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Google Cloud Manager’s Wife Found Dead – He Was Arrested For Her Murder Hours After Claiming She Was Missing During Hawaii Vacation

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Published on: February 20, 2020

Editor’s Note:  An earlier version of the story added a second tweet from Saxena that was said to have been less than 45 minutes prior to his tweet regarding his wife.  It was actually more than 12 hours earlier.  The story has been corrected and that tweet has been removed.

Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday evening saying she vanished after an asthma attack during a stroll on a secluded beach.  Shortly thereafter, Saxena was arrested on suspicion of committing the murder of his wife.

The Daily Mail has the story:

Harvard-educated Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday claiming the 41-year-old mother-of-two had vanished during a late night stroll on a secluded beach south of Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala.

The couple, from Bellevue, Washington, were on vacation with their two daughters aged 13 and eight to celebrate their eldest child’s birthday – a trip they take every year.

He said Smriti, a business program manager for Microsoft, suffered an asthma attack and disappeared while he went to get her inhaler from their room at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort.

Harvard-educated Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday claiming the 41-year-old mother-of-two had vanished during a late night stroll on a secluded beach south of Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala

Harvard-educated Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday claiming the 41-year-old mother-of-two had vanished during a late night stroll on a secluded beach south of Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala 

Lava Lava Beach Club in Waikoloa near where her husband said she went missing during a late night stroll on Tuesday

Lava Lava Beach Club in Waikoloa near where her husband said she went missing during a late night stroll on Tuesday 

Harvard-educated Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday claiming the 41-year-old mother-of-two had vanished during a late night stroll on a secluded beach south of Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala

Harvard-educated Sonam Saxena, 43, reported his wife Smriti missing on Tuesday claiming the 41-year-old mother-of-two had vanished during a late night stroll on a secluded beach south of Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala

Sonam Saxena, 43, was arrested after a body was found near Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala (pictured) the morning after he had reported her missing

Sonam Saxena, 43, was arrested after a body was found near Anaehoomalu Bay, in South Kohala (pictured) the morning after he had reported her missing

Police found a body yesterday morning near where she was last seen and arrested Saxena a few hours later on suspicion of second degree murder.

The Hawaii Police Department has not yet released the identity of the body but said in a statement that it was ‘located in the general area where Smriti Saxena was reported as a missing person and last seen Tuesday evening.’

The statement added: ‘The identity of the female body is being withheld pending positive identification and notification of next of kin.

‘Sonam Saxena has been arrested on the count of murder in the second-degree as detectives are continuing this investigation. 

‘An autopsy is scheduled to determine the exact cause of death.’

On February 19, Saxena tweeted, “@GovHawaii my wife has been missing since last night and  @Hawaii_Police is busy giving interviews to media about body recovered, but is unwilling to pick up my phone cc: @bigislandnews @BIPressClub @BITVHawaii”

I’m sorry but does it seem strange to tweet out something like this about your missing wife on Twitter?  It does to me.

Furthermore, he wrote on his LinkedIn account: ‘My wife Smriti Saxena is missing. Can you please promote this tweet so that I can tell my daughters where their Mom is #help.’

Saxena also gave an interview with West Hawaii Today and described how his wife went missing after they had been drinking at the Lava Lava Beach Club and decided to go for a stroll on the beach.

He said: ‘She got an asthma attack right there on the beach and she was feeling weak and she didn’t want to walk all the way back because it’s almost a 20-minute walk back from that beach to our room.

‘So, I said, ‘hey, you know what? You stay here, you have your phone with you and I’ll just go to the room grab your inhaler and pump and come back.’

When he returned ’40 to 50 minutes’ later he found her purse, phone, credit card and driver’s license were all there but she had gone. 

He said: ‘I was disturbed because why would she leave her purse and her phone on the beach and head back to the room. 

‘It just seemed really odd,’ he said. ‘So I rushed back to the room. I checked the room and I saw that she wasn’t in the room. So I went down stairs and that’s when I dialed 911.’

Saxena said he helped police and security officers scour the area. 

‘We called out for her but there was nothing,’ he said. ‘No response.’

Perhaps people in technology just think different, I don’t know, but something doesn’t seem quite right in all of this.

In December, Robert Epstein, the man who blew the whistle on Google’s election meddling, discovered that his wife, who was only 29 years old, died in a car crash.

Is this going to end up being a long string of deaths of wives of people tied to Google?  I’m not sure, but one thing is for sure, Google was funded by the CIA with American tax dollars in violation of the US Constitution, and they are also engaged in blatant censorship of free political speech as well as open treason.

Whether this man is guilty or not remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure, his company certainly is guilty, and so is the CIA and congressmen and the executive branch for funding them to invest in start-up tech companies.

These are crimes, thefts in fact, against the people of the united States.

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