Woman Found Dead in Anthony Weiner's Trash Chute is Connected to George Soros
Lara Prychodko identified by police as wife of Big Pharma executive
The woman who was discovered dumped in the trash chute of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner's New York home has been identified by police, with her connection to George Soros exposed.
48-year-old Lara Prychodko's body was discovered in the trash compactor in the upmarket Manhatten apartment belonging to convicted pedophile Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin; Hillary Clinton's sidekick.
After being named by police, it has since emerged that Lara Nadia Anike Prychodko is the wife of David Schlachet, a Big Pharma executive and long-time George Soros associate.
Schlachet is a powerhouse in the Big Tech & Pharmaceuticals industries and is currently a Director of Teldor Cables & Systems Ltd, the Chairman of The Board at Cell Cure Neurosciences Ltd, Chairman of Taya Investment Co. Ltd, a Director at EZchip Technologies Ltd, Director of EZchip Semiconductor Ltd, director at Syneron Medical Ltd, and an External Director at BioCancell Ltd.
An Israel native and graduate of Tel Aviv University, Schlachet is also involved with a number of other high-profile, Soros-backed operations.
Prychodko, whose body was forced down a garbage chute in the Gramercy Village apartment building and was found in the trash compactor by a service worker who raised the alarm.
Her death made headlines after it emerged that she was discovered in the home owned by Weiner and Abedin.
The NYPD has not commented on whether foul play is suspected in her death although neighbors have confirmed that it would be "impossible" to accidentally fall down one of the chutes, drunk or otherwise.
Images of the trash chute obtained by the Daily Mail also confirm the implausibility of an accidental fall, which is the narrative currently being peddled by the mainstream media.
Investigators say they are awaiting results of a post-mortem examination to reveal the actual cause of death, but have yet to rule anything out.
According to the Dail Mail, David Schlachet declined to comment when contacted on Wednesday evening.
How Prychodko got into the chute remains unclear and people inside the building are at a loss over what may have happened.
"It's an unfortunate situation, there's nothing else you can really say," one of the building's doormen said in a statement on Wednesday.
A spokesman for the NYPD said the woman's cause of death will be announced by the medical examiner.
No report was released on Wednesday, with a spokesman explaining the state of Prychodko's body could be a factor into how long it takes to determine her cause of death.
Security footage also shows her walking into the apartment building shortly before she was found inside the machine, PIX11 reported.
Speaking to NBC News, neighbors in the upmarket area say they believe the woman's death is connected to Anthony Weiner.
Weiner and Abedin have owned an apartment at the address for 16 years, which was listed for rent at $11,900 a month on the same day he pleaded guilty to sexting a 15-year-old girl.
Abedin also filed for divorce that same day, but later retracted it.
The listing, posted on May 19, 2017, was taken down just days later, though it is unclear if it was down to the estranged couple struggling to find a renter, or if the property was taken off the market for other reasons.
It is believed that the apartment lay empty since.
The dead body of a woman in her 40s has been found in the home of #HillaryClinton's top aide, Huma Abedin.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) July 11, 2018
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Their modern apartment, located on the 14th and 15th floors, has a view that overlooks Union Square Park and extends out over the midtown skyline.
There are 670 units in the apartment block, divided into four blocks: Gramercy, Village, Park, and University.
There is a communal pool, gym and grassy rooftop for residents to enjoy.
Neighbors at the luxury apartment block told NBC when police arrived on Tuesday evening, they believed the death is related to Weiner's conviction.
The former congressman is eligible to begin his three years supervised release in August 2019.