Surprise, surprise – another apparent “suicide” related to the Clinton family is being investigated by Law enforcement officials in Alabama.
Journalist Christopher Sign – who broke the bombshell story in 2016 that former President Bill Clinton secretly met with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on a Phoenix tarmac in the run up to the presidential election while his wife, then-candidate Hillary Clinton, was under federal criminal investigation – was found dead over the weekend.
“At 8:13 a.m. Saturday, the Hoover 911 center received a call of a person down at a residence on Scout Trace. Hoover police and fire personnel arrived to find the 45-year-old [Christopher] Sign dead,” AL.com reported. “Hoover police Lt. Keith Czeskleba said the death is being investigated as a suicide.”
Sign played football at the University of Alabama in college and would eventually make the move to a local ABC News station in Alabama in 2017 after working at a news station in Pheonix.
The New York Post reported:
“While there, Sign broke the major 2016 presidential campaign news that Bill Clinton met with Lynch on the tarmac of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport while the then-AG was investigating the use of a private e-mail server by Hillary Clinton, the former president’s wife and the Democratic presidential candidate at the time.
Sign went on to write a book about the encounter titled “Secret on the Tarmac.””
Sign said to Fox News last year that he “knew something had occurred that was a bit unusual” on the tarmac.
“It was a planned meeting,” Sign said. “It was not a coincidence.”
“[The book] details everything that they don’t want you to know and everything they think you forgot, but Bill Clinton was on that plane for 20 minutes and it wasn’t just about golf, grandkids, and Brexit. There’s so much that doesn’t add up,” he said.
“He then sat and waited in his car with the motorcade, her airstairs come down, most of her staff gets off, he then gets on as the Secret Service and FBI are figuring out ‘How in the world are we supposed to handle this? What are we supposed to do?’”
Sign said he received a number of death threats over his reporting – but noted that the story “isn’t about Right or Left, Republican or Democrat, it’s about right and wrong and journalism.”
“My family received significant death threats shortly after breaking this story,” he said. “Credit cards hacked. You know, my children, we have code words. We have secret code words that they know what to do.”
Sign’s Instagram account told the story of a devoted dad, with photos showing him spending quality time with his family as recently as last week according to the Post.
Jamie Hale, the network’s sports anchor, said, “I can’t believe we have an article with this title.”
“It doesn’t feel real. We were in the office together last night cutting up like we always do.”
“I don’t understand why,” Hale continued. “I can’t talk about you in the past tense. The grief today is unbearable.”
Eric Land, the vice president and general manager of ABC 33/40, issued a statement echoing the heartbreak.
“Our deepest sympathy is shared with Christopher’s loving family and close friends,” he said.
“We have lost a revered colleague who’s indelible imprint will serve forever as a hallmark of decency, honesty and journalist integrity,” Land added. “We can only hope to carry on his legacy. May his memory be for blessing.”
Author: Draco Warner
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