There’s a trail of prominent Russians who have died during the course of the Trump-Russia investigation and, of course, they all had direct links to the scandal. Most of the victims have been Russian nationals or Ukrainian nationals, so naturally they weren’t properly investigated. Don’t worry though. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now investigating at least one of their deaths.
Christopher Steele, former M16 agent and author of the Trump-Russia dossier, released a new dossier through the New Yorker where it’s being reported:
In Russia, there were rumors of a more primitive kind of justice taking place. During Glenn Simpson’s testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, his lawyer asserted that “somebody’s already been killed as a result of the publication of this dossier.” Who that could be has been the subject of much media speculation. One possibility that has been mentioned is Oleg Erovinkin, a former F.S.B. officer and top aide to Igor Sechin, the Rosneft president. On December 26, 2016, Erovinkin was found dead in his car. No official cause of death has been cited. No evidence has emerged that Erovinkin was a Steele source[…]
Deep in the report it is confirmed that Mueller is investigating the death of at least one person, saying, “…in fact Special Counsel Mueller is believed to be investigating a different death that is possibly related to the dossier. (A representative for Mueller declined to answer questions for this article.)”
While the victim is not identified, this is a big deal. Special Counsel Robert Mueller would not be investigating this if it wasn’t directly related to the Trump-Russia scandal.
The conspiracy between Trump and the Kremlin reaches further than initially suspected. This is bigger than the Nixon scandal on several levels. The Trump scandal is the biggest scandal in political history. Mueller clearly has his hands full.
If Mueller finds even a tiny bit of evidence of the mysterious deaths being connected to the Trump-Russia scandal, which he already has if he’s investigating it, it’s possible he could indict Putin, or even Trump. These would be unprecedented moves, but at this point no one should be surprised by anything.