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FBI Releases The Vince Foster Files After 23 Years

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Former Bill Clinton White House Council, Vince Foster and Hillary Clinton (Image credit: NY Post).

Former Bill Clinton White House Council, Vince Foster and Hillary Clinton (Image credit: NY Post).

FBI Releases The Vince Foster Files After 23 Years

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FORT MARCY PARK, Virginia. The FBI released files relating to Vince Foster, Deputy White House Council under then President Bill Clinton. Foster was a childhood friend of Bill Clinton who allegedly committed suicide by an official report, however such report has come with high controversy.

23 Years For the FBI to Release Files on a “Suicide?”

Why it took 23 years for the FBI to release their files, when the official report claimed that Foster’s 1993 death was ruled a “suicide,” in-itself seems odd. But the tragic death had been kept away from the public eye for over two decades. This apparent secrecy, led to a couple of conspiracy theories surrounding to Foster’s untimely death.

The original investigation was led in part by prominent lawyer, Robert B. Fiske Jr. Fisk was appointed Special Counsel by Attorney General Janet Reno, who intern was appointed by then President Bill Clinton.

Foster filed three years of delinquent tax returns for the Clinton’s questionable Whitewater Corporation in 1993. Some claimed he was having an affair with Hillary Clinton.

The Washington Post wrote in 1994 that Foster was depressed, and that Hillary Clinton held some high level of anger toward Foster. This could have been related to Hillary Clinton’s Travel-Gate scandal.

Hillary Clinton Lied Under Oath – Report

A June 23, 2000 report by the Los Angeles Times suggested that there is substantial evidence that Hillary Clinton lied under oath and yet no charges would be filed against her.

“There is “substantial evidence” that First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton lied under oath in denying that she played a role in the 1993 White House travel office firings, independent counsel Robert W. Ray reported Thursday.”

— Source: Los Angeles Times, June 23, 2000

The Clinton’s were investigated by the FBI and other federal agencies in 1993 for apparent financial misdealings in the White House Travel Office. Hillary Clinton “allegedly engineered” the firing of some employees at WH Travel Office and replaced them with a company who had close ties to the Clintons.

“Soon after her husband became president in 1993, first lady Hillary Clinton allegedly engineered the firing of seven employees of the White House travel office and the hiring of a firm with ties to the Clintons to replace them. Multiple investigations absolved the president of involvement but Hillary Clinton was found to have made false statements to investigators.”

— Source: Washington Examiner, May 16, 2016

Did Hillary Clinton Push Foster to the Breaking Point?

FBI witnesses claimed Hillary Clinton ‘humiliate Foster mercilessly.’ Clinton reportedly (verbally and aggressively) attacked Foster in front of White House colleagues for ‘not protecting’ the Clinton’s then scandals.

“Foster was profoundly depressed, but Hillary lambasting him was the final straw because she publicly embarrassed him in front of others,” says Mr. Clemente, who, like Mr. Copeland, spoke about the investigation for the first time.

“Hillary blamed him for failed nominations, claimed he had not vetted them properly, and said in front of his White House colleagues, ‘You’re not protecting us’ and ‘You have failed us,’ ” Mr. Clemente says. “That was the final blow.”

— Source: Washington Times, June 1, 2016

In 2003, a key investigator and U.S. attorney came forward to publicly challenge the official timeline of Foster’s death. The investigator claimed that ‘the FBI was told to back down and the (Bill Clinton) White House knew about the Foster death before a 911 call was made.’

Vince Foster’s Death Not a Suicide Claims Report

In 1999 a court unsealed a 511 page report that discuses in part that Fosters death was a professional hit, and there was evidence of obstruction of justice.

“A three-judge federal panel yesterday unsealed a 511-page report, submitted by Kenneth Starr grand jury witness Patrick Knowlton in June, which — in the view of its authors — presents incontrovertible evidence of conspiracy and cover-up by the Justice Department and the Office of the Independent Counsel in connection with their investigations into Vincent Foster’s death…”

“Foster couldn’t have fired the weapon with the gunshot residue the way it was left on his hands,” Clarke said.

“The residue was caused by Foster holding his hands consistent with a defensive posture.” That is, “His hands were spread open; he wasn’t touching the gun, though he seems to have been pushing the barrel away when the gunman pulled the trigger.”

…In Clarke’s opinion: “I think the evidence is consistent with a professional hit…”

— Source: Sarah Foster, WND, Sept. 15, 1999

Vanity Fair republished a January 5, 1996 New York Post cover that claimed, “Hillary did it.” We kind of doubt that Hillary Clinton actually pulled the trigger, but it seems that she may have contributed to the final straw that pushed Foster to his apparent suicide.

The Vanity Fair article links past Clinton scandals such as “Travelgate, Fostergate, Troopergate, Whitewatergate, Filegate, Chinagate, Commercegate, and Pardongate, among others.”

So it seems evident that historically, Clinton and controversy are synonymous. We discussed this in greater detail, covering more of the some 250 modern Clinton scandals in this report.

FBI Vince Foster Files

The Starr Report: The Death of Vincent W. Foster Jr.

by the Office of Independent Council  in RE: Madison Guarantee Savings and Loan Association.


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