by Piper McGowin, February 20th, 2016
Early reports say he passed out at his desk at the Russian Mission to the UN on East 67th Street in Manhattan around 9:30 a.m. this morning. Churkin was rushed to the hospital where he could not be revived. He was pronounced dead at 10:55 a.m.
The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed Churkin “unexpectedly died” but provided no further details confirming exactly how he died. Western mainstream outlets are reporting “apparent heart attack” and an unnamed law enforcement official reportedly told CNN it was “cardiac arrest” with no further details.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly “deeply upset” at Churkin’s sudden and unexpected passing.
And suddenly everyone thinks we’re living in a James Bond movie.
So the Russian ambassador to the UN has just died in NYC. If this were a spy thriller, I would scoff at this plot twist.
— BookishNYC (@bookishnyc) February 20, 2017
So the Russian Ambassador to the UN has “died suddenly” in New York…
Let’s play a game called WhoDunIt?
— Shadow Monkey King (@VitruvianMonkey) February 20, 2017
National news: A classified meeting was held between FBI & some senators Friday on Russia. Today, the Russian ambassador to the UN has died.
— Alexandra Koehn (@NC5_AKoehn) February 20, 2017
Deep State – Heart Attack Gun
Russian Ambassador To UN Vitaly Churkin Has “Died Suddenly” In New Yorkhttps://t.co/rejHbhGWu7
— Geoff Wacker (@GeoffWacker) February 20, 2017
Then again, there is the fact that a security officer was found dead with facial and head wounds inside the Russian Consulate in NYC on election day…
A Russian “consular employee” in NY was found dead on Nov 8, Election Day. Today, the Russian ambassador to UN died. https://t.co/qJa9WQRmII
— Frida Ghitis (@FridaGhitis) February 20, 2017
Don’t forget another Russian Ambassador was shot dead in Turkey in front of everyone in a truly unbelievable terrorist attack back in December…
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