Suicide, CIA Cover-Up Or Murder: Annie Börjesson’s Death

Even though the police ruled it to be a suicide, many believe otherwise, and for good reason.

The Mystique
6 min readNov 3, 2021
Annie Börjesson | Photo Credits: Sky News

Annie Börjesson’s body was found on December 4, 2005, on a Scotland beach. The case was simple for the Edinburgh police- they ruled it to be a suicide. But, for Annie’s family and many others, that was far from the truth. Her case was not only mishandled, but the reasons for it shed light on a dark and chilling conspiracy. No one knows the truth, but one fact is clear: it wasn’t a suicide.

Murdered By A Sexual Predator?

Prestwick beach, where Annie’s body was found | Photo Credits: Daily Star

Annie was a multi-talented, loving 30-year-old Swedish woman who knew five languages by heart, loved to play rugby, and was active in a band that played all over Europe. A woman brimming with the promise of a well-lived life, her body was found at 8:30 a.m. on an Edinburgh beach, washed in by the sea. Other than being infamously poorly investigated, a suspicious man named Martin Leslie lies at the root of the mystery.

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