by Claire Bernish
Belgium — Yves Chandelon, NATO Auditor General, was found dead — by gunshot to the head — in the Belgian city of Andenne last Friday.
Authorities are calling the death a suicide, but Chandelon’s family is reportedly vehemently disputing that assessment.
Although information remains scarce, there are troubling details suggesting Chandelon indeed might not have taken his own life.
For one thing, the NATO auditor, who was apparently tasked with “counteraction against terrorism financing issues,”according toNews.am, was found over 62 miles from Lens, the city where he lived — and nearly 87 miles from his place of work in Luxembourg.
Chandelon also owned three registered firearms, but an unregistered weapon was discovered near his body.
Further, Belgian press reports, Chandelon “had mentioned to his entourage, he thought he had been followed and had received ‘strange’ calls.”
SudInfo.be reports the man’s family has a…
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