PARTY OF ASSASSINATION: Man Found Dead After Serving DNC With Lawsuit In Viral Video

A mysterious death recent occurred which is coincidently tied to the Democratic National Convention Wikileaks scandals. This comes right after the murder on July 8th of a 27-year-old staffer of the DNC whose name was Seth Conrad Rich. UN official John Ashe was also murdered after he was scheduled to testify against both the DNC and Hillary Clinton. Clearly they were all connected to Clinton and the DNC.

Lucas was a public supporter of Bernie Sanders which meant he was a threat to Clinton as he likely would have spoken the truth about the DNC’s bias against Sanders. He was also the one who served the DNC with papers which went viral in a video posted online in July. He was involved in the class action suit against Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Democratic National Committee.

Snopes reported that John Lewis was unfortunately found dead on the night of August 4th. They wrote,

“We contacted Lucas’ employer on 4 August 2016 to ask whether there was any truth to the rumor. According to an individual with whom we spoke at that company, Shawn Lucas died on 2 August 2016. The audibly and understandably shaken employee stated that interest in the circumstances of Lucas’ death had prompted a number of phone calls and other queries, but the company had not yet ascertained any details about Lucas’ cause of death and were unable to confirm anything more than the fact he had passed away.

An unconfirmed report holds that Lucas was found lying on the bathroom floor by his girlfriend when she returned home on the evening of 2 August 2016. Paramedics responding to her 911 call found no signs of life.”

One person posted to social media about one of their deaths,


The corruption and crookedness of the Democratic National Committee is the most hypocritical of its kind and truly has no bounds.

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