In the wake of allegations that Donald Trump’s election win and current administration are tied to Russia, six diplomats have died under very mysterious circumstances. This has alarmed many people because Vladimir Putin has a reputation for killing those he feels are a threat to his country’s security and his bid for world domination.
The streak of deaths began with Andrei Karlov, who was an ambassador. Karlov was killed by an off-duty police officer in Turkey. The crime was originally linked to ISIS but attention has since turned to Russia.
Peter Polshikov, who worked for the Russian Foreign Ministry, died after being shot in his apartment in Moscow.
United Nations Ambassador Vitaly Churkin died in New York after allegedly being poisoned.
Andrei Malanin died in Athens not long after Churkin.
Diplomat Sergei Krivov died of a heart attack at New York’s Russian consulate right after Trump won the election.
Oleg Erovinkin, former KGB agent and author of the damaging dossier on Trump, died in his car the day after Christmas.
The common link between all four of these deaths is a “brief illness.” Investigators are now looking more deeply into the situation since it seems a pattern has emerged that connects Trump and the Kremlin.
Sergey Kislyak, a Russian ambassador, has allegedly met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, which necessitated Sessions recusing himself from the collusion investigation of Trump. In addition, Jared Kushner, who is married to Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, snuck Kislyak into Trump Tower to talk secretly with General Michael Flynn.
It is currently feared that Kislyak may be next on the list to die.