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Hillary and Vince: a story of love, death, and cover-up

Hillary and Vince: a story of love, death, and cover-up

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The death by gunshot of Hillary Clinton's lover, lawyer, and best friend in 1993 was the highest suspicious death of a government official since JFK. Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster handled the Clinton's most secretive matters and hired investigators to track down and threaten dozens of women sleeping with Bill. Among the many very questionable items in the investigation of Vince Foster's death are the following: The coroner's report says x-rays were taken, but the he testified to Senators none were taken.When a paramedic approached Foster's body, he saw men running away into the woods.The first person to find Foster's body guarded the entrance to the CIA.Hillary testified she did not see Foster during the month before his death. A staffer testified she was in Foster's office at least four times.

Author: Dean W. Arnold
Publisher: Chattanooga Historical Foundation Digital
Published: 06/19/2016
Pages: 170
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.52lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.36d
ISBN: 9780692744871

About the Author
U.S. Senator Bob Corker (now chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee) says, "Dean Arnold has a unique way of capturing the essence of an issue and communicating it through his clear but compelling style of writing." That endorsement highlighted Arnold's book "America's Trail of Tears," !st Runner-up of the Eric Hoffer Legacy Award. Newsweek Editor and Pulitzer prize-winning author Jon Meacham said Arnold's book "Old Money, New South" was "well worth reading." The book traces the billionaire families of Coca-Cola bottling and their 100-year reign over the city where Coke bottling started, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Arnold's movie script "The Wizard and the Lion" on the dynamic relationship between authors J.R.R. Tolkien (The Lord of the Rings) and C.S. Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia) was endorsed by the Oxford C.S. Lewis Society. His full feature documentary "Harriet's Secret: a progressive marriage in the 1890s" premiered at the Chattanooga IMAX Theater October, 2014. First a writer, Arnold is part documentarian, part theologian and philosopher, and part artist--and hopes not to be just a part Christian. "I keep vacillating between creative projects and expose's," he said. "I've found my voice as a writer, but my subject is still a moving target."

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