Dimitri Noonan knew his life was in danger the moment he decided to tell his story to Fox News. He was the pilot of that infamous plane on which a “meaningless greeting” between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch took place. That meeting, as it turns out, was a complex negotiation between Clinton, acting on behalf of the DNC, and Speaker Paul Ryan, acting on behalf of the RNC, to join forces against Trump, which included dropping the case against Hillary Clinton.
That meeting, as it turns out, was a complex negotiation between Clinton — acting on behalf of the DNC — and Speaker Paul Ryan — acting on behalf of the RNC — to join forces against Trump, which included dropping the case against Hillary Clinton. Loretta Lynch was the designated mediator.
When news got out that Noonan had accepted $2 million and a promise to keep him safe, it took a hitman less than 24 hours to get to him. Fox News went silent, most likely because they wired that money up front and never got a single incriminating thing out of Noonan. He went missing and turned up dead a full day before his official statement in the studio. All they have is a transcript of their emails, which are vague.
That won’t stop Noonan from telling his story, though. According to New York Times receptionist Nancy McArdle, a woman in her later years came to the desk, in tears, and dropped off a package that turned out to be the original copy of a recording Noonan made that afternoon that “chronicles the entire incident.”
The Times is sending the recording off to a private lab to be analyzed for authenticity and says it has made dozens of copies and sent them via snail mail to every media company in the country. In other words, the Clintons can burn down the lab, but short of stopping the juggernaut that is the United States Postal Service from delivering mail, this time it’s not looking good.