Adam Rupeka fled to Mexico for his life after he was charged with an unsinkable charge causing instant hatred in the media - sexual assault on a child. See my blog about Facebook comments regarding a person charged with burning a child with hot water - the person was still covered with presumption of innocence at that time and was charged, not convicted. Police, the target of Rupeka's investigations, was, of course, aware of this reaction on social media once a person is charged with a crime against the child, especially a sexual crime, so publications about Rupeka charged with a sex crimes asserting that he IS, not alleged to be, the perpetrator, were meant to bring harm upon him.
By the way, exposing a person charged with a sex crime to harm is a frequent tactic by the government - and a tactic that recently brought a multimillion jury verdict in federal court to Julian Wendrow who, after having been improperly charged with a sex crime against the child in Michigan, was thrown in jail, made to sleep for 4 days on a concrete floor, and was placed in general population of convicted criminals, exposing him to harm - I quote documents of that case I obtained from Pacer.gov.
In Adam Rupeka's case the name of the victim is unknown, whether anything happened is also unknown, since Rupeka died, the case is closed and will not be available for review on FOIL, but Rupeka's name as a whistleblower of governmental misconduct is marred, which was the whole purpose of the charges.
At this time, after the Dallas events, there is a backlash on Facebook where anybody who says anything against the police misconduct are rolled into asphalt for being disrespectful to the memory of the fallen officers.
I am not disrespectful to the memory.
But, the fact that police officers were shot in mass protests against police misconduct does not undo the fact that police misconduct exists in this country, is rampant and, until the advent of the era of the Internet and smartphones, was not addressed and was repeatedly covered up by the government.
I firmly believe that Adam Rupeka was murdered, and was murdered by those who would benefit the most by his death - those whose misconduct Adam Rupeka repeatedly exposed, the police.
As the story of Adam Rupeka unfolded, I was collecting comments about him on Facebook.
I remind my readers of the deadline. Adam Rupeka was found dead in Mexico on April 6th-7th, 2016.
These are comments on Facebook from April 1, 2016, when he and his girlfriend were running for their lives.
By the way, Rupeka posted on YouTube that he is running to Canada, obviously trying to deflect those following him - see the comments about Rupeka's posts regarding fleeing to Canada.
Yet, he was still tracked and murdered - in Mexico.
Tell me, who has the ability for such tracking but the government?
5 days after these comments, Adam Rupeka was permanently silenced in Mexico.
Jessica Fowler's dream - see the last comment - came true. We will never see one of his new videos again.
The videos about police misconduct that Adam Rupeka made during his lifetime are available on YouTube though.