Seeing the people in the calendar of the dead billionaire pedophile reminded me of a story of a guy who broke into a university that the pedophile supported with a lot of money and where one of his best friends worked.

The best friend who is willing to support him and cover for him to this day.

Anyway, the guy who broke into the university, didn’t really break in.

He walked in with a pass he had.

He got arrested for doing things with the pass he was not supposed to do.

Now, it should not have been a big deal, but two of his co-workers decided to throw him under the bus so they could make tens of millions of dollars more than they would have if he was alive.

They knew he had problems with depression and anxiety.

One of his co-workers is married to an A lister.

The co-worker not married to an A lister leaked to some federal government law enforcement types that the guy arrested had been facilitating the leaking of government secrets and was helping the foreign born accused rapist/journalist/secret leaker who is seemingly under some type of permanent arrest without actually being charged with anything.

So, the government really goes after the arrested guy hard.

They don’t have any proof of anything and his other crime was minor and should have been a slap on the wrist.

They started harassing him and got wiretaps and they drove him mad.

He wouldn’t break and the other two co-workers got impatient.

The next thing you know there was a doorknob suicide.

I’m not saying or implying the co-workers killed him or had anything to do with his death.

I just always find doorknob suicides very puzzling, especially when there is a huge benefit to others after the death.

Jeffrey Epstein

Aaron Swartz

M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Noam Chomsky
Jeffrey Epstein paid $150,000 to Bard College president Leon Botstein and moved $270,000 for linguistics professor Noam Chomsky, the Wall Street Journal reported, shedding further light on the relationship between the late, disgraced financier and major academics, who met with him multiple times after he was a registered sex offender.

Alexis Ohanian (married to: Serena Williams)
He is best known as the co-founder and former executive chairman of the social media site Reddit along with Steve Huffman and Aaron Swartz

Steve Huffman
Steve Huffman, also known by his Reddit username spez, is an American web developer and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CEO of Reddit, a social news and discussion website, which ranks in the top 20 websites in the world.

Under some type of permanent arrest without actually being charged with anything: Julian Assange

Aaron Swartz, an early pioneer of Creative Commons and a key contributor to the Internet Archive’s Open Library, played a significant role in creating a free book database and digital library accessible to the public. He also founded Infogami, a software company that later merged with Reddit, making him a co-owner of the online news site.

Beyond his tech prowess, Swartz was a passionate political activist who strongly advocated for a free and open internet. However, when he attempted to “liberate” data from an academic website, US authorities responded harshly. Faced with the possibility of a substantial fine and up to 35 years in jail, the immense pressure and legal troubles took a heavy toll on him. Tragically, Aaron Swartz chose to take his own life. His untimely death was a significant loss to the world of technology and activism.

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