Journalist Who Uncovered Clinton Corruption: Dead

ABC15 reporter Christopher Sign made waves back in June of 2016 when he uncovered a secret meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton on the airport tarmac of Sky Harbor Airport of Phoenix. The disguised meeting lasted a half hour inside Lynch’s official government plane.

During that time, Hillary Clinton, Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State was under investigation by the FBI for exchanging classified, top secret information through a private email server. Mere days following the secret meeting between Lynch and Bill Clinton, the FBI announced that they were dropping Clinton’s case and that she wouldn’t face charges.

FBI Director James Comey said around that time that while Clinton was clearly “extremely careless” with how she handled “very sensitive, highly classified [intel],” that they did not find “clear evidence” of Clinton’s “[intent] to violate laws regarding. . . classified information.”

Comey continued by warning others that “in similar circumstances,” individuals would likely face severe consequences from the FBI, not the least of which include “security or administrative sanctions,” however, they decided without explanation that in Hillary’s case that they were going to let the matter slide.

Christopher Sign also wrote and published a book about the situation in January of 2020 titled Secret on the Tarmac, which further explored the situation and it’s crucial role in the power games of the 2020 election.

Now, a mere four years later, Sign has been found deceased under mysterious circumstances while living and working in Alabama.

The New York Post reported that Sign, 45 years old, was found deceased by Hoover, AL, police at around 8:13 a.m. on Saturday after receiving a phone call about “a person down” at his home in Scout Trace. The journalist’s death is being investigated at the time as a suicide.

In the eyes of many who pay attention to some things, “suicide” seems to be a common fate for people who uncover dirt on the Clintons.

Hoover Lt. Keith Czeskleba said that Chris was one of the newsroom’s most important leaders.

Friends and colleagues of Sign offered their condolences publicly. SIgn is survived by three children and his wife.