Gonzalo Lira is a well-known Chilian vlogger, who got kidnapped and killed in Ukraine.
Gonzalo Lira was first kidnapped, and after this happened the mainstream media until totally ignored it. And now people are now speculating on the circumstances surrounding his absence.
Gonzalo has been missing for several weeks, and investigators have yet to locate Lira. However, new intel has recently emerged that has stunned the entire world.
It turns out that Gonzalo Lira Vlogger was reportedly kidnapped, tortured, and murdered by the Kraken Unit.
The Kraken Unit is part of the Azov battalion, which is linked to the Ukrainian Security Service, and there are now claims that the Ukrainian government was involved in the assassination.
Scott Ritter stated that, the brutal killing of Lira has not gotten much attention and the west has chosen to remain silent on this case.
The world went berserk when Belarusian authorities detained blogger Roman Protasevich, blaming Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko for suppressing free speech.
Protasevich is still alive and well, awaiting trial under house arrest. While on the contrary, Gonzo Lira was brutally murdered, however, no news got released.
Several unofficial reports have claimed that Gonzalo Lira was allegedly beheaded after getting kidnapped.
Free speech is not a one-way street, and remaining silent in the murder of Gonzo Lira makes the mainstream media and the media of the west a co-conspirator in his death.
It is not fair to kill all journalists who seek the truth, even if it contradicts the mainstream narrative. Critical thinking should not be punished, but unfortunately for Gonzo Lira, it appears to be the case.
The Journalist was born and raised in Burbank, California, USA, but he spent many years in Kyiv, Ukraine.
He was well-known for being extremely critical, and his point of view was ridiculed and criticized by many people. On Instagram, he had over 8000 followers.
Lira graduated from Dartmouth College. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in philosophy, as well as a minor in English.
For almost a decade, he has been a blogger for GonzaloLira.Blogspot.com. He was also a significant contributor to LiraSPG.com.