Prison » Cambridge Analytica whistleblower tells MPs his predecessor was found dead in a hotel room

Daily Mail
March 27, 2018

Cambridge Analytica Christopher Wylie has today revealed his predecessor died mysteriously in a  Kenyan hotel room – and may have been poisoned.

The tech specialist said Dan Muresan was found dead in 2012 amid reports that a deal he was working on went ‘sour’.

Giving evidence to the culture select committee of MPs, Mr Wylie told how rumours that Mr Muresan had been killed circulated around the controversial data firm.

And he heard talk the Kenyan police had been bribed not to enter the hotel room for 24 hours in a bid to cover up the possible murder.

He made the explosive comments to a committee of MPs investigating the spread of fake news.

Rumours that the death could have been murdered will fuel concerns about Cambridge Analytica and the shady world it operated in.

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This article was posted: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 7:56 am

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