US Surgeon, Who Exposed Clinton Foundation Corruption In Haiti, Found Dead

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
By Paul Martin

Baxter Dmitry
December 12, 2017

Dr. Dean Lorich, an orthopedic surgeon who volunteered in Haiti and exposed Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice on the island, has been found dead in New York. He was 54.

Dr. Lorich was found by his 11-year-old daughter on the bathroom floor of his tony Upper East Side apartment with a knife in his chest at around 1pm on Monday.

The knife missed the surgeon’s heart, leaving him to bleed out and be found by his daughter. Despite the fact police were called to the property regarding an “assault“, they instantly registered the death as “suicide” and closed the case.

One of the United States’ leading surgeons, Dr. Lorich was part of the relief effort sent by the U.S. to assist the relief effort led by the Clinton Foundation in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake. However Dr. Lorich was disgusted by the “shameful” Clinton Foundation operation, and voiced his concerns to Hillary Clinton directly.

Unsatisfied with her response, he went public, writing an article published by CNN, accusing the Clinton Foundation of widespread corruption and malpractice in Haiti that cost the lives of thousands of children.

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One Response to “US Surgeon, Who Exposed Clinton Foundation Corruption In Haiti, Found Dead”

  1. Curtis

    C’mon withe this shiite!!! From the information afforded you may only surmise this. A) The floor must have been wet and the man slipped on the wet floor. B) That he was most probably making a sandwich and was cutting a tomato WITH THE KNIFE when he slipped and fell. C) He immediately cleaned up the mess, washed the dished, ate the sandwich before he died. That would explain how there is no indication of him having the sandwich plate, tomato core, Mayo and other makings around when he was found.


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