A police commissioner investigating the Charlie Hebdo attack reportedly committed suicide, fueling suspicion that some form of a cover-up is underway.
Helric Fredou, 45, was found dead in his office Thursday after allegedly killing himself with his service weapon while writing a report on the terror attack, and his death was largely ignored by the mainstream media.
“According to the police union, [the] commissioner was depressed and experiencing burnout,” India’s Medhaj News reported, and a separate French report said a coroner ruled it a suicide the very next day.
But was it a suicide, or did he know too much? And what was in his report?
The Charlie Hedbo attack has already raised questions about the government’s involvement, especially after it was revealed the suspects were linked to a FBI asset, Anwar al-Awlaki, who was a key player in nearly every terror plot targeting the West, including 9/11, and had even dined at the Pentagon afterwards.
“I was sent, me, Cherif Kouachi, by al-Qaeda of Yemen. I went over there and it was Anwar al-Awlaki who financed me,” one of the suspects told a television station prior to his death, and the other suspect also met al-Awlaki in Yemen back in 2011, according to Yemini intelligence.
Al-Awlaki had also met the Ft. Hood shooter, the underwear bomber and the alleged 9/11 hijackers, and considering his ties to the FBI, he was likely recruiting patsies for terror attacks in the West.
“Do not expect the corporate media, however, to focus on the suspicious relationships of the Kouachi brothers,” Kurt Nimmo wrote, and the media won’t focus on the police commissioner’s death either.