Doctor Found Murdered After Exposing Clinton Foundation ‘Non-Existent Medical Aid’ in Haiti

A well-known surgeon who exposed major inadequacies in medical trauma care promised to the Haitian people by the Clinton Foundation after the non-profit raised over $30 million dollars in donations following the devastating 2010 earthquake was found dead in his upscale apartment Sunday with a stab wound to the chest. Dr. Dean Lorich, 54, was found lying dead on the bathroom floor of his apartment by his 11-year-old daughter with a knife sticking out of his chest. The predominant surgeon gained notoriety after operating on U2’s frontman Bono and former running back Michael Cox but had also worked overseas in Haiti where he discovered an almost non-existent medical effort backed by the Clinton Foundation. In fact, in January of 2010, Dr. Lorich sent a detailed email to a confidant which ended up getting forwarded to Cheryl Mills who was Counselor and Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary […] Read More

Corporate Media Continues Blackout of DNC Lawsuit Even as 2 Witnesses Die

The fiancé of the late Chris Stephens is now accusing the Clintons of being part of a cover-up surrounding both the Benghazi Attack and the DNC. By Jack Burns, Guest author The fiancé of Chris Stephens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya who was murdered in the 2012 Benghazi attack, is speaking out about his death — and the cover-up that followed. Lydie Denier appeared on Rick Amato’s “Amato Talk” with Will Craddick, founder of DisobedientMedia.com, to discuss the controversial lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, in which “one witness has died and another potential witness was murdered.” As we have extensively reported, influential donors to the DNC are suing their political party for fraud in the 2016 presidential election where they say their candidate, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, was discriminated against. High-ranking members of the DNC, by way of Wikileaks’ DNC email publications, were caught favoring Hillary Clinton over […] Read More