The Two Worlds Paradigm Example of the Death of Vince Foster

Since I am doing a post about the death of Ron Brown, It makes sense to do a parallel post about the death of another member of the corrupt Clinton Administration, Vince Foster. Vince Foster served as Deputy White House Counsel during the first six months of the Clinton Administration when he suddenly died. This is another rabbit hole to be gone down but as with the case of Ron Brown, I am going to start with explaining the true circumstances of his death and then work backwards from there to show how and why he died the way he did. So here goes the Two Worlds Paradigm example of the Death of Vince Foster.

False World Explanation:

Vince Foster committed suicide due to depression.

Real World Explanation:

Vince Foster was murdered and his death made to look like suicide. In other words, Vince Foster was suicided.

Summary of the Case

Forty-eight-year-old Vince Foster was a White House Deputy Counsel and friend to President Bill Clinton. On July 20, 1993, he was found dead in Fort Marcy Park about a mile from CIA Headquarters across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. He had been shot once in the head; the wound was apparently self-inflicted.  Two investigations, by the National Parks Police and the FBI, concluded that he had committed suicide.

On the morning leading to his apparent suicide, Foster had attended a photo op at a Rose Garden ceremony with both Clintons; however the White House surveillance films of Foster and the last photos of Foster and the Clintons were not discussed by the media or the investigators. 

 At the time of his death, he became a central figure in the “Whitewater Scandal.”  There is suspicion that he was killed because of intimate knowledge about the Whitewater scandal that he possessed and would have disclosed to investigators.

External Links

Death of Vince Foster (Part 1)

Death of Vince Foster (Part 2)

Death of Vince Foster (Part 3)

More to Come

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