The London Telegraph
|A CRIME scene photograph from the investigation into the death of the White House aide Vincent Foster appears to prove that the federal authorities have lied about the case and perpetuated a cover-up that continues to deceive the Foster family, the US Congress, and the American people.|
|The photograph is one of the few
surviving pictures taken by a Park Police officer soon
after Foster's body was found in Fort Marcy Park on July
20, 1993. It reveals that Foster suffered trauma on the
right side of his neck, just below the jawline. On the
photograph there is a clearly visible wound about the
size of an old sixpence, marked by a black
"stippled" ring suggestive of gunpowder burns.
It has the appearance of a small-calibre gunshot wound.
The photograph is undoubtedly authentic. A prosecutor on the staff of Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel appointed by a panel of judges to investigate President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, has shown it to individuals "off the record," including a leading forensic scientist in New York.
It is devastating evidence. The official report issued by Robert Fiske, the Independent Counsel, in June 1994, which concluded that Foster shot himself in the mouth with a Colt .38 revolver, said "there was no other trauma identified that would suggest a circumstance other than suicide." Dismissing the testimony of paramedics who described seeing a wound on Foster's neck when they found the body, the Fiske Report stated that "the photographs taken at the scene conclusively show that there were no such wounds."
In fact, the photograph confirms the eye-witness account of the
Four testified in 1995 that they saw trauma to the neck.
of 35mm photos taken by
technician Peter Simonello were under-exposed and deemed
Rodriguez appealed to
Mr. Starr, the response was vacillation.
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