The Journalist Who Broke The Story About The 2016 Tarmac Meeting Between Clinton And Lynch Found Dead In An Apparent Suicide

ABC 33/40 news anchor Christopher Sign passed away in his home over the weekend, according to his family, colleagues and Hoover police.

His body was discovered around 8 a.m. Saturday morning. He was 45-years-old.

Sign played football at the University of Alabama in the 1990′s under Head Coach Gene Stallings.

He began his career as a reporter at 33/40 in the late ’90s and early 2000′s and returned as an anchor in 2017.

But what thee mainstream media failed to report is the fact that Chris Sign wrote a book about breaking the tarmac story called Secret on the Tarmac.

“The plan was perfect. No cameras, no microphones, no prying eyes and plenty of security. The setting for a clandestine meeting could not have been better. Former President Bill Clinton exited Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private plane 20-minutes after he boarded. Both thought they got away with it. Both were wrong. Amid a heated Presidential race, federal investigations involving emails and Benghazi and society looking for clarity on the future of the country, the secret tarmac meeting would only complicate things. The secret meeting would have never been revealed if it weren’t for a veteran journalist and a trusted source,” the Amazon description of his book reads.

As the GP reported:

When the tarmac story came out, it made massive waves internationally as the secret meeting took place during the election — and just days before then-FBI Director James Comey announced the bureau would not recommend charges against Hillary Clinton.

 

Ian Miles Cheong was first to report that he died of an apparent suicide:

His death is being investigated as a suicide, according to police Lt. Keith Czeskleba.

Christopher Sign went on Fox recently about the death threats he received after breaking the Clinton tarmac story.

Video below:

Sign won several awards for his journalistic endeavors throughout the years.

In 2014, he got an Emmy Award for breaking news for his coverage of the shootings of two Phoenix police officers.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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