Police Commissioner likely ‘taken out’ upon discovery of evidence not fitting to establishment narrative, some speculate
By Shepard Ambellas
PARIS (INTELLIHUB) — Shockingly Police Commissioner Helric Fredou, 45, reportedly killed himself with his own gun while preparing a report just after meeting with a family member of a victim who was shot during the recent attack which took place at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Although reports claim that Helric Fredou suffered from “depression” and “burn out” some, like myself, remain skeptical that Fredou was ‘suicided’, murdered, by a third-party in an attempt to quell information he gained after speaking with key individuals during his investigation.
According to reports, everyone surrounding the Fredou was “shocked”.
According to reports, the fatal blast took place in Fredou’s office during the early hours of the morning for “unknown” reasons.
“Even more bizarrely, an almost identical event took place just over one year earlier, November 2013 in Limoges, when the number 3 ranked SRPJ officer had killed himself in similar circumstances, with his weapon in the police hotel.”, reports 21st Century Wire.
Others on YouTube suspect that Fredou was ‘taken out’.
Charlie Hebdo Attack Investigator Commits Suicide: Reports — Sputnik
Another Mossad victim? Police Chief Helric Fredou, investigating Charlie Hebdo Commits Suicide or Murder Case? — MedhajNews.com
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