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As Uranium One Investigation Expands Another Associate Commits ‘Suicide’

www.msmisdoa.com | Houston attorney and one of the countries leading Democratic donors, Steve Mostyn, committed suicide via a gunshot to the head at his home in Houston.  The Mostyn's were reportedly the top Democractic donors in Texas according to Craig McDonald, executive director of Texans for Public Justice.  Mr. Mostyn was only 46 years old, married to his wife Amber.  They had one daughter and Steve had a son from a previous marriage.

Campaign finance records show that Mostyn had donated more than $24 million to political causes in his name and in the name of his law firm. It's the Mostyn's reputation as a major Hillary fundraiser that raises the concern that Mostyn may have feared being swept up in the Uranium One  investigation.

Apparently, Steve had begun distancing himself from political fundraising and therein lies the speculation that he may have been trying to prevent himself from being indicted for his activities.

Last modified onSunday, 19 November 2017 17:42
Francisco d'Anconia

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