Hillary Clinton with the late Vince Foster
22 years have passed since Vince Foster allegedly ended his life, by shooting himself in the head on July 20, 1993. Foster was said to have been depressed, at the time of his suicide, but don’t know whether to take those reports at face value.
There have been reports, that Foster knew too much about the shady dealings on the Clintons, and was shot and then staged to appear as if he had committed suicide.
BACKGROUND ON VINCE FOSTER – He was born Vincent Walker “Vince” Foster Jr. on January 15, 1945 in Hope, Arkansas. He was a childhood friend and neighbor of future president Bill Clinton as a youngster. Foster joined the Rose Law Firm in 1971 and later helped Hillary Rodham gain employment with the law firm.
He was chosen Outstanding Lawyer of the Year in 1993, by the Arkansas Bar Association. Foster was appointed as White House Defense Counsel, but that did not go that well, when he submitted the names of three people, who were rejected by Congress, as political appointees.
The Travelgate incident concerned the firings of seven employees and Foster and Hillary Clinton were reportedly involved in the firings.
Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster became worried about the firings about to take place and ordered the KPMG Peat Marwick review. The review started on May 14 and the report was given to the White House on May 17. KPMG was unable to do an actual audit, because there were so few records in the Travel Office that could be audited and because the office did not use the double-entry bookkeeping system that audits are based upon. One KPMG representative later described the office as “an ungodly mess in terms of records” with ten years of material piled up in a closet. When the review came back with its reports of irregularities, Watkins went ahead with the terminations on May 19.
It would be only two months after the firings, that Foster would allegedly end his life on July 20, 1993.
We may never know what happened the night that Foster is said to have committed suicide. One of the 101 peculiarities is that nobody heard gunshots, but that could be because Foster may have been killed elsewhere and then brought to the staged scene, where it would appear that he committed suicide. The closest house was 490 feet away, which equals to 163 yards, which is equivalent to a football field, plus another 63 yards of a second football field.
These are a few of the peculiarities mentioned in The Vince Foster Case:
1. The man who discovered the body in Ft. Marcy Park says he was curious about the cause of death and looked closely for a gun. He emphatically says there was no gun in either hand. The FBI put great pressure on this witness to change his testimony. Why? Did he interrupt the staging of a suicide that was only completed after he had left the scene?
15. Medical technician Richard Arthur was one of the first to reach the death scene. Arthur emphatically says he saw an automatic pistol in Foster’s hand. His description of the weapon is very precise and correctly matches the profile of an automatic. He adamantly swears it had a barrel with straight lines as opposed to a tubular shape and a hand grip that was “square in shape.” If his testimony is correct, it suggests an automatic was replaced with a revolver sometime after the
18. Five homes are located an average of 490 feet from the crime scene, yet nobody in the neighborhood heard a shot. The residence of the Saudi Arabia ambassador is 700 feet from the crime scene. Guards at the residence heard no shot. Presumably the sound of a shot would greatly alarm trained bodyguards. This anomaly is neatly accounted for if (1) a silencer was used, or (2) Foster was shot at another location.
The complete list of peculiarities surrounding the Vince Foster suicide:
With Hillary Clinton about to announce her run, for the Presidency in 2016 we can expect fresh looks at the Whitewater scandal, the Travelgate scandal, and the Vince Foster suicide, This is in addition to the questions being raised, about her time as Secretary of State.