George Hunt hosts a 3 part series of videos about the late diaspora co-founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy with the looming topic of, was he murdered? Ilya was a 22 year old website developer who was working on a project nicknamed the Facebook Killer because it was such a good model that it could have rid the world of Facebook users. That being said, with all the hype in the social media world and big bank investors and large amounts of grant funding being tossed into the world of social media, would they just allow a couple of young college students walk in and destroy their plans to control the world through social media.
President Obama’s visit to the Silicon Valley on February 17th, 2011 brought billions of dollars in grants to the world of social media, the grant would invest in the advancement of a technological control in social media. At this same time a group of young college students were also creating a site dubbed the Facebook Killer. Diaspora co-founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy was found dead on November 12, 2011, maybe it’s just a coincidence but it seems all too similar and George Hunt investigates this not as suicide but as if Ilya was murdered.
George continues his investigation on the death of Diaspora co-founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy. George was likely the only person to suggest a murder rather than a suicide, what all the press fed the news with. All the news was cluttered with headings of Suicide, Suicide, Suicide Note… The truth is that there wasn’t a suicide note and he died of suffocation, better yet he was probably murdered because Ilya and his social site Diaspora could effectively ruin the social media site and its competitors could lose billions of dollars if they allowed them to continue down the path they were on.
A special video presented by George Hunt who talks about the death of Ilya Zhitomirskiy. Ilya Zhitomirskiy was a young and very intelligent man who worked with his acquaintances to develop a social media website called Diaspora. Diaspora is still in its developmental stages but it was gaining a lot of recognition as a great alternative to other social sites like Facebook. George talks about how the death of Ilya Zhitomirskiy was in all likelihood a murder and he talks about how this could have come about and who might be behind it. Was it a paramour brought about by the competitive website he was developing? George was the first person to question the death and now he wants to know, Who Killed Ilya Zhitomirskiy.
From: George W. Hunt, January 25, 2012, Longmont Colorado
Who caused the death of Ilya Zhitomirskiy, the founder of the “Diaspora” social site? The silence of the San Francisco Coroner’s Office suggests to me that foul play may have been the cause of his sudden death at 22 years of age. The facts of his alleged “suicide” are being suppressed for some reason. It has been 48 days since his death. The San Francisco Coroner’s Office announced on November 12, 2011, that the autopsy results would be ready in about 21 days (“three weeks”). I called the San Francisco Coroner on January 22, 2012 for the autopsy results and the examiner’s assistant replied that no report has yet been released. Today is the 48th day since his death and I feel that something may be very wrong within the Coroner’s jurisdiction. I feel that someone is retarding the autopsy report as a regular autopsy would never take so long to complete.
I phoned the San Francisco Coroner’s office on January 12, 2012, the 45th day after Ilya’s death. The examiner’s assistant confirmed that the medical report had not yet been announced. My question is: Are Ilya’s autopsy results being delayed while the public forgets this very sad event? Another question: Could Diaspora’s competitors affecting the autopsy results and the delays? Bribes and threats can change autopsy results if the price is high eniough and the threat is frightening enough, so my prayer is that the Coroner and staff involved in Ilya’s autopsy not submit to coercion and threats if such are being applied.
At the time of Ilya’s death he was not depressed according to friends who knew him well—(though their remarks were somehow not mentioned much in the media). The papers and the Internet quickly called Ilya’s death an alleged suicide. Perhaps the journalists should have called his death an alleged murder. Ilya was taking on some big social media sites such as Google, Facebook and others. His invention offered valid personal privacy options that competing social sites recognized as a very large threat to their commercial power and greed..
Ilya had some minor cash flow problems which were aggravated by PayPal’s illegal delaying the funds pouring into Dispora—those “Go for it Ilya!” contributions for his social site project. Diaspora and Ilya were prepared to outclass the major social sites such as Google and Facebook . Somebody in the social site business may have been jealous and fearful that Ilya was on the road to success. May Ilya rest in peace.
Sincerely, George W. Hunt email@example.com