By: Lexy | 07-28-2018 | Body Count
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Clinton Body Count Series: #8. The Murder of Vince Foster

This Series details the many “suicides” surrounding the “Clinton Crime Family”.

These cases are either quickly closed or still under investigation.

The eighth case I selected to write about is Vince Foster. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park off the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, outside Washington, D.C., on July 20, 1993. His death was ruled a suicide by five official investigations but remains a subject of conspiracy theories.

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It was July 20, 1993, six months after Bill Clinton took office as President of the United States, the White House Deputy Counsel, Vince Foster, told his secretary Deborah Gorham, "I'll be right back". He offered his co-worker Linda Tripp his M&Ms from his lunch and left his office. That was the last time Vince Foster was seen alive.

Park Police discovered Foster, dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, in Fort Marcy Park off the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, on July 20, 1993. Foster was holding a gun in his hand. An autopsy and subsequent investigation later confirmed that Foster had committed suicide by shooting himself once in the mouth with the .38 caliber revolver found at the scene.

The suicide has continued to fuel speculation: then-presidential candidate Donald Trump made news in 2016 when he remarked in an interview with the Washington Post that Foster's death was "very fishy", and added "I will say there are people who continue to bring it up because they think it was absolutely a murder. I don’t do that because I don’t think it’s fair.”

The FBI had discovered that a week before Foster’s death, Hillary held a meeting at the White House with Foster and other top aides to discuss her proposed healthcare legislation.

Hillary disagreed with a legal objection Foster raised at the meeting and ridiculed him in front of his peers, former FBI agent Coy Copeland and former FBI supervisory agent Jim Clemente confirmed.

“Hillary put him down really, really bad in a pretty good-size meeting,” Mr. Copeland says. “She told him he didn’t get the picture, and he would always be a little hick town lawyer who was obviously not ready for the big time.”

Hillary went so far as to blame Foster for all the Clintons’ problems and accuse him of failing them, according to Mr. Clemente, who was also assigned by the FBI to the Starr investigation and who probed the circumstances surrounding Foster’s suicide.

Foster was also the keeper of the files of the Clinton's Arkansas dealings and had indicated in a written memo that "Whitewater is a can of worms that you should NOT open!"

Vincent's position at the White House did not sit well with him. Days after a public speech stressing the value of personal integrity, he confided in friends and family that he was thinking of resigning his position.

A draft of a resignation letter was found torn into 27 pieces in a briefcase after his death.

The full text of the letter is as follows:

“I made mistakes from ignorance, inexperience, and overwork

I did not knowingly violate any law or standard of conduct

No one in The White House, to my knowledge, violated any law or standard of conduct, including any action in the travel office. There was no intent to benefit any individual or a specific group

The FBI lied in their report to the AG

The press is covering up the illegal benefits they received from the travel staff

The GOP has lied and misrepresented its knowledge and role and covered up a prior investigation

The Ushers Office plotted to have excessive costs incurred, taking advantage of Kaki and HRC

The public will never believe the innocence of the Clintons and their loyal staff

The WSJ editors lie without consequence

I was not meant for the job or the spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered a sport.”

Does this sound like a resignation or a suicide note?

Foster spent the morning in his office and was in attendance at the White House announcement of Louis Freeh as the new head of the FBI earlier in the day (passing by the checkpoint manned by White House uniformed guard Styles).

This is a key point. The White House is the most secure private residence in the world, equipped with a sophisticated entry control system and video surveillance system installed by the Mitre Corporation.

There is no record that exists that Vincent Foster left the White House under his own power on July 20th, 1993. No video of him exiting the building exists. No logbook entry shows he checked out of the White House.

Several hours after he was last seen inside the White House, Vincent Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park.

The death was ruled a suicide.

The first witness to find the body insisted there had been no gun near the body. The memory in Foster's pager had been erased. Critical evidence began vanishing. Witnesses were harassed or ignored.

There were suggestions the body had been moved. A Secret Service memo surfaced which reported that Foster's body was found in his car.

Prior to the arrival of the U.S. Park Police, Foster's office at the White House was being looted. Secret Service agent Henry O' Neill watched as Hillary Clinton's chief of staff, Margaret Williams, carried boxes of papers out of Vince Foster's office before the Park Police showed up to seal it off.

The official identification of Vince Foster's body by Craig Livingstone did not take place until 10 PM. A Secret Serviceman saw Craig Livingstone remove items from Vince Foster's office in violation of the official seal.

Three witnesses noted that Patsy Thomason, director of the White House's Office of Administration, was desperately trying to find the combination to Foster's safe. Thomason finally opened the safe, with the help of a special "MIG" technical team. Two envelopes reported to be in the safe by Foster's secretary Deborah Gorham, addressed to Janet Reno and to William Kennedy III, were never seen again. When asked the following day regarding rumors of the safe opening, Mack McLarty told reporters Foster's office did not have a safe, a claim immediately shot down by former occupants of that office.

The following day the Park Police arrived for the official search of Foster's office. They were shocked to learn that Nussbaum, Thomason, and Williams had entered the office.

Conflicts arose through Janet Reno's Department of Justice resulted in the Park Police sitting outside Foster's office while Bernard Nussbaum continued his own search of Foster's office. During this search, he opened Foster's briefcase, which was empty. Three days later, it was claimed that this same briefcase was where the torn up suicide note was discovered.

The documents that were removed from Foster's office by Hillary Clinton's chief of staff, Margaret Williams, were taken to the private residential area of the White House.

One set of billing records, under subpoena for two years, also thought to have originated in Foster's office, turned up in the private quarters of the White House, with Hillary's fingerprints on them

Who ordered the office looting?

Bill Clinton was in an interview with Larry King. Hillary Clinton was on the phone from Little Rock to someone at the White House in the moments before the looting took place.

In Little Rock, Foster's friends weren't buying the suicide story. Doug Buford, friend, and attorney, stated, "…something was badly askew." Foster's brother-in-law, a former congressman, did not accept that depression was what had been behind the "suicide": "That's a bunch of crap." And Webster Hubbell, former Clinton deputy attorney general, phoned a mutual friend to say, "Don't believe a word you hear. It was not suicide. It couldn't have been."

Outside experts not connected the official investigation also had their doubts.

Vincent J. Scalise, a former NYC detective, Fred Santucci, a former forensic photographer for NYC, and Richard Saferstein, former head of the New Jersey State Crime Lab formed a team and did an investigation of the VWF case for the Western Journalism Center of Fair Oaks, Calif. They arrived at several conclusions:

(1) Homicide cannot and should not be ruled out.

(2) The position of the arms and legs of the corpse were inconsistent with suicide.

(3) The investigators noted that in their 50 years of combined experience they had "never seen a weapon or gun positioned in a suicide's hand in such an orderly fashion."

(4) Foster’s body was possibly in contact with one or more carpets prior to his death. The team was amazed that the carpet in the trunk of Foster’s car had not been studied to see whether he had been carried to the park in the trunk of his own car.

(5) The force of the gun's discharge probably knocked his glasses flying; however, it is "inconceivable" that they could have traveled thirteen feet through foliage to the site where they were found, concluding the scene possibly was tampered with.

(6) The lack of blood and brain tissue at the site suggests he was carried to the scene. The peculiar tracking pattern of the blood on his right cheek also suggests that he was moved.

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Two investigations, the first led by Robert Fiske and the second by Kenneth Starr, concluded Foster suffered a single, self-inflicted wound. A simple suicide. Case closed.

Newly discovered evidence unearthed from boxes stored in the National Archives lend credence to theories of foul play.

The latest piece to the puzzle was uncovered by two citizen researchers, one of whom was a witness involved in the case from the start.

What had only been suspicions about missing death-scene photographs are now listed as facts in public documents.

The smoking-gun information comes from two documents: a two-page letter of resignation and a 31-page memo both written by Starr’s lead prosecutor, Miguel Rodriguez.

Rodriguez refers in his letter to photographs showing a wound on Foster’s neck. A wound that did not exist according to accounts in Starr’s official government report.

How could a suicide victim be found with two wounds – a .38-caliber gunshot into the mouth that exited through his head and another wound on the right side of his neck that one of the paramedics described as a small-caliber bullet hole? Why would the government investigators go to great lengths to cover that up?

The newly discovered evidence has been sitting, unnoticed or ignored by the media, in the National Archives and Records Administration for years.

In 2009, two documents created by Rodriguez were discovered in the archives by researchers Hugh Turley and Patrick Knowlton.

Knowlton was not just any researcher. He was a grand-jury witness who happened to be in Fort Marcy Park the day Foster died and noticed discrepancies in Starr’s report.

Allan Favish, a Los Angeles attorney; took a Freedom of Information Act case all the way to the Supreme Court seeking access to photographs of Foster’s body as it lay in the park. Favish said he started looking into the case shortly after Foster’s death in 1993.

It was Favish who brought the National Archive discoveries by Turley and Knowlton to the attention of WND.

“It all started in the mid-1990s, not too long after Foster’s death, and I saw on the Internet, which was very unsophisticated at the time, some people posting things about the death,” Favish told WND. “Hugh Turley was involved very early on along with Knowlton.”

Rodriguez mentioned the existence of original photographs showing a wound to Foster’s neck – the same photographic evidence Favish had been seeking in legal battles that stretched from 1997 through 2004.

Favish’s request for the missing photos was ultimately denied in 2004 by a unanimous decision of the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Rodriguez letter blows holes in the government’s conclusion that Foster’s body had a single self-inflicted gunshot wound.

“At meetings and via memoranda, I specifically indicated my disagreement that there existed ‘overwhelming evidence’ that Foster committed suicide where he was found at Ft. Marcy Park,” Rodriguez wrote to Starr in his resignation letter.

Rodriguez went on to cite 12 ways the investigation was compromised.

Witness statements had not been accurately reflected in official FBI reports, he told Starr.

Even more troubling was the treatment of death-scene photographs.

Four paramedics recalled seeing Foster’s neck wound when they had their memories “refreshed” by “new photographic evidence,” Rodriguez told Starr. Rodriguez indicates the FBI had originally shown these witnesses “blurred and obscured blowups of copies of (Polaroid and 35mm) photographs.”

What the FBI had apparently done was to use a Polaroid camera to take pictures of the original Polaroid pictures, essentially producing blurry “copies of copies.”

The FBI claimed some of the original photos taken by Park Police had been under-exposed and were useless. Rodriguez found the original images buried in a file and took them to an independent photo lab used by the Smithsonian Institute and had them enhanced. He was astounded at what they showed. What had once been a blurred spot on the neck, possibly a blood stain as claimed by the FBI, was now clearly something much more.

One of the paramedics, Richard Arthur, described it as a bullet hole about the size of a .22-caliber round.

In January 2001 Favish filed a motion requesting permission to take a deposition from Rodriguez so he could question him about the photos. His motion was denied by a U.S. District Court judge in Los Angeles and ignored by the appeals court in D.C.

Rodriguez went on to explain in his resignation letter that after he produced the new photographic evidence he came under personal attack by Starr’s staff.

“After uncovering this information, among other facts, my own conduct was questioned and I was internally investigated,” Rodriguez wrote. “I steadfastly maintained, and continue to maintain, that I, at all times, conducted myself as an experienced and trained prosecutor, with years of federal prosecutorial experience and federal grand jury experience.”

Rodriquez concluded that he believed there was sufficient evidence “to continue the grand jury inquiry into the many questions surrounding Foster’s death.”

Instead, he was told the grand-jury probe would be abruptly ended and his work would be placed under review.

“In effect, for raising the above questions, I was forced out of my job,” he wrote to Starr.

He ended his resignation letter to Starr with a stinging epithet:

“I no longer believe in the dynamics of the decision-making process presently employed in your Washington, D.C., office.”

The other key document found in the National Archives is a 31-page memo from Rodriguez that also refers to the second wound on Foster’s neck.

At pages 18-19 of the memorandum, Rodriguez stated that one of the photos “clearly depicts a dark, burnt appearing, blood area on Foster’s neck.”

He further stated that he reminded one of Starr’s deputy counsels that “only two identical sets of 18 polaroid photographs were provided to the Office of Independent Counsel. One photo clearly depicts a dark, burnt appearing, blood area on Foster’s neck. The D.C. medical examiner who observed the photo stated “if the picture were cropped and without knowing more, the burnt blood patch looked like a bullet hole or puncture wound. Based on my own experience and training I am confident the traumatized area was caused by a ‘stun-gun’ or ‘taser’ type weapon.”

“In addition, I pointed out that the third EMT to the body, EMT Richard Arthur, concluded that there was a puncture wound or bullet wound on Foster’s neck. I offered that such a wound(s) would explain the upper right shoulder blood.”

Rodriguez’s findings from the enhanced photographs were not included in Starr’s report.

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Rodriguez’s resignation letter to Starr dated Jan. 17, 1995, says he was quitting because the evidence was being overlooked in a rush to judgment in favor of suicide and closing the grand-jury investigation.

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Examining the Foster Crime Scene

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The Vincent Foster Fact Sheet

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The Gun

What do you think? Do you think Vince Foster went to the park, unnoticed by anyone, and shot himself in the head? If so, why are all crime scene and autopsy photos sealed? It’s about time we get answers. If they have nothing to hide then unseal the evidence.

More to come.

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13 Comment/s
Jo No. 32594 2018-07-28 : 22:53

There is a lot of information in this article that I hadn’t previously heard. It sure does not sound like a suicide to me. I’m really loving this series. Great job. Someday, maybe the Clintons will pay for their crimes?

AynRandFan No. 32597 2018-07-28 : 23:14

Once again Lexy–fabulous research on this phenomenon that seems to kill people at an enormous rate on the NIH main causes of death!

DeplorableRN No. 32599 2018-07-28 : 23:46

Great article Lexy. The best one yet I believe. I can’t understand why any of the record would be sealed. If it was a simple suicide then there would be no reason for the record to be sealed.

Jayne No. 32600 2018-07-28 : 23:55

Wow! So much information I hadn't know before, Definitely worth a read,

Good job, Lexy!

MaryEllen No. 32601 2018-07-29 : 00:07

Your articles are certainly keep me riveted Lexy! How is it there are no real investigations into all these deaths?? There is so much evidence for these cases to be reopened!

Mona No. 32622 2018-07-29 : 03:43

Fabulous article Lexy, the documenarty very well done exposes so much of Bill Clinton’s shady and unlawful dealings in Arkansas-the cloud over the suspicious Vince Foster death-why haven’t these been te-opened in light of questionable actions of HRC

BamaCowboy No. 32644 2018-07-29 : 13:32


Vera No. 32646 2018-07-29 : 14:08

Extremely interesting. I have not followed this story before, but may now. Problem is, there’s so much else with which to keep up.

Robert No. 32658 2018-07-29 : 16:40

Excellent article Lexy. Your articles are well researched and important for spreading the truth. Which by the way is suspiciously missing in current journalism. Thanks for your service to the American people who are craving TRUTH.

Bill No. 32663 2018-07-29 : 17:30

Was there powder residue on his hand that fired a handgun?

Matthew No. 32674 2018-07-29 : 18:39

Y'all are really gonna ignore the fact that Harambe died right around the time Hilary Clinton started running for office? I think this should be looked into next.

Great article! I always look forward to these!

Rock Solid Reporting! No. 32701 2018-07-29 : 22:32

Excellent well researched and professionally written article ! The #ClintonCrimeFamily is without any doubt in my mind guilty as sin for ordering these numerous murders. In the meantime he liberals continue to believe obvious lies with zero facts & the Mockingbird media’s fake news to Help them stay oblivious to reality.

They instead think it’s great Obama was spotted at a Beyoncé & JayZ (Satan lovers) concert!

chuck No. 33246 2018-08-06 : 09:13

what a pile of horseshit. get a life.

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