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Birds of a feather flock together, but how many people within a circle need to commit ‘suicide’ before foul play is considered?

No matter what anyone tells you, suicide is an extremely rare phenomenon, and so is murder. To put things in perspective, there were roughly 45,000 suicides in the U.S. in 2020.

The United States has an approximate population of 350,000,000. The suicide rate in America is .01%. The rates for homicide are roughly one-quarter of the suicide rate.

I am using this quick math to show that there is absolutely nothing normal about murder or suicide. If there is a subset of people that are experiencing multiple suicides, homicides, or anything related then it isn’t random—it isn’t a coincidence.

Friends, supporters, and allies of Dan Rapoport, an investment banker, and staunch Putin critic, are crying foul play after his untimely death at 52 years of age.

They claim that Rapoport may have died at the hands of Vladimir Putin and his agents…

While all of this is merely speculation, Rapoport’s former business partner, Sergei Tkachenko, reportedly committed suicide in 2017…

Rapoport’s wife also vehemently denies the idea that he would have killed himself.

Authorities claim that they have not uncovered any signs of foul play, but a properly orchestrated ‘suicide’ by a former KGB agent and his current retinue wouldn’t leave any signs, would it?

Isn’t that the whole point of training and operations like the one alleged?

Here’s what we currently know, feel free to chime in with any theories in the comments:

 

Politico offers this speculation:

“I think the circumstances of his death are extremely suspicious,” says Bill Browder, the formerly Moscow-based American financier who became a crusader for sanctions after the killing of his Russian lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky.

Browder got to know Rapoport in Moscow years ago, before they both fell out of favor with the Russian regime.

“Whenever someone who is in a negative view of the Putin regime dies suspiciously, one should rule out foul play, not rule it in.”

 

Western Journal adds:

Whatever the case may be, Rapaport didn’t go entirely quietly.

In addition to an alleged suicide note, just two days prior to his death, Rapoport posted an image of Marlon Brando as Col. Kurtz in the film “Apocalypse Now” with the cryptic caption, “The horror, the horror.”





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