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

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Jagajeet Chiba
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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:


So exactly how much did the Clintons owe this guy?


Keep repeating what your puppet masters tell you.


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

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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