A Whistleblower working with the FBI to Investigate Deutsche Bank and Trump Found Dead at California High School
Is this another situation of speaking the truth gets you killed?
The things we aren’t speaking about are the things we should be speaking about. How about this one: A whistleblower investigating the ties between Deutsche Bank and Donald Trump has been found dead in California. The whistleblower in mention is Valentin Broeksmit who was found on the Woodrow Wilson High School campus on Monday.
Previous to his body being found, Broeksmit was reported missing last year with claims he was last seen on April 6 at Griffith Park on Riverside Drive in a red Mini Cooper. The strange part is as he was reported missing, his Twitter was still very much active
"He supplied me and other journalists with Deutsche Bank documents that highlighted the bank's deep Russia connections. It is very sad. I don't suspect foul play. Val struggled with drugs on and off. In truth, I hadn't talked to Val since January and before that many more months. I wish I had."
Journalist Scott Stedman wrote as he confirmed Broeksmit’s death
Just 3 years ago, Broeksmit handed over hundreds of documents to the FBI as they were investigating former President Donald Trump’s ties to Deutsche Bank all in the pool of illegal activities by the bank. The documents were provided to Broeksmit via his late father Bill who was a senior exec. at the bank.
Many point to Broeksmit’s past of drug abuse as the reason he is now dead. Some also point out that he had high aspirations of becoming a famous whistleblower with his face on the whistleblower Mount Rushmore joining names such as Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, and Chelsea Manning.
"I am more emotionally invested in this than anyone in the world. I would love to be their special informer."
Broeksmit stated while detailing why he handed over the documents
The Los Angeles Police Department has yet to give any comment on the finding of the dead body but this may end up being another Epstein situation, just a little less covered…