Anti-Trump Spy Found Dead In Moscow.

Former KGB chief Oleg Erovinkin, who earlier media reports suggested was a critical contributor to an anti-Trump fake news hit piece run by Buzzfeed News and then later repeated multiple times via the Mainstream Media, was found dead last month in the back of a car in Moscow.

News of Mr. Erovinkin’s death is just now being reported on.

Oleg Erovinkin, who served as a general in the KGB, was found dead on Boxing Day in the back of his black Lexus in Moscow 

Via The Telegraph :

Mystery death of ex-KGB chief linked to MI6 spy’s dossier on Donald Trump

“…Oleg Erovinkin, a former general in the KGB and its successor the FSB, was found dead in the back of his car in Moscow on Boxing Day in mysterious circumstances…The Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported Erovinkin’s body was “found in a black Lexus… [and] a large-scale investigation has been commenced in the area. Erovinkin’s body was sent to the FSB morgue.

No cause of death has been confirmed and the FSB continues to investigate. Media reports suggested his death was a result of foul play.”

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Some have suggested Erovinkin’s sudden and mysterious death is being used to deflect further investigation into those who originally ordered the creation of the anti-Trump fake news dossier. (It should be noted he died/was killed when Barack Obama was still President.) Speculation continues that said order came from Establishment figures from both the Democrat and Republican parties in the United States, as well as current and/or former higher ups in the CIA with aid from other globalist interests throughout Europe and the Middle East.

The anti-Trump dossier has been largely debunked, with media outlets like CNN having to defend itself from widespread outrage it so willingly promoted the unsupported claims against the then-President Elect Trump.

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