from Russia Insider:
An investigative journalist, who went undercover to infiltrate violent leftist groups such as Antifa, has been found dead. Bechir Rabani infiltrated Antifa and was about to expose billionaire people trafficker George Soros when he died.
Bechir Rabani was a hugely popular Swedish independent reporter, well known for his daring exposés. He was found dead at his home on Friday night in “suspicious circumstances” according to Police. He was currently working on an investigation into radical leftist mainstream journalist Robert Aschberg and his connection to George Soros funded extremist organizations when he was killed.
Shortly before he died, Rabani revealed he was about to lift the lid on mass corruption that linked Soros and Aschberg. Bechir Rabani gained popularity when he tried to confront Expressen’s (left-wing newspaper) editor in chief Thomas Mattson and journalist Diamant Salihu in their homes in Stockholm.
In August 2017 Rabani released a documentary ‘I skammens skugga’ (In the shadow of shame), describing the rape epidemic and perils Swedish girls face from Muslim invaders. In late September 2017, Rabani infiltrated an ANTIFA demonstration in Gothenburg.
In the video, Antifa activists are seen using slings to throw rocks towards the police and retreating in panic when the police slowly march towards them. Rabani’s latest project was an investigation into Robert Aschberg, a Jewish journalist living in Sweden, and board member of the Expo Foundation.
EXPO is an anti-racist foundation with one of its many goals being the registering of all right-wing people. Aschberg is also friends with Jacques Wallner, a man who in 1982 murdered a 21-year-old Swedish man in cold blood, “because he was racist”. Jacques Wallner later was employed by Dagens Nyheter newspaper.
Robert Aschberg, a Jewish journalist living in Sweden
Olof Aschberg’s grandfather was dubbed The Red Banker. Following the overthrow of Imperial Russia by Wall Street bankers (Russian Revolution 1917 – 1922), Olof Aschberg was pivotal in arranging financial support for the triumphant Bolsheviks.