by Michael Rivero, What Really Happened:
My thanks to everyone who took the time to write and suggest corrections. Many changes have been made to this list based on the info sent in and more will be added in the very near future.
In compiling this list I have tried to find as much photographic evidence as I can, but surprisingly (or maybe not so surprisingly) these people in many cases seem to have been erased from the internet!
The following is a partial list of a large number of persons who have recently met their demise in suspicious circumstances who appear to have some connection to the Clintons. I stress partial because new additions are coming in faster than closets can be found to hide the bodies in!
Died January 7, 1997
Long before Whitewater’s land flips made the Clinton’s circle of friends rich, many of the same players had been involved in a similar land swindle in Branson. Don Adams was a lawyer in Arkansas who got involved trying to help the people who were being swindled out of their life savings.
The successor attorney for Don left for parts unknown about a year after Don was killed.
Former United Nations General Assembly President
Died: June 22, 2016
Died in alleged accident when a barbell dropped on his throat, crushing his larynx.
Ashe was about to begin trial for a bribery charge involving Chinese businessman Ng Lap Seng. who had been implicated but not charged in the 1996 “China-gate” scandal for funneling illegal donations to Bill Clinton’s re-election fund through Arkansas restaurant owner Charlie Trie. Ashe was supposed to testify about Hillary’s links to Ng Lap Seng later the same day he died.
Attorney representing Mr. Lassater in a case concerning alleged financial misconduct.
Died: January 8, 1994
Died in an alleged suicide by jumping out of a window of a multi-story building. – Mr. Lassater was a close associate of Gov. Clinton, and was later indicted on drug related charges, among other things. Baugh’s law partner was “suicided” one month later on February 9, 1994.
Admiral Jeremy Boorda
Chief of Naval Operations
Died May 16th, 1996
Boorda supposedly went home for lunch and decided to shoot himself in the chest twice, using two guns, rather than be interviewed by Newsweek magazine that afternoon.
Explanations for Boorda’s suicide focused on a claim that he was embarrassed over two “Valor” pins he was not authorized to wear.
Former CNO Admiral Elmo Zumwalt said on the May 17 Larry King Live show that Admiral Boorda was not only authorized to wear the “V” on his medals, but that had personally authorized him to do so when he was serving as Commander Naval Forces Vietnam.
When it turned out that Boorda was entitled to those decorations, blame shifted to stresses over the down sizing of the Navy, and even (Washington Times) the adverse affect that feminism was having on the Navy’s morale.
Boorda supposedly left two suicide notes, neither of which was released.
On Thursday, June 25, 1998, Navy Secretary John Dalton formally acknowledged that Boorda had been entitled to wear the decorations.
So, like Brown, and like Foster, the proximate cause for the “suicide” turns out to be fraudulent.
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