A commenter on Facebook, upon reading my previous post wrote:
Yes, the bodies do pile up on the Clinton Highway, don’t they?
In fact, WND was kind enough to provide us with a little refresher on what they call the ”Clinton Death List”: 33 Spine-Tingling Cases.
Just to put Seth Rich’s suspicious murder into perspective, I decided to peruse this list of deaths. And I stumbled across one that sounds oddly familiar.
The death of Mary Caitrin Mahoney.
Mahoney was a former Clinton White House staffer until 1995 who became friends with a young intern by the name of Monica Lewinsky.
After her time in the White House, Mahoney took a job as the night manager of a Georgetown-area Starbucks. And in 1997, she was murdered in an apparent “robbery.”
Take a look at the description of her murder:
Mahoney she was killed at the coffee store during a shooting that was described as a robbery, though nothing was taken.
A man named Carl Derek Havord Cooper was arrested and charged with their murders in March 1999. Cooper pleaded guilty and said he went to Starbucks to rob the store after it had closed. He said he ordered Mahoney, Evans and Goodrich to the back of the store, but he claimed Mahoney attempted to grab his gun. Cooper said that’s when he shot her and the other two employees and then made his escape, fearing the gunfire would alert authorities. Goodrich made the confession after a 54-hour interrogation. He later recanted, but was found guilty [Emphasis mine].
A robbery where nothing was taken?
Interesting. Sounds familiar no?
But this is the kicker:
Mahoney was shot five times, once in the back of the head, with the key to the safe in her hand. The safe, which held $10,000, wasn’t touched. Despite the Starbucks’ location in a densely populated neighborhood, no one reported hearing gunfire, sparking speculation that the gunman used a silencer.
So, a safe with ten grand is left untouched – despite the fact that Mahoney had the key in her hand.
Now, for the “interesting timing portion” of the story.
Mary Caitrin Mahoney was murdered during the “pre-trial media coverage” of Paula Jones’ sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill Clinton.
The very lawsuit that uncovered the cigar-fueled sexual romps in the Oval Office between then-President Clinton and Mahoney’s friend Monica Lewinsky.
Is there proof that the Clintons had her killed?
No. Of course not.
But isn’t it odd how the Clintons are always only one or two degrees away from a murder?
Now, so far, nobody has linked Seth Rich’s murder to either the DNC or Hillary Clinton.
But then again, they really aren’t investigating it, are they?
Former DC detective Rod Wheeler told Fox5 in DC that the DC police have been given a stand-down order on Rich’s murder [see the video at my earlier post HERE].
If this proves to be true, something stinks to high heaven.
Just like Mahoney, Rich was murdered in a “robbery” where nothing was taken.
And just like Mahoney, the timing of Rich’s death is highly suspicious.
I’ll be honest with you. When it comes to the Clintons, I don’t think you can rule out foul play. They really are awful, venal people.
And when you check out WND’s list of people connected to them who up and died, it really is hard not to wonder about Seth Rich.
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