she lives her life, as Hillary has always believed herself to be above the law, and that anyone who tries to take her down deserves to be “taken out” themselves.
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