Victor Thorn

I am shocked and saddened to read that writer and researcher Victor Thorn was recently found dead.

Prolific author, AMERICAN FREE PRESS writer and seasoned Clinton researcher Victor Thorn was found at the top of a mountain near his home, the apparent victim of a gunshot wound. Family and some close friends contend Thorn took his own life on his birthday, August 1. Thorn would have been 54.

Thorn recently had some startling success with his research and writing. At the end of 2015, coauthors Roger Stone and Robert Morrow dedicated their book The Clintons’ War on Women to Victor

(Roger Stone, of course had been one of Trump’s key advisors and remains close to Trump.)

Victor’s family and friends are generally satisfied it was a suicide, but it’s difficult not to see it amidst his critical work about the Clintons.

Victor Thorn’s work was some of the first I came into contact with in my own journey to the truth which began roughly ten years ago.

He was a serious and dedicated author and researcher and was unafraid to delve into extremely controversial areas that a lot of other authors at the time wouldn’t touch.

An eerie aspect for me, it was a couple of days ago I thinking of Victor Thorn.

Throughout the election campaign, I kept thinking ‘there’s a lot more to Hillary than just Benghazi and email servers’, and this image of Victor’s Clinton books flashed through my mind (which I’d probably only seen the covers of once, but which are very distinctive) , and I made a note to myself I’d like to read them.

In just over a year three people have died associated with American Free Press, all important and influential figures in different ways: Michael Collins Piper, AFP’s proprietor Willis Carto and now Victor Thorn. It’s an extraordinary loss. Committed, extremely talented people who have done so much good, taken so much shit – for issues of our cause, have left this world.

Yet some people entering the movement today may not even know who they are.

I think that should change, people should know who they are. I intend to do something about that here in the future.

RIP Victor.

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