Is it true that Obama’s Chef Tafari Campbell “was writing a tell-all book on the Obamas when he was found with head trauma in 3 to 4 feet of water on the Obama estate”?

Is it true that Obama’s Chef Tafari Campbell “was writing a tell-all book on the Obamas when he was found with head trauma in 3 to 4 feet of water on the Obama estate”? Is it true that “Nobody called 911 for hours until Campbell washed up on shore”? Is it true former President “Obama’s own personal coroner’ was flown from Washington, D.C. to perform the autopsy”? Basically, what people are asking is, Did President Obama have anything to do with the death of his chef Tafari Campbell? Strangely, Tafari Campbell’s paddleboard and clothing were found with no sign of the staffer within 16 minutes of the start of the search for Obama’s chef starting in Martha’s Vineyard, police report reveals. If this is such a simple case, why is it not resolved? Why are there still so many strange questions? And why are people still not forthcoming with pertinent information? Nobody wants this to be what it seems, so stop thinking that somebody wants this to turn out more negative than what it has. People want these unanswered questions answered clearly and honestly because Tafari Campbell is not only a chef for Obama; he was hired by George Bush when he was in the White House and was just one of few who stayed over for the Obama administration. Tafari Campbell was America’s chef. So he is a part of American history as a part of a long line of cooks, butlers, and servers in the White House since George Washington. If Black Lives Matter, Tafari Campbell’s life matters.

Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says again that President Obama, not Michelle Obama, but President Obama, needs to give a speech about the death of this historic American hero, Tafari Campbell, a young black man, who stayed married to his wife and raised two boys while making history under two presidents.

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  • An incident report provided to by Edgartown Police reveals a Secret Service agent reported Tafari Campbell missing on July 23 
  • The agent, whose identity is redacted, called about a ‘possible drowning’ and revealed a ‘rescue swimmer’ and ‘zodiac boat’ had been deployed to find him 
  • The 911 call was placed at 7:46pm, and by the 8:02, search teams had recovered Campbell’s paddleboard and clothing, according to the report 

Obama personal chef Tafari Campbell’s missing paddleboard and clothing were recovered by search teams just 16 minutes after a Secret Service agent reported him missing to police, can reveal.

An incident report by the Edgartown Police Department and obtained exclusively by on Wednesday provides new details on the chef’s tragic drowning near the Obamas’ Martha’s Vineyard estate last month.

The document confirms an agent dialed 911 shortly after Campbell, 45, disappeared while paddleboarding on Edgartown Great Pond on July 23.

The Obama residence is seen at Martha’s Vineyard. Tafari Campbell, 45, visited the resort island in late July and was paddleboarding near the Obamas’ summer home

The witness, whose identity is redacted, contacted authorities at 7:46pm about a ‘possible drowning’ and requested ‘at least an ambulance response’ to the scene.

The agent told officers a ‘rescue swimmer’ and a zodiac boat had been deployed to find Campbell.

The call prompted a rapid search operation during which authorities recovered Campbell’s paddleboard and clothes within 16 minutes, but still ‘no contact with the missing party.’

The death of former U.S. President Barack Obama’s personal chef Tafari Campbell (center) while paddleboarding in the Massachusetts resort community of Martha’s Vineyard has been ruled as an accident

Sources have told that Campbell had been out on the pond with another fellow Obama staffer, a female, who was on a separate paddleboard.

The report, however, did not specify the article of clothing found nor did it provide further information on other witnesses or the second paddleboarder.

It wasn’t until the next morning that the chef’s body was ultimately found in shallow water in the Edgartown Great Pond bordering the former president’s summer home.

State officials announced Tuesday that Campbell’s death in Martha’s Vineyard was an accidental drowning.

But they have refused to release additional details and advised other law enforcement agencies not to identify the 911 caller or the other paddleboarder, the sole witness to the drowning.

With the investigation now closed, the Edgartown police document released the redacted report based on radio dispatches it received from the Dukes County Sheriff’s Office.

The report states that ‘secret service agent [redacted] adv swimmers unable to locate the party at this time. Party last (seen) wearing all black, on a paddleboard…’

At 8:02pm, the report adds that ‘no life vest was worn, they have recovered the paddleboard and clothing, still no contact with missing party.’

Campbell was found the next morning by a boat using side sonar. A source told the body was at least partially clothed.

The private chef visited the resort island in late July and was on Edgartown Great Pond near the former president’s summer home.

He was seen going under the water, sparking a two-day search for his body.

Timothy McGuirk, from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, said on Tuesday the cause of death was drowning and an accident.

But the update has left numerous unanswered questions, not least surrounding the identity of the female paddleboarder who was with him and the identity of the 911 caller from the Obamas’ home and what they said.

A view of Obama’s house from Turkeyland Cove where Campbell worked as the Obama’s personal chef

McGuirk also said that Massachusetts does not release autopsy results to the public – the accident ruling was all that was released by the authorities on Tuesday night.

Campbell had been a sous chef at the White House and came to work for the family after Obama completed his second term in 2017.

Campbell had visited Martha’s Vineyard several times, playing golf on several occasions at the nearby Farm Neck Golf Club.

Witnesses first told cops at the time that a man – later identified as Campbell – went underwater and then briefly reappeared as he struggled to stay afloat, before submerging again around 7.46pm.

The witness – who was not identified – was paddleboarding on Edgartown Great Pond with Campbell.

A massive joint-agency search was launched when a 911 call was made from the Obamas’ Martha’s Vineyard home on Turkeyland Cove Road.

The dispatch call said: ‘Edgartown Fire and Water rescue personnel, Turkeyland Cove Road. For a 40-year-old male, possible drowning.’

In the aftermath of the call, Chief Alex Schaeffer of the Edgartown Fire Department told the Vineyard Gazette, island police and firefighters conducted door-to-door searches. Firefighters also searched the pond’s shoreline on foot.

Source: Daily MailOnline

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