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Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official who was expected to expose the extent of Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice next week, has been found dead in Miami. He was 50.
Eberwein was due to appear next Tuesday before the Haitian Senate Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission where he was widely expected to testify that the Clinton Foundation misappropriated Haiti earthquake donations from international donors.
According to Miami-Dade’s medical examiner records supervisor, the official cause of death is “gunshot to the head“. Eberwein’s death has been registered as “suicide.”
Milwaukee Police Chief, and transplant from New York, Ed Flynn recently slammed Wisconsin’s conceal carry laws, saying “It’s an irresponsible law passed by irresponsible legislatures who are more interested in ideological points and I’d sure as hell like some more community outrage about that because that’s what driving the violence in this city and too many public officials are silent on it.”
Mike Crivello, president of the Milwaukee Police Association, the police union took issue with Flynn’s comments.
“I have never had a conversation with you, chief, relative to you displaying that we are arresting an overwhelming amount of people, or even one person, who’s committed a crime while carrying a CCW (permit,)” Crivello said.
Flynn claims that legal gun owners act as protection for drug dealers, saying that is legal and there’s nothing he can do about it. Chief Flynn is apparently unaware of the laws regarding accessories to crimes. Wisconsin statute 939.05 explicitly says:
(1) Whoever is concerned in the commission of a crime is a principal and may be charged with and convicted of the commission of the crime although the person did not directly commit it and although the person who directly committed it has not been convicted or has been convicted of some other degree of the crime or of some other crime based on the same act.
SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit