Anonymous released a list of celebrities killed to hide a pedophile


Monday, June 01, 2020 23:17

Some of the celebrities who were murdered for hiding a pedophile ring, according to Anonymous

Anonymous he reappeared and left a lot of cimbronazos in social networks.

The group of cyber-activists gave known a number of famous names who were killed for hiding a pedophile ring world.

Among them figure the DJ Avicii, Paul Walker and some other name more famous has become a Trending Topic and all for the return of the network of Anonymous.

The hackers have returned to give signs of life after the death of George Floyd to charge against the police in Minneapolis, who are in the spotlight for the death of this man.

Anonymous has taken the law into their own hands and has revealed that both Avicii, Paul Walker, Chris Cornell, Chester Bennington, and even Lady Di did not die in accidents as it is known until today or took their own lives. According to this network, all of them were killed by having their hand valuable information and be knowledgeable of what was going on in the high political spheres, since many of them had attended parties of the elite of EE.UU, where Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump took out sexual abuse of children.

The network of hackers Anonymous also released a document called The little black book of Jeffrey Epstein where he notes that several celebrities from entertainment and politics were allegedly involved in the trafficking network of the magnate. Mick Jagger, Will Smith, Edward Kennedy, Naomi Campbell, Bernie Ecleston, Alec Baldwin, Ivanka and Ivana Trump, Charles Spencer (brother of Lady Di), Kevin Spacey, Chris Evans (BBC), the attorney of Michael Jackson and Prince Andrew are some of the most outstanding characters that appear along 91 pages. At the time, there is not involved that had been issued in respect of their appearance in the list. Although it seems that the case, Epstein still has much to reveal.

Will Smith and Mick Jagger, accused of being part of a pedophile ring


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