Berto Jongman: Suspicious Deaths of Top US Journalists and the Destruction of Brian Williams UPDATE 1

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Top US Newsman Brian Williams “Destroyed”, 3 Others Killed Over Obama 9/11 Fears


… not only has Williams and his reputation been “destroyed”, this past week three of his most important colleagues, former NBC international reporter Ned Colt, top CBS News correspondent Bob Simon, and top New York Times reporter David Carr, were also killed. Bob Simon, 73, this report states quoting US propaganda mainstream media sources, was killed Wednesday in New York City in a car crash, and on Thursday Ned Colt, 58, was said to have perished by a massive stroke followed within hours by David Carr, 58, collapsing and dying in his New York Times newsroom office. Important to note about the deaths of these award winning journalists, and the “reputation destruction” of Williams, SVR experts in this report note, was that the four of them had formed an independent video news company last month and filed the necessary security documents that would allow them access to the Kremlin’s most secret archive of evidence relating to the 11 September 2001 attacks.

Even worse, SVR experts in this report state, with the media elites in the US now cowering in fear, the Obama regime has now turned its sights upon the alternative news media and is threatening to outlaw all websites that disagree with them, and has also shockingly backed a legislative proposal from The National Fraternal Order of Police to classify any criticism by the American people against the police as a “hate crime.

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See Also:

Desperate Obama Is Killing the Messengers of Revelations


Bob Simon: There are not always two sides to every story

David Carr, Times Critic and Champion of Media, Dies at 58

Ned Colt: Former Regional Media Manager


Autopsy shows David Carr, media columnist for New York Times, died of lung cancer

Bob Simon’s Death Ruled An Accident

No Autopsy Results for Ned Colt as of 14 Feb 2015

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