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Watch How Fox News Coverage of the Sean Creighton Case Turns Into Rebuke of Dems

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Sep/18/2019

Fox News is the latest mainstream media outlets to cover the Sean Creighton case.  He was the founder of Costa Rica-based sportsbook 5Dimes whose remains were discovered last week nearly a year after he was reportedly kidnapped.


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The kidnappers demanded a $5 million ransom from his relatives the following morning, investigators said. They ultimately paid a $1 million sum.  Nearly a dozen individuals suspected of being involved in the kidnapping were arrested back in January.

Fox News reported the story accurately but they kept the comments section open. 

Reader JimFromTexas asked:

Do the Clinton's have alibis?

bbmiller chimed in:

FYI....Having been here for 7 years.....the police in Costa Rica are corrupt, but not to the degree as the Democrats in the US.

Fred4267 writes:

What did he have on the clintons?

JackieHeimer99 appeared to challenge the notion that Costa is "unsafe":

Safer than dem blue state crime holes like chicago and Baltimore

Then we somehow ended up with this bizarre exchange:

gmanliddy1:

So exactly how much did the Clintons owe this guy?

mike5906123:

Keep repeating what your puppet masters tell you.

TrueBlueConservative:

most everyone with evidence against the Clintons have been suicided... but you know that Scooter.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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