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33,745.  Jon Parnell Walker – Whitewater investigator for Resolution Trust Corp.  Jumped to his death from his Arlington Virginia apartment balcony 15th August 1993.  Was investigating Morgan Guarantee scandal.  ibid. 

 

33,746.  Barbara Wise - Commerce department staffer.  Worked closely with Ron Brown and John Huang.  Cause of death unknown.  Died 29th November 1996.  Her bruised nude body was found locked in her office at the department of commerce.  ibid. 

 

33,747.  Charles Meissner – assistant secretary of commerce who gave John Huang special security clearance, died shortly thereafter in a small plane crash.  ibid.

 

33,748.  Dr Stanley Heard – chairman of the national chiropractic health care advisory committee died with his attorney Steve Dickson in a small plane crash ...  ibid.

 

33,749.  Barry Seal – drug-running pilot out of Arkansas; death was no accident.  ibid.

 

33,750.  Johnny Lawhorn junior – mechanic – found a check made out to Clinton in the trunk of a car left in his repair shop.  ibid.

 

33,751.  Stanley Huggins – suicide.  Investigated Madison Guarantee.  His report was never released.  ibid.

 

33,752.  Hershell Friday – attorney and Clinton fund-raiser died 1st March 1994 when his plane exploded.  ibid.

 

33,753.  Kevin Ives and Don Henry – known as ‘the boys on the track’ case.  Reports say the boys may have stumbled upon the Mena Arkansas Airport drug operation ... The following seven people had information on the Ives/Henry case: Keith Coney – died ... Keith McKaskell – died ... Gregory Collins - died ... Jeff Rhodes - he was shot ... James Milan - found decapitated ... Jordan Kettleson - was found shot ... Richard Winters ... killed ...  ibid.

 

33,754.  The following Clinton bodyguards are dead: Major William S Barkley junior, Captain Scott J Reynolds, Sgt Brain Haney, Sgt Tim Sabel, Major General William Robertson, Col William Densberger, Col Robert Kelly, Spec. Gary Rhodes, Steve Willis, Robert Williams, Conway LeBleu, Todd McKeehan.  ibid.

 

 

33,755.  Paul v Clinton – What we have here is the largest election law fraud in the history of the United States.  John Armor, Constitutional Law specialist, case alleging $2 million in undeclared election contributions

 

 

33,756.  Hillary’s skill has been in seeing to it that obvious crimes didn’t reach the level of being placed in front of a jury.  John Armor 

 

 

33,757.  Deep Water: How the President’s men tried to hinder the Whitewater investigation.  Time magazine front cover

 

 

33,758.  Clinton .. purposely deceived me, using the possibility of joining the ROTC as ploy ... Purposely deceiving the military ... Both in concealing his anti-military activities overseas and his counterfeit intentions for later military service.  Colonel Eugene Holmes

 

 

33,759.  My name would be mud, my FBI career would be over, and I might even be in danger, if the stories coming from Little Rock were true – about how so many enemies of the Clintons ended up having so many accidents.  Gary Aldrich, special FBI agent assigned to White House

 

 

33,760.  Clinton: the most corrupt, fraudulent and dishonest president we have ever known.  (Clinton & United States & President & Insult)  Mark Helprin, Wall Street Journal contributing editor

 

 

33,761.  Starr Finds a Case For Impeachment in Perjury, Obstruction, Tampering.  The New York Times headline 12th September 1999

 

 

33,762.  The finance director for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s senate campaign is in trouble with the law.  Fox News

 

 

33,763.  When I was in government a lot of great things happened under me.  Rory Bremner’s impersonation

 

 

33,764.  Bill Clinton had come into office with notions of an heroic presidency.  Clinton I: The Comeback Kid, PBS

 

33,765.  At first Clinton’s response to the [Flowers] scandal was evasive.  ibid.

 

33,766.  The press called him Slick Willie.  ibid.

 

33,767.  Hillary had to deal with Bill’s constant womanising ... Their relationship hit rock bottom.  ibid.

 

33,768.  Clinton’s letter sounded to many like the confession of a draft dodger.  ibid.

 

 

33,769.  In 1992 after 20 years of thrilling highs and gut-wrenching falls, Bill and Hillary had at last achieved their highest goal.  Clinton II: Blood Sport, PBS caption

 

33,770.  Millions of others had responded to his campaign message of change.  ibid.

 

33,771.  The economic crisis that had propelled him into office showed few signs of abating.  ibid.

 

33,772.  Other capitulations quickly followed.  ibid.

 

33,773.  A series of scandals including Travelgate and Hairgate flared in the press.  ibid.

 

33,774.  There was speculation about the real cause of his [Vince Foster’s] death.  Attention focused mainly on some files mysteriously removed from Foster’s office after his death, including documents relating to an old Arkansas land deal – Whitewater.  ibid.

 

33,775.  He lacked confidence as a Commander in Chief.  ibid.

 

33,776.  Rwanda ... The Clinton administration did virtually nothing to stop the slaughter.  (Clinton & Foreign Relations US)  ibid.

 

33,777.  Hillary’s health care bill lost support.  ibid.

 

 

33,778.  With Gingrich in the spotlight, Clinton seemed increasingly peripheral.  Clinton III: The Real President, PBS

 

33,779.  The violence in Bosnia reached a climax in the summer of 1995.  A new set of European leaders implored Clinton to act.  (Clinton & Foreign Relations US)  ibid.

 

33,780.  He could once again call himself the Comeback Kid ... taking 31 states and 70% of the electoral votes.  ibid.

 

 

33,781.  In 1995 after three years as president, Bill Clinton had begun to find his voice at home and even developed a new vision of America’s interests abroad.  Despite Hillary’s billing records scandal, the Clintons’ prospects for the future were looking brighter than ever.  The Clintons IV: The Survivor

 

33,782.  Bill Clinton had been carrying on his affair with Monica Lewinsky for over a year.  ibid.

 

33,783.  Before Clinton faced Starr, however, he had to face Hillary.  ibid.

 

33,784.  On Saturday December 19th the House of Representatives voted along party lines to impeach the president on two of four counts involving obstruction of prejudice and perjury.  ibid.

 

 

33,785.  It is time to heal America.  And so we must say to every American: Look beyond the stereotypes that blind us.  We need each other.  All of us – we need each other.  We don’t have a person to waste.  And yet for too long politicians have told the most of us that are doing all right that what's really wrong with America is the rest of us.  Them.  Them, the minorities.  Them, the liberals.  Them, the poor.  Them, the homeless.  Them, the people with disabilities.  Them, the gays.  We've gotten to where we've nearly them'ed ourselves to death.  Them and them and them.  But this is America.  There is no them; there's only us.  One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty, and justice, for all.  (Clinton & United States)  Bill Clinton, A Place Called Hope 1992

 

33,786.  I end tonight where it all began for me: I still believe in a place called Hope.  (Clinton & Hope)  ibid.

 

 

33,787.  End welfare as we know it.  (Clinton & Welfare)  Bill Clinton 1992

 

 

33,788.  When I was in England I experimented with marijuana a time or two – and didn’t like it – and didn’t inhale and never tried inhaling again.  (Clinton & Cannabis & Smoke)  Bill Clinton, television interview 1992

 

 

33,789.  The road to tyranny, we must never forget, begins with the destruction of the truth.  (Clinton & Tyranny & Truth)  Bill Clinton 1995

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