Vince Foster Channeled by Karl Mollison 23Oct2018

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Vince Foster Channeled by Karl Mollison 23Oct2018

Vincent Walker Foster Jr. (January 15, 1945 – July 20, 1993) was a Deputy White House Counsel during the first six months of President Bill Clinton’s administration. He had been a partner at Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he was a colleague and friend of Hillary Rodham Clinton and where, as The Washington Post later wrote, he rose to “the pinnacle of the Arkansas legal establishment.”

The following is derived from the official account which is pretty incredible if one has studied the case and/or read Chris Ruddy’s book – The Strange Death of Vince Foster.

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. [Very unusual.]

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.

Subsequent investigations found that Foster was distraught over accusations and criticisms related to the White House Travel Office controversy. Foster had confided to friends and colleagues that he was considering resignation, but feared that he could not handle the “personal humiliation” of returning to Arkansas in defeat. Foster admitted to his sister that he was depressed shortly before his death, and he sought treatment for depression one day before committing suicide.

Although police found no evidence of foul play, several tabloids and right-leaning newsletters speculated that Foster’s death may have been a homicide, possibly involving the Clintons themselves. Subsequent investigations by White House special counsel Robert Fiske, and the Senate Banking Committee concluded that there was no evidence of a homicide. A final investigation, led by White House independent Counsel Kenneth Starr also concluded that there was no evidence to support the claim that Foster was murdered.

Starr’s report addressed several additional questions about physical and forensic evidence that had previously fueled speculation about the case. The report established that Foster owned the handgun used in the suicide, and confirmed that the body had not been moved from its position prior to its discovery by police. The report concluded “In sum, based on all of the available evidence, which is considerable, the OIC [Office of Independent Counsel] agrees with the conclusion reached by every official entity that has examined the issue: Mr. Foster committed suicide by gunshot in Fort Marcy Park on July 20, 1993.”

The suicide has nevertheless 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.”

From review by Michael B. Green at Vince Foster was murdered by or on behalf of the Clinton Administration because he was the Clintons’ private attorney, because they were dirty as mud on Whitewater, Madison Guaranty, and Capital Management Services; and because he had a genuine conscience that would spell trouble for the Clintons. The odds are strongly that it was done with the knowledge and participation of Bill Clinton, who fired FBI Chief William Sessions the day before the murder so that the FBI was decapitated and put under the control of Sessions’ nemesis, then denied jurisdiction over the case, which went to the U.S. Park Police which the White House controlled completely.

Foster was almost certainly poisoned or killed by injection, then shot in the head with a 1917 “throw-away” Colt revolver made from parts of several guns. His body was wrapped in a carpet, then driven in a car to Ft. Marcy Park where it was dumped in front of the first of two cannons, then later moved to the other cannon to foul forensic analysis. The powder burns on Foster’s hands were incompatible with suicide; there was no significant bleeding from his mouth, also incompatible with suicide because the heart continues pumping 30+ seconds after a gunshot to the brain; his shoes bore no grass or gravel/dirt marks from the path to where he was found, an impossibility but for being dumped there. Eyewitnesses were bullied, ignored, threatened or cajoled into supporting the Official Story. Both the initial Fiske Report and that by Kenneth Starr were blatant political cover-ups designed to conceal how Clinton staff lied about when they learned of the death and when they illegally entered Foster’s office and stripped it of evidence. Perhaps most intriguing for newcomers to Federal State Crimes and Cover-up is Chris Ruddy’s first-hand eyewitness account to how the inconvenient witness Patrick Knowlton had a dozen or more federal agents besiege him in public by walking toward him in a furious threatening manner and then abruptly turning aside at the last moment—done both to intimidate him and make him look like a nutcase were he to report this at his grand jury testimony the following day.

See also death-vincent-foster

Vince was the highest ranking Washington Official to die under very questionable circumstances since JFK and the efforts to convince the public his death was a suicide were extraordinary in terms of the cost and longevity of the so-called investigations.