Deep State “Cleaning House?”

Ed.’s note: Keep watching the news. There will be more murders with execution style gunshots to the head then claimed as “suicide.” We are in the final death throws of the American empire as it collapses before our very eyes one death after another.


Source: New York Post

Former Arkansas lawmaker Linda Collins-Smith found shot dead in her home

By Lee Brown | June 5, 2019

Linda Collins-Smith

Former Arkansas state senator Linda Collins-Smith was found shot dead in her home, and authorities are treating her death as a homicide, according to reports.

The 57-year-old Republican former senator was found late Tuesday, up to two days after her neighbors in Pocahontas say they heard gunshots, according to KATV.

The body was wrapped in a blanket and had already decomposed, slowing down official identification, the Arkansas Times reported.

“I am shocked and in tears. That’s my friend, Linda has always been there for me! I’m speechless,” her former press secretary, Ken Yang, wrote on Twitter, confirming that “reports say it appears to be murder.”

The Arkansas GOP also tweeted about the “untimely death” of the politician who left the Senate after losing in this year’s midterms.

Please go to New York Post to read the entire article.


Source: Chron

Former Oklahoma state senator found dead in Norman home

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Photo: Bill Hefton, AP – FILE: In this Aug. 30, 2005 file photo, Oklahoma State Senators Jonathan Nichols, left, (R-Norman) and Cliff Branan R-Oklahoma City, visit in Oklahoma City, Ok. shortly after a special session. Norman police are investigating after former state Sen. Jonathan Nichols was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound inside his home. Police confirmed in a press release Thursday, June 6, 2019 the 53-year-old was found dead inside his west Norman home at about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a report of an individual with a gunshot wound.

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Norman police are investigating after former state Sen. Jonathan Nichols was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound inside his home.

Police confirmed in a press release Thursday they discovered the body of the 53-year-old inside his west Norman home after receiving a call Wednesday night of an individual with a gunshot wound.

Police say the case remains under investigation and that they are working with the medical examiner’s office to determine the exact cause and manner of his death.

Nichols is a former Republican state senator from Norman who served from 2000 to 2012. After that he took staff positions with the state House, Senate and the University of Oklahoma.

Please go to Chron to read the entire article.


Source: Washington Examiner

NYPD chief kills himself a month before retirement

by Zachary Halaschak | June 05, 2019

A high-ranking New York City Police Department officer died after a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Deputy Chief Steven Silks was found in an unmarked patrol car wearing civilian clothes Wednesday evening, just one month before he would turn 63 and face mandatory retirement. He had shot himself in the head, with the gun reportedly discovered beside him. He was rushed to the hospital but couldn’t be saved.

A fellow officer told the New York Daily News that Silks was deeply committed to the job. Silks reportedly submitted his mandatory retirement papers the day before.

Please go to Washington Examiner to read the entire article.


Source: 4 New York

Body Found in Area Where NYPD was Searching for Missing Homicide Detective

Jun 6, 2019 | Published 3 hours ago

A body has been removed from a truck that was driven on the beach and walked it over on a stretcher to an ambulance surrounded by a large group of saluting officers. NBC 4 New York’s Roseanne Colletti reports. (Published 3 hours ago)

A body has been found in the area where NYPD personnel were searching for a missing NYPD detective, according to multiple law enforcement sources.

The body was found in Plumb Beach Thursday afternoon, the sources said, after a sprawling law enforcement response was at the scene looking for Det. Joseph Calabrese. Officers could be seen combing through sand and thick brush during their search in Sheepshead Bay.

Law enforcement sources told NBC 4 Calabrese’s black Cadillac XTS had been found near the Belt Parkway in the same area earlier in the day. Before discovering his car, Calabrese’s license plate was captured on a reader on the Belt Parkway going east near the Verrazano Bridge around 2 a.m. after leaving the Maimonides Medical Center, where his wife was having a minor procedure done.

Please go to 4 New York to read the entire article.

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