Video of Barack Obama at homicide scene raises serious questions

Former President Barack Obama is a disgrace in the eyes of many. Now that’s only going to get worse.

Because a video of Barack Obama at a homicide scene is raising some serious questions.

Tafari Campbell, former President Barack Obama’s personal chef, was discovered lifeless in a pond on the southern shore of Martha’s Vineyard in July.

Within a few days, the police had ruled the death an accident, refusing to answer any questions from the media about the anonymous eyewitness or why Campbell was described as not being “a great swimmer” despite numerous online videos demonstrating his ability to swim in the water.

Even more puzzling was the absence of the call reporting Campbell’s death from the law enforcement call logs that night.

Bruce McNamee, the chief of police, speculated that the caller may have dialed a police business line rather than 911, which would explain why the call’s purpose was omitted.

The only known fact about the Obamas at the time was the fact that they were not at home.

According to a Judicial Watch update report published on Friday, extensively redacted records from the Massachusetts State Police reveal that Barack Obama was present during an eyewitness interview related to the murder investigation of his personal chef, Tafari Campbell.

Obama arrived via motorcade, and an eyewitness was reportedly interviewed at his home, as per the records.

Shortly following that, “a cold, wet woman,” described as a “witness,” arrived.

The next morning, Obama himself had an interview with an “eyewitness” at his home.

An Obama employee named as the female eyewitness told police she witnessed Campbell “fall off his paddleboard, began splashing, became extremely panicked, yelling for help, and subsequently went underwater very quickly.”

She stated she tried to get to him, but the water was too muddy, and he “disappeared into the extremely murky” depths.

Some security footage showing Campbell and another person strolling along a boardwalk to the coast of Edgartown Great Pond is also mentioned in the papers.

Both people can be seen grabbing paddleboards and paddles from a spot on the shore before making their way into the sea.

Rescue swimmers can be seen racing to the coastline and a boat being launched while what appears to be Secret Service officials respond in the background.

The documents state that Campbell’s death was ruled accidental and that no foul play was suspected in the aftermath of his drowning.

Documentation includes descriptions of what happened, comments from witnesses, and where Campbell’s body was found.

Despite the apparent simplicity of the case presented in the report, there is an air of suspect activity about the circumstances surrounding Obama’s presence at the interrogation of an employee who witnessed a tragic accident.

The release of security film may shed further light on the situation, but it’s apparent that the public will never have a complete picture of what transpired on that sad day.

During Obama’s presidency, Campbell was a skilled White House sous chef.

The Obamas invited Campbell to leave the White House with them back in January of 2017.

The Obama family released a statement saying he has “been part of our lives ever since, and our hearts are broken that he’s gone.”

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

Email Newsletter

Sign Up for our Newsletter

Enter your best address below to receive the latest cartoons and breaking news in your email inbox:
Please wait...
You are successfully subscribed!
There was an error with subscription attempt.