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Some Source Material in Following Orders: The Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer

It’s important to be transparent. Source material and credibility matters. Let’s venture back in history and learn from it.

Weeks before Vince Foster’s tragic suicide, on May 8, 1993, at a commencement address, at the University of Arkansas Law School at Fayetteville, Arkansas, Foster told a graduating law class of his alma mater: 

“The reputation you develop for intellectual and ethical integrity will be your greatest asset or your worst enemy … I cannot make this point to you too strongly: You will be judged by your judgment … There is no victory, no advantage, no fee, no favor which is worth even a blemish on your reputation for intellect and integrity. Nothing travels faster than an accusation that another lawyer’s word is no good … Dents to [your] reputation are irreparable … If you find yourself getting burned out or unfulfilled, unappreciated … have the courage to make a change.”

Vince Foster

Indeed. Reputation matters. So do defamation laws and oath-breakers versus oath-followers. Do you see? If we don’t learn from history and break patterns, we are doomed to repeat them.

noun [ C or U ]
UK  /kənˈspɪr.ə.si/ US  /kənˈspɪr.ə.si/
the activity of secretly planning with other people to do something bad or illegal:
The three men are accused of conspiracy.
[ + to infinitive ] She has been charged with conspiracy to murder.
I think there was a conspiracy to keep me off the committee.
 conspiracy of silence
a general agreement to keep silent about a subject for the purpose of keeping it secret:
The conspiracy of silence around these buried munitions endangered public health.

--Cambridge Dictionary

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Please listen to this July 14, 2001 radio interview with CW (Confidential Witness) regarding Vince Foster’s untimely death.  Some source material I used in my book, Following Orders. CW is the man who found Vince Foster’s body in Fort Marcy Park. 

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Independent Counsel Robert B. Fiske found CW to be credible.  

“CW provided details that have never become public, and that could only have been known by the person who discovered Foster’s body.” –Robert B. Fiske


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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?

Marinka Peschmann’s Following Orders: Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House lawyer

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