BREAKING: Official Set To Testify Against Hillary Clinton Found Dead

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If you know anything about Hillary Clinton, you’ve probably heard about the infamous “Clinton kill list” that features the names of the many people close to her and her husband that have died under mysterious circumstances. Now, yet another name has been added to this list…

Page Six reported that former U.N. President John Ashe was found dead last Wednesday, with officials claiming he died of a heart attack. However, many disagreed with this and believed that foul play was involved in his sudden death.

According to Conservative Tribune, the local police officers in Dobbs Ferry, New York disputed the heart attack claims, instead claiming that he died from a workout accident that crushed his throat.


Ashe’s death was made even more mysterious when police learned he was scheduled to be in court Monday with his Chinese businessman co-defendant Ng Lap Seng, from whom he reportedly received over $1 billion in donations during his term as president of the U.N. General Assembly. They then found that during Bill Clinton’s presidency, Seng illegally funneled several hundred thousand dollars to the Democrat National Committee.

An unidentified source told reporters that prosecutors had planned to use this to link Ashe directly to Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton, and have him testify against her.

“It would have been very embarrassing,” the source added. “His death was conveniently timed.”

Conspiracy theorists are now claiming that Ashe is just the latest victim in a long line of people who ended up dead after authorities found they had damning information on the Clintons. This list includes Vince Foster,  a deputy White House counsel who died by gunshot in 1993 after he allegedly committed suicide. Many close to the investigation have sworn for years that he was actually murdered in a hit organized by Hillary Clinton.

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