Another Death: ‘Hero’ Journalist Who Exposed CIA Dies of “Heart Attack” at 56

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Is it possible that government intelligence services such as the CIA actively employ journalists to plant stories or otherwise manipulate the news to achieve their ends? One man has lost his life trying to find out if this is true.

On January 13, 2017, the German journalist who went public with explosive claims about how the CIA manipulates and controls much of Western media died of a heart attack. This is what Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of one of Germany’s main daily publications, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, wrote in a 2014 post:

“I was bribed by billionaires, I was bribed by the Americans to report…not exactly the truth.”

 

 

The media outlets that reported about Mr. Ulfkotte’s death went out of their way to make him look as bad as possible. According to reports, he had a history of heart attacks before dying from one at the age of 56.

While this is possible, the fact that someone as young as 56 died from a heart attack is concerning. Perhaps if medical records had been released detailing these “several previous heart attacks” there might be less reason to doubt the official story.

It’s possible that someone was involved in his death, since he revealed so much incriminating information on both the media and the CIA. Taking out someone who revealed so much would be to their advantage.

The mainstream outlet ‘Associated Press’ sharply criticized the DOJ’s announcement about full legalization of the notorious media manipulation program, known as Operation Mockingbird. AP Vice President Paul Colford said in a statement:

“The Associated Press is deeply disappointed by the Inspector General’s findings, which effectively condone the FBI’s impersonation of an AP journalist in 2007. Such action compromises the ability of a free press to gather the news safely and effectively and raises serious constitutional concerns.”

 

 

 

 

 

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