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Trump calls for investigation into the “mystery death” of a female intern who worked for Joe Scarborough when he was a Florida congressman.

8vu6wk6ziwkyTrump was referring to Lori Klausutis, a 28-year-old member of Scarborough’s staff who was found dead in his district office in July of 2001.

A local medical examiner said the death was accidental, that Klausutis had collapsed and hit her head on the side of a desk. But an autopsy concluded the circumstances surrounding her death were “inconclusive.”

Two months before her death, Scarborough unexpectedly resigned after just five months into his new term, saying he wanted to spend more time with his children.

Klausutis’ family refuted unsubstantiated statements that Lori suffered from medical issues, noting she was a keen athlete and a strong runner. They also rejected reports at the time that their daughter committed suicide.


Dr. Michael Berkland had had his medical license in Missouri revoked in 1998 due to reporting false information in an autopsy report and was suspended from his position of medical examiner in Florida in July 1999. 11869878-large

In September 2012, human remains were found in a storage unit rented by Berkland in Pensacola. Police said they found “crudely preserved brains, hearts, lungs and other organs” inside the unit. “The remains included tissue samples, dissected organs and numerous whole organs, including hearts, brains, a liver and a lung.” 

Berkland was arrested on charges of improper storage of hazardous waste.

U5dtVh4DFUNZ69HcyAn9aBHRPFdMTra_1680x8400The Phil Griffin in Trump’s tweet is the president of MSNBC, ringleader of the Trump-hating fake newsmakers — which raises another red flag surrounding the Klausutis mystery.

It was Griffin who banned frequent MSNBC contributor Markos Moulitsas, founder of the Daily Koz blog, from appearing on the network after he tried to talk about the death of Lori Klausutis.

Andy Lack in the Trump tweet is the chairman of NBC News. He’s the guy who kept Brian Williams on a milti-million-dollar payroll after the smug, arrogant former NBC Nightly News anchor was caught in a slew of preposterous and humiliating lies about his personal “adventures” during his career as a reporter.

MSNBC president Phil Griffin, NBC News chairman Andrew Lack, Brian Williams and Rachel Maddow

Lyin’ Brian and his colleague Raving Rachel Madcow, who embarrassed herself on air by crying the ‘We’re-all-gonna-die!’ routine when Trump was elected, are the worst examples of outrageous, liberally-biased news on TV.

–Mitch L. More in New York