Gary Welsh was an attorney and political blogger at Advance Indiana. He was found shot to death in a stairwell of an apartment block on May 1. He was the source, according to Wayne Madsen, for the photos of Marco Rubio at sodomite venues in South Florida, as well as contributed to the story about Senator Ted Cruz’s father having ties with Lee Harvey Oswald.
The Indy Star reports:
Indianapolis police are investigating the death of a prominent political commentator as a suicide, IMPD captain Richard Riddle confirmed Sunday.
Police were called to an apartment building in the 400 block of North Park Ave. shortly before 8 a.m. Sunday on a report of a person shot. “Police dispatch stated that the caller observed what they believed to be a person shot in the stairwell of the building with the gun still laying on the scene,” the police report said. “Person shot was confirmed and victim was pronounced deceased at the scene by medics.”
Welsh’s body was taken to the Marion County Coroner’s Office, where an autopsy is expected to be performed Monday.
Consider that in his final blog post, which was written just two days before his death, Welsh wrote:
If I’m not around to see the vote results, my prediction is that Trump wins Indiana with just shy of 50% of the vote, but he will carry every single congressional district and sweep the delegate race–assuming the party-chosen delegates honor their rules-bound commitment to support the winner on the first ballot. Most of those delegates favored John Kasich at the time they were chosen. Only two of the delegates named by state party officials publicly declared their support for Trump, although some have indicated they would feel obligated to support the voters’ wishes.
Some of Welsh’s readers expressed concerns over his safety, especially in light of the fact that his blog did focus a lot of the issue of voter fraud.
“Btw, Gary, should we read any foreboding in your words about ‘if you are around for the election results’. Take care of yourself, please,” wrote Marycatherine Barton.
Jim Klimek, a friend and fellow attorney who worked across the hall from Welsh, said that he appeared depressed and concerning that he was making little money with his blog.
In an interview with investigative journalist Wayne Madsen, Madsen spoke about the work that Welsh had done.
I don’t know about you, but I find the whole thing suspicious in light of what the man wrote two days prior and some of the things he had been engaged.