FBI docs linked to Hillary Clinton role in Vince Foster’s suicide missing
The FBI’s reports linked to Hillary Clinton’s role in the death of Vince Foster, a White House counsel and her friend, have allegedly gone missing. A journalistic investigation says it could be Clinton’s humiliation that pushed Foster to suicide.
According to Daily Mail, documents containing interviews of Clinton conducted after Foster’s death in July 1993 have vanished from the National Archives.
The report claims that author and journalist Ronald Kessler visited the National Archives and Records Service in College Park, Maryland multiple times to review the reports submitted by FBI agents investigating Foster’s suicide.
On his first visit, Kessler received a box of documents, all related to Foster’s suicide – interviews with the medical examiner, US Park Police officers and White House aides.
However, when he visited the archives the second time, the box with allegedly the same set of documents did not have reports on Clinton’s role in the death of her husband’s aide.
Based on interviews of both officials and Foster’s family, the FBI found that a week before the former Bill Clinton aide killed himself, he attended a meeting with Hillary at the White House to discuss her proposed healthcare legislation. – READ MORE