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Famous detective Jack Palladino gravely injured in robbery, on life support

Famous detective Jack Palladino gravely injured in robbery, on life support

Jack Palladino, a private investigator who was hired by former President Bill Clinton during his 1992 campaign to help discredit women claiming extramarital affairs with him, is reportedly on life support after he was robbed outside his house in San Francisco. He fell onto the pavement outside his home when the robber grabbed his new camera from around his neck. He is not expected to survive.

IvoryDove 3 months

Before he dies, hopefully he'll admit to killing Seth Rich for Hillary.

ConcealCarryProtect 3 months

World is short on good assasins. Never leave em unless they have no heartbeat. Cmon.

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 3 months

I wonder if he had been taking actions to leak some inconvenient information...

6Million$Mansplainer 3 months

Loose ends aren't good.

chris 3 months

It would be great if there was an actual journalist covering this guy.

Rocket 3 months

Another 'Arkancide' of a Clinton Crime Family insider that was probably questioned about Killary Clinton's callous disregard for the safety of US citizens abroad that were Killed in Benghazi under incompetence. Or this investigator could have been questioned about Killary Clinton's email server or any number of criminal acts routinely undertaken by the Clinton Crime Family.

wild card
wild card 3 months

We knew this would happen, they said "eliminate the top ones, and use a flu on the bottom ones"

bobby_5150 3 months

Wow. The Clintons are getting sloppy.

wild card
wild card 3 months

"New" camera? Sounds like a Narrative being Written. The clinton k!ll list doing it's thang

systematic fighter
systematic fighter 3 months

Like a robbery never happens??? No probably planned 🤣🤣🤣🤣

Bob 3 months

In San Francisco, the robber won't even be prosecuted because the attempted theft was under $1K and the injury to the victim will either be considered an accident or excused due to the thief's poverty.

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