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originally posted by: FuggleHop
a reply to: carewemust
You might be amazed to learn that sometimes people just die of natural causes. It's not always Hillary's fault (or Obama's fault).
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Trump is 70 and Hillary is 68, should we be expecting them to just drop dead tomorrow? No.
True Pundit reported Sunday that State Department officials revealed that Clinton asked, “Can’t we just drone this guy” at a Nov. 23, 2010, meeting with other officials. The report said Clinton’s suggestion was met with laughter, but also said Clinton was clearly “fuming” at WikiLeaks’ continued leaking of confidential State Department cables that she had signed.
Gavin MacFadyen (born 1940, died Oct 22, 2016 (age 76)) was an American investigative journalist and filmmaker. He was the Director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) at Goldsmiths, University of London, an Advisor to the UK whistleblower support group The Whistler, and a Trustee of the Courage Foundation.
In recent years, his work focused on facilitating and protecting whistleblowing activities. He was closely linked to Julian Assange and formed the official Julian Assange Defence Committee, which raises funds to pay the legal expenses of Assange and other Wikileaks staff. He has appeared in a number of documentaries about Wikileaks, including We Steal Secrets and Julian Assange: A Modern Day Hero?
He had an amazing career: en.wikipedia.org...
originally posted by: jedi_hamster
a reply to: weirdguy
also, stop bringing the whole "Assange is dead/Assange needs help" drama to every single thread related to wikileaks, while wikileaks claims Assange is ok. it's just mudding the waters. (i'm looking at you, IgnoranceIsntBlisss)
The cause of MacFadyen’s death has not yet been made public. In the original post from his wife Susan, she wrote that he had died from “a short illness,” but that line has now been removed.