BERNIE SANDERS SUPPORTER WHO SERVED DNC LEGAL PAPERS FOUND DEAD

Earlier this week, social media was abuzz with comments, accusations and questions about the sudden death of a Bernie Sanders supporter.  His name is Shawn Lucas, and he is the man who served the DNC with legal papers.

As shown in the video below, last month Lucas served the Democratic National Committee (DNC) with a lawsuit claiming the DNC had committed fraud in favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders during the Democratic primary process.

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Lucas died suddenly, and because he is a young man, people are concerned that his death could been connected to his role as the process server for the DNC lawsuit. Lucas was named in a motion filed on July 22, 2016 by the DNC, seeking to dismiss the suit on partial grounds of improper service.

An unconfirmed report states that Lucas was found lying on the bathroom floor by his girlfriend when she returned home on the evening of 2 August 2016. Paramedics responding to her 911 call found no signs of life.

Lucas’s death is the latest in a string of mysterious and sudden deaths connected to the Democratic Party.  A few weeks ago, a young DNC employee was murdered in Washington DC.   His killer remains at large and no motive has been discovered.  Full details of the story are available here.   Another death in question is that of former U.N. official John Ashe, who two months ago was set to testify against a Clinton donor but never made it due to “his sudden passing.

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