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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Dead Woman Found in Huma Abedin’s Dumpster

BREAKING: Dead Woman Found In Huma Abedin’s Dumpster at New York Building

July 11, 2018

Source: The Gateway Pundit | By Jacob Wohl



A dead woman has been found in the dumpster at the the apartment of Hillary Clinton’s right-hand woman Huma Abedin. The body was found by one of the Manhattan apartment building’s maintenance workers inside the trash compactor and reported to police, according to The Daily Mail.

YourNewsWire Reports:

The unidentified female was discovered inside the trash compactor of the Manhattan apartment complex that Huma Abedin and convicted pedophile Anthony Weiner have used as a base for the last 16 years.

Police had been called to the block at 1 Irving Place in Union Square, after a maintenance worker found the body.

Police have withheld the identity of the woman, believed to be in her forties, until they notify her family. They do not yet know how she ended up in the trash compactor, or why, and they are refusing to rule out high-profile arrests

NBC reports her purse, full of cash, was found nearby, however according to the Daily Mail, neighbors told police they assumed their visit was related to Anthony Weiner’s conviction.

Security footage also shows the woman walking into Abedin and Weiner’s apartment building shortly before she was found inside the trash compactor, PIX11 reported.

Police have not stated whether they have persons of interest in the case.

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