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Sunday, 7 December 2014
Vince Foster

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by James R. Norman [Resigned from Forbes because this story was spiked.]

“Was White House Deputy Counsel Vince Foster selling US secrets to Israel?
The CIA suspects he was.”
TWO weeks before his death on July 20, 1993, White House Deputy Counsel Vincent W. Foster went into a deep funk. The official cause of death, given by former Independent Counsel Robert Fiske Jr. (who was later replaced by Kenneth Starr), was suicide driven by depression over, among other things, several newspaper editorials. But Vince Foster had a much bigger and darker reason to be seriously burned out. He had just learned he was under investigation for espionage.

Outrageous? To say the least. But a lengthy investigation has located over a dozen sources with connections to the intelligence community who confirm a shocking story of money laundering and espionage connected to the highest levels of the White House. Without grants of immunity, the sources risk going to prison for violation of the National Security Act. Virtually all have demanded anonymity.

According to a veteran Central Intelligence Agency operative close to the Foster investigation, Foster’s first indication of trouble came when he inquired about his coded bank account at Banca Della Svizzera Italiana in Chiasso, Switzerland and found the account empty. Foster was shocked to learn from the bank that someone using his secret authorization code had withdrawn all $2.73 million he had stashed there and had moved it to, of all places, the U.S. Treasury.

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Foster’s wife admitted he returned to Washington even more depressed. On Monday night, he turned down an invitation by the President to drop by the White House to supposedly watch a movie. On Tuesday, Foster left his office at the White House about 1 p.m. and said he’d be back later. At 5:45 p.m., his body was found neatly laid out at Fort Marcy Park, a bullet wound in his mouth. Suicide, the Fiske report promptly declared, echoed by a cursory (Democrat-run) Senate inquiry. Still, nagging questions remain: Why was there no blood on the ground, no bone fragments or brain tissue? Why were there rug fibers all over the clothes? Why no dust on his shoes despite the long dirt path from his car to his body?

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