Doctor Who Exposed Hillary Clinton Found Stabbed to Death, Police Rule Suicide
WikiLeaks email shows Dr Dean Lorich reached out to HRC before exposing Clinton Foundation
One of the United States' leading surgeons, who exposed misappropriation of funds by the Clinton Foundation in Haiti, has been found dead after being stabbed in the torso.
Dr. Dean Lorich was found on the bathroom floor of his New York apartment by his 11-year-old daughter with a knife still stuck in his chest at around 1 pm on Monday.
The 54-year-old Doctor's daughter alerted the doorman of the building, but Dr. Lorich had died before emergency services could reach him.
NYPD said that no suicide note was found and that the skilled Orthopedic Trauma surgeon had bled to death after "stabbing himself" in the chest, completely missing his heart.
In 2010, Lorich was part of a relief effort that flew to Haiti as a volunteer to offer his skills for civilians who had been injured during the earthquakes that devastated the region.
Within 24 hours of the earthquake, a 13-member team of surgeons, anesthesiologists, and operating room nurses was assembled, with a massive amount of orthopedic operating room equipment, and flew to Port-au-Prince with Dr. Lorich.
Bill and Hillary Clinton's "charitable" Clinton foundation led the relief effort in Haiti raising millions of dollars from around the world to help the people recover from the natural disaster.
Sadly, most of the funds never reached the people of Haiti, but instead, lined the pockets of the Clintons' associates who were meant to redevelop the nation, but never delivered.
Dr. Lorich and his team were there to help save the limbs of those injured, which without the proper medical treatment, would have meant amputation for a lot of people.
Lorich described amputation in those conditions as a "death sentence" and hoped to treat as many sufferers as possible, saying:
"We expected many amputations.
"But we thought we could save limbs that were salvageable, particularly those of children.
"We recognized that in an underdeveloped country, a limb amputation may be a death sentence.
"It does not have to be so."
With the amount of money that was being donated to Haiti for the victims, Lorich and his team expected to have full support when their plane touched down.
Instead, he described the situation as "shameful" and witnessed, first hand, a huge misappropriation of funds, with the people affected by the disaster receiving no help whatsoever.
Dr. Lorich was disgusted by what he saw and sent an email to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Cheif of Staff Cheryl D. Mills to report what he had seen.
The email was forwarded to Hillary Clinton which meant it then found it's way into WikiLeaks' possession and can be read here.
Unsatisfied with the lack of response from Clinton's people, despite the fact that they had clearly read his email, Lorich wrote an article for CNN that exposed what he found when he arrived in Haiti.
"We found scores of patients with pus dripping out of open extremity fractures and crush injuries," reported Lorich.
"Some wounds were already ridden with maggots.
"About a third of these victims were children.
"The entire hospital smelled of infected, rotting limbs and death.
"Later on, we would judge our surgical progress by the diminishment of the stench.
"As we got up and running and organized the patients for surgery, we told our contacts in the United States [the Clintons] what we needed."
Unfortunately, that help never arrived.
"We left feeling as if we abandoned these patients, the country, and its people, and we feel terrible," said Lorich, adding:
"Upon our departure, we witnessed pallets of Cheerios and dry goods sitting on the tarmac helping nobody.
"Yet our flight of critical medical equipment and personnel had been canceled.
"Our role back in New York is to expose the inadequacies of the system in the hopes of effecting change immediately."
Dr. Lorich's reports on Haiti shone a huge spotlight on the level of corruption that was taking place in Haiti while Bill and Hillary Clinton reaped the praise as the faces of the relief effort.
According to the New York Daily News upon hearing of Lorich's death from the doorman, one of his colleagues fell to her knees in prayer after hearing of the terrible news.
The woman was screaming while kneeling and crossing herself, saying:
"This is horrible, this is horrible. I don't believe this,"
Father of three girls, Lorich was the associate director of the Orthopedic Trauma Service at the Hospital for Special Surgery, as well as the Chief of the Orthopedic Trauma Service at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
He was also a professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, where Dr. Crespo was also found dead a few days ago in suspicious circumstances.
40-year-old Dr. Miguel Crespo was a medical researcher who died shortly after reporting a "breakthrough" discovery in the cure for cancer.
His body was found in the bathroom of the Weill Cornell Medical Center after he had been vomiting and "foaming at the mouth."
Police ruled Dr. Crespo's death as a suicide also.
Dr. Lorich was an extremely popular doctor and was famed for treating rock band U2 singer Bono following a cycling injury in Central Park.
One or Lorich patients, Matt Long, 51, who was run over by a bus, said in a statement after hearing of his death that he was shocked by the news, saying:
"He was a good doctor and a good man.
"He saved and helped so many people.
"He gave me back my life, and my family and I are all devastated,
"He came to my wedding.
"He was part of my life...This guy did so much for me.
"He sacrificed his whole life to help other people, and I happen to be one of them," Long said.
Police immediately ruled Lorich's death as a suicide saying he "most likely" had "personal stress," but let's just recap on what we know:
The skilled surgeon stabbed himself in the chest with a knife to "commit suicide."
He somehow missed his heart, lay down on his bathroom floor facing up, and bled to death.
Being home alone with only one of his children while his wife was playing tennis, the doctor killed himself by brutally stabbing himself in the torso, knowing that his 11-year-old daughter would be the person that discovered his lifeless body with a knife sticking out of it.
No suicide note has been found, nor has there been any reports that Dr. Lorich was suffering from depression or was dealing with any sort of trauma or personal addiction.
Sound suspicious? NYPD don't think so, apparently.