Sanders Activist Found Dead After Serving Papers to DNC

And that’s not the only mysterious death as of late.

It was the day before the 4th of July when Bernie Sanders supporter and activist Shawn Lucas served papers to Debbie Wasserman Schultz et al at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C. Almost a month later to the day, Lucas was found dead on his bathroom floor.

The video above shows the moment Lucas and filmmaker Ricardo Villaba walk into the DNC and initiate a fraud class action suit against the party on behalf of Sanders supporters, celebrating a sort of Independence Day moment of their own, according to Gateway Pundit.

As is noted in the report, the lawsuit was begun before the Wikileaks release of hacked internal DNC e-mails that proved Sanders’ campaign was sabotaged by the party.

By all accounts, Lucas’s death is a mystery and not many details have been released: no cause of death and an unconfirmed report that it was his girlfriend that found him lying on the bathroom floor on the evening of August 2. 

Strangely, that’s not the only recent death shrouded in mystery in relation to the Democratic Party. As the Pundit notes, DNC staffer Seth Conrad Rich, 27, was shot (in the back four times) and killed on July 8 in D.C. Police believed it could be related to other robberies in the area. Yet, whoever killed him left his wallet, watch and phone, taking nothing of value. It is believed by some that he would be a key witness in an ongoing court case regarding Clinton voter fraud.

Less than a month before Rich’s death, also noted on GP, former UN official John Ashe “accidentally" crushed his own throat and died a week before he was scheduled to testify against the Clintons and Democrat Party.”

It is strange, indeed, that so many mysterious deaths surround the Clintons.

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