Kirsters Baish| The Gateway Pundit has reported that the Maltese academic with close connections to the Russian government and UK politicians, Joseph Mifsud, has disappeared… and is presumed dead. Mifsud was formerly employed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malta. He also served time as a principal in the London Centre of International Law Practice. The Pundit explains that Mifsud was also “a professorial teaching fellow at the University of Stirling in Scotland, and director of the Diplomatic Academy of London.”
After his connection to George Papadopoulos, a former lower level campaign worker for the 2016 Trump campaign, was leaked to the public, Mifsud mysteriously disappeared.
It seems that Papadopoulos was targeted by three people with British and possibly United States Intelligence ties: Joseph Mifsud, Alexander Downer, and Stefan Halper.
Both Mifsud and Papadopoulos held jobs at a group called the Centre for International Energy and Natural Resources Law & Security. No one knew who Papadopoulos was, and the Centre was shady. Early in November of 2017, Mifsud went missing. This wasn’t long after Papadopoulos was indicted and his face was all over the news. To this day, no one knows where he is.
While the story that is going around is that Mifsud is some kind of Russian agent, he has ties that seem to point in the direction of UK Intelligence. A Twitter thread was posted by Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. He pointed out the connection between Mifsud and UK Intelligence.
Medium.com’s Brian Whitaker compiled a map of Mifsud’s organizations and connections:
Mifsud has numerous suspect relationships with different British and Russian operatives. He is also a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR).
The top donor of the ECFR is the Soros Open Society Foundation.
… But that’s not all. Mifsud has ties to Saudi operatives as well
Above Joseph Mifsud is pictured with Saudi operative Tarek Obaid.
The Gateway Pundit has reported that now, the DNC has suggested that Mifsud may be dead.
The Hill reported:
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday raised the prospect that the London-based professor who told former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos that Russia had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton may be dead.
DNC lawyers wrote in court filings Friday that Joseph Mifsud, who spoke to Papadopoulos during the 2016 presidential election, “is missing and may be deceased,” Bloomberg News reported. The lawyers did not elaborate.
The DNC stood by its claim in a statement to The Hill on Friday. The committee indicated that an investigator had been used to find Mifsud, who had disappeared for months, and was told the Maltese professor may be dead.
“The DNC’s counsel has attempted to serve Mifsud for months and has been unable to locate or contact him. In addition, public reports have said he has disappeared and hasn’t been seen for months,” DNC spokeswoman Adrienne Watson stated.
It was reported that Mifsud was teaching in Rome at a private university prior to his disappearance. It wasn’t long after he disappeared that his name came up in the Russian interference investigation.
The Hill explains that Mifsud had not contacted Italian prosecutors who were looking to talk to him about allegations of possible financial problems. Business Insider spoke to his fiancé earlier in the year, and she explained that she had not been in contact with him.
The Hill writes, “The DNC’s revelation came in court filings Friday in their lawsuit against Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks for interfering in the 2016 presidential election. According to Bloomberg, the DNC said it believed all of the defendants in the case had been served, with the exception of Mifsud.”
That leaves us with the question, if someone got rid of Mifsud … who was it?