REVEALED: Chatter on Chinese Twitter on Shinzo Abe and “Completing the Task” Was Posted 17 Hours Before His Assassination

We are publishing these allegations from Chinese Twitter user Jennifer Zeng.

These are just allegations at this point but newsworthy nonetheless.

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On Friday morning Shinzo Abe was assassinated by a gunman in Nara, Japan.

Shinzo was shot point-blank in the back by a 40-year-old suspect with a homemade gun.

On Friday, Mandarin-speaking user Jennifer Zeng posted a disturbing screengrab taken hours before Shinzo Abe’s shooting.

The screengrab was posted about “getting close to Shinzo Abe” and “completing the task” by a Chinese language user called “重装小兔19C.”

Was this just a coincidence or something more?

China had preveiously instituted an open death threat against the former Japanese Prime Minister.

Via Jennifer Zeng: #AbeShinzo died at about 11: 30 local time. At 18: 07 on the previous day, a Chinese language user called “重装小兔19C” said “Have successfully got close to current and former PM of Japan. I’ll complete the task given by the organization[ meaning: the party, the #CCP].”

The user “重装小兔19C” has a Twitter account.

Two users were discussing Abe before his assassination.

An open death threat was made by the Chinese Communist Regime much earlier before his assassination on Friday.

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