Quotes On Vince Foster Death And Related Issues
The death of Clinton White House Deputy Counsel Vince Foster is riddled in controversy. This investigation takes a look at his death and details facts and corcumstances that tend to indicate that Vince Foster did not commit suicide. Aside from the actual crime scene investigation, a background on the work Vince Foster was involved in had to do with containing numerous Clinton scandals and exposes an array of evidence that would tend to lead to reasons for his death. While researching the Clinton scandals Foster was in charge of containing as Clinton's attorney, many other strange deaths are uncovered. The murder of private investigator Jerry Parks is especially alarming since he had conducted investigtions on various ladies Bill Clinton had affairs with and had spoken with Vince Foster a week before his death about these files The lead investigator, Miguel Rodriguez, resigned after Ken Starr canceled a grand jury probe to develop the truth and after he had located ahidden photograph that revealed Foster had a bullet wound in his neck. The date and time of the autopsy was changed and investigators from the Park Police were not present to observe all of the autopsy. The position of the body is highly suspect. Four experienced homicide investigators looked into the Foster death. They were Arthur Nascarella, Gene Wheaton, Fred Santoshi and Vincent Scalise. They all said the same thing. The death scene looked staged and Vince Foster did not die in Fort Mercy Park.
Evidence That Indicates Vince Foster Did Not Commit Suicide And There Was A Cover-Up Found In This Investigative Report: Patrick Knowlton stated that Foster's car was not in the parking lot during a time period after the time of death had been established. Foster's fingerprints were not found on the gun and Foster didn't own the gun found in his hand. The gun was not traceable and only two bullets had been in the gun. No other ammo for the gun was owned by Foster. The FBI determined that the body had been moved based on blood flow analysis. The powder marks on Foster's hands indicate he could not have fired the gun. A gun remaining in one's hand after shooting oneself in the head or mouth is highly unlikely. The lack of blood at the crime scene is suspisious. Carpet fibers were found all over the body. Long blond hairs and traces of semen were found on Foster's underwear. No exit bullet, skull fragments or exit brain tissue was ever found at the crime scene. A witness saw someone who looked like Foster being carried into Fort Marcy Park. Gunpowder tests found on Foster's cloths did not match the gun. Crime scene technicians saw a bullet wound in the neck that is not in the autopsy report. There is evidence that Foster didn't leave the White House Complex in his car but walked over to the Old Executive Office Building. Foster's car keys were not found in his pocket or at the crime scene. A crime scene technician saw tramped areas below the body and one saw someone fleeing the area at the bottom of the brim. No witnesses heard any gunshots. Forensic evidence from Foster's shoes indicate hat he did not walk the dirt paths to the location of where the body was found. There were back entrances to the park that had been altered during the official investigations. X-Ray photos and crime scene photos are missing.
Linda Tripp was one of the last people to see Vince Foster before he exited the West Wing. Both Linda Tripp and
Hillary Clinton Billing Records From Her Rose Law Firm Days Had Been Missing. Records Had Been Taken From Vince Foster’s
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Confidential Investigative Report