New Suspicious Death Feeds Clinton 'Kill-spiracy'


When former DNC staffer Seth Rich was shot dead within blocks of his D.C.-area home, the motive for the homicide by D.C. police was robbery. It would have been the first robbery in which the victim’s wallet was left untouched, a high-priced watch was not stolen, and a gold chain was apparently deemed not worth snatching.

The only thing stolen from Seth Rich was his life.

The revelation that Rich was almost certainly the DNC staffer who supplied the now-infamous DNC email threads to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks further strengthened theories about Rich’s murder being tied to high-ranking members of the DNC.

This piece details Rich’s case, as well as several other deaths, recent and decades past, in which individuals potentially detrimental to the Clintons’ political empire expired unexpectedly and, for the Clintons, conveniently.

There is another of two recent Clinton-related kill-spiracy theories that bears some resemblances to the Seth Rich case. To be clear, I am not claiming that every young person with ties to the DNC who dies unexpectedly was the victim of political assassination. I will only re-affirm the rarity of coincidence, and the adage that where there is smoke, there is most likely fire. But please, reach your own conclusions.

The story of Beranton J. Whisenant, Jr. cannot be told without explaining the current investigation into Imran Awan, and Awan’s connections to Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Awan has been the point man for Wasserman Schultz’s technology needs since 2005. It has been reported that Imran and his brothers Jamal and Abid, who would eventually become the IT-men for dozens of other Congressmen, are accused of stealing technology from Congress and accessing countless members’ emails and information without permission.

They were also reportedly paid $4 million for their services, in taxpayer money no less, since 2010, despite being rarely seen on premises. (Daily Caller)

The Awan brothers along with Imran’s wife have fled to Pakistan since the brothers became the target of the federal probe. It has been made clear that the Awan’s had unprecedented access to sensitive information and emails, and one reason for their freedom was the lack of a paper trail detailing what they had accessed and potentially duplicated or stolen:

“IT staff at HIR can be tracked for every keystroke they make,” a former House Information Resources member told the Daily Caller. But by comparison, “when these guys (the Awans) were granted access to the Member’s computer systems there is no oversight or tracking of what they may be doing on the Member’s system. For example they could make a copy of anything on the Member’s computer system to a thumb drive or have it sent to a private server they had set up and no one would know.”

When the computers which the Awans reportedly worked on were confiscated by Capitol police in connection with the probe, one member of the DNC, the one who had first taken on Imran as an employee, appeared to panic. That member was Debbie Wasserman Schultz, whose own computer was one of those confiscated. You can watch her on video threatening the chief of the Capitol police, telling him that there will be “consequences” should he not return her laptop.

This sort of desperate attempt at reclaiming what is likely evidence in a federal investigation is not normal, and Wasserman Schultz’s argument, that because she was not the subject of the investigation her computer should not have been confiscated, was easily rebuffed. Debbie, it was your IT guy who was under investigation, and his job was to, in part, work on your computer.

Does it not seem as if there might be some things on that computer that Debbie would rather the police not see?

Which brings us to Beranton Whisenant, Jr., a 37-year-old member of the U.S. Attorney’s office major crimes unit who worked out of Miami and was reportedly immersed in numerous visa and passport fraud cases. The up-and-coming attorney’s body was found rolling in the crashing tide in the early hours of May 25th in Hollywood, FL.

West Palm Beach’s WPTV reported that police cited head trauma, likely a gunshot to the head, as the cause of death. One month after Whisenant’s death, the Miami Herald penned a piece documenting the Broward County medical examiner’s inaction in reporting details, including whether the incident was a homicide or suicide. Nearly two months have passed now, and still, the Broward County ME continues to deny public records requests into Whisenant’s case.

You’re probably wondering what this has to do with Wasserman Schultz. DWS’s 23rd Congressional District includes Broward county, which encompasses the beach on which Whisenant was found and the medical examiner’s office which has yet to provide crucial details about the cause of death. Beyond this factual connection, connections between Wasserman Schultz, the DNC’s many scandals, and Beranton Whisenant are speculative.

Unlike the victims in many recent theories, Whisenant was not known to have been investigating the DNC, or- as some have speculated- the visa and immigration status of the Awan brothers. This could have to do with the Awans’ swift exit from the country after being notified of the investigation, their entry into the country before being employed by Democratic Congressmen, or both.

Again, it’s possible that Whisenant was never investigating Wasserman Schultz and/or the Awans.

But one must not ignore the facts and the similarities to the Seth Rich case. Whisenant was never a DNC staffer, but his operations as an immigration-specific investigator in a county adjacent to Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s, and his death at the time DWS- a figure inextricably linked to the DNC- is embroiled in a case involving shady immigration practices, cannot be ignored.

Like Seth Rich, Whisenant was killed in a relatively upscale neighborhood with nothing stolen from him, a sign that robbery was not the motive for the killing. In the Rich case, the D.C. police department proved to be an obstacle to independent investigators, withholding a laptop that investigators believed held the answers to the potential motive for the slaying. While not quite the same, the coyness of the Broward County medical examiner and the repeated denial of public records requests pertaining to Whisenant’s death belie routine procedure.

Whisenant was considered a standout within the U.S. Attorney’s office. By recorded accounts, he was happily married and a responsible father of three kids. Suicide is highly unlikely.

So, if it’s not a robbery and unlikely to be suicide, then what was the motive for what is almost certainly the shooting death of Beranton Whisenant?

Critics continue to call theories revolving around the DNC and murder conspiracies, but it is no conspiracy to consider possibilities when it comes to murder. It is called an investigation, and it is something that D.C. and Broward area detectives apparently are not very interested in the cases of Seth Rich and Beranton Whisenant.

How else can one interpret months passing without grieving families even receiving a certifiable cause of death or even a suspect for the Rich homicide?

Again, reach your own conclusion. Hopefully, information will be released that sheds more light on these unsolved cases.

If we are fortunate, such information resides on Debbie Wasserman’s coveted computer.

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