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[This is written by Wayne Mann <tpd@callamerica.net>]

Below is a list of inaccuracies and discrepancies in Vince Foster's death. I have compiled this over the last 4 years or so, however I have not had time to edit it recently and it has some duplicates and other problems that require a real good editing job which I just can't seem to find time to do. If anyone has the time to do a good editing job, I sure would appreciate it. If I get someone to edit it, I will send everyone an edited copy as soon as I get it. Thank you.


Inaccuracies Regarding Foster's Death (Excerpt)

There follows a list of suspicious events, observations, and circumstances, taken from the 2,726 pages of the 1994 Senate Hearings and Report Volumes that cover the death of Vince Foster. If you would like to receive a 160 page synopsis of this material, put together by Stanford and MIT grad Hugh Sprunt, in text format. Let me know and I will send a copy by attaching to e-mail.

The FBI fingerprint expert that testified before the Senate Whitewater Committee said that he received 28 pieces of the "suicide note" and he returned 28 pieces. The White House and the media always claim that there are only 27 pieces, with one missing. Who is telling the truth? Not a single Senator followed up on this statement, and I am not aware of a single report in the media about it.

Dr. Beyer testified to the committee that HE did not take any X-rays, because his X-ray machine was broken, although he had written on the autopsy form that he had, and the two policemen who were in attendance at the autopsy said that he told them that he had. However, in Dr. Beyer's Deposition to the Committee, he stated that he sent the body out to another facility for the X-rays. He further said that the X-rays were not processed and back to him by the time he did the autopsy. And furthermore, the X-ray machine service company was never called, and never did any repairs on the new X-ray machine for many months before or after the date of the autopsy. Which testimony is the truth and which is a lie?

Also contained within the Park Police Report is the following statement: "Dr. Beyer stated that X-rays indicated that there was no evidence of bullet fragments in the head."

Bear in mind this statement is in the OFFICIAL Park Police Report issued to the public. Later testifying before the U.S. Senate in 1994, Dr. Beyer swore he took no X- rays and "had no explanation" for telling Detective Peter Simonello his X-ray results were in July of 1993.

Deborah Gorham, Foster's secretary, testified that she placed two large manila envelopes in the safe-- both addressed "For Eyes Only"--one to White House Associate Counsel William Kennedy, the other to Attorney General Janet Reno. She also testified that Nussbaum asked for the combination to this safe immediately after Foster's death. Gorham also testified that there were two National Security Folders she put in the safe for Foster. They are also missing. An entire box of files containing the Clintons' personal files was removed from Foster's office, and an itemized index of Foster's files which was present in his office on the 20th disappeared. In addition Foster did not have a Security Clearance that we are aware of. Deborah Gorham told investigators for Kenneth Starr that on the day before he died, Foster received a document related to Systematics. And this was a document that disappeared from his office after his death. What happened to the three envelopes? What was in them? Why did Foster leave them? Kennedy testified he did NOT receive his envelope and does NOT know what happened to it.

On page 4022 and 4023 of Volume XIV, there is a report by a Secret Service agent to his boss about being questioned about Foster's death. His boss told him to call B.C. about it. He did call B.C. and was instructed to tell the FBI that he wouldn't talk to them unless they went through Public Affairs at FBI Headquarters. (Who is B.C. Dies it mean Bureau Chief?) This Secret Service Agent is in the Division that does the Locks, Alarms, and VIDEO at the White House. Does this have to do with the "missing tapes" of Foster leaving the White House and the Missing tape of the storage for the first tape? Does it have anything to do with Nussbaum gaining access to Foster's safe (the night he died) to retrieve the envelopes that were in there to be hand- delivered in case of his death?

On pages 1782, 1783, and 1784 of the Senate report, there is a report of a father-son towing company towing a car to the FBI garage from Ft. Marcy Park the same evening that Foster died. It had the driverís side-window broken out and blood all over the dash. What is the bottom line on this? The FBI did NOT go talk to these people as was reported to the committee. An agent called the father on the phone, which was several months later, and he denied it. Why didn't the FBI at least go talk to both of these people in person, rather than just talking to the father on the phone?

How did he shoot himself, throw his glasses 19 feet through some heavy brush, and end up lying supine and perfectly straight, legs together, with arms straight down at his side, the gun still in his hand, and trickles of blood running from his mouth in several directions, including uphill? How did a particle of exploded gunpowder get on his glasses that did NOT come from the bullet that he supposedly killed himself with? That indicates that another bullet had been fired besides the one that supposedly killed him. But wait, he only fired one bullet! Where did the exploded gun powder from a second bullet come from then?(Page 43, Fiske Report.)

Marsha Scott, who is know by the insiders as, "Bill's Hippy Girl-friend," met with her friend of 20 years, Foster, in an unusual one to two hour closed door meeting the day before he died. Yet she says that she cannot remember what they talked about. After Foster died, the only thing Ms. Scott could remember discussing from her long meeting was that Foster had a good weekend.

Three of the top experts in the world in "questionable" documents claim that the "suicide note" is a forgery. The credentials of these people make it hard to not believe them; therefore the "suicide note" is a forgery. Who forged it? Who knew it was a forgery?

Foster made one day trips to Switzerland that his wife was never aware of. He had purchased another ticket to go to Switzerland about a week after he died, and had canceled it, and had then bought another ticket to somewhere, for approximately the same price. Where was this ticket scheduled to take him and for what purpose? No one has reported an investigation into Vince Foster's 1988 trip to Bataan, Turkish Kurdistan, to which there are no scheduled airline flights.

Did you know that the first thing Mrs. Foster said to the Police when told her husband was dead, was ask, "did he [Foster] put the gun in his own mouth"? How do you explain that. How did she know he had been shot? And assuming she saw that he was shot in her crystal ball, why did she ask if he put the gun in his own mouth? Who did she think might have done it? (Page 21-Report 103-433)

The photograph of Fosterís hand was obtained by Reuters News Agency and broadcast by ABC Television shortly after Vincent Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park. This photograph purports to show the right hand of Vincent Foster holding the handgun with which he supposedly shot himself in the mouth. Aside from the obvious lack of blood in the scene, please note the color of the handgun, which is dark. This color matches the description of the gun as reported in the previous Senate Whitewater hearings.

Copies of below available at: http://www.accessone.com/~rivero/POLITICS/FOSTER_C OVERUP/guncolor.html

Page 14 is the first of four pages scanned from FBI report 29D-LR-35063. The areas in white with hand drawn question marks are areas which were whited out prior to the release of the document. This document, 29D-LR-35063, is the summary of the interview held by the FBI with Lisa Foster following the discovery of her husband's body in Fort Marcy Park. Note that Lisa Foster is shown a gun by the FBI interviewer and states it is a gun she believes she has seen before.

Page 15 of 29D-LR-35063. Towards the bottom, Lisa Foster returns to the subject of the handgun she has been previously shown and how she believes it traveled from Little Rock to Washington D.C. In describing how she found the gun in Foster's pre-packed trunk, and then repacking it in her own belongings, she describes the gun as "silver colored".

Page 16 of 29D-LR-35063. Towards the bottom, is the comment that Foster did not like guns. Following this is an observation that Lisa Foster verified that a gun she knew to be in the house was where she expected to find it, and AGAIN refers to "silver color" in describing the gun from the trunk in Little Rock.

The statement on page 16 is Lisa Foster's belief that the gun found at Fort Marcy Park is the same gun, described previously as "silver colored", that she packed in Little Rock to bring to Washington D.C.

Page 17 of 29D-LR-35063. This concludes the sentence begun on the bottom of page 16. The sentence reads," LISA FOSTER believes that the gun found at Fort Marcy Park may be the SILVER GUN which she brought up with her other belongings when she permanently moved to Washington".

From the above, it is inescapable that Lisa Foster was shown a gun she recognized, even though that gun she was shown was clearly NOT the gun in the photograph of Vincent Foster's hand in the ABC TV photograph. It is therefore LOGICAL to conclude that Lisa Foster was NOT shown the gun which was found with Vincent Foster. Were the suicide genuine, there would be no reasonable explanation to switch guns.

It would make logical sense if 'We searched for Vince Foster's gun in his house' to find and TAKE a gun to show to Lisa Foster to help sell the apparent suicide, not expecting a photo of the real suicide gun to hit the TV news.

One hardly asks the FBI to distort evidence by showing the wrong gun to the widow in a real suicide. It is therefore logical to conclude that if we are not dealing with a suicide, then we MUST be dealing with a murder. The fact that the FBI showed the wrong colored gun to Lisa Foster, while telling her it was the gun found with Foster's body, is the strangest single piece of evidence of a cover-up. One doesn't need to cover-up a suicide. One covers-up a murder.

From the above, given the two different guns, and Webster Hubbel's now public admission that he searched Vincent Foster's home for a gun, despite a gun found with Vincent Foster's body, one must conclude that Webster Hubbell is the most likely source of the silver colored gun which the FBI showed to Lisa Foster. Lisa Foster recognized the gun. How could she not? It had been searched for in her house by Webster Hubbell, by his own admission.

"Don't believe a word you hear. It was not suicide. It couldn't have been." -Assistant Attorney General Webster Hubbell, 7/20/93, cited in Esquire, 11/93.


A copy of the picture leaked to the press by the White House, that supposedly shows the gun in Vince Foster's hand, was submitted to an expert to have it computer enhanced, enlarged and/or turned into a composite 3-D picture. It appears this picture is a FORGERY. However I want to point out that I am NOT an expert, so I would advise each person look at them and make your own decision. The thumb going through the gun is too long and at a weird angle. We now have a forged "suicide note," and may well have a forged picture.

Foster's fingerprints were not on the gun.

There is no proof that it was his gun.

Several civilian witnesses saw two suspicious individuals hanging around Mr. Foster's Honda in the Ft. Marcy Park parking lot. No attempt was made to find these individuals until over 2 years after Foster's death.

Several eyewitnesses saw the victim's briefcase in his car, yet it vanished. Or did they see his briefcase in another car that has disappeared?

One vehicle seen at park by police and rescue eyewitnesses is ignored in the official record of the case.

The gun was not seen in hand by the eyewitness who found the body. CONFIDENTIAL WITNESS, the first eyewitness, saw no gun nor did USPP Fornshill the first police witness and probably also the second witness.

A US PP officer took 7 Polaroid's of the body, which are missing from the record. Another PP officer took several Polaroid's, all of which are missing. All of the 35 mm photos taken at the crime scene are missing or claimed that they were underexposed. However the private company that the Prosecuting attorney named Rodriquez that worked for Fiske and then Starr for a short while said that the photo's could be repaired by computer enhancement. Rodriquez quit because he was not allowed to question people under oath and other obstructive patterns..

"Independent" investigator Fiske was forced to concede that the victim's head had been moved---after death had taken place and before his body was photographed.

No bone fragments were found, yet part of the victim's skull was missing, according to some reports.

According to some reports, Foster's head wound not consistent with a high velocity .38 caliber bullet. Dr. Haut's statement to the FBI was that the exit hole was very small. In total contradiction, the Fiske report says Dr. Haut's determination was that the hole was very large. No blood splatter found. (High velocity .38 bullets through the mouth and head leave spatter!)

Wound seen on Foster's neck by paramedics. One described it as a bullet hole. No such hole was mentioned in the autopsy.

A letter mailed to his mother as he left his office for the last time offered no last farewell.

He was planning to resign his White House position.

Dr. Haut paramedics said they viewed the body in a location that is 200 feet from the site officially described.

The cannon near where some witnesses say the body was found has been removed from the park.

One paramedic listed the death as a homicide on his report.

Blonde hairs were found on the crotch of Foster's pants, semen was found in his underwear, and his clothes were covered with pink carpet fibers. None of these pieces of evidence was investigated in the PP investigation or the Fiske investigation. Numerous hairs and carpet fibers covered Foster's clothing. But his car was never checked to see if any of the same fibers could be found on the driver's seat, as surely there would have been found, had he actually driven himself to Fort Marcy Park.

Numerous hairs and carpet fibers covered victims clothing. Far too many fibers unless he had been laying on the floor or coming into contact with carpet in some other way. The myth that his house had new carpet so that accounts for it is ridiculous. You could walk on new carpet for a month and never get anywhere close to the amount of fibers on your clothes that Foster had. There was also the same fibers all over his coat and tie that were never in the Park Police custody. They were in car and went straight to FBI.

Blood was on victim's, belt, shoes, and shirt but NOT on the gun.

Lisa Foster called Bernard Nussbaum the morning after Foster's death at 7:30 am and asked if Vince had been fired. Was she looking for a reason?

Whereabouts of victim in hours before death remains a mystery.

Only two bullets in the gun. No matching bullets were to be found in his home or car.

The victim planned to give his visiting sister a tour of the White House the next day.

The victim's friend and attorney, Jim Lyons, was coming from Colorado to meet with him the next day.

Foster had a full lunch before leaving to kill himself, was jovial, and told his staff he would be back later in the day.

In spite of an exhaustive search, no matching bullet was ever found in Ft. Marcy Park. The FBI closed the Park and used something like 20 agents to search for about two months.

The attitude of the body was not consistent with suicide. It was laid out straight, with arms neatly at his side.

The FBI was kept out of the initial investigation.

The lead investigator assigned to go to the body site was performing his first homicide investigation.

Victim had been a $300,000 a year lawyer, yet in last weeks before his death he had a chronically overdrawn checking account!

Police were prevented from searching victim's home and office.

The Fiske Report contains numerous factual errors regarding time and geography at crime scene. It reports a large pool of blood under Foster's head, even though no one who was at the site made any such report, and some of them, including Dr. Haut and Corey Ashford, specifically stated to the FBI that there was no blood on the ground. (Ashford is one of the medical technicians who picked Foster's body up to remove it from the scene.)

Park Police concluded their investigation before they sent the gun for testing to see if it could fire.

The crime scene was never totally secured. (There are access roads near the body-site, in the opposite direction from the parking lot where Foster's car was found. Access to the body, from these roads, was never blocked off in any way.

No damage whatsoever to victim's teeth from the recoil of a .38, allegedly placed in his mouth. This pistol has a rather substantial steel aiming device mounted at the top of the end of the 4-inch barrel.

Conflicting testimony re: the time at which the victim was identified.

There is no evidence to support the Fiske report that the victim had lost weight . The only evidence is that he had gained weight.

Conflicting testimony as to when the White House was told of the death---from as early as 6:00 PM, according to the initial report from Chelsea's nanny, to the official time of 8:30 PM.

The phone number of a Secret Service officer was found in the notebook of Park Police investigator Rolla. Immediately following this entry was the address and phone number of Vince Foster. When asked about this during his deposition, Rolla got nervous and flustered.

The victim's office, a secondary crime scene, was immediately cleared of evidence and documents by Clinton administration officials.

The victim's personal effects including his pager were returned to the White House within 24 hours---before they could be analyzed by the police.

Certain White House personnel, whose names are (for reasons unknown) not in the official record, were prepared to break into Park Police Officer Rolla's desk drawer to obtain a key to the evidence locker where Foster's possessions were being kept. (P. 91 of Hugh Sprunt's report)

The neighborhood around the crime scene at Ft. Marcy Park was not canvassed by police, to see if anyone had heard a shot, until two years after the shooting took place.

Several police officers in Arkansas have given sworn depositions that they were told of Foster's death at 6:00 PM EST, before police and rescue workers arrived at Ft. Marcy Park. One of them immediately informed the wife of the then-governor of Arkansas.

Car keys were not found with victim at crime scene, nor were they to be found in his car, yet the conclusion that was immediately arrived at . . was suicide!

Eyewitness testimony is in disagreement as to whether victim's car was initially found locked. Some say it was locked. But the car keys were "found" much later, at the morgue, in a front pocket that had already been searched at the scene. How then was Foster's car opened up?!

It is unclear when and where the victims car keys were actually found. One rescue worker says they were found on the way to the morgue. Another says they were found at the morgue.

Two White House officials traveled to the morgue that night to "identify" the body, even though the PP had already identified it via Foster's White House ID. One of the officials had already identified the body as Foster to his boss earlier in the day. Why was the trip necessary? Graig Livingstone was one of these people.


A suspicious paper with initials "C, H, B" was found in victim's wallet. These could be explained as deposit records of accounts that were in the name of Chelsea Clinton and one or the other parent.

Six of the seven Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department (FCFRD) and Park Police (PP) employees who were first on the scene after the 911 call recall a second civilian vehicle in the parking lot when they arrived. None of the FCFRD members were interviewed in the PP investigation, even though they were requested to turn in reports before leaving at the end of their shift. This vehicle has never been identified.

Five witnesses testified that they saw a briefcase in Foster's car at FT. MARCY PARK. No briefcase was listed in any of the official reports.

When the FCFRD examined the exterior of the Honda, it was noted that the car was locked. less than an hour later, the car was unlocked when it was first officially searched. The keys to the car were not found until hours later, when they were found in his pants pocket in the morgue..

At 6:40 p.m., the PP lead investigator wrote down the name and phone number of a Secret Security officer. The official White House position is that they did not find out about the death until 8:30.

The first question asked by the White House when it learned of Foster's death was if the investigators had checked the registration number of the gun to see if they knew who it belonged to. The White House Director of Personnel called the PP investigator a few minutes later to ask him the same question. Why was this the first question asked, and why was the White House so interested in this that it was the second question as well.

No fingerprints were found on the torn-up "suicide" note. But a palm print was. It was Nussbaum's print.

Experts say he had to hold gun in a VERY awkward position. The latest reports claim he did NOT put gun in mouth but held it out in front pointed at open mouth?

The White House claims that the papers that were removed from Foster's office were personal papers of the Clintons that related to Whitewater. Vince Foster was not the Clintons' personal attorney. Since then it has been learned that many papers, ledgers, memo's, and diary's were withheld.

Fiske said the FBI laboratory performed an through analysis of the available evidence, but they never researched the origins carpet fibers and hairs found all over Foster.

Fiske said there was only one vehicular entrance to the park neglecting to mention two other roads, including a old road since the Civil War, closest to the body by 300 feet.

Fiske said the Saudi Ambassador's residence was the closest building to the park, yet at least seven homes are closer.

In the words of the FBI interview of the only doctor who examined the body at Ft. Marcy, Doctor Haut, "believed the wound was consistent with a 'low velocity weapon.'" The revolver the Fiske Report described as the death gun is NOT a "low velocity weapon." How does the Fiske Report reconcile the doctor's statement? The doctor's statement is not mentioned at all in the Fiske Report.

According to the story, White House nanny Helen Dickey called Gov. Tucker's Mansion sometime before 6:00 PM EDT and spoke to State Trooper Roger Perry telling him that Foster Killed Himself in the White House Parking Lot. According to Testimony, the White House wasn't notified of Foster's death until sometime after 8:30 PM. Perry passed the call on to Betty Tucker. - Interesting

John Crudele in the New York Post 8/8/95 reported that the White House called Gov. Jim Tucker in Arkansas with news of Foster's death at 4:48 PM EDT on July 20, 1993. This is interesting because the body was not discovered until 5:45 PM EDT the 911 call reporting the body 5:59 PM, Park Police reached the body at 6:14 PM, and the White house claims they did not learn of Foster's death until 8:30 PM.

Oddly no dirt was found on victim's shoes. There should have been dirt all over the shoes, not just on the soles. This park is not like most parks. There is no grass or lawn. It is a forest covered with heavy brush and weeds. Even Mike Wallace the pathological liar from 60 Minutes admits that it is impossible to walk the 700 feet through the park without getting dirt all over your shoes. Foster's shoes did not even have the shine dulled.




1. While both the Fiske report and the Senate hearings volumes refer to the Foster "suicide" note as if it were proven to be genuine, three independent handwriting experts have determined conclusively that it is a FORGERY. Yet the falsehood continues without question.

2. No fingerprints on the gun.

3. No proof that it was his gun.

4. Suspicious people seen in and around victim's car just before the body was found.

5. Eyewitnesses saw the victim's briefcase in his car, yet the briefcase vanished.

6. All 35mm film of crime scene was either "overexposed" or it vanished.

7. Most of the Polaroid photos vanished.

8. "Independent" investigator Fiske was forced to concede that the victim's head _had_ been moved---after death had taken place and before his body was photographed.

9. Car keys were not found with victim at crime scene, nor were they to be found in his car, yet the conclusion that was immediately arrived at . . was suicide!

10. The first non-official to see the body said their was no gun in sight; so did the first official to see the body.

11. No blood splatter found. (High velocity .38 bullets through the mouth and head leave spatter!)

12. No bone fragments were found, yet part of the victim's skull was missing, according to some reports.

13. X-rays vanished with no explanation.

14. Dr. Beyer, the examining physician, has a history of mistaking homicide for suicide. In some instances he stated X-rays had been taken; in other instances he stated they had not. Dr. Beyer was 75 yr. old at the time of the autopsy.

15. According to some reports, Foster's head wound not consistent with a high velocity .38 caliber bullet. Dr. Haut's statement to the FBI was that the exit hole was very small. In total contradiction, the Fiske report says Dr. Haut's determination was that the hole was very large.

16. No fingerprints were found on the torn-up "suicide" note. But a palm print was. No determination was made that it was Foster's palm print.

17. Wound seen on Foster's neck by paramedics. One described it as a bullet hole.

18. Dr.Haut & paramedics said they viewed the body in a location that is 200 feet from the site officially described.

19. The cannon near where some witnesses say the body was found has been removed from the park.

20. One paramedic listed the death as a homicide on his report.

21. Numerous hairs and carpet fibers covered Foster's clothing. But his car was never checked to see if any of the same fibers could be found on the driver's seat, as surely there would have been found, had he actually driven himself to Fort Marcy Park.

22. Whereabouts of victim in hours before death remains a mystery.

23. The list of items in his "suicide note" could simply have been some reflection of his plans to resign his White House position.

24. Only two bullets in the gun. No matching bullets were to be found in his home or car.

25. The victim planned to give his visiting sister a tour of the White House the next day.

26. The victim's friend and attorney, Jim Lyons, was coming from Colorado to meet with him the next day.

27. Foster had a full lunch before leaving to kill himself, was jovial, and told his staff he would be back later in the day.

28. In spite of an exhaustive search, no matching bullet was ever found.

29. The attitude of the body was not consistent with suicide. It was laid out straight, with arms neatly at his side.

30. No one heard the shot. Few people in the surrounding area were even asked. The closest house, under construction, was only 400 ft. away.

31. The FBI was kept out of the initial investigation.

32. The lead investigator assigned to go to the body site was performing his first homicide investigation.

33. Victim's appointment book was never found.

34. Victim had been making _overnight_, two-day trips to Switzerland which his wife didn't know about. Indications are that he had a Swiss bank account which had been mysteriously emptied of $2.7 million a week before he died. His last planned trip to Switzerland had, for reasons unknown, been canceled.

35. Victim had been a $300,000 a year lawyer, yet in last weeks before his death he had a chronically overdrawn checking account!

36. Police were prevented from searching victim's home and office.

37. Victim's widow was not interviewed for ten days after the death. Apparently she was shown a gun, silver in color, that was identified as the weapon used. She said it looked like the "silver-colored revolver" she had previously seen at home. The ABC photo very clearly shows a black gun in Foster's hand.

38. No proof that gun found with victim had fired the fatal shot.

39. Photos and reports in the possession of the Park Police and FBI are being kept from public view. (Just like the Zapruder film in 1963.)

40. The Fiske Report contains numerous factual errors regarding time and geography at crime scene. It reports a large pool of blood under Foster's head, even though no one who was at the site made any such report, and some of them, including Dr. Haut and Corey Ashford, specifically stated to the FBI that there was no blood on the ground. (Ashford is one of the medical technicians who picked Foster's body up to remove it from the scene.)

41. One vehicle seen at park by police and rescue eyewitnesses is ignored in the official record of the case.

42. Park Police concluded their investigation before they sent the gun for testing to see if it could fire.

43. Death was ruled a suicide before the investigators viewed the body.

44. The crime scene was never totally secured. (There are access roads near the body-site, in the opposite direction from the parking lot where Foster's car was found. Access to the body, from these roads, was never blocked off in any way.

45. No damage whatsoever to victim's teeth from the recoil of a .38, allegedly placed in his mouth. This pistol has a rather substantial steel aiming device mounted at the top of the end of the 4-inch barrel.

46. Conflicting testimony re: the time at which the victim was identified.

47. There is no evidence to support the Fiske report that the victim had lost weight . The only evidence is that he had gained weight.

48. Conflicting testimony as to when the White House was told of the death---from as early as 6:00 PM, according to the initial report from Chelsea's nanny, to the official time of 8:30 PM.

49. The phone number of a Secret Service officer was found in the notebook of Park Police investigator Rolla. Immediately following this entry was the address and phone number of Vince Foster. When asked about this during his deposition, Rolla got nervous and flustered.

50. Eyewitness testimony is in disagreement as to whether victim's car was initially found locked. Some say it was locked. But the car keys were "found" much later, at the morgue, in a front pocket that had already been searched at the scene. How then was Foster's car opened up?!

51. Because of interference with prosecutor Rodriguez' inquiry into this case, he resigned in protest.

52. Marsha Scott met with Foster, her friend of 20 years, in an unusual 1-2 hour closed-door meeting the day before he died. After Foster died, the _only_ thing Ms. Scott said she could remember discussing, from her long meeting, was that Foster had a good weekend. (!)

53. The ABC News photo published showing Foster's hand with the gun is not consistent with eyewitness accounts of the scene.

54. The victim's office, a secondary crime scene, was immediately cleared of evidence and documents by Clinton administration officials.

55. The victim's personal effects including his pager were returned to the White House within 24 hours---before they could be analyzed by the police.

56. Certain White House personnel, whose names are (for reasons unknown) not in the official record, were prepared to break into Park Police Officer Rolla's desk drawer to obtain a key to the evidence locker where Foster's possessions were being kept. (P. 91 of Hugh Sprunt's report)

57. The neighborhood around the crime scene at Ft. Marcy Park was not canvassed by police, to see if anyone had heard a shot, until two years after the shooting took place.

58. Several police officers in Arkansas have given sworn depositions that they were told of Foster's death at 6:00 PM EST, _before_ police and rescue workers arrived at Ft. Marcy Park. One of them immediately informed the wife of the then-governor of Arkansas.

59. It is unclear when and where the victims car keys were actually found. One rescue worker says they were found on the way to the morgue. Another says they were found at the morgue.

60. Police and rescue workers have been forbidden to discuss the case.

61. No mention has ever been made as to whether there were powder burns inside of Foster's mouth and whether they were consistent with the bullet and spent shell found in the gun at the scene.

\\/ayne //\ann

Clintons motto: "I feel strongly both ways!"