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  Vince Foster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Foster, a childhood friend of Bill Clinton, had worked at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas with Hillary Clinton and had difficulty making the transition to life and politics in Washington.
Some suspect that Foster committed suicide in a location that was embarrassing to figures connected to the Clinton administration and that government agents dumped his body in the park to avoid any embarrassment.
Others suspect that Foster died from a shot from a small-caliber pistol to the neck and his body was dumped in the park.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vincent_Foster   (731 words)

  
 Salon Newsreal | Vincent Foster is still with us
Vincent Foster's suicide is the Rosetta Stone of the right-wing conspiracy industry
Nearly five years later, the Foster suicide lives on in the hearts and minds of right-wing Clintonphobes and conspiracy theorists who believe that Foster, a close friend and advisor of the president, was murdered because he knew too much.
Foster had some blond hair and carpet fibers on his suit jacket, and he had semen in his underwear.
archive.salon.com /news/1998/05/28news.html   (1098 words)

  
 Environment, Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster
Foster’s car had apparently just taken the place of the brown Honda, and there were things, like Foster’s jacket and tie, that had to be transferred to it.
Her son, L. Foster Bowman, who had fired his grandfather’s handguns, told the FBI it was the wrong color.
Foster’s autopsy was on July 21, and the service records obtained by Starr’s office (the OIC) show that the first call for service on the machine was made on October 29.
www.canadafreepress.com /2002/inter80502.htm   (3940 words)

  
 Vincent Foster
Foster had even written an outline for his letter of resignation, thought by this writer to have been used as the center portion of the fake "suicide note".
Vincent Foster had spent the morning making "busy work" in his office and had been in attendance at the White House announcement of Louis Freeh as the new head of the FBI earlier in the day (passing by the checkpoint manned by White House uniformed guard Styles).
Lisa Foster's FBI interview it was established that the only gun that was in the Foster's Washington D.C. Residence was a chrome plated revolver.
www.realnews247.com /the_death_of_vincent_foster.htm   (6950 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Nation -- Supreme Court permits withholding of Vincent Foster photographs
Multiple investigations determined that a depressed Foster shot himself in the head at a Civil War-era park in Virginia in 1993.
Foster's family had joined the government in fighting the release of death scene pictures to attorney Allan Favish.
Thousands of pages of reports about the Foster death and more than 100 photographs have already been released, and five government investigations concluded that the death was a suicide.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/nation/20040330-0731-scotus-fosterphotos.html   (536 words)

  
 Vince Foster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Wrestling with depression, he was prescribed something over the phone by a psychiatrist, though he could have only taken a few at most before he died.
Foster committed suicide by shooting himself in the mouth with a.38 caliber pistol.
Accuracy in Media has made available a transcript of an interview with Miguel Rodriguez, who resigned from the investigation, in which he states, "I knew what the result was going to be, because I was told what the result was going to be from the get-go." http://www.aim.org/special_report/1474_0_8_0_C/.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/V/Vince-Foster.htm   (687 words)

  
 High Court to Consider FOIA Case Involving Photos of Vincent Foster
That photo, which shows Foster clutching the gun with which he is believed to have killed himself, was leaked to the media and published in 1994.
Physical evidence, Favish and others have argued, supports the notion that Foster may have been murdered, and/or that his body was moved to the park, where it was found on July 20, 1993.
Foster was a deputy White House counsel and onetime Arkansas law partner of now-U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., and was said to be despondent about life in official Washington.
www.metnews.com /articles/fost021803.htm   (620 words)

  
 Moldea: Vincent Foster committed suicide. And he acted alone.
Foster for lying to USPP investigators on the night of the suicide when she claimed that there were no guns in her home.
Foster simply lacks credibility with regard to the issue of her late-husband's guns, in general--and, specifically, with regard to the issue of the now-infamous "silver-colored" gun.
Foster did say that her sister-in-law, Sharon Bowman, had received the elder Foster's shotguns and "one handgun," and "that Beryl Anthony has one of the handguns from the estate here in Washington, D.C." This was probably the gun that [Webb] Hubbell took from the Fosters' home on the night of the suicide.
www.moldea.com /Rivero.html   (3922 words)

  
 Vincent Foster
Vincent and Hillary had been partners together at the rose law firm, and allegations of an ongoing affair had persisted from the Little Rock days to the White House itself.
Long before the actual release of Kenneth Starr's report on Vincent Foster, and despite an appearance of a sincere effort at investigation, there were indications of an impending continuance of the cover-up started by Starr's predecessor, Robert Fiske (the BCCI lawyer).
That Foster's body was not found with a modern automatic pistol with deep grooves and heavy texturing, but with a smooth metal revolver, was not mentioned.
www.whatreallyhappened.com /RANCHO/POLITICS/FOSTER_COVERUP   (6764 words)

  
 AllPolitics - Starr: Vincent Foster's Death Was Suicide - July 15, 1997
Foster came to Washington to work as White House counsel in 1992, and the nation reacted with shock when he was found dead in a Virginia park on July 20, 1993.
A determined band of conspiracy theorists postulated that Foster, who had intimate knowledge of the Clintons' affairs, was murdered because he knew too much.
Foster committed suicide by gunshot in Fort Marcy Park, VA on July 20, 1993," Starr said.
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1997/07/15/starr.foster   (252 words)

  
 Insight on the News: The Strange Death of Vincent Foster. - book reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Insight on the News: The Strange Death of Vincent Foster.
There was neither damage to Foster's teeth and gums nor gunpowder on his tongue despite the official view that he fired the gun in his mouth.
Foster's fingerprints also were missing from the so-called suicide note found in his briefcase.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1571/is_n39_v13/ai_19964931   (859 words)

  
 Vincent Foster
The autopsy report prepared by Doctor Beyer indicated Foster was shot inside the mouth with the bullet exiting the back of his head.
The image above was constructed from images in the Failure Of The Public Trust, and illustrates that the facts of the case show that a Park Police officer attempted to conceal the.22 caliber bullet hole in the neck by turning the head so as to cover the wound with blood.
Snippets From The Foster Death Investigation Nicely presented short pieces on various aspects of the the case by J.C. Huntington.
members.aol.com /orwell1950   (902 words)

  
 The Strange Death of Vincent Foster - An Investigation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ever since the night that deputy White House counselor Vincent Foster was found dead in a Washington, D.C., park, conspiracy theories about his death have abounded.
Everyone from evangelist Jerry Falwell to talk-show host Rush Limbaugh has weighed in with his or her own version of events: Foster was murdered; his body was moved; the investigation into his death became a giant cover-up.
When Foster's wife was shown the gun, she said she didn't recognize it.
www.naturalhealthholistic.com /foster-2.html   (552 words)

  
 Vincent Foster Home
Foster's home is on the right side in the middle of the block Senator Richard Shelby, Mr.
Foster's two sisters, brother-in-law and niece of the death.
According to Webster Hubbell, "everyone at the Foster residence that evening was trying to make logic out of the death, trying to pinpoint some event, but that they could not do so..."[85] Investigator Rolla testified about his interview of some of those there that night.
www.fbicover-up.com /photos/house.htm   (508 words)

  
 America's Future -- Did Vincent Foster Know Too Much? -- Week of Jan. 14, 1996   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The gun was found in Foster's hand, a rarity for suicides.
Although Foster supposedly shot himself in the mouth, there was "no visible blood splatter" on the gun, the recoil did not "chip or damage teeth," and no gunpowder was found on his tongue.
They failed to seal Foster's office and "gave away key crime scene evidence, such as his beeper and papers, within hours of his death." They neglected to have the gun tested "until one week after" the death was ruled a suicide.
www.americasfuture.net /1996/jan96/af1-14b.html   (426 words)

  
 CJR - The Vincent Foster Factory, by Trudy Lieberman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ruddy is a free-lance writer for the Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Tribune-Review, whose oeuvre is the 1993 death of White House aide Vincent Foster.
One of the Center's major activities is trying to inject the dark view of Foster's death into mainstream reporting and thinking.
He says he founded the Center "to reinvigorate the idea of a vigorous watchdog on government." One way it does that is with lawsuits.
archives.cjr.org /year/96/2/foster.asp   (889 words)

  
 WorldNetDaily: Vincent Foster – 10 years later
In "Living History," Hillary Rodham Clinton says she had no idea Vincent Foster, whom she describes as her "best friend," was seriously depressed before he was found dead of a gunshot wound in Fort Marcy Park July 20, 1993.
The accepted verdict, that Vince Foster killed himself at Fort Marcy Park near Washington, was predetermined by a "higher authority" at the start of the investigation, asserts Rodriguez.
The recording was produced by Patrick Knowlton – a witness in the case whose court-ordered appendix to Starr's Foster report alleged a cover-up – and his attorney John Clarke.
www.worldnetdaily.com /news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=33668   (1003 words)

  
 The STRANGE DEATH OF VINCENT FOSTER: Current Amazon U.S.A. One-Edition Data
Ruddy, who has covered the case almost from the start, details the disturbing inconsistencies surrounding Foster's alleged suicide, chronicles the botched investigations, documents the frenzied illegal activity in the White House in the hours after Foster's death, and notes the persistent failure of mainstream media to ask the right questions.
His startling conclusion -- that despite the official line, Foster could not have killed himself in Fort Marcy Park -- will persuade even the most skeptical reader to demand a full public investigation into the mysterious circumstances of the death of Vincent Foster and the troubling events in its aftermath.
Whether your predilection is liberal or conservative, you must agree that the death of Vincent Foster was most unusual.
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 Vincent Foster Death
Of the ten Polaroids of Foster's body at the park that are at issue, the court held that 4 of the 10 should be released to the public.
However, the judge also denied the motions by the OIC and Vincent Foster's former wife and one of his sisters to reverse his January 11 decision that 5 of the 10 disputed Polaroids must be made public.
He has written over fourteen published articles on the Foster case and his "Citizen's Independent Report" (201KB zip file of an MS Word file) on the death was requested by Starr's Office of Independent Counsel in 1995.
www.allanfavish.com /foster.htm   (5480 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Books: A Washington Tragedy: How the Death of Vincent Foster Ignited a Political Firestorm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Every time the name of Vince Foster is mentioned in the media, there continues to be a shroud of mystery surrounding him.
For anyone who has a curiosity about why the death of Vince Foster created so much controversy, this is a straightforward account of the step-by-step investigation of his suicide.
Since Vince Foster was up to his eyeballs in Travelgate, it seemed to me that should have been the focus of more detail.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0895263823   (1150 words)

  
 Vince Foster, Part III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The sequence of events leading the banking software company Systematics (ALLTEL Information Services) to hire a libel attorney to deny it was operating on behalf of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) began more than a decade ago.
The evidence indicates that at some point NSA made the logical decision that continual access meant the NSA had to become a major provider of banking software.
Foster was one of Stephens' trusted deal- makers at the Rose Law Firm, where he was partner with Hillary Rodham Clinton, Webster Hubbell and William Kennedy (whose father was a Systematics director).
www.aci.net /kalliste/part3.htm   (920 words)

  
 Scoop: Vincent Foster Murder Evidence Released
Since July 20, 1993, when the body of deputy White House counsel Vincent Foster was found at Fort Marcy Park, the American government, and more importantly, the American press, have concealed the true facts of the death from the American people.
One fact about Foster's death was the first rescue workers to arrive at the body saw very little blood.
The gun officially found in Foster's hand was not the same gun in his hand when the rescue workers arrived.
www.scoop.co.nz /stories/WO0307/S00277.htm   (3034 words)

  
 The New York Review of Books: THE VINCENT FOSTER CASE
The purpose of the piece was to explore evidence that the White House got an early tip-off about the death of Foster, at least an hour and a half before the official notification at 8:30 PM on July 20, 1993.
As it happens, this was similar to the wording of the Secret Service memorandum on the night of Foster's death, which stated that the "US Park Police discovered the body of Vincent Foster in his car"—with the gun also in the car.
In other words this was the first version circulating in the White House that evening—(later, of course, it emerged that Foster had been found in a Virginia park)—and Ms.
www.nybooks.com /articles/1330   (778 words)

  
 Accuracy In Media - Special Report - New Vincent Foster Murder Evidence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
July 20, 2003 was the 10th anniversary of the death of White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster.
Miquel Rodriguez, an assistant U.S. attorney who was hired by Kenneth Starr to conduct a grand jury investigation of Foster’s death, tells how Starr and others blocked his efforts to expose the cover-up of a murder by previous investigators.
For further proof that Vince Foster was murdered, read this AIM Report from 2001.
www.aim.org /publications/special_reports/2003/jul15.html   (202 words)

  
 The Strange Death of Vincent Foster
My question about his current views on the death of Vincent Foster elicited a well-crafted legal reply, most notable for what it didn't say (for example, "there was --- or there was no --- convincing evidence for suicide").
Investigator Fiske referred to a sarcastic Wall Street Journal editorial entitled "Vincent Foster's Victory" in the initial stages of the AAPS lawsuit against the illegal secret operations of the Health Care Task Force.
Vincent Foster, like Banquo, surely carried many secrets with him to the grave.
www.aapsonline.org /jpands/hacienda/ruddy.html   (849 words)

  
 Salon 21st | A Vincent Foster for Usenet liberals?
To some of Kangas' longtime adversaries, the conspiracy-theorizing by his sympathizers was absurd -- and yet at the same time it served as a kind of long-sought ratification of their own pet obsessions.
Hadn't they been arguing for years that Vincent Foster, the Clinton official whose death in 1994 has been officially ruled a suicide, was actually the victim of a malign conspiracy?
Now, that same paper was dismissing any possibility of foul play, dismissing Kangas as a would-be assassin and suicide, not to mention an Internet pornographer and ne'er-do-well.
archive.salon.com /21st/feature/1999/03/19feature.html   (648 words)

  
 WorldNetDaily: Vincent Foster's ghost still haunts us
Everyone seems to be missing the point in the debate over whether the late White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster's discussions with his attorney, James Hamilton, are still privileged.
In other words, Hamilton has one big conflict of interest in arguing that his sole purpose is protecting the memory of Vincent Foster and the interests of his family.
He is a political partisan -- in fact, he was brought in to represent Lisa Foster, after her husband's death, by the White House itself.
www.wnd.com /news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=14508   (681 words)

  
 THE DEATH OF VINCENT FOSTER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
On the occasion of the anniversary of the death of former White House lawyer Vincent Foster, the Washington Post ran a piece admitting that it was a death that "altered the course of a presidency." But this wasn't because of the suspicious circumstances surround the death.
Anyone familiar with the case knows that the legitimate questions about Foster's death have nothing to do with the JFK assassination or UFOs.
He accepts the White House claim that it was written by Foster and that it describes the circumstances leading up to his death.
www.aim.org /publications/media_monitor/1998/08/03.htm   (429 words)

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