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MYSTERY: NYPD Curse of The Insurance File...

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Q1376 What NYPD detectives were [187] mid 2017? Officer Familia [1] Godspeed, Patriot. We will never forget.

Vickie Dembinski on Facebook wrote: 9 NYPD officers did Wiener's raid; they witnessed and viewed the video that was labeled "insurance." One officer threw up right there. Out of the 9 in the last few weeks 7 have died mysteriously. Working just like the mafia. (it included Hillary, Huma and a young girl and sicker than any horror movie) \ Although I didn’t find 7 suicides, I was able to determine at least five NYPD suicides have taken place this year with at least 4 in the month of June. ...and Q did remind us of two NYPD officers 187’d in 2017. This WOULD be a total of seven deaths.

This article found on raises an eye-opening concern. In January 2018, NYPD Officer Nick Budney fatally shot himself outside a crowded restaurant. Budney's death is one in a troubling epidemic of cop suicides. On January 7th, 2018, the family — Shannon, Chris, parents Doug and Margaret, sister Heather and her two kids — got together for Budney’s 36th birthday. Budney was happy, smiling, having a blast. He’d just bought a massive camper van, and he spent the evening telling his family and friends about it. That was the last night his brother Chris saw him alive.

Budney’s death, to this day, is baffling to his family and friends. Budney loved his job. He loved his family. He didn't exhibit any of the traditional signs of depression, including anger, sadness, or a loss of interest in favorite activities. Chris said that his brother's friends on the force told him that, of everyone in the 47th, Nick would have been one of the last ones they'd think would die of suicide. [1]

It didn’t stop with Nick’s death. Even mainstream news is reporting more deaths of NYPD officers to suicide. The following suicides are reported on

At 3:50 p.m. Friday afternoon, a 29-year-old New York City police officer Michael Caddy shot and killed himself outside the Staten Island Police precinct where he worked.

It marked the latest in a troubling trend: multiple suicides of New York Police Department officers. The deaths in New York are part of a national problem. Last year, for the third straight year, cops who died by suicide outnumbered line-of-duty deaths.

However, the press is claiming these deaths are part of an ongoing health crisis. Here Commissioner O’Neill attempts to lay claim of these suicides as a mental health crisis. He writes:

This is a mental-health crisis. And the NYPD & the law enforcement profession as a whole absolutely must take action. We must take care of each other; we must address this issue — now. Please take my statement below to heart & help yourself, your loved ones, & your colleagues.

Then, he leaves a note explaining there is no shame in coming forward if you are feeling mental fatigue and such. Additionally, O’Neill leaves emergency contact information for those in duress.

The third suicide is Steven Silks, a 62-year-old deputy police chief who shot and killed himself in a car on June 5. Silks as a 38-year veteran of the department, parked his car on a quiet street just hours after his retirement was announced. He shot himself near where his retirement ceremony would have taken place. His death rattled many in the department.

The day after Silks' death, June 6, a fourth suicide takes place. Detective Joseph Calabrese, 58, a member of the force for 37 years, went missing. His car was found off Belt Parkway in Brooklyn. After a widespread search, he was found dead in nearby bushes at Plumb Beach with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. This tweet from Chief Terence A. Monahan reads: "Det. Joseph Calabrese kept New Yorkers safe for nearly four decades," Police Chief Terance Monahan tweeted after his burial Wednesday. "Loved by his fellow cops, the loss of Joe is difficult for every member of the NYPD. As he’s laid to rest, our prayers are with his family. Joe’s death has ignited a conversation we must all continue. #StopSuicide" [2]

Ofc. Kevin Preiss, a 24-year veteran assigned to the 50th Precinct in the Bronx who has a wife and several children, shot himself at his home on Long Island. This is the fifth death in a string of NYPD suicides. This most recent officer's death follows the June 5 suicide of Deputy Chief Steven Silks, the June 6 death of Det. Joseph Calabrese and the June 14 death of 29-year-old officer Michael Caddy at the 121st Precinct in Staten Island. These are four suicides in one month, and these do not count the January suicide of Nicholas Budney. [3]


Sex crimes with children, child exploitation, money laundering, perjury, and pay to play, reads the partial list of crimes that, claim New York City Police Department sources, could “put Hillary and her crew away for life.”

Shocking evidence of such criminality found on the ex-congressman Anthony Weiner’s laptop computer was seized from him by NYC officials. Moreover, Hillary Clinton’s “crew” supposedly includes not just the close aide and confidante Huma Abedin and her husband, Weiner, but other aides and insiders — and even members of Congress. [4]

A very trusted source Liz Crokin says, NYPD officers have threatened to release these Clinton files on their own if FBI doesn’t do the right thing, if the good people in the Justice Department don’t do the right thing. As we are coming closer to the report being unredacted, we are noticing unusual NYPD deaths. [5] Is this Clinton file the reason why? I personally think so! I don’t believe for a second these officers committed suicide. Please, in the meantime, keep their families in your prayers, and pray for the safety and protection of any other officers who have witnessed these files first-hand.

Q1371 Find the [2] NYPD detectives [187] mid 2017. Did they view the insurance file? Threats are real. This is not a game. Q

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Video Sources:

NEW--FBI Didn't Look at Clinton/Abedin Emails Found on Anthony Weiner's Laptop

Judicial Watch Published on Oct 17, 2018

NYPD tells officers it`s ok to get help after two suicides

PIX11 News Published on Jun 6, 2019

#hillary #hillaryclinton #qanondecodes #qanon #WeepingAngelII #police #corruption #currentevents

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