More troubles for Hillary Clinton, and this time it involves her long time friend and speculated love affair, dead Clinton counsel Vince Foster.
FBI documents linking Hillary to the botched “suicide” of Vince Foster have vanished from National Archives according to Ronald Kessler, a New York Times bestselling author.
Vince Foster’s suicide note was proven to be a forgery by several experts. Here is a copy of the note below.
A translation for those that can barely see this document it says.
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 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 sport
This suicide note did a lot to clear the Clintons of any wrongdoing. However, no one writes a suicide note like this. In fact, the National Archives document below is hard evidence that Vince Foster was murdered.
The document states a “second wound to Foster’s neck.” Not only is this an impossibility – for someone to kill themselves twice with a pistol – but let’s connect the dots of Clinton associate Sandy Berger stealing documents from the National Archive. Were these documents concerning Hillary and Bill Clinton and the death of Vince Foster?
Additionally, witness Patrick Knowlton stopped in Fort Marcy Park to urinate just hours before White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster’s body was found. Knowlton saw another car with Arkansas license plates in the parking lot, but not Foster’s – it was a different colored car. He also was alarmed by the menacing-looking occupant of that vehicle, who he says “was thuggish.”
However, Knowlton’s statement was completely misrepresented by the FBI. When he went public with his protests, strange things started happening around Knowlton. He experienced systematic harassment on the street – witnessed by two reporters. When he was called before Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr’s grand jury, he was pummeled by the prosecutor.
“What I know is true Vince Fosters Car was a Gray 89 Honda accord, The car I saw there was a Brown 83 Honda accord, and there story falls apart with me because guess what?
He was already dead at the time they said he drove to the park but it would be pretty impossible to drive to the park without your car there.” ~Patrick Knowlton
Knowlton was also a Grand Jury witness in the Whitewater case scandal that involved Bill and Hillary Clinton. Years later, it was revealed that Hillary Clinton concealed Whitewater documents at their home when they were found with her fingerprints. Hillary and Bill were involved in lucrative loan scams with the Rose Law Firm.
Here are the Rose Law Firm Documents:
Google, shilling for Hillary, has begun hiding the Clinton body count from autocomplete searches. At this point, with the mountain pilling up on them it’s increasingly easier to believe that a crime family has murdered their enemies for the past thirty years. With quotes like “It’s fun to watch fictional politicians get away with murder” from Bill Clinton, it’s a matter of a house of cards collapsing in on them both.
“But the thing about ‘Scandal’ and ‘House of Cards’ that makes it fun to watch is that I can’t imagine that either a President Spacey or the president’s chief of staff on ‘Scandal’ could really get away with murder I wish I’d known about that when I was in office,” the 42nd president added, before wondering aloud, “You know, think of all the opportunities I’ve missed … so little time … so many people had it coming. Crazy.” ~Bill Clinton