Mystery continues to surround the untimely paddle-board drowning of Obama family chef Tafari Campbell on Martha’s Vineyard.
Stew Peters reports that authorities continue to stonewall the media, even refusing basic details about the case, and have been mum on the results of the autopsy, which only revealed there was no outward bruising on Campbell’s body.
Susan Daniels, who spent 30 years as a private investigator and is a self-proclaimed expert on everything Obama, joins “The Stew Peters Show” with some startling facts of her own on the case. She says though the official police report said Campbell died in 8 feet of water just off the shoreline, his body was found 100 feet from shore. And the fact that there is no mention in the autopsy report of water in Campbell’s lungs is highly suspicious.
Daniels says she obtained the Massachusetts Estuary Report, which shows the water depth throughout the Edgar Small Pond, where Campbell drowned. The reports says the water level is 2 feet near the shoreline and even at 100 feet. It doesn’t rise to 8 feet until 300 feet from shore. Was Campbell’s drowning more than an accident? What are the authorities hiding? Here more with Peters and Daniels.