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Sep 9, 2016

Assange has barely escaped death? Anti-Hilary people died in mysterious circumstances one after another. – Mr. Assange is really a courageous person. –

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Assange has barely escaped death? Anti-Hilary people died in mysterious circumstances one after another. – Mr. Assange is really a courageous person. –
According to the articles below, anti-Hilary Clinton activists die one after another. Mr. Julian Assange has kept on revealing inconvenient information to Hilary Clinton. A renowned lawyer who represented Mr. Assange died this April. Given the circumstances, it is natural to interpret his death as murder.
Mr. Assange has lived in exile in the Ecuador Embassy in London. In the midst of information battle between him and Hilary, an unknown man reportedly tried to break in the embassy.
Reflecting such incidents, I am surprised to learn that Mr. Assange has managed to escape from assassination. It makes us understand how inconvenient to people of Darkness his information is. I think that he is really a courageous person.

September 3, 2016
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.


Excerpt from a Japanese article: News onthe Other Side of the World – September 2, 1016 –

Assange has barely escaped death?  Anti-Hilary people died in mysterious circumstances one after another.

Since the battle between Assange and Hilary seems to have intensified, I have made an outline of them as follows:

*snip*

*Anti-Hilary activists destined to suffer from bad luck
6 Anti-Clinton Activists Have Been Murdered or Died in Mysterious Circumstances Over the Last Month

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1.Molly Macauley: The world-renowned “space economist” Molly Macauly was brutally murdered while walking her two dogs around the corner from her Baltimore home.

Although the official story is that Macauley has no direct connection with Hilary, she is said to have had economic ties with Hilary through the notorious “Clinton Foundation.”

2. John Ashe: The former President of the UN General Assembly was awaiting trial on bribery charges when he turned up dead in June, apparently having crushed his own windpipe while lifting weights in his home.

According to theories floating around on the web, Ashe was “
scheduled to testify against the Clinton family when he met his untimely end.

3. Victor Thorne: Thorne was, himself, a conspiracy theorist (and a Holocaust denier), but his suicide from a self-inflicted gunshot wound
drew attention from political media because his latest project – a forthcoming book – was reportedly a treasure trove of Hillary Clinton opposition research.

4. Seth Rich: The DNC staffer was attacked near DC’s up-and-coming Bloomingdale neighborhood three weeks ago. DC police say they still have no clues or leads in what they say was a random killing, likely part of a burglary attempt.

But while Rich was beaten, shot and killed, he wasn’t robbed; he still had his wallet, watch and phone when police discovered his body.

5. Joe Montano: An aide to Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine died of an apparent heart attack in his Falls Church, Va., home in late July.

6. Shawn Lucas: Lucas, the lead attorney and process server in fraud case against the DNC filed by Bernie Sanders supporters,
was found dead on his bathroom floor just this past week.

Lucas’s death is strange, as he was reportedly in good health, according to his girlfriend. He had just appeared in a viral video showing the moment he surprised DNC officials with the fraud allegations.  

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*Julian Assange who flung down a challenge to Hilary and the “suicide” of his lawyer

*snip

Mr. Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, has kept on revealing inconvenient information to Hilary Clinton.

However, she has not been arrested and kept on working for the presidential campaign. Mr. Assange made a remark, which seems to be interpreted as a challenge, by saying: “I’m going to leak a lot of information, which provides enough evidence to have Hilary arrested.”


Several months before Mr. Assange’s declaration, in April this year a renowned lawyer who represented Mr. Julian Assange, had died after being struck by train.

He was an expert in custody transfer of suspects to foreign countries, human rights issues and war criminals. He was a capable lawyer with a lot of clients all around the world. He is married with two children. (Ham & High)

*snip

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*Unknown man tries to break into Ecuadorian embassy where Mr. Assange has asylum

Mr. Julian Assange has lived in exile inside the Ecuadorian embassy for four years.

In the climax of information battle between him and Hilary, an unknown man tried to break into the embassy where Mr. Assange lives on August 22.


Although the Ecuadorian embassy called to the police, it’s not until two hours later that they arrived on the site.

*snip

Furthremore, surprisingly, the nearest police station is two minutes’ walk from the embassy and the British government has monitored over the embassy from outside since 2012 when Assange started living there. Therefore, the Ecuador government has officially indicated dissatisfaction with the British government (the police) about how the police coped with the situation.


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