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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Died another witness who could pour dirt on Clinton

Hacker from Romania of Marcel Lazar Lehel, who has previously confessed to breaking a mailbox, a presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, died in a prison cell. And quite under very strange circumstances died, another person who could have stained the reputation of a former mistress of the state Department.

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Lehel was found dead in his cell, reports the Christian Times Newspaper. The publication writes that a hacker, known by the nickname of Lucifer allegedly took his own life.

The publication drew attention to the fact that the hacker died almost at the same time the FBI recommended not to initiate a criminal case against Clinton, which was accused of negligence when using e-mail as its Secretary.

Recall that Clinton, as head of the state Department, in violation of the rules used for official correspondence personal mailbox. At the end of may 2016 Romanian hacker boasted that easily broke into the server of the candidate in presidents of the United States and got access to her email. Soon Lehel was arrested extradited to the United States.

It is noteworthy that in June under mysterious circumstances died the former President of the UN General Assembly John Ashe: according to one, he “accidentally” crushed himself by the throat during training, others died as a result of a heart attack. In any case, departed this life it is very useful to Clinton and her entourage — it’s supposed to be investigating the corruption case, which could be involved the candidate.

In the Western press noted that sudden death of people who could damage the reputation of the Clintons, have been going on for quite some time.

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