Republican Who Sought Clinton Emails Found Dead In Minnesota Hotel Room!

The Clintons are at it again! Another death occurs after someone was looking into gathering information about them and this time it was concerning Hillary’s missing emails.

Peter Smith was a Republican donor out of Chicago who didn’t hide that he was trying to obtain missing emails from Hillary Clinton dealing with Russian hackers. Public records show he was

The day before Smith was found dead, he had written two blog posts. In one of the posts, he challenged U.S. intelligence agency findings that Russia interfered with the 2016 Presidential election. In the other post, he predicted “As attention turns to international affairs, as it will shortly, the Russian interference story will die of its own weight.”

Police are ruling the death suicide but isn’t that how the “Clinton Murder” go these days?

Source: Chicago Tribune

Republican donor and operative from Chicago’s North Shore who said he had tried to obtain Hillary Clinton’s missing emails from Russian hackers killed himself in a Minnesota hotel room days after talking to The Wall Street Journal about his efforts, public records show.

In mid-May, in a room at a Rochester hotel used almost exclusively by Mayo Clinic patients and relatives, Peter W. Smith, 81, left a carefully prepared file of documents, including a statement police called a suicide note in which he said he was in ill health and a life insurance policy was expiring.

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Days earlier, the financier from suburban Lake Forest gave an interview to the Journal about his quest, and it began publishing stories about his efforts in late June. The Journal also reported it had seen emails written by Smith showing his team considered retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, then a top adviser to Republican Donald Trump’s campaign, an ally. Flynn briefly was President Trump’s national security adviser and resigned after it was determined he had failed to disclose contacts with Russia.

At the time, the newspaper reported Smith’s May 14 death came about 10 days after he granted the interview. Mystery shrouded how and where he had died, but the lead reporter on the stories said on a podcast he had no reason to believe the death was the result of foul play and that Smith likely had died of natural causes.

However, the Chicago Tribune obtained a Minnesota state death record filed in Olmsted County saying Smith committed suicide in a hotel near the Mayo Clinic at 1:17 p.m. on Sunday, May 14. He was found with a bag over his head with a source of helium attached. A medical examiner’s report gives the same account, without specifying the time, and a report from Rochester police further details his suicide.

Smith was 81 years old and was able to secure a plastic bag over his head with a source of helium attached? Now this is suspect. There was a note that was recovered by police:

In the note recovered by police, Smith apologized to authorities and said that “NO FOUL PLAY WHATSOEVER” was involved in his death. He wrote that he was taking his own life because of a “RECENT BAD TURN IN HEALTH SINCE JANUARY, 2017” and timing related “TO LIFE INSURANCE OF $5 MILLION EXPIRING.”

Is this another Hillary Clinton related “suicide?” How odd that all these people who had any connection to the Clintons commit “suicide.” He was a long-time nemesis of the Clintons.

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