Christopher Sign, an Alabama TV anchor who broke the Clinton tarmac story was found dead in his home on Saturday in what officials are saying is a suicide. However many who are close to Sign are questioning how such a well liked, loving, passionate man just decided to end his life.
In addition to being a TV anchor Sign was a former college football player and an author. He leaves behind a wife and three children.
“Chris was a tremendous leader in our newsroom, He worked with our reporting staff on a daily basis, but also worked behind the scenes with the I-Team and with news managers on coverage of major events. You were very likely to get an email from him with a story idea in the middle of the night. He was passionate about journalism and showed it each and every day as he pushed himself and his colleagues to be the best.” – ABC 33/40
No way this guy Christopher Sign, who was a successful author, who wrote about the Clinton tarmac meeting just up and committed suicide. I’m not a conspiracy person but this is weird. Too weird. pic.twitter.com/M598lpm1rp
— Bönä Fïdë S!ïm Lö (@BonaFideSlimLo) June 13, 2021
Sign had returned to Alabama back in 2017 to anchor ABC’s evening news show after having worked in Phoenix. While working in Phoenix Sign broke the Clinton tarmac story. Sign had broke the 2016 presidential campaign news that in June 2016 former President Clinton had met with Lynch at Sky Harbor International Airport while the Attorney General was investigating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. He ended up to go on to write a book about it called, “Secret On The Tarmac.”
After Sign broke the story he started to receive death threats and became concerned about his safety and the safety of his family. Part of the reason he moved back to Alabama was to be close to family and friends.
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