As the country continues to mull over whether or not President Trump is a racist for allegedly describing Haiti as a dung heap, another couple connected to the Clinton Foundation’s philanthropic work in Haiti has been found dead under mysterious circumstances.
Much like Peter Smith suddenly was found dead in a hotel room with a note reading “NO FOUL PLAY” 10 days after telling the Wall Street Journal he was close to tracking down Hillary Clinton’s infamous missing emails. This case reeks of foul play.
Those into conspiracies find it very interesting that this news is all of a sudden being pushed away by the mainstream media. Some have suggested the Clinton family and their “foundation” are largely responsible for the majority of the destruction still seen in Haiti today resulting from the 2010 earthquake. Reportedly, only 5.7% of the funds donated ever made their way to the hands of the Haitian people! If the roles were reversed, liberals would certainly be screaming ‘racist’ over that!
Barry and Honey Sherman were also one of the billionaire couples who donated to the Clinton Foundation to help after the earthquake.
A billionaire pharmaceutical executive who funded major philanthropic aid to underdeveloped countries was found dead along with his wife.
Apparently, the legacy of alleged Clinton hit man Larry Nichols lives on. Nichols served as a political confidant and adviser to Governor Bill Clinton for more than ten years. The man also confesses to having killed a lot of people for the Clintons. Check out Nichols’ confession HERE.
Barry and Honey Sherman were close allies of the Clinton Foundation UNTIL they were both mysteriously found dead by strangulation.
Canadian officials announced on Friday that the billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered in their home in December.
For the past month officials called their deaths a murder-suicide
The couple was found strangled in their Toronto home.
Foreign press and private investigators are reporting the initial assessment released by police contain many errors or is just flat out wrong on its face.
Haaretz is reporting it was a professional contract killing,
The New York Post reports this shocking bombshell report.
The billionaire husband and wife found hanging side-by-side in their posh Toronto home last month were both murdered, according to a bombshell report citing a team of private investigators on Saturday.
Multiple killers played a role in the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman — contrary to the widely-circulated murder-suicide theory initially leaked by law enforcement, sources told CBC News, citing a parallel probe by a team of investigators hired by the couple’s family.
A real estate agent who was selling the $5.4 million home had discovered pharmaceutical mogul Barry, 75, and Honey, 70, dead on Dec. 15.
Barry and Honey Sherman were connected to the Clinton family.
Barry Sherman founded Apotex pharmaceutical company.
Apotex supplied generic drugs to Clinton foundation in Haiti and Rwanda.
Apotex also donated medicines and supplies to Clinton Foundation Puerto Rican relief efforts in 2017.
We all know what really happened to the money and supplies donated via the Clinton Foundation to Haiti and other disaster zones.
Only 5.7% of the funds donated to the Clinton Foundation to help Haiti actually made it into Haitian hands for rebuilding the country.
There is currently no evidence to suggest Barry and Honey Sherman were aware of any corruption, or that they were debating going public with more of the sordid details involving this “non-profit” money laundering organization. But what we do know, is that the money never arrived and that any whistleblower or Haitian government official who previously tried to speak out about this has wound-up dead.
What are the odds a 75-year-old billionaire would decide to personally strangle his 70-year-old wife before choking himself to death?
If you think that makes sense then you probably voted for the She-witch her self in the 2016 presidential election and don’t Haiti is a “
There are corrupt powers out there and we’d be best not to ignore the power they hold over us.
The family of slain Canadian billionaire Barry Sherman wants answers regarding the ‘murder-suicide’ of Sherman and his wife Honey and is offering a reward of C$10 million ($7.6 million) for information in their deaths. The family alleges that police have mishandled the investigation from the beginning.
“Regrettably it has become clear to them that despite the active pursuit of search warrants and exploring other investigative avenues, police resources have neither been properly managed nor effectively utilized,” Greenspan said Friday at a media conference in Toronto. The police pushed back against that narrative in their own briefing Friday.
The announcement comes after Sherman, founder of closely held generic-drug maker Apotex Inc., and his wife were found dead in their Toronto mansion on Dec. 15, hanging by belts near the basement pool. Barry Sherman, 75, was one of Canada’s richest men and the couple were well-known philanthropists in the city, donating to hospitals, the University of Toronto and other causes.
From the start, their deaths provoked controversy. Toronto police initially said they were “suspicious,” but there were no signs of forced entry and they weren’t looking for any suspects. In the days following the discovery of the bodies, some media outlets reported the deaths were being treated by police as a potential murder-suicide, committed by Barry Sherman.
The reports sparked outrage from the couple’s four adult children, who issued a statement saying their parents’ characters were “totally inconsistent with the rumors regrettably circulated in the media,” and urging police to do a thorough investigation.
The Sherman family hired Greenspan, a Toronto criminal defense lawyer who had previously represented the likes of Justin Bieber and Naomi Campbell, to advocate for the family. Greenspan assembled a team of retired police detectives to conduct a separate investigation and began pushing back publicly against the idea that Sherman was responsible for the deaths.
The Shermans also hired a pathologist to conduct second autopsies of the bodies. Among the more striking discoveries, according to a person familiar with the private investigation team’s work, were narrow markings on both victims’ wrists. This evidence pointed to their hands being tied at some point even though there were no bindings found at the scene. Barry’s legs were also crossed in front of his body in a position likely too orderly for a suicide.
‘IN FACT TARGETED’
The private investigators briefed the police on their conclusion that a murder-suicide could not be correct, the person said. On Jan. 26, more than a month after the bodies were found, homicide detective Susan Gomes told reporters that the Shermans “were in fact targeted” and declared the deaths homicides. Gomes pointed to “six weeks of evidence and its review” as the reason behind the conclusion, refusing to elaborate further.
On Friday, Greenspan said the police had erred in several aspects of the investigation including not assessing and securing the crime scene properly as well as failing to notice initially that the bodies were staged. They also missed at least 25 fingerprints and palm impressions that private investigators later found, according to Greenspan.
A panel will be set up to assess eligibility for the rewards.
“There are circumstances where rewards have worked and we believe it may work well here,” he said.