A prominent billionaire couple was murdered under mysterious in their Toronto mansion last month. The bodies of Honey and Barry Sherman were first discovered Dec. 15 in the lowest level of their $7 million home, allegedly by a real estate agent who was preparing the mansion for an open house.
And according to a bombshell report citing a team of private investigators on Saturday, multiple killers played a role in the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman — contrary to the widely-circulated murder-suicide theory initially leaked by law enforcement.
The private investigators have found evidence that both Barry and Honey Sherman had their necks wrapped with leather belts that were then knotted around a handrail that runs adjacent to the pool, the source told CBC Toronto. A coroner previously ruled that the couple had died from “ligature neck compression,” or strangulation
But, the intriguing part is that Sherman couple is linked to Clinton Foundation. Barry Sherman founded Apotex pharmaceutical company, and Apotex was involved in the supply of generic pharmaceuticals under contracts with the Clinton Foundation most recently in Haiti and Rwanda.
Apotex also donated medicines and supplies to Clinton Foundation Puerto Rican relief efforts in 2017.
Rule 1: No deed goes unpunished when a Clinton is involved. It is good thing Hillary didn’t win the election!!
All I can say is that I am glad I’m not associated with the Clintons!! Whenever they are involved, evidence and people disappear.
Anybody else glad they do not have anything to do with that foundation?
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