90 Miles From Tyranny : ABC reporter, 45, who broke story of secret tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before email probe was dropped dies in 'apparent suicide'

Sunday, June 13, 2021

ABC reporter, 45, who broke story of secret tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before email probe was dropped dies in 'apparent suicide'

  • Christopher Sign, 45, was found dead in his home in suburb of Birmingham
  • Police said they received 911 phone call just before 8:15am on Saturday
  • Investigators found Sign's body when they arrived at his home in Hoover
  • Initial reports indicate that his death is being investigated as a suicide
  • In 2016, Sign broke story of tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton, Loretta Lynch
  • Ex-President Clinton met then-attorney general on tarmac of Phoenix airport
  • Lynch's Justice Department was investigating Clinton's wife, Hillary Clinton
  • Meeting forced Lynch to recuse herself from overseeing the investigation
  • Hillary Clinton was being investigated for use of a private email server for official communications during her tenure as secretary of state
The 45-year-old television news man who was the first to report of a secret meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch that was held on her private jet on a tarmac in 2016 has died of an apparent suicide.

Police in Hoover, Alabama, said they received a 911 call at 8:13am on Saturday of a person down at a home on Scout Trace.

First responders arrived at the home and found the body of Christopher Sign, a former University of Alabama football player and veteran broadcast journalist.

Christopher Sign, who broke the 2016 story about Bill Clinton's tarmac meeting with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, has died of an apparent suicide, according to authorities in Alabama. Sign is seen above last year holding a copy of his book Secret On The Tarmac

In June 2016, Bill Clinton (left) met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch (right) on the tarmac at Phoenix Airport in what was brushed aside as an impromptu friendly chat

Bill Clinton approaching AG Lynch's jet on the tarmac at Phoenix airport in June 2016

Since 2017, Sign has been an anchor on the local news station ABC 33/40 in Birmingham.

'Our deepest sympathy is shared with Chris's loving family and close friends,' said Sinclair Broadcast Group Vice President and General Manager Eric S. Land.

'We have lost a revered colleague whose indelible imprint will serve forever as a hallmark of decency, honesty and journalist integrity.

'We can only hope to carry on Chris’s legacy. May his memory be for blessing.'
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Before returning to Alabama to become an anchor, he was a local ABC 15 TV Arizona reporter when he broke the stunning story of the tarmac meeting in June 2016.

Sign reported that former President Clinton had met with Lynch on her private jet at Phoenix Airport.

It was alleged that their conversation centered around an ongoing investigation into whether Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while Secretary of State was illegal.

Bill Clinton and Lynch would go on to portray it as an impromptu friendly chat.

Days later, the FBI chose not to bring criminal charges against Hillary, who was in the midst of her presidential campaign.

'We knew something had occurred that was a bit unusual. It was a planned meeting. It was not a coincidence.' Sign told Fox and Friends in February 2020 ahead of the release of his book Secret on the Tarmac.

Donald Trump had tweeted at the time: 'Does anybody really believe that Bill Clinton and the U.S.A.G. talked only about 'grandkids' and golf for 37 minutes in plane on...

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    1. Yep, but it'll probably be reclassified as covid.

  2. Whoever or whatever shows up to finish off all those who have crossed the Clintons has got to be the epitome of evil. Like the Angel of Death...this is just one more vivid example that we are engaged in an epic battle of Good vs Evil. Get right everyone because things are not going to be getting any better in the near future.

    1. We should look in to how many of the Clinton "assistants" have also died within months of an adversary's "suicide."


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