The Clinton Dead Body Trail

As we get closer to the coronation of “The Ovaries” as the next Democrat Presidential nominee, it bears explaining to those who are not aware how she received the nickname “Killery” (besides Benghazi and her affiliation with Planned Parenthood).  The Clintons have a long list of dead bodies behind them, many of which have ties to various scandals throughout their political careers.  Here is a list in chronological order of over fifty names with cause of death, date of death, and their tie to the Clintons. In addition, there is a brief summary of a few of their major scandals just before the year in which they took place for clarification. Keep this list in mind if  the need to do business with them should ever arise. 

1978

The INSLAW case contended that “major U.S. intelligence agencies stole Inslaw Inc.’s PROMIS database management software.  Originally developed in the early 1980’s to provide federal prosecutors with computerization to handle paper-intensive case-management tracking, Inslaw says the government took PROMIS and has used it, illegally and without license, continually since 1985 on numerous sites in federal agencies throughout the government — including in the offices of the Attorney General of the United States, the Honorable Ms. Janet Reno….the company’s then-owner, Jackson Stephens, was the first major financial backer of Bill Clinton’s campaign for the presidency.  The Rose Law Firm represented Systematics, and during that era its partner Hillary Clinton became something of an expert in the esoteric legal field of intellectual property rights and patent protection, while personally representing the Systematics firm.”

Mena– “Reporter Gary Webb of the San Jose Mercury News alleged that when Bill Clinton was governor, Mena, Arkansas was a CIA airport Drop Location. During the Clinton presidential administration (1993-2001), there were accusations that Clinton, during his time as governor of Arkansas, and other high-ranking state officials were involved in some way with illegal cocaine importation, money laundering, and drug use centered upon the airport in Mena”.

1987

1988

1989

1991

1992

Waco– “The Waco siege was a siege of a compound belonging to the religious group Branch Davidians by American federal and Texas state law enforcement and US military between February 28 and April 19, 1993. The incident began when the ATF attempted to raid the ranch. An intense gun battle erupted, resulting in the deaths of four agents and six Branch Davidians. Upon the ATF’s failure to raid the compound, a siege was initiated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the standoff lasting 51 days. Eventually, the FBI launched an assault and initiated a tear gas attack in an attempt to force the Branch Davidians out. During the attack, a fire engulfed Mount Carmel Center. 76 people died, [8][9] including David Koresh.”

Whitewater– “The Whitewater controversy  began with investigations into the real estate investments of Bill and Hillary Clinton and their associates, Jim and Susan McDougal, in the Whitewater Development Corporation, a failed business venture in the 1970s and 1980s. A March 1992 New York Times article published during the U.S. presidential campaign reported that the Clintons—then governor and first lady of Arkansas—had invested and lost money in the Whitewater Development

Corporation.[1] The article stimulated the interest of L. Jean Lewis, a Resolution Trust Corporation investigator who was looking into the failure of Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan, owned by McDougal. David Hale, the source of criminal allegations against the Clintons, claimed in November 1993 that as governor of Arkansas, Clinton had pressured him into providing an illegal $300,000 loan to Susan McDougal, the Clintons’ partner in the Whitewater land deal.[3]U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation did result in convictions against the McDougals for their role in the Whitewater project, but the Clintons themselves were never prosecuted.”

1993

The Paula Jones case precipitated Clinton’s impeachment and acquittal. Charges of perjury and obstruction of justice were brought against Clinton. Jones’s lawyers decided to show to the court a pattern of behavior by Clinton that involved his allegedly repeatedly becoming sexually involved with state or government employees. Jones’s lawyers therefore subpoenaed women they suspected Clinton had affairs with, one of whom was Monica Lewinsky. In his deposition for the Jones lawsuit, Clinton denied having “sexual relations” with Monica Lewinsky. Based on testimony provided by Linda Tripp, which identified the existence of a blue dress with Clinton’s semen on it, Kenneth Starr concluded that Clinton’s sworn testimony was false and perjurious. Eventually, the court dismissed the Paula Jones harassment lawsuit, on the grounds that Jones failed to demonstrate any damages. However, while the dismissal was on appeal, Clinton entered into an out-of-court settlement by agreeing to pay Jones $850,000.

1994

1995

1996

1997

Even though more than $4000 remained in the store, the police have categorized the triple murder as a robbery, even as they acknowledge the “execution style” killings. There was no sign of forced entry.  One report is that the Starbuck’s        was still locked when the bodies were found the next morning. Robbers don’t bother locking doors.

A recent affidavit filed by NOAA’s Sonya Stewert, confirms that the Department of Commerce was selling trade mission seats in exchange for campaign donations, and illegally blocking FOIA requests. Named in the affidavit as the White House staffer directly connected to this obstruction is Doris Matsui. Doris’s assigned intern during this period was Mary Mahoney.

1998

1999

2000

Ghigliotti, a thermal imaging analyst hired by the House Government Reform Committee to review tape of the siege, said he determined the FBI fired shots (in Waco) on April 19, 1993. The FBI has explained the light bursts on infrared           footage as reflections of sun rays on shards of glass or other debris that littered the scene.  “I conclude this based on  the groundview videotapes taken from several different angles simultaneously and based on the overhead thermal tape,” Ghigliotti told The Washington Post last October. “The gunfire from the ground is there, without a doubt.”  Ghigliotti said the tapes also confirm the Davidians fired repeatedly at FBI agents during the assault, which ended when flames raced through the compound. About 80 Branch Davidians perished that day, some from the fire, others from gunshot wounds.  Mark Corallo, a spokesman for the congressional committee chaired by Rep. Dan Burton, R- Ind., said that police found the business cards of a committee investigator in Ghigliotti’s office. Corallo said Ghigliotti’s  work for the committee ended some time ago.

2012-Bengahzi

Amb Chris Stevens – an American career diplomat and lawyer who served as theU.S. Ambassador to Libya from May 22, 2012 to September 11, 2012.  Stevens was the eighth U.S. Ambassador to be killed while in office. Stevens had sent out a diplomatic cable expressing concerns about security at Benghazi on the day he was murdered.[25] Stevens stated that two Libyan security groups were threatening to withdraw over a disagreement on U.S. policy whether centrist politician Mahmoud Jibril would become Libya’s prime minister.

Sean Smith – information management officer with the United States Foreign Service; on the day of his death, Smith typed a message to the director of his online gaming corporation that read, “Assuming we don’t die tonight. We saw one of our ‘police’ that guard the compound taking pictures.”

Glen Doherty –  trained as a pilot at Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University before moving to Snowbird, Utah for several winters and then joining the United States Navy. Doherty served as a Navy SEAL, responded to the bombing of the USS Cole and had tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was instrumental in ending the Maersk Alabama hijacking, as one of the snipers who fired the fatal shots killing the pirates holding hostage Capt. Richard Phillips. He left the Navy in 2005 as a petty officer, first class. After leaving the Navy, he worked for a private security company in Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Kenya and Libya. In the month prior to the attack, Doherty as a contractor with the State Department, told ABC News in an interview that he personally went into the field in Libya to track down MANPADS, shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles, and destroy them.

Tyrone Woods – served 20 years of honorable service in the U.S. Navy before joining State Department Diplomatic Security as a U.S. embassy security operative,[ostensibly working under a service contract. Since 2010, Woods had protected American diplomats in posts from Central America to the Middle East.  In November 2012, senior U.S. intelligence officials said that Woods and Doherty were actually CIA contractors, not State Department security officers as had been previously reported,[31] and that the two men, together with other CIA security officers, played a pivotal role in defending against the Benghazi embassy attack.

Seth Rich – Seth C. Rich was fatally shot on July 10, 2016. He was a 27-year-old employee of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).  Julian Assange of Wikileaks claims Rich was the originator of the DNC leaks which may have contributed to his death.  However, the cops suspected Rich was a victim of an attempted robbery, one of many that plague the neighborhood. Strangely, however, they found his wallet, credit cards and cellphone on his body. The band of his wristwatch was torn but not broken.  The timing is frankly suspicious. Or just coincidental.

John Ashe – was facing trial for tax fraud — died in his house in Westchester County. The UN said he’d had a heart attack, but the local Dobbs Ferry police said Thursday that his throat had been crushed, presumably by a barbell he dropped while pumping iron.Ashe was due in court with his Chinese businessman co-defendant Ng Lap Seng, who was charged with smuggling $4.5 million into the US since 2013 and lying that it was to buy art and casino chips.  Ng was identified in a 1998 Senate report as the source of hundreds of thousands of dollars illegally funneled through an Arkansas restaurant owner, Charlie Trie, to the Democratic National Committee during the Clinton administration.

Victor Thorn – author of more than 20 books, he was best known for the Clinton triology, “three definitive works that delved into the history of the power couple including their sordid scandals, Bill Clinton’s sexual assaults of multiple women, and the drug running out of Mena, Arkansas while Clinton was governor of the state.”  Talk show host Russell Scott said on August 3rd that Thorn had been a guest on his show twice and was scheduled to be back on the show in September as the post-Labor Day election season was heating up. Scott claimed that Thorne told him last year as the 2016 campaign began: “Russell, if I’m ever found dead, it was murder. I would never kill myself.” He was found August 1, 2016 at the top of a mountain near his home, the apparent victim of a gunshot wound.

Shawn Lucas – Lucas appeared in a video in which he served papers relating to a lawsuit against the DNC alleging that then DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz “rigged the primary for Hillary Clinton”. The lawsuit, filed in June 28, alleged “that Wasserman Schultz and the DNC were fraudulent, negligent and misrepresented their true motivations in the Democratic presidential primary,” according to UPI. Lucas was found unconscious in his bathroom by his girlfriend, Savannah King on August 2 and authorities have refused to say how he died.