Monday, March 11, 2019

"NOTICE: I will not commit suicide. I won’t be bought off or drown in a bath tub, nor will I shoot myself in the head. So, if that happens: IT WASN'T ME. Save this tweet."

As many of you know, Natacha Jaitt's lifeless body was discovered two weeks ago. The autopsy found that she had died of drug-induced organ failure, though who administered the drugs - whether it was Jaitt herself or someone else  - has not been established.

Her lawyer believes she was murdered.

Jaitt had been an adult model (featured in Playboy, among other media), actress and escort, and more recently reality TV star and radio and television host in Spain and Argentina.

She was also a mother who left behind a son and daughter.

And of course she was also an alleged whistleblower, who claimed that Gustavo Vera, the well-known head of an anti-child trafficking organization, based in Argentina, had himself led or been part of a child trafficking operation.

Vera is a long-time close friend of Jorge Mario Bergoglio. According to Ann Barnhardt, who gathered information from Argentinian sources and media, Vera had frequently traveled back and forth between Buenos Aires and the Vatican until (according to the sources) Vera and Francis had some sort of a falling-out last year.

Francis and Gustavo Vera at Casa Santa Marta
Though Vera did return to the Vatican four days ago as a featured speaker at a Vatican conference sponsored by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Jaitt had also publicly alleged that many other high-profile personalities had been involved in or had knowledge of Vera's alleged child prostitution ring.

One of those explicitly named by Jaitt was Bergoglio.

Vera had sued Jaitt for defamation, and initial depositions in the case were about to be taken when her body was found.

Since her death, there have been a number of notable developments. Among them, her business associate who had driven her to the location of her death was arrested for lying to investigators and attempting to lift Jaitt's cellphone from the scene.

Ann Barnhardt was perhaps the only English commenter to have tracked this story before Jaitt's death, though it had been a pretty big deal in the Buenos Aires media.

You can read one of her earlier stories here and there are more links here.

Complicit Clergy summarized in a video, things as they stood one day after Jaitt's death. 

And just yesterday, Miss Barnhardt went over the most recent developments for her regular podcast, here.

There is no question that Jaitt was a controversial character, to say the least. As stated, she had herself been involved in prostitution and had at one point been accused of blackmail and extortion. The Argentinian media has been on all-sides on this one, alleging criminal behavior and conspiracies by Jaitt as well as against Jaitt. And a connection with the murder of Alberto Nisman, the crusading Argentinian lawyer who was killed on the eve of presenting his findings on the involvement of former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in the 1994 terrorist bombing of the Jewish Center in Buenos Aires, has been alleged. Jaitt herself made the claim in a tweet made two weeks before her own death.

Natacha's Jaitt's verified Twitter account is, perhaps surprisingly, still up. Its last entry is stamped February 22, 2019. But on April 5th of 2018 she made her prophetic warning:
NOTICE: I will not commit suicide. I won't be bought off or drown in a bath tub, nor will I shoot myself in the head. So, if that happens, IT WASN'T ME. Save this tweet.

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