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Earth Day Co-Founder Murdered Girlfriend ➠ Composted Body

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Earth Day Co-Founder Murdered Girlfriend, Composted Body

Happy Earth Day everyone! It would be wrong to let this day pass without recognizing the co-founder of today’s festivities, convicted murderer Ira Einhorn.

From NBC News:

Ira Einhorn was on stage hosting the first Earth Day event at the Fairmount Park in Philadelphia on April 22, 1970. Seven years later, police raided his closet and found the “composted” body of his ex-girlfriend inside a trunk.

Well now there’s something Hillary Clinton, champion of women, probably won’t mention during her celebrations today. Maybe she only champions living women who aren’t seduced by her husband.

Like Hillary, who takes millions from Muslim countries that stone rape victims and hang homosexuals, all while claiming to champion both women and homosexuals, Ira was a hypocrite too:

But the charismatic spokesman who helped bring awareness to environmental issues and preached against the Vietnam War — and any violence — had a secret dark side.

Are they sure Ira’s last name wasn’t really Clinton? They might want to check the trunk where the body was found and see of Hillary’s hard drives are in there.

Don’t worry. It was a setup:

Taking the stand in his own defense, Einhorn claimed that his ex-girlfriend had been killed by CIA agents who framed him for the crime because he knew too much about the agency’s paranormal military research. He was convicted of murdering Maddux and is currently serving a life sentence.

While you’re celebrating Earth Day, don’t forget to celebrate Lenin day!

Question: What do Earth Day and Vladimir Lenin’s birthday have in common? Answer: they both reoccur every year on April 22. Coincidence [Read More…]

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