The Clinton body count is quite a long one, full of suicides, car accidents, plane crashes or explosions, people dying of gun shot wounds and people dying from falling out of high apartment buildings.
Since the overwhelming majority were officially ruled as suicide, the Clintons enjoy plausible deniability, which the elite regularly use as a legal shield behind which to hide their horrendous crimes.
The Larry Nichols Confession: ‘I Was A Hitman For Bill And Hillary Clinton‘
Here is a partial list of those who knew or were close to the Clintons:
July 1978: Susan Coleman is shot in the back of the head after allegedly becoming pregnant to Bill Clinton. Verdict: “suicide”.
August 1991: Danny Cassolaro is found dead in bathtub after investigating corruption including the Clintons. Verdict: “suicide”.
July 1992: C. Victor Raiser II (and son Montgomery) die in a plane crash/explosion, and Herschel Friday dies in a separate plane crash/explosion, both deemed “accidents”.
September 1992: Paul Tulley dies to unknown causes.
December 1992: Paula Gober, speechwriter for Clinton, dies in a car accident.
December 1992: Jim Wilhite dies in a skiing accident.
January 1993: Ed Cauley, former Clinton Arkansa campaign manger, dies.
May 1993: John Wilson, former DC city councilman with inside knowledge of Whitewater, is found hanged in his room. Verdict: “suicide”.
July 1993: Paul Wilcher, an attorney, wrote a 105 page letter to then attorney general Janet Reno, describing knowledge of the Mena, Arkansas gun-running and drug-dealing activity. He is found dead in his apartment. The coroner did not rule on the cause of death.
August 1993: Jon Walker, a senior investigator for the Resolution Trust Corporation, looking for source of a suspicious $50 million transfer related to $40 million embezzlement scheme involving Whitewater and the Clintons, falls to his death from a high apartment building. Verdict: “suicide”.
September 1993: Dr. Stanley Heard and Attorney Steve Dickson, family doctor for the Clintons, are killed in 2 plane crashes.
March 1994: Dr. Donald Rogers, family dentist of the Clintons, is killed in plane crash, ruled an “accident”.
May 1994: Gandy Baugh, attorney, commits “suicide” by jumping out of an apartment building.
June 1994: Stanley Huggins, a partner in Memphis law firm investigating the Madison loan, is found dead of viral pneumonia.
July 1994: Calvin Walraven dies of a gun wound to head. Verdict: “suicide”.
October 1994: Florence Martin, who had the PIN to bank account of $1.46 million set up for Barry Seal, is found dead of gun shot wounds to the head.
November 1996: Barbara Wise, worker at the Department of Commerce, is found dead.
1. Molly Macauley, world-renowned “space economist”
2. John Ashe, the former President of the UN General Assembly
3. Victor Thorne was writing a book which was supposed to be a treasure trove of Hillary Clinton opposition research
4. Seth Rich was a DNC staffer and the probable source behind the leaked Podesta emails
5. Joe Montano was an aide to Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine
6. Shawn Lucas was the lead attorney and process server in fraud case against the DNC filed by Bernie Sanders supporters
We should also mention the “suicides” of teenagers Don Henry and Kevin Ives by laying on the railroad tracks. Clinton’s medical examiner conveniently ruled the deaths suicide; but when the parents of the teens screamed bloody murder, the bodies were exhumed showing that the medical examiner, Dr. Fahmy Malak, had lied.
Their bodies clearly showed signs of foul play, one teen having a knife wound, the other with blunt force trauma to the head. It has been rumored for years that the boys had witnessed a huge drug deal go down, part of Clinton’s infamous cocaine empire based in Mena, Arkansas — and so had to disappear.
Below, I have included two documentaries exposing the alleged Clinton murders:
The Bill Clinton Murders
The New Clinton Chronicles: An Investigation Into the Alleged Criminal Activities of Bill Clinton
Finally, here is a quote from Aldrich who worked in the White House as a FBI agent:
“My name would be mud, my FBI career would be over, and I might even be in danger, if the stories coming from Little Rock were true – about how so many enemies of the Clintons ended up having fatal accidents.” – Gary Aldrich, special FBI agent assigned to the White House