No Foul Play? Another Clinton Enemy Killed [VIDEO]

The Clinton critic was found dead of a gunshot, which was ruled a suicide with no foul play involved.

Right after news of one Clinton critic found dead, and leaving behind him a note assuring us there was “no foul play whatsoever” involved, we get another story of a Clinton enemy found dead. This one died from a gunshot wound in the head. But the authorities assure us that the death was self-inflicted.

The Miami Herald reports, “Former Haiti government official shoots himself in the head in Miami-area hotel.

Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official, was found dead Tuesday in a South Dade motel room in what the Miami-Dade medical examiner’s office is ruling a suicide

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Eberwein was scheduled to appear Tuesday before the Haitian Senate’s Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, the head of the commission, Sen. Evalière Beauplan confirmed. The commission is investigating the management of PetroCaribe funds, the money Haiti receives from Venezuela’s discounted oil program.

Read the whole Miami Herald story.

The Miami Herald leaves out that Eberwein was a critic of the Clintons, specifically of their work in Haiti.

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