Two Journalists DEAD at Qatar’s World Cup in 48 Hours

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Serious questions have arisen surrounding the mysterious and sudden deaths of two journalists at the World Cup (Soccer’s World Champion games) in Qatar.

The first was American Grant Wahl, who had been a vocal critic of Qatar’s human rights abuses and revealed he received multiple death threats after wearing a pride shirt in support of his brother who is gay.

Wahl’s brother has said he believes the Qatari government may have been involved in assassinating Grant, saying he was a healthy man except in the days after he started receiving death threats. After which Wahl became striken with some kind of bronchitis type illness.

 

The second strange death was a Qatari photojournalist, Khalid al Misslam, who died within a few days of Wahl, but the circumstances of his death remain ‘unknown’ with the government being rather secretive about what happened to him.

The mystery of these suddenly dead journalists raises the question – was the Qatari government involved in trying to silence these two men, and if that’s true, will Joe Biden do anything about an American journalist having been murdered?

While it’s still too soon to know exactly what happened to the two men, Wahl’s body is on its way back to America where a proper autopsy will determine what really happened to the journalist.

To hear more details about these strange deaths and make a determination about what may have actually been the cause, watch the video here.


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