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The untimely Death of Vince Foster was officially ruled to be a suicide. This verdict is a widely disputed
Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park off the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, outside Washington, D.C., on July 20, 1993. Wikipedia's title gives the official narrative. His death was ruled a suicide by multiple official investigations. Note that Wikipedia took the relatively unusual step of censoring some page edits, making the metadata visible but hiding the contents, even to those who know about Wikipedia's censorship.
Terming the death of Vince Foster "the story that nobody dares touch," Michael Rivero wrote that it was "the story that ended my career in Hollywood."Some suspect that Foster died from a shot from a small-caliber pistol to the neck and his body was dumped in the park. A book by Christopher Andersen entitled Bill and Hillary: The Marriage claims that Foster and Hillary Clinton were involved in an affair that led to Foster's death.
Variations on this theory abound, including claims that Mrs. Clinton either killed Foster herself or was personally responsible for having him killed. Aides to Hillary Clinton Maggie Williams (formerly of the Children's Defense Fund) and Craig Livingston (a bar bouncer discovered and employed in a security capacity by Hillary Clinton) may have been surreptitiously investigated for the removal of unidentified files from Foster's office before the Secret Service or FBI could secure the premises. Furthermore, three federal judges (David Sentelle, John Butzner, and Peter T. Fay) attached an addendum to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's Report on Foster's death despite Starr's objection. However, no charges were ever brought forward in connection with any of these allegations.
A suicide note of sorts, actually a draft of a resignation letter, was found torn into 27 pieces in Foster's briefcase after his death. The piece with his signature may never have been found. The text of Foster's note was as follows:
I made mistakes from ignorance, inexperience and overwork
I did not knowingly violate any law or standard of conduct
No one in The White House, to my knowledge, violated any law or standard of conduct, including any action in the travel office. There was no intent to benefit any individual or specific group
The FBI lied in their report to the AG
The press is covering up the illegal benefits they received from the travel staff
The GOP has lied and misrepresented its knowledge and role and covered up a prior investigation
The Ushers Office plotted to have excessive costs incurred, taking advantage of Kaki and HRC
The public will never believe the innocence of the Clintons and their loyal staff
The WSJ editors lie without consequence
I was not meant for the job or the spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered sport
Foster's death was concluded to have been a suicide by inquiries/investigations conducted by the United States Park Police, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the United States Congress, Independent Counsel Robert B. Fiske, and Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr
After a three-year investigation, Starr concluded that Foster's death was a suicide. CNN stated on February 28, 1997, "The Starr report refutes claims by conservative political organizations that Foster was the victim of a murder plot and coverup," but "despite those findings, right-wing political groups have continued to allege that there was more to the death and that the president and first lady [Bill and Hillary Clinton] tried to cover it up." See picture below (Clickable)