Following Orders: The Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer (Author)
Journalists are not supposed to only cover one side’s negatives.
Following Orders is a book the Clintons, apparent partisan hacks who don’t read books, and the extreme right-wing murder conspiracy peddlers do not want you to read — conspiracy peddlers who have peddled more false conspiracies including Sandy Hook and other “false flag” and murder conspiracies.
On July 20, 1993, Vince Foster was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in the head in Fort Marcy Park, McLean, Virginia. His untimely passing was the highest ranking government official’s death since President John Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963.
Foster’s mysterious death sparked a firestorm of controversy that engulfed the nation. Was it murder or suicide? The charges leveled against Hillary and Bill Clinton were serious: Foster knew too much. They had killed him. Clinton staffers removed evidence from his office. Must be a cover-up. Investigators never found the fatal bullet. It’s a conspiracy. On and on it went. But who was right?
Inspired by Love & Death, The Murder of Kurt Cobain, by Max Wallace and Ian Halperin, Peschmann, using new information exclusively obtained from the last person who officially saw Foster alive in the White House, and supported by five official investigations comes to a terrible conclusion. Both sides were wrong.
The Foster murder conspiracies are arguably one of the original Internet murder conspiracies that took on a life of its own. It has spawned what has become a steady flow of conspiracies that are echo-chambered online, in cult-like formation, as if the “real” news. While there were legitimate issues and abuses of power to be concerned with regarding the Clintons, murdering their friend(s) was not one of them.
Find out how politicians stay in power when a handful of people follow orders.
Take a look inside Following Orders’:
Chapter 1: Excerpt
Chapter 3: The Foster Investigations
Listen to some source material.
Click here and here to get a sense of what life is like dealing with belligerent murder conspiracy peddlers I published prior to conspiracies consuming the Trump White House, and the real world, deadly, consequences could no longer be ignored.
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UPDATE: Thank you FX’s Impeachment: American Crime Story for making it okay to finally be able to talk about Linda Tripp’s experience in the Clinton White House that culminated in impeachment and beyond.
“American Crime Story: Why Vince Foster’s Suicide Was a Turning Point for Linda Tripp,” Julie Miller, Vanity Fair, September 7, 2021.
It’s true. Foster’s death was a turning point.
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