The Clinton Blood Trail - "The Suicide Chronicles"

The Clinton Blood Trail - "The Suicide Chronicles"

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In a letter from Former Congressmen William E. Dannemeyer, Dannemeyer wrote to the leaders in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, the following:

“The number [of deaths surrounding the Clintons] has reached a total that can only be described as frightening.”

Other Comments on Public Record:

Paul Begala, Former Clinton Advisor, The New York Times, July 5, 1998 - “Clinton is pushing the envelope. He’s constantly trying to take more power than Congress gives him.” David Schoenbrod, New York School of Law Professor, Los Angeles Times, July 4, 1998 “For example: Presidential Decision Directive 25 [PDD 25] (enacted by Bill Clinton) enables the US military to be moved under UN command without congressional approval.” Bruce Babbitt, Interior Secretary, The Washington Times, June 14, 1999- “The abuse of presidential executive orders and declarations of emergency (by Bill Clinton) is clear and alarming and, in some cases, frightening. The tyranny must end.” The Wall Street Journal, editorial, August 6, 1998 - “We’ve switched the rules of the game. We’re not trying to do things legislatively.” Howard Fineman , Newsweek- “I’ve decided Bill Clinton is at his most genuine when he’s the most phony...” Janet Reno, Attorney General, AP Press, December 10, 1993 - “Waiting periods are only a step. Registration is only a step. The prohibition of firearms is the goal.” William J. Clinton, United States President, Today Show, Marh 2, 2000 - “Do I think guns should be registered? Of course I do, of course, I do.”

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FOREWORD

Virtually since before the beginning of the Clinton Administration, a series of deaths and “accidents” have plagued this administration resulting in the elimination of many of this Presidents closest advisors, “friends,” and persons opposed to his various agendas. There have been an inordinate number of plane crashes, “suicides,” one-person fatal “accidents,” and numerous other unexplained deaths. Contained in the pages of this report is a synopsis of these deaths, a summary of the links between these individuals and the Clinton Administration both public and private, and the details of their deaths. There are designations contained within the independent descriptions describing the links between these people and the Clintons. The term “friend” designates someone who was personally close to Bill Clinton, or his inner circle of associates, either business, or political. A person with the designation of “colleague” describes an affiliation existing between these individuals and Bill Clinton which would position them to either endorse, or oppose the Clinton plans to carry out miscellaneous agendas, for instance, health-care reform issues, the Waco Massacre, financial matters, or the reassignment of US troops to UN authority (FORBIDDEN UNDER OUR CONSTITUTION, BUT CLINTON HAS DONE IT ANYWAY, [see PDD 25].) or other aspects of military illegalities including the use of US troops against US citizens. The term “bodyguard” signifies an individual who, through their close attachment to Bill Clinton as a bodyguard, or escort, would have been privy to actions conducted by Mr. Clinton in a close and personal way. The term “opposition” indicates a person or persons known to be against Clinton in some fashion. It is the intention of this report to open for discussion the possibility that this series of so-called coincidences may perhaps not be so coincidental after all. Those conclusions will be left for the readers of this document to form, this will merely remain a compilation of the facts of the cases and the li