THE CLINTON BODY COUNT
Eye by M.C. Escher
Compiled from Various Sources, Particularly Nicholas A. Guarino's MURDER, BANK FRAUD, DRUGS, AND SEX
Being close to Bill Clinton, or to the tangled web from which he came, is not the best way to ensure one's longevity. There are a number of conspiracy theories in this regard. However, as Nicholas A. Guarino writes, "There have been six other air crash deaths of former Clinton intimates and advisors, but I believe they were true accidents. In fact, in the course of about 50 radio/TV interviews, I've talked with a number of people who blame every accident since the Titanic on Clinton. This foolishness distresses me greatly because it discredits the actual known murders. Yes, there are likely hundreds of deaths among people connected in some remote way to Clinton's scandals, but the probable murders are pretty much limited to those you see in this special report -- and even some of these could be accidents.
"There are other possible victims, like Paula Gober [**], Jim Wilhite [***], Stanley Heard [****], Steven Dickson [****], Timothy Sabel [*****], William Barkley [*****], Scott Reynolds [*****], Brian Hassey [*****], and so on. But my evidence about them isn't convincing, and I refuse to join those who call every Clinton-related death a murder. What IS convincing is just the sheer numbers of untimely deaths in the Clinton circle of influence -- plus a long string of threats, attacks, beatings, break-ins, wiretaps, and other intimidation."
** Clinton speech interpreter -- died in a December 9, 1992 car accident
*** Associate of Mack McClarty's former firm -- died in a December 21, 1992 skiing accident
**** Members of Clinton's health care advisory committee -- died in a September 10, 1993 airplane crash
***** Clinton escorts/bodyguards -- died in a May 19, 1993 helicopter crash
This is a partial list, drawn from different sources (particularly -- though not entirely -- from Guarino), of the most suspicious Clinton-connected deaths prior to the end of 1994. Those deaths whose circumstances were apparently discussed in The Economist (see note at end) are marked with an asterisk.
July 1978 Susan Coleman Allegedly became pregnant after having an affair with Clinton, a problem which threatened to disrupt Clinton's election bid. Coleman was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head (an extremely unusual method of suicide for a woman). She was 7 1/2 months pregnant at the time. The death was ruled an apparent suicide.
February 19, 1986 Alder Berriman "Barry" Seal. Millionaire pilot and supplier in the Mena, Arkansas drug smuggling operation, the money from which was laundered through BCCI and Clinton's Arkansas Development and Finance Authority. After turning state's evidence against several other drug dealers, the DEA released him to a halfway house, where he was gunned down by three assassins with submachine guns. Clinton told Terry Reed, "Seal just got too damn big for his britches and that scum basically deserved to die, in my opinion..."
August 23, 1987 Kevin Ives Teenager who wandered near the site of a Mena, Arkansas drug/cash air drop. State medical examiner Fahmy Malak, a favorite of Clinton who had cleared Clinton's mother of causing the deaths of two patients to whom she had administered anesthesia, ruled that Ives and Henry "fell asleep on the tracks." A second autopsy, performed at the parents" request by another coroner, found that they had been stabbed in the back and that their skulls had been crushed before the train had run over their bodies.
August 23, 1987 Don Henry Teenager who wandered near the site of a Mena, Arkansas drug/cash air drop. State medical examiner Fahmy Malak, a favorite of Clinton who had cleared. Clinton's mother of causing the deaths of two patients to whom she had administered anesthesia, ruled that Ives and Henry "fell asleep on the tracks." A second autopsy, performed at the parents" request by another coroner, found that they had been stabbed in the back and that their skulls had been crushed before the train had run over their bodies.
April 1988 Keith Coney Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. After Coney had been slashed in the neck, he was fleeing for his life on his motorcycle when he slammed into the back of a truck and was killed. His death was ruled a "traffic fatality".
November 1988 Keith McKaskle Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. McKaskle, knowing that his life was in danger, had said goodbye to his friends and family. He died from 113 stab wounds which were inflicted upon him in his home.
January 1989 Gregory Collins Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. Collins was found dead from a shotgun blast to the face.
April 1989 Jeff Rhodes Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. Rhodes" body was found in the city dump, where it had been burned. He had been shot in the head, and his hands, feet, and head had been partly cut off.
July 1989 Richard Winters Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. Winters was silenced by a blast from a 12-gauge sawed-off shotgun.
June 1990 Jordan Ketelson Claimed to have knowledge of the Ives/Henry murders. Killed before he could testify. Ketelson was found in the driveway of a Garland County house. He had died from a shotgun blast to the head. His death was ruled a "suicide".
August 10, 1991 Danny Casolaro Reporter investigating the connections between Inslaw, BCCI, Mena, Park-O-Meter, and the Arkansas Development and Finance Authority. Casolaro was found dead in a bathtub in a West Virginia hotel room with his wrists slit. He had told people that he was about to receive important information regarding his investigation, linking the scandals together. He had warned his family that his life was in danger and, if he were found dead of an apparent accident or suicide, to realize that he had actually been killed. His death was ruled a "suicide".
July 30, 1992 C. Victor Raiser II Former finance co-chairman of Clinton's presidential campaign. Raiser's plane crashed in good weather (small-plane crashes are relatively easy for professionalhit men to stage) near Anchorage, Alaska. His death was ruled an "accident".
July 30, 1992 Montgomery Raiser Son of C. Victor Raiser II. He was also aboard the plane in which his father was killed. His death was ruled an "accident".
May 19, 1993 John A. Wilson Washington, D.C., city councilman who had decided to come forward with inside knowledge he possessed regarding the Clinton scandals. Wilson was found hanged. His death was ruled a "suicide".
July 20, 1993 Vincent W. Foster, Jr. Counsel to the President handling the Whitewater investigation. Allegedly shot himself in the head. Despite the cover-up of the Fiske report, numerous pieces evidence points directly to murder, as noted in many different articles regarding his death. His death was ruled a "suicide".
July 23, 1993 Paul Wilcher Washington, D.C., attorney investigating the Mena affair Shortly before his death he wrote a 105-page letter to Attorney General Janet Reno describing evidence that he allegedly had concerning Mena. The first page of his letter stated in part; "The lives of key participants, other witnesses, and even myself, are now in grave danger as a result of my passing this information on to you. If you let this information fall into the hands of the wrong persons... some or all of those who know the truth ...could well be silenced in the very near future." Wilcher was found dead, in his apartment, on the toilet. He had been scheduled to meet with Danny Casolaro's former attorney. No cause of death was determined.
* August 15, 1993 Jon Parnell Walker Senior investigator for the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) who sought to move the Whitewater-Madison investigation to Washington, D.C., because he felt that Clinton's people in the Kansas City office were delaying the process. Walker, a man whose friends, family, and co-workers unanimously agree was not depressed, fell to his death from a balcony while looking over a possible new apartment in Lincoln Towers. His death was ruled a "suicide".
* September 26, 1993 Luther "Jerry" Parks Owner of American Contract Services, which supplied guards for Clinton's campaign and transition security teams. He had also been investigating Clinton's sexual affairs for six years. Parks' car was forced to stop, and he was cut down by nine rounds from one or more nine-millimeter semiautomatic pistols. His death occurred shortly after the documentation on his investigation of Clinton was stolen from his home.
November 30, 1993 Ed Willey Manager of the Clinton presidential campaign finance committee. Willey allegedly shot himself. His death was ruled a "suicide".
March 1, 1994 Herschel Friday Member of C. Victor Raiser's campaign finance committee. Friday, a top-notch pilot with an excellent private landing strip, died when his plane crashed and exploded as he approached the runway. His death was ruled an "accident".
March 3, 1994 Dr. Ronald Rogers ( + 1 ) Traveling to meet London Sunday Telegraph reporter Ambrose Evans-Pritchard with information on Clinton scandals. Rogers and his pilot were killed when their twin-engine Cessna crashed, with a full tank of gas in clear weather, near Lawton, Oklahoma. Their deaths were ruled an "accident".
* May 10, 1994 Kathy Ferguson Ex-wife of Danny Ferguson, who was named in Paula Jones" lawsuit. She had told co-workers about how her ex-husband, a state trooper, had obtained women for the sexual escapades of Bill Clinton. Ferguson allegedly shot herself in the head with a pistol, a method of suicide rarely chosen by women (and even more rarely chosen by nurses, who have access to drugs and the knowledge to use them). Several of her closest co-workers adamantly deny that she killed herself. She died five days after Danny Ferguson was named as a co-conspirator in the Paula Jones case. Her death was ruled a "suicide".
* June 12, 1994 Bill Shelton Arkansas police officer and boyfriend of Kathy Ferguson. Shelton had been highly and publicly critical of the police ruling that Kathy Ferguson had committed suicide. He allegedly shot himself in the head -- behind the ear, execution style -- a month after Ferguson's death. His death was ruled a "suicide".
* June 23, 1994 Stanley Huggins Partner in a Memphis law firm who investigated the dealings of Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan and produced an unpublicized report of several hundred pages in length. Huggins, age 46, was found dead in the state of Delaware, reportedly of viral pneumonia.
October 31, 1994 Florence Martin Accountant who worked as a subcontractor for the CIA, and who allegedly had the documentation for Barry Seal"s account in the Cayman Islands. Martin was found dead in Mabell, Texas, of three gunshot wounds to the head.
* Information about the suspicious coincidences involved in these deaths appeared in two 1994 issues (5/7/94 and 7/9/94) of The Economist.
Biographical note on Guarino (author of MURDER, BANK FRAUD, DRUGS, AND SEX): Nicholas A. Guarino is editor of *The Wall Street Underground* (1129 East Cliff Road, Burnsville, Minnesota 55337). Among many other things, he lived for 20 years in Arkansas and personally knew Bill Clinton, Jim Blair, Vince Foster, Jim McDougal, David Hale, Don Tyson, Governor Jim Guy Tucker, "and dozens more of that bunch." He uses his own extensive research as well as "numerous informants" to "warn others of the acute dangers of evil, power-hungry men in positions of influence." Today, he lives "in a scenic, secluded place as far from Arkansas as he can get."
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