Former Corruption Prosecutor Found Dead Under A Bridge – Suspiciously Ruled A “Suicide”

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Editor’s Note: In the private criminal world, we’ve seen a Whitey Bulger witness meet an untimely end rather than be able to testify against the alleged FBI informant and gangster. In the public criminal world (i.e. government and its private satellites), the same gangsterism takes place. Is corruption endemic in the system? The question seems to answer itself with a “corruption” prosecutor meeting an untimely death, possibly to prevent his exposing one or other corrupt activities to what’s left of justice.

Cassius Methyl
July 19, 2013

A former federal prosecutor of corruption was found dead under a bridge — it was almost immediately ruled a suicide, widely seen as extremely suspicious.

John Fahy, or “Jay” as he was called, was found underneath a bridge, with a single gunshot wound to the head. There is no history of mental illness, or apparent reason for why the man would have wanted to commit suicide, so anyone thinking critically would find this extremely suspicious.

Jay was a frequent guest on MSNBC, a propaganda network, and knowing how the White House and corporate elite are allied with corporate media, perhaps he broke some agreement between them, and maybe he was taken out as a result. Only a real investigation performed by citizens could reveal the truth.

Either way – the US government can “legally” (though constitutionally criminally, that is why they are war criminals) kill with impunity, and secrecy. Given the NDAA, watch your back if you get in the way of the tyranny’s agenda. And if you do not get in the way of the tyranny’s agenda, you have some work to do. “

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