Witness Exposing the Clinton Foundation Found Dead in Motel Room

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Despite the mainstream media’s deafening silence over Klaus Eberwein’s death, our readers must be aware of a little known event that took place last week. Klaus Eberwein is a former Haitian government official who was found dead in a Miami motel room  on July 11th. He was 50 years old and about to testify next week  before the Haitian Senate Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.

According to various reports, Klaus Eberwein was ready to blow the whistle on the Clinton Foundation misappropriating Haiti earthquake donations from various international donors. His death was described as a suicide by the government.

However, this so-called suicide is highly suspicious, considering that Klaus Eberwein went on record on Clinton Foundation’s corruption, and he reportedly said to his friends that his life is in danger due to his outspoken criticism against the Clintons. Klaus Eberwein served as director general of the Haitian government’s economic development agency for 3 years and according to his statements, a mere 0.6% of the money received by the Clinton Foundation  from international donors following the disastrous earthquake ended up actually helping/directly assisting Haitians, while 9.6% ended up in the Haitian government coffers. The remaining 5.4 billion dollars (89,8% of the money donated to the Clinton Foundation) were funneled to various other (non Haitian) organizations.

You see now how this guy’s suicide a week prior to his testimony before the Haitian Senate Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is highly suspicious. Klaus Eberwein was quoted as saying during a protest in Manhattan last year (the protest took place in front of the Clinton Foundation headquarters, nota bene):

“The Clinton Foundation, they are criminals, they are thieves, they are liars, they are a disgrace,”

So this guy was about to testify against the Clintons  and he ended up “suicided” in a motel room shortly prior to his first appearance in court. This sounds strangely familiar.