TWO FORMER STATE SENATORS FOUND DEAD IN THEIR HOMES WITHIN TWO DAYS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


TWO FORMER STATE SENATORS FOUND DEAD IN THEIR HOMES WITHIN TWO DAYS

SOURCE: CNN
Two former state senators were found dead in their homes in Arkansas and Oklahoma within a span of two days this week.

In Arkansas, the body of former Republican state Sen. Linda Collins-Smith was found Tuesday in her home in Randolph County. She'd been fatally shot and her death is being investigated as a homicide, CNN affiliate KARK reported.

Collins-Smith, who was a Democrat before switching to the Republican Party, was first elected to the state senate in 2014 and lost her party's primary last year, the affiliate said.

In Oklahoma, police found another Republican lawmaker fatally shot after receiving reports of gunfire.

Former state Sen. Jonathan Nichols' body was in his home in Norman -- about 20 miles from Oklahoma City. He served as state senator from 2000 to 2012, and later worked at the University of Oklahoma, CNN affiliate KFOR reported. Authorities confirmed his death Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder; cui bono?!? Who benefits from their deaths, and what political advantage was gained from their deaths?!?

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