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The Clintons 01: Cocaine Mafia

Clintons' cocaine mafia (doc from 1994): Clinton's mafia with cocaine, drug smuggling on MENA airport, toga parties, threats, murder attempts, murders, money laundering, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud BCCI etc. - Arkansas+Washington DC

Map of Arkansas with it's capital Little Rock and the airfield of MENA  The Cocaine Bill Clinton says: "I've never done anything wrong". His crimes are: cocaine use, cocaine smuggling, threats, murder attempts, contracting killers, money laundering, document destruction, manipulation of the judiciary, and bank fraud of BCCI etc.
Map of Arkansas with it's capital Little Rock and the airfield of MENA - The Cocaine Bill Clinton says: "I've never done anything wrong". His crimes are: cocaine use, cocaine smuggling, threats, murder attempts, contracting killers, money laundering, document destruction, manipulation of the judiciary, and bank fraud of BCCI etc.

A movie by "Citizens for honest government" (1994)

Movie protocol by Michael Palomino (2018)
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The connection for cocaine smuggling in the "USA" is made of Democrats + CIA. CIA is not mentioned in this movie.

Clintons' cocaine mafia (doc from 1994): Clinton's mafia with cocaine, drug smuggling on MENA airport, toga parties, threats, murder attempts, murders, money laundering, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud BCCI etc. - Arkansas+Washington DC

EXPOSED: The Clinton's & CIA; Trafficking Cocaine (1h41'7'')

(original English: EXPOSED: The Clinton's & CIA; Trafficking Cocaine (1h41'7'')
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItbRU_8gVRI
CLINTONs Drogenkartell: Kokain-Schmuggel, Flugplatz MENA, Geldwäsche, Sexangriffe, Morde - Ark.+DC (1h41'7'')
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09jaXiLimvo&t=1100s


Books and web sites

Books:
-- Sacred Wisdom - ISBN 1-56935-055-8 - Phoenix Source Publishers, Inc. P.O. Box 27353 - Las Vegas, Nevada 89126 - June 1995 - for information call: 1-800-800-5565
-- The Boys on the Tracks: Death, Denial, and a Mother's Crusade to Bring Her Son's Killers to Justice by Mara Leveritt

Web site: Facebook group: Justice for Kevin Ives and Don Henry
@justiceforkevinanddon #kevinives #donhenry

The witnesses


Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation
Charles Black, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney of Polk County in Mena, ArkansasCharles Black, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney of Polk County in MENA, Arkansas
Doc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater caseDoc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater case
Dr. Samuel Houston, former medical doctor treating Hillary's father Hugh Rodham and Cocaine Bill ClintonDr. Samuel Houston, former medical doctor treating Hillary's father Hugh Rodham and Cocaine Bill Clinton
Gary Johnson, former attorney for Larry NicholsGary Johnson, former attorney for Larry Nichols
Jean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task forceJean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task force
Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]
Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police OfficerLarry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer
Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987
Die Stimme von Nora Waye, Ex-Geschäftspartner von Clintons Stiefvater (das Foto ist von Kokain-Clinton, wie er sich wirklich sah...)Voice of Nora Waye, former business partner of Clinton's stepfather [the photo is of cocaine Clinton how he saw himself in real]
Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer
Russell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigationRussell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigation
Scott Wheeler, journalistScott Wheeler, journalist
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness
Tom McKenney, Lt. Col., United States Marine Corps (retired)Tom McKenney, Lt. Col., United States Marine Corps (retired)
Don Hewitt, Executive Producer, "60 Minutes"Don Hewitt, Executive Producer, "60 Minutes"
Gary Parks, the son of murder victim Jerry ParksGary Parks, the son of murder victim Jerry Parks
Jim Leach , United States Congressman [Republicans]Jim Leach , United States Congressman [Republicans]
William Dannemeyer, United States Congressman (1979-1992)William Dannemeyer, United States Congressman (1979-1992)
Winston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney GeneralWinston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney General
Paula Jones, victim of one of the sexual harassment and exhibitionism of Cocaine Bill ClintonPaula Jones, victim of one of the sexual harassment and exhibitionism of Cocaine Bill Clinton
Co victim of Paula Jones, her husband Steve JonesCo victim of Paula Jones, her husband Steve Jones
Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.
Al Gore (could be also on cocaine?) affirming there are "highest ethical standards in this White House"Al Gore (could be also on cocaine?) affirming there are "highest ethical standards in this White House"

Key words
ADFA Arkansas = Arkansas Development Finance Authority
Toga party
MENA airport
THE MENA CONNECTION
Cocaine Bill Clinton
Grand Jury
Tyson=food company in the "USA" distributing drugs in the whole country with their drivers
Whitewater Scandal=Purchase of houses on State's bonds and losses will be payed by the tax payer
BCCI=Bank of Credit and Commerce International 1972-1991
Suicide=fancy cover-up word for murder
Air crash=fancy cover-up word for murder
 

Content
1. The Cocaine Bill Clinton in Arkansas - 12 years of a cocaine governor 1981-1993 with cocaine smuggling, money laundering, drug parties, law firm, judicial manipulations and murders
2. Cocaine Bill Clinton in in Washington 1993-2001: Silence, simulations, drugs, food company with Tyson as a drug dealer
3. Cocaine Bill Clinton's women in Arkansas: drugs, romances, mad exhibitionism and sex attacks - and murder of confident detective Jerry Parks
4. The question: Why was it possible that Cocaine Bill Clinton became a President?
5. Whitewater affair with bribed lawyers, destruction of files and murder of Vince Foster
6. Arkansas: Cocaine Clinton with an own bank BCCI - collapse of money laundering bank BCCI - Clifford, Fiske, Cocaine Clintons, concealed testimonies
7. Appeal: public hearings to the Congress are missing
8. Washington DC, July14, 1994: Distribution of the movie - July25, 1994: documentation is distributed - the counter reaction: witnesses are barred, and a new propaganda campaign is started
9. Appeal: Cocaine Bill Clinton has to be removed as President - impeachment
10. The list of Clinton's murders 1991-1995 (the list is incomplete)



1. The Cocaine Bill Clinton in Arkansas - 12 years of a cocaine governor 1981-1993 with cocaine smuggling, money laundering, drug parties, law firm, judicial manipulations and murders

20.11.1993: Cocaine Bill Clinton becomes a "president" - the media conceal all his cocaine trafficking and his cocaine addiction
November 20, 1993: William Jefferson Clinton became president of the "USA" (7''). But the population knew hardly anything about the criminal background of this man (14''). The media reported nothing about it (21''). Previously, he had been a governor (23''). Within 12 years he had gained complete control over Arkansas (31''). As a president, he then brought his gang to Washington. And with that gang the kidnapping of the "USA" was prepared, with incalculable consequences for the "USA" (46'').

Title of the movie: Citizens for Honest Government presents: The Clinton Chronicles (1'2''). Any information in this movie is secured by documents and is true (1'14'').

Hot Springs and Governor of Arkansas
Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: The Clinton family grew up in Hot Springs, [in the prairie] (1'37 ''). When Bill Clinton was elected as a representative, he became ambitious (2'0 ''). He had ambitions and was a charming man (2'20 ''). He has more energy than 10 people together (2'27 ''). He could fit in anywhere (2'41 ''). Then he became a governor and started with his foundation (2'53 '').

Cocaine Bill Clinton with extra maneuvers and he is a long-term liar
Die Stimme von Nora Waye, Ex-Geschäftspartner von Clintons Stiefvater (das Foto ist von Kokain-Clinton, wie er sich wirklich sah...)Voice of Nora Waye, former business partner of Clinton's stepfather [the photo is of cocaine Clinton how he saw himself in real]

Report by Nora Waye: Clinton was like a rower on the street. And he did business with the Russians against the "US" guidelines, but was never punished for that (3'29 ''). He has spread many untruths, which happened in Arkansas, e.g. he said he never raised taxes in Arkansas, but he HAS raised taxes 126 times (3'43 '').

Judge Jim Johnson: Clinton was a long-term liar and always felt good about it, but lost touch with reality (3'54 '').

ADFA structure in Arkansas - parts of funds diverted for campaigns and friends
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: Bill was an entrepreneurial personality (4'46 ''). Clinton organized a "political machine" (5'10 ''). He paid wages, rewards for electoral work, etc. (5'55 ''). Bill Clinton sold the concept of ADFA to Arkansas (6'16 ''), a vehicle to create jobs and advise schools and the church (6'19 ''). The reality was different: large amounts of money were diverted to the election campaign, and to his closest friends, and to Hillary Clinton's "Rose Law Firm - a professional association" (in Little Rock)] (6'31 '').

Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.

Cocaine in Arkansas - MENA airfield as a hub - 100 million dollars money laundering PER MONTH
Larry Nichols, former marketing of ADFA: Arkansas became the cocaine hub at the airfield of MENA (7'47''). If you make 100s of millions of dollars with cocaine, this becomes a problem in a small state like Arkansas (7'56 ''). There were 100 million dollars being washed PER MONTH (8'1''). By 1989, this had never been done in the banks of Arkansas (8'6 ''). Money was transferred to Florida and then transferred to BCCI, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (8'15 ''). They transferred the money to a bank in Georgia, then to New York, and also involved a bank in Chicago, owned by one of the owners Dan Rostenkowski, chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee (8'33 ''). Dan Lasater got the bonds. He was to become the stockbroker for the bonds (8'40 ''). He should then resell and transfer the money back (8'56 '').

Doc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater caseDoc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater case

Doc DeLaughter: "During the last investigation we had numerous witnesses for the Federal Grand Jury, ah, had extensive testimony, ah, people that was connected with Lasater and drug use and everything else (9'12''). His cocaine use become used as a tool for sexual favors and also for business deals and to influence people (9'25''). And that's when Mr. Lashley become quite flamboyant with his cocaine use and the ultimately led to his arrest and commission." (9'37'')

Larry Nichols, former marketing of ADFA: "Dan Lasater who was best friend of Bill Clinton, who went to jail with Roger Clinton for cocaine and by the way, let me explain something, he didn't sell cocaine, no, they were giving it away (9'50''). Huge piles in his office, ashtray upon ashtray full at the parties and they would give it to young girls (9'58''). That's sick. I mean, they were given a highly addictive drug to young girls." (10'6'')

Cocaine career in Arkansas under Cocaine Bill Clinton: youth girl being given cocaine destroying their learning process
Doc DeLaughter, ex police detective: "One particular one comes to mind as a 14 year old cheerleader out of North Laurel Rock, she was a virgin, and ultimately he ended up a senator to reposition of his, the physician put her on birth control pills, he used cocaine in order to - ultimately she lost her virginity and she got addicted to cocaine (10'40''), and the last I heard of her when we had her subpoena back to the Federal Grand Jury, she was a hooker in Lake Tahoe." (10'46'')

Money laundering - 100 millions of dollar of cocaine profits PER MONTH
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Dan Lasater contracted the launderer the money. In addition to this contract to launder the money in the system that he and Bill Clinton set up to do it." (10'56'')
Article: Whitewater probe leads to coke dealer. Ski resort owner ex falon got close to Clinton after meeting his mother. (11'0'')
Larry Nichols: "Probably what he did, and she took advantages of the cocaine. That's why he could give it away (11'4''). They had 100 million a month in cocaine (11'6''). They wouldn't care if you took a bucketful that day." (11'13'')

Lasater indicted: Cocaine Clinton had corrupt policemen as drug "business partner"
Doc DeLaughter, former police investigator: "Lasater was indicted, I started to receive quite a bit of harassment from - from my own department, Arkansas State Police (11'24''). And I knew the reason behind it because affiliation with the State Police and the governor's office with ban Lasater and his business associates." (11'36'').
Article: Deals connect Lasater, Rose. Former bond trader Dan Lasater has business ties with at least one partner at Little Rock's Rose Law Firm. (11'37'')
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson: "Mr. Lasater's cocaine involvement at Thomas was very heavy, then at times he was very - cool, calm, mediocre (11'47''). He was - he was very careful as all of them have been for quite some time." (11'54'')

Lasater in a luxury jail for 6 to 8 months - Cocaine Bill Clinton granting
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Lasater, he was convicted, he went to a minimum-security prison, a holiday hotel, we call him, he spent I think it was six to eight months, and he got out unbeknownst to anybody (12'4''). Bill Clinton - the day after he got out - granting him a full and complete pardon (12'8''). So, if you think he's tough on crime, think about a man that pardons a man, that gives cocaine to the kids." (12'18'')

Clinton's fake commercial movie for a "better future" - but he himself HAS PROVOKED fear and violence
Cocaine Bill Clinton also made commercial movies for his campaigns against fear and violence which he had provoked himself with his drug trafficking in Arkansas. Here is one of his commercials:
Cocaine Bill Clinton says: "Fear and violence is robbing our children of their future. We must take away that fear and give them hope. We must give Alicia and all our children back their childhood. Working together, we can." (12'30'').
Comment's voice: "Do something now. Call 1-800, we prevent." (12'34'')
Cocaine addicted Bill Clinton becomes a "President"
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "And then he became President, the President of the United States, not only was a part of the system that was laundering millions of cocaine dollars (12'48''). Your President signed off on, he can't deny that he did, you see because there's one little catch (12'56''). Every loan at me. Bill Clinton himself had signed off more than Bill Clinton (13'4''). You better identify the people in the loop at the drug-running. Yo better identify the people in the loop for money laundering (13'12''). And what you will find there is that people go straight to Washington." (13'18'')


Arkansas: Education law (law 1062) - company POM with Web Hubbell - ethic law for governments

Arkansas: Education law for schools and universities of [cocaine] Bill Clinton - it was only a law for money laundering!
[So the drug money was invested now]:

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Act 1062: If you look at it, it says that ADFA was developed and created to provide low-interest bond loans for churches, schools, colleges, so, look what happened in our legislature (13'30''): They voted on the bill creating at, thinking that they were getting money to colleges and schools, to buy books and so forth (13'37''), for a better way to run thousands of tens of millions of dollars (13'43''). Laundry, clean it up, and used the cover of a state agency to do it (13'48'').

Arkansas: parking meter company "POM Incorporated" - Web Hubbell organizing first loans for POM
Larry Nichols: "The first loan made it was made to Parco Meter Company, being called Park O Me (13'55''). Seth Ward was the owner. As I started looking I found out that the secretary treasurer was Web Hubbell (14'3''). Then I found out [that] Web Hubbell was Seth Ward's son-in-law. Guess who drafted the legislation creating act 1062 which created the Arkansas Development Finance Authority: Web Hubbell (14'18''). Guess who introduced the legislation to our legislatures and got it passed through our house: Web Hubbell (14'26''). Guess who got the first loan: Web Hubbell (14'29''). Imagine this: Guess who did the audit and the evaluation of the application: Rose Law Firm, you guessed it (14'36''). Who signed it? Web Hubbell, Hillary Clinton. You see that's against the law in Arkansas: You cannot investigate yourself, when the good faith and credit of the state of Arkansas was involved in a bond issue (14'47''). He broke the law." (14'48'')

Arkansas 1988: Clinton with drugs - Ethic Law does not count for the Clinton Family
Film speaker: "Ironically, Web Hubbell, a senior partner at the Rose Law Firm, was chairman of the Conflict's Committee at Rose. In 1988, he successfully advanced the Ethics and Government Act which required Arkansas legislators to report governmental conflicts of interest (15'10''). Incredibly this law specifically exempted governor Bill Clinton, his appointees and his relatives." (15'18'')

Cocaine Clinton as a "President" Hubbell has to resign in 1994 already

1993-2001: Cocaine Clinton as a "President - Web Hubbell as a Vice Minister of Justice - Hubbell resigns in March 1994 because of overbilling clients of Rose Law Firm
Film speaker: "Clinton's appointment of Hubbell to the "U.S." Justice Department (Vice Minister of Justice [web04]) exemplified the administration's total disregard for Legal Ethics." (15'27'')

[And then this Web Hubbell was resigning in March 1994 already]:
Article: Hubbell Resigns, Key Justice Post In Surprise Move (15'30'')
Film speaker: "Hubbell's hasty resignation in March 1994 for overbilling of Rose clients was merely a ploy [maneuver] to remove Hubbell from the limelight [stage] before extensive criminal charges could be brought against him." (15'39'')

Arkansas: Parking Meter Company POM gets a loan of 2.85 million dollars - boss is Web Hubbell - it's all money laundering - never payed back
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Let me tell you about Park O Me. The first loan was 2.85 million dollars. Never was opinion to pay back. As the newspaper people started inquiring about the Parkometer loans, what they found was that Parkometer was actually building retrofit nosecone compartments (16'7''). They were being shipped to MENA (16'10''). We found out that the nose cones were actually being used to smuggle boat back into the country." (16'16'')


The connection of POM company with airfield of MENA - and Barry Seal

Arkansas: POM with rocket nose parts and little airplanes for cocaine smuggling
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "And what is scary, what's so scary, it's the same cast of characters: Web Hubbell, the Rose Law Firm, are guilty, I say to you, of conspiring to defraud the state of Arkansas, the Federal Government, and they conspired to solicit the sales and the laundering of money - for illegal drugs (16'43''). This is your president. This is a circle of power. These are the people when he got elected president, he did not pass go, he took him straight to Washington with him (16'55''). In all things holy. I think he was planning to set up and do the same thing in Washington." (17'1'')

[It can be admitted that after changing to Washington to the White House the drug activities were not stopping].

Arkansas 1982: Cocaine dealer Barry Seal installing drug smuggling on MENA Airport - Clinton with drugs in his office - airplanes and pilots for cocaine smuggling
Film speaker: "In 1982 cocaine trafficker Barry Seal set up one of the largest drug smuggling operations in the "United States" in MENA (Arkansas) (17'10''), under the approving eye of Governor Bill Clinton." (17'14'')

Larry Nichols, former marketing of ADFA: "Barry Seal had a bunch of planes and supposedly had pilots (17'19''). Barry Seal was a drug smuggler, he tried to set it up in his home state of Louisiana but they wouldn't let him (17'28''). He had to come to a state that had a sleazy governor, hooked on cocaine, and everybody knew it (17'37''). Yeah, Bill Clinton was hooked on cocaine." (17'40'')
Article: Clinton 'took cocaine while in office'. (17'37'')

Arkansas: Cocaine toga paries etc. with cocaine addicted Cocaine Bill Clinton

Arkansas: Bill Clinton sniffing cocaine, it's just "normal"
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson: "I live in Littler Rock (Arkansas), ok, and I worked at a cup called base, the bistros, and I met Roger Clinton there, [with] governor Bill Clinton, so a couple of his state troopers that went with him wherever he went (17'59''). Roger Clinton - I - had come up to me and he had asked me: 'Could I get have some coke?' - you know - and asked for my one-hitter which - a one-hitter is a very small silver device - ok - that you use to stick up into your nose, and you just squeeze it in it, I snorted cocaine, it goes up in there." (18'18'')
Article: Mr. Clinton's drug use, is true, involved the systematic violation of the law when he was either a law professor, or in high office as Attorney General and later Governor of Arkansas. (18'10'')
Sharline Wilson: "And ah, I watched Roger, him, what I had given him, to Governor Clinton, then he just a kind of turned around and - walked off and - that's one specific." (18'34'')

Arkansas: drug addicted Cocaine Bill Clinton 2 times in hospital because of an overdose
Dr. Samuel Houston, former medical doctor treating Hillary's father Hugh Rodham and Cocaine Bill ClintonDr. Samuel Houston, former medical doctor treating Hillary's father Hugh Rodham and Cocaine Bill Clinton

Dr. Samuel Houston: "I am [..] medical doctor at Medical Center here in Little Rock, is taking care of Bill Clinton for his sinus problems, which may indeed be drug-related to cocaine use as they destroy the sinus passages (18'50''). Governor Bill Clinton was taken into the hospital I believe it was the Medical Center on at least one or two occasions (18'57'') for cocaine abuse and overdoses in which he actually had to be cared for at the hospital." (19'5'')

Arkansas: Cocaine Bill Clinton's cocaine mafia with policemen with toga parties with girls, sex and cocaine
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson: "It led to - ahm - toga parties,
Article: Cocaine and toga parties: Clinton stands accused (19'23'')
and if you are not sure on what a toga party is, I had to clarify this in the past: toga party is where you wrap yourself in a sheet, most the time (19'22''). Ah, the people at the toga parties were governor Clinton, now President Clinton, Attorney General Steve Cart, ok, he was there a few times, members of the Arkansas State Police, you know, along with Roger and, you know, other people (19'44''). They began to dance around, do the cocaine in one room, have sex in another room, because [...] the rooms were joining, you know (19'55''), and, to be quiet truthful, you end up with somebody in particular and you nine times out of ten ended up having sex (20'7''), and, ah, there was cocaine there, I, I know, I'm, I'm the one that made sure it was there." (20'14'')

Arkansas: Neighbors and population wanted a hearing at the Congress because of Cocaine Bill Clinton's drug addiction
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "I talked to the manager, to the assistant manager, for the apartment complex where Roger Clinton [the half brother of Bill Clinton] used to live (20'19''). They have all said, Bill Clinton did drugs. They saw him (20'24''). I talked to a lot of other people who of all - just like the people at the apartment complex - said: 'Hey John, get us to a congressional hearing. Yes, we will sign sworn affidavits.' (20'38'') - These people want to be sure when they come forward. That has something to be done about it, because they fear for their life (20'45''). But they really want the truth to get out." (20'47'')

Arkansas: Cocaine drug party in the Governor's Palace of Little Rock
Sharline Wilson ex gang member: "I was there with Roger one night [in the Governor's Mansion], and back in the back part of the mansion there - there is a kind of like a living quarters type thing, and, we were all get together out there and - do cocaine - you know (21'5''). And, no Miss Clinton was there at the time." (21'8'')


Arkansas: Drug smuggling at MENA airfield
Map of Arkansas with it's capital Little Rock and the airfield of MENA
Map of Arkansas with it's capital Little Rock and the airfield of MENA

Arkansas: Investigations against drug smuggling at MENA airfield since 1983
Russell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigationRussell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigation

Russell Welch, detective MENA airfield: "In 1983, I was made aware that Sheriff had a way, and one of his own ancillary deputies - Tarique Part - were investigating a smuggling operation going on at the MENA Airport (21'22''). They had an inside source of information." (21'25'')

Arkansas MENA: Mr. Seal installed the drug smuggling at MENA airfield and money laundering also at the same time

Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation

Bill Duncan, revenue service: "Mr. Seal - as it was our understanding - was the one who had brought the operation into the MENA Airport, and that had initiated the beginning of the money-laundering and the illegal activity." (21'40'')

Arkansas MENA: There were many little airplanes - all for cocaine smuggling
Russell Welch, detective MENA: "He [Barry Seal] said in 1983 was his most profitable cocaine smuggling period ever, ah, he said that he - the airplanes that he had placed at the main airport there were four of them, a couple of Senecas, and a couple of Panthers, and one or two Stragglers, here and there are different airplanes (21'56''). He said they were purchased solely for the purpose of cocaine smuggling." (22'0'')

Winston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney GeneralWinston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney General

Winston Bryant: "There was - in my opinion - more than enough evidence to prosecute a number of people for crimes regarding the Barry Seal case at MENA." (22'9'')

Arkansas, Flugplatz MENA: Everybody could see that drugs were loaded there
Doc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater caseDoc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater case

Doc DeLaughter: "I snagged around, crawled through the bushes, thinking that I would really have to hide, just him unloading the dope (22'16''). The net, and you could walk right up to the airport and they'd unloaded it right in front of you." (22'20'')
Article: Money Laundering Alleged. According to an Arkansas official who investigated this case, there was "plenty" of evidence that illegal money laundering was going on, but no indictments ever came down on those concerned (22'26'')
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Nichols: "
They would unload it, they would offload it, thank you!" (22'26'')
Arkansas MENA: money laundering in the Barry Seal group
Russell Welch, detective MENA: "They ain't here a certain degree of money-laundering had taken place - ahm - among these people that were associated with Barry Seal (22'30'').

Arkansas MENA: The connection with ADFA was not seen - Cocaine Bill Clintons remains free
Doc DeLaughter: "What had not been done was to connect the dotted lines to ADFA, when she connected the dotted lines to ADFA you had actually connected the dotted lines to Clinton." (22'41'')

Arkansas MENA: dropping locations for money and cocaine
Film speaker: "In addition to the operations at MENA, small clearings and other parts of the state were used as drop points for money and cocaine." (22'49'')

Arkansas, MENA airfield: manipulated doors, dropping of drugs and money during the flights
Russell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigationRussell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigation

Russell Welch: "They got special cargo doors installed in the side without without FAA permission, so that these doors could be opened in flight (23'2''). They had pull in slied back and - and the cocaine can be dropped outside in flight." (23'7'')
Article: THE MENA CONNECTION. Reed said he left Toshiba in December 1982 and a month later placed a classified advertisement in the Daily Oklahoman in Oklahoma City, offering his 1978 twin-engine Piper Arrow airplane in a ...) (23'7'').

Article: Feds interested in Mena link (23'18'')
Arkansas: The population can see the big drug smuggling, indictments and negociations - but NEVER any conviction
Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation

Bill Duncan: "We have a public which is aware of an ongoing criminal enterprise which - when you have an international cocaine smuggler who is high profile - and a lot of people know that they are operating in a small area - a lot of people knew about the money laundering (23'25''). It was common gossip on the street because it was so blatant, and they see investigations ongoing for several years, and they keep watching for indictments (23'38''). They know Grand Juries are convening, they know that witnesses are supposed to be providing evidence ot the Grand Jury, yet year after year after year and no indictments are returned (23'48''). People loose confidence in the system." (23'50'')
Article: Attorney general to check into Mena drug case progress, Alexander says (23'38'')
Arkansas: Cocaine Bill Clinton installed corrupt police, judges and politicians - all is working fine, until...
Film speaker: "Clinton had integrated a number of corrupt cops, judges, and politicians into high-level positions to ensure the continued success of the drug smuggling money laundering operations (24'2''), always going well until a fateful night in the fall of 1987." (24'7'')


Arkansas, Aug.22, 1987: Double murder to 2 youths having observed air drops of drugs - and cover-up by Cocaine Bill Clinton

Arkansas double murder of 2 youths 1987: Coroner Malak is lying - labs reject a second meaning
Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987

Linda Ives, mother of Kevin (killed with 16):

"On August 22, 1987, Kevin had spent the night with his friend Don Henry, they left Don's home around 12:30 or a quarter to 1, on August 23, and early morning hours, and the next thing we knew, they had been run over by a train (24'27''). There seems to be a small airstrip in the area, there have been sightings and reports of smaller airplanes flying very low with lights off in the area (24'40''). I believe they saw something they shouldn't have seen (24'43''). Three weeks later their deaths were ruled accidental by the state medical examiner [coroner] Famy Malak (24'50''), and we disagreed with this ruling because we thought the evidence pointed to homicide (25'0''). At that point we had a lot of questions and no answers, and the facts didn't add up to what he was telling us. So we decided to get a second opinion (25'8''). And [we] met with resistance from all fronts, both with our local law enforcement, with the state crime lab, with everybody that we turned to (25'22''), we obtained court orders, we were requesting samples of everything that the crime lab had for a second opinion, and Famy Malak resisted court orders (25'35''). He refused to obey them." (25'37'')

Arkansas double murder of 2 youths 1987: mafia between coroner Malak+Cocaine Bill Clinton+corrupt police "fixing" the cause of death - Malak is protected (!)

Film speaker: "It was proven that Don Henry had been stabbed in the back, and Kevin Ive's skull had been crushed prior to their placement of their bodies on the railroad tracks (25'46''). However, Malak stood by his ruling that the boys had simply fallen asleep on the tracks." (25'52'')
Article: Clinton's Ties to Controversial Medical Examiner Questiones (25'55'')
Film speaker: "Malak had been kept in office at the insistence of Governor Clinton for a number of years, despite vigorous public outcry to have him removed (26'0''). As long as Malak's rulings pleased the governor's office or State Police, they were left to stand, no matter how implausible (26'8'').
Article: Disputes trail medical examiner (26'10'')

Article: Governor Bill Clinton ordered Malak to apologize, saying Malak "was obviously stressed out.") (26'12'')
Arkansas: Coroner Malak with decapitated victim James Milam deciding for "natural reason"

Film speaker: "Malak's obvious lack of medical knowledge reached a pinnacle when he ruled that James Milam - who had been decapitated - had died of natural causes (26'18''). Yet Clinton who had the power to remove Malak from office insisted his stay." (26'23'')

Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987

Linda Ives: "There were allegations of tampering with evidence in some murder cases." (26'29'')
Article: Malak to be called before grand jury (26'29'')
Arkansas coroner: Cocaine Clinton granting wage rise of 41% for corrupt coroner Malak

Linda Ives: "There were allegations of perjury in different cases (26'35''). It didn't seem to matter what Malak did, Clinton protected him, he made excuses such as: 'He's overworked' (26'43''), 'He's just stressed out'." (26'45'')
Article: Clinton says Malak 'stressed out' (26'42'')
"'He's underpaid'." (26'48'')
Article: Committee slices 41% raise for Malak (26'47'')
"Ah, they gave him a $14,000 raise which was an insult to my family as well as a lot of others in the state who to this day are struggling with asinine rulings and the deaths of children and other loved ones (27'3''). I was outraged that protecting a political crony [criminal friend] of Clintons was more important in fact that two young boys who had been murdered." (27'13'')

Arkansas: Criminal lawyer Dan Harmon provoked that the case was never sold - lawyer Harmon with fury threatening all
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "Dan Harmon was just a local attorney in the town of Benton (Arkansas), and after Don Henry and Kevin Ives were killed and the bodies placed on the tracks run over by train, he approached Linda Ives and the Henry family, about trying to help them (27'34''). He's a manipulator, gives a great closing argument in court (27'39''). He's been trained for years to play the game. He knows how to do it. He's very good at it (27'48''). Mr. Harmon can win your confidence, make you think he's the greatest guy in the world (27'53''). He did that to Linda Ives, he helped lead them down a path that absolutely led to nowhere on this case (28'5''). I got involved in this case and immediately Harmon tried to discredit me without even knowing me (28'15''). You can figure it out." (28'18'')

John Brown going on: "I run across a young lady named Charlene Wilson who told a horror story that I didn't really believe at the time (28'26''). So I started searching for evidence to substantiate just parts of what she had said (28'31''). Harmon went ballistic, called me, threatened me, threatened sheriff Pridgen, threatened captain Gene Donnell, all because I talked to this one woman (28'47'').

Witness Sharline Wilson about the murders: there were Dan Harmon, Keith McCaskill, Larry Rochelle - the guys wanted to know what is dropped there

Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson: "The people at the track that night to my knowledge were Dan Harmon, Keith McCaskill, Larry Rochelle (28'58''). I do know that the boys were watching the drop site, ok, and they got curious as to what was being dropped there." (29'9'')
Article: Story of boys' deaths unfolding slowly (29'10'').

Arkansas double murder 1987: Cocaine Clinton promoting the concealing coroner
John Brown, criminal investigator Saline County: "The fact is, we know who killed these kids. The whole reason this case it's been slowed down, stopped wherever we are at (29'22''). They can't do anything with it as long as [the] Clinton's [are] in office (29'26''), because the tracks go right back to Bill Clinton being involved in the cover-up (29'32''). He took care of everybody that ever covered anything up in this case. Everybody got promoted." (29'40'')
Article: The Boys On The Tracks (29'41'')
Arkansas double murder 1987: At the end both murderers are also murdered
Film speaker: "A number of people approached the police with information about Don and Kevins' murderers and consequently were murdered themselves." (29'47'')

Arkansas: murder of McCaskill in 1988
Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987

Mother Linda Ives: "Shortly before Keith McCaskill was murdered he - he knew that he was fixing to be murdered, he told his family goodbye, told his friends goodbye (29'56''). The night of elections in 1988 he took [a coin of] two pennies out of his pocket and threw him on the bar, there, at the Wagon Wheel [pool pizza restaurant] and said: If Jim state loses this election my life isn't worth two cents (30'8''). And he was murdered that night." (30'10'')
Entry of the murder chronology: April, 1989. JEFF RHODES. Burned body found in a dump after telling relatives he had information on the Henry and Ives deaths) (30'10'').
Arkansas: murder of Jeff Rhodes in 1989
Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987

Mother Linda Ives: "Jeff Rhodes was a young man from Benton who was murdered in 1989. Shortly before his death he made a phone call to his dad in Texas and told him he needed to get out of Benton (Arkansas), that he felt he knew too much about the boys on the railroad tracks and the death of Keith McCaskill (30'30''). A couple of weeks later Jeff was found dead, he'd been shot in the head, now they had attempted to cut off his head and hands and feet (30'39''), [they have] set him on fire in a dump." (30'40'')

Film speaker: "A total of six people with information about the boy's murders were eventually murdered as well." (30'46'')
Chronology of murders in Arkansas: summer 1988:
-- Summer 1988: Keith Coney. Young dealer killed in a motorcycle wreck, maybe while being chased
-- November 1988: Keith McKaskle. A known informant in the boys' deaths, brutally stabbed at his home (30'43'')
-- Januar 1989: Gregory "Fat Greg" Collins: Wanted for questioning in the train deaths, found murdered, shot in the face (30'50'').

Arkansas drug task force: Attorney leading drug task force is threatened and expulsed
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]
John Brown, criminal investigator Saline County: "Jean Duffey was the head of the Seventh Judicial District Drug Task Force (30'53''). She was leading a team of narcotics investigators into a drug trail in Saline County that led her right straight to Dan Harmon (31'2''). This information she shared with a 1990 Federal OSA Deaf Team that was investigating and targeting corruption and drugs in Saline County and Central Arkansas (31'13''). From her involvement in that, she was literally threatened." (31'24'')
Article: Ex-prosecutor now fugitive (31'22'')
"[She was] forced to leave the state of Arkansas and go into hiding." (31'24'')

Arkansas drug task force: Attornye Jean Duffey reporting criminal officials in the Cocaine Government of Cocaine Clinton
Jean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task forceJean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task force

Mrs. Jean Duffey: "I had no idea, just how dangerous certain elected officials thought me to be, until a brutal media campaign was launched against me." (31'33'')
Article from Oct.7, 1990: Saline County: Prosecutor faces ethics charges (31'38'')
"For months there were daily allegations of everything from misfunding funds to ordering illegal arrests (31'41'').
Article: 2 agencies audit drug task force (31'41'')
"Every attempt was made to keep me from running the drug task force." (31'46'')
Article: Drug task force audit reveals legion of ills (31'46'')
"We were even shut down completely for several weeks during a bogus state police investigation." (31'52'')
Article: Drug task force workers investigates. Undercover licenses targeted (31'52'')
"In spite of crippling disruptions the task force was making significant discoveries about trafficking in Central Arkansas (32'0''). Some of which led to the very people who were conducting the massive media crusade against me." (32'7'')
Article: Harmon demands firing of drug director (32'6'')
"We discovered that drug trafficking in Arkansas was linked to government officials in frightening proportions (32'13''). A great number of people came to me with testimony about astonishing criminal activity of very high-level public officials. Many were willing to testify before the Federal Grand Jury." (32'26'')


Arkansas 1990/1991: Manipulated Grand Jury listening to witnesses, but lets free all criminal officials and the main culprit Cocaine Bill Clinton

Arkansas 1990: Grand Jury listening to witnesses - but there is NEVER any decision
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson: "Robert Govar and Chart Banks were the "US" attorneys for the District of Arkansas at that time. I was subpoenaed to testify on behalf the drug trafficking and the cartel more or less is what it was (32'44''), that had to do with Dan Harmon and what I call company, because their whole - the whole bunch of them are involved." (32'55'')
Article: Govar: Testimony to implicate Harmon (32'51'')
"I was asked quite in-depth about the drug trafficking that went on with Dan Harmon, Mr. Clinton, Roger Clinton." (33'6'')

Jean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task forceJean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task force

Mrs. Jean Duffey (Drug Task Force): "Although there was an abundance of evidence, and word kept reaching me from members of the Grand Jury that they were ready to indict, no indictments came (33'15''). Mr. Govar also insisted that he was ready to prosecute at least two key figures, but the holdup was his boss, "US" attorney Chuck Banks (33'26'') who repeatedly delayed requests for indictments." (33'30'')

John Brown, criminal investigator Saline County: "Harmon had paid a visit to Chuck Banks, the "US" District Attorney, who was in charge of that district (33'38''). Recorded, he signed in, he was there approximately 30 minutes and up until that time everything appeared to be running fine with the Grand Jury." (33'48'')

Arkansas 1990/1: Investigation about double murder of 1987 with changes of the staff - "finishing" the case in February 1991: all witnesses and proves are qualified as "implausible"

Jean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task forceJean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task force

Mrs. Jean Duffey (Drug Task Force): "Then in November, Banks removed to go far from the case, and I was fired from the task force." (33'56'')
Article: Drug task force fires 'too controversial' chief (33'56'')
"From this point the ordeal [torture] turned really ugly (34'0''). In January 1991, one of the key targets of Govar's investigation - Dan Harmon - took office at the seventh Judicial District prosecutor (34'11''). Harmon immediately called a State Grand Jury to investigate the allegations against me." (34'18'')
Article: Harmon lashes out at Duffey agency seeks leaks' source (34'13'')

Article: Duffey's family says she fears for her life (34'20'')
"To avoid being jailed in Hotspring County which would have put me in serious danger I left the state (34'26''). In the mea time, Banks,who had taken over the federal investigation, attempted to give the appearance of carrying the investigation forward - while systematically destroying it (34'37''). He harassed witnesses, suppressed evidence, and finally announced in February of 1991 that the investigation had disclosed: no credible witnesses or evidence against any public official." (34'51'')

Arkansas: Threats against woman witness Sharline Wilson - wrong guarantee of prosecution service for witness protection - murdered key witnesses
Sharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witnessSharline Wilson, gang member and Grand Jury witness

Sharline Wilson, gang member: "I received a phone call - ah - and they told me - ahm - that I had made a very big mistake, and I was assured by the "US" Attorney's Office that my name, that my testimony, that my statements, that the people that were on that witness list would never ever be revealed (35'16''). Well, haha, you know, someone in the "US" Attorney's Office had given Mr. Harmon a list of the effective witnesses, you know, some of the witnesses over a period of time have came up dead or missing or have never been heard again (35'36''). That don't give you a very good feeling. I am scared of these people. I am very scared." (35'44'')

John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown, Saline County: "Yes, they arrested her. Dan Harmon, the very guy, that she says, turned her on to drugs, now has her arrested." (35'53'')

Arkansas: Imprisonment of Sharline Wilson is protecting her from killing squads of Cocaine Bill Clinton
Sharline Wilson, gang member: "Dan Harmon, he walked to me, handed me what was supposed to be a search warrant, and he said: 'Bitch' - excuse me of saying that - 'I told you: If you ever ever brought my name up, or brought anything up about the past dealings that we've had, did, I take you down' he said (36'15''). 'You are going to prison. I am going to put you in prison.' - He did, I am here!" (36'23'')

Arkansas: Culprits were protected with suspended sentence - witness Sharline Wilson gets NO probation
John Brown, criminal investigator Saline County: "I mean I've watched second third offense of people for walk around with probation on top of probation on top of probation (36'30''). Not this lady: First time she's been arrested for drugs, they allege that they found in her home (36'40''). She gets 30 years. Sure? Everybody ought to be able to see through this (36'46''). This [criminal Dan Harmon] is a man that totals in two hours forty years. We are going to get to the bottom of your son's death (36'54''). Yet when I started making progress it looked like the people I talked to starts getting time in the penitentiary (prison) (37'1''). Linda says it's business as usual in Saline County." (37'7'')

Arkansas: The affected families were naive - and after the murder of Kevin the awakaning process was strong
Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987Linda Ives, mother of murdered Kevin (16) of August 22, 1987

Mother Linda Ives: "There arent' any words makes you feel as a parent or is this - ahm - capable of doing - ahm, you know I think we were just kind of naive, common ordinary people, got up, went to work everyday and came home and went to bed (37'34''), and assumed that everybody else did the same thing and trying to do what was right, and I think Kevin's death has been the rudest awakening that any body could ever have to see what really goes on." (37'50'')
Article: Son's death thrusts Ives into politics (37'40'').
Arkansas: There are lots of proves for criminal activity of Cocaine Bill Clinton
Jean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task forceJean Duffey, former head of Arkansas drug task force

Frau Jean Duffey: "I can provide information that has tentacles [of drug trafficking] to Governor Clinton's administration (37'57''). It is apparent to me that a congressional investigation is the last hope (18'1''), not only for the people of Arkansas. [There are the] implications of illegal activities in it who has left in his wake and found vulnerable to the powers of a probut [prove] for the people of our nation (38'14''), who are now vulnerable to the powers of a president who has left in his wake implications of illegal activities and serious improprieties." (38'25'')

Film speaker: "Meanwhile Welch and Duncan's investigation into the operation at MENA was about to derail." (38'30'')

Arkansas MENA: The investigation is not going on (!)
Russell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigationRussell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigation

Russell Welch: "We had been so busy investigating, just concentrating, focusing that - it took a while to register that nothing was going to happen." (38'41'')

Arkansas: Lots of proves against the circle of Barry Seal - but the Grand Jury NEVER indicts these cocaine criminals
Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation

Bill Duncan: "We could not understand what was happening. Neither Mr. Welch nor I were ever subpoenaed to testify before the Grand Jury and present massive amounts of evidence of wrongdoing by associates of Barry Seal (38'59''). No indictments were ever returned against any of the individuals, and I can tell you: There was EXTENSIVE evidence." (39'8'')

All is a cover-up - and there is a responsible
Charles Black, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney of Polk County in MENA, ArkansasCharles Black, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney of Polk County in MENA, Arkansas

Charles Black, Polk County: "Third: definitely was some suppression of evidence and definitely a cover-up of an investigation, and somebody should be held accountable as to why that happened." (39'22'')

Arkansas MENA: 10 years cocaine trafficking in MENA - and NEVER any drug lord was busted
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "Not one major cocaine bust was ever made in Arkansas out of MENA Arkansas. Now imagine that ten years nearly in it's running. Never one truckload ever got caught." (39'37'')

Arkansas 1992: Staff of Cocaine Bill Clinton warn Attorney General Mr. Winston Bryant - and he has to be quiet
Charles Black, Polk County: "During the 1992 Attorney General's race in Arkansas a member of Clinton's staff had approached Mr. Bryant and had asked him to stay away from the MENA affair or the MENA matter." (39'52'')

Winston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney GeneralWinston Bryant, Arkansas State Attorney General

Winston Bryant describes: "I have done quite a bit of investigation at MENA remaining berries." (39'57'')

Winston Bryant is excusing like this: "MENA it is quite frankly a federal problem (40'2'').

Russell Welch, Police Inspector MENA: "He took office, Bill told me that he was no longer allowed to discuss the MENA Airport investigation (40'10''), from the attorney general's office." (40'14'').

Winston Bryant is excusing like this: "Ah, the Attorney General's Office is not like most of Attorney General's offices across the country. We do not have the authority to convene a Grand Jury and initiate criminal prosecution." (40'26'')

John Brown, criminal investigator Saline County: "A lot of people have said that the MENA Operation stopped in 1986 when Barry Seal was gunned down. It's not true (40'35'').
Article: A trail of persistent rumors leads to Mena - Scandal could dwarf Whitewater (40'36'').

2. Cocaine Bill Clinton in in Washington 1993-2001: Silence, simulations, drugs, food company with Tyson as a drug dealer

Cocaine Bill Clinton in Washington 1993-2001: airfield MENA is concealed - simulated "war on drugs" - abrogation of drug tests in the White House etc.

Washington with Cocaine Bill Clinton: does not feel obliged for MENA airfield (!!!)
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "Covert operations are still going on in MENA Arkansas today (40'42''). Now, if you stop and think back when Bill Clinton was a governor, he was asked about MENA (40'48''), he said: 'Well, that's a federal problem. I'm not gonna get involved in it.' You know, he is not the governor of Arkansas any more, it's the President of the United States (40'59''). We still have operations at MENA Arkansas, this is his golden opportunity to take care of it. My question is: Why doesn't he?" (41'9'')

Washington with Cocaine Bill Clinton: the state had done "everything" in the MENA case (!!!)
Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation

Bill Duncan: "I have always thought it would be a wonderful thing to be able to serve a country as a federal law enforcement agent, and for 15 years I did not encounter anything like the corruption which I encountered after the MENA investigations began." (41'27'')
Article: Clinton: State did all it could in MENA case (41'22'')
Washington with Cocaine Bill Clinton: affirming a war on drugs which he himself is blocking
Film speaker: "President Clinton's verbal commitment to a War On Drugs has been negated by his actions." (41'32'')

Washington with Cocaine Bill Clinton: abrogation of drug tests for White House staff - legalization of drugs is the aim
Film speaker: "During  his first weeks in office Clinton revoked (deleted) random drug testing for White House staff members. He eliminated 121 positions of the Office of National Drug Control, and he appointed Jocelyn Elders as "US" Surgeon General, Despite her well known desire to legalize drugs." (41'48'')
Article: Elders still firm that legalizing drugs an option. Stumping for health-care plan, top doctor fields PB [phenobartital], LR queries. (41'48'')

Cocaine Bill Clinton with Cocaine Don Tyson

Washington, Killary Hillary Clinton winning 99,000 dollars with an investment of 1,000 dollars with James Blair, associate of food company Tyson Foods


Film speaker: "One of Hillary's investments under the direction of Tyson Foods counselor James Blair netted almost a 500,000 Dollars on an initial 1,000 Dollar investment (42'4''), an nearly impossible feat [lucky punch], using legal methods [officially] (42'7'').
Article: Mrs. Clinton Turned $1,000 Stake Into $99,000 Profit" (41'58'').

Article of USA Today: First lady's quick profits have the experts puzzled (42'6'')
Killary Hillary Clinton: "I can't read their minds or speculate, but I had absolutely no reason to believe that - I got any favorable treatment." (42'17'')
Article: Governor has demonstrated he will abuse power of office (42'17'')
Washington with Cocaine Bill Clinton: Arranged laws for the Tyson Foods company for an "investment" in Arkansas
Film speaker: "Coincidentally Governor Clinton enacted a number of state regulations allowing Tyson Foods to grow into the largest industry in Arkansas (42'27'').

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Voice of Larry Nichols: "Don Tyson could in 6 to 700,000 Dollars all told, in all of Bill Clinton's campaign (42'35'').
Article: Critics say Tyson rules USDA roosts (42'37'')
Arkansas with Cocaine Tyson: getting a winning of 10 million dollar - cocaine consumption and cocaine trade (!)
Voice of Larry Nichols: "Guess, what he got out of it: He got 10 million dollars, guess from where: the Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA), and he never payed a dime for it." (42'48'')

Doc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater caseDoc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater case

Doc DeLaughter: "I had heard rumors of Don Tyson in his allege cocaine use in distribution, and I went through the intelligence files and come up with enough that I thought was sufficient mounting evidence to launch investigation on Mr. Tyson, out simply out of Arkansas State Police (43'9''). Intelligence files [which] have been accumulated for years." (43'11'')
Document: Source for cocaine is a Don TYSON (43'0'')
Document: DON TYSON, white male, [...] be involved in drug traffic (43'11'')
Document: INV. DON SANDERS - WASHINGTON - INFORMATION: CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANT - FORMATION: DRUG TRAFFICKING - 2-8-80 - INV. SANDERS - On 2-6-80, Investigator Sanders along with SA Bob Morris interviewed a confidential source at the FBI office in Fayetteville, AR, relative to Drug trafficking in the DON TYSON FOOD COMPANY. The reliability of the information is unknown and dissemination should be restricted to CIO personnel. The CI advised that several individuals whom he refused to identify are distributing amphetamines to the personal in TYSON FOOD COMPANY, mostly truck drivers. The source further stated the pills were being brought in on TYSON's business plane. However the source did state that he had only been told this. (43'20'')
Arkansas with Cocaine Tyson: Journalist Scott Wheeler speaking with Arkansas criminal investigators - it's not allowed to catch Tyson
Scott Wheeler, journalistScott Wheeler, journalist

Journalist Scott Wheeler: "A great deal of criminal investigation files were surfacing with Don Tyson's name mentioned and there is being involved with some drug and narcotics trafficking activities (43'22''). So I interviewed some of the investigators who worked on the Tyson case. Most of them felt that Tyson should have been indicted, but the investigations were always sabotaged, oftentimes from within (43'38''). One particular undercover narc agent told me that another criminal investigator in that department named Doug Fogley was furnishing Don Tyson with photographs of the undercover narcotic agents that were working on his case." (43'57'')
Document mentioning Doug Fogley (43'44'')

Article: Independent Counsel Sought in Espy Case (43'56'')

Arkansas with Cocaine Tyson: Investigation of the cocaine distribution system
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "Donald Smaltz was actually hired to look into the allegations that Tyson had given bribes to different people." (44'48'')
Article: Independent counsel to probe ties to Tyson, Espy predicts (44'5'')
John Brown: "Specifically to the Secretary of Agriculture Mike SP, and what came out of this investigation was very remarkable: drug abuse, drug distribution, money laundering, even murder for hire." (44'24'')
Article: Some of TYSON'S drugs (44'18'')

Document: DON TYSON needs no introduction to the State Police CIO or for that matter any law enforcement agency in Northwest, Arkansas. He is an extremely wealthy man with much political influence and is involved in most every kind of shady operation especially narcotics, however, has to date gone without implication in any specific crime) (44'20'').

Article: Hit man for DON TYSON (44'25'').
John Brown: "Now, Smaltz collected all this stuff, he compiled it, he put it in proper order (44'30''). Can he approach Janet Reno and said: 'Look, you know I need to broaden my investigation. I'm finding more here than just simple payoffs (bribes)". (44'42'') - What do you think happened? Well, but now, most of you already know: He was turned down." (44'48'')
Article: Reno bars expansion of Espy-Tyson probe (44'47'')
John Brown: "Just exactly what we expected to happen happened." (44'53'')
Article: Tyson Foods Inc. Joins Effort to Quash Subpoena Issued in Espy Investigation (44'53'')
Cocaine Bill Clinton with Cocaine Tyson are installing their cocaine dictatorship against the middle class
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

John Brown: "I mean: Tyson already hired lobbyists, attorneys, who all approached Congress trying to get everybody to stop Smaltz (45'4''). Why is it in this country today - you have got a little money, you walk away. Why is it you can create the pressure to stop investigations? (45'14'') - And I promise you, Janet Reno has stopped this one. You look at these and you wonder how could this happen. You will have to someone elude (take away) prosecution with reams (lots of) investigative reports. How does it get stopped? (45'30'') - Some say it's Bill Clinton." (45'33'')
Article: TYSON: Questions Raised About Clinton Alliance (45'31'')
Cocaine duo of Cocaine Bill Clinton + Cocaine Don Tyson
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Don Tyson was in the middle of the cocaine just like Bill Clinton, just like Dan Lasater, just like Roger Clinton, and all the others (45'43''). So you see: All of this incest, so, all of this drug running, all of the trafficking drugs sending them all over the nation, in a little MENA (Arkansas), right under the nose of a little governor Billy Clinton (45'59''). I went to Bill, and I said: 'Bill, you've got two weeks to tell the truth. I'm going to tell him: You are breaking the law and I can't be a part of it. You made a mistake. I'm not one of your buds. At least I'm not that bigger Betty." (46'16'')

The revelation disclosures of Larry Nichols - a shock for the public - the media present it
Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "When Larry Nichols made his disclosures, made them public, the Clinton spin doctors treated him unmercifully (46'27''). It shocked those of us who had been kept in the dark through the years in Arkansas politics (46'35''). The Arkansas news media had done little if anything to uncover anything derogatory about Bill Clinton (46'46''), and for these disclosures to come out of the blue was so shocking, that the spin-doctors attacked the messenger (47'1''). The [Clinton] brothers then tried to answer the charges that Nichols had made (47'5''). And they did such an efficient job that it called me and others to look with less and favor on Larry Nichols as an individual because all we knew about him was what they were telling and the press was printing." (47'22'')

Cocaine Clinton lets pursue Larry Nichols
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "You see, Bill Clinton is an attorney. And when a witness comes out against what's the first thing an attorney does? He tries to discredit that witness (47'35''). They accuse me of everything under the Sun, day-in and day-out, every week, every week there was some news scandal in the paper (47'45'') that I was involved (47'47''). 6 to 8 weeks later they print a retraction ("excuse"), [now they said]: wasn't me - but to this day people in Arkansas think that I'm some evil person." (47'56'')

Larry Nichols is rehabilitated by new proof against Cocaine Bill Clinton and MENA airfield
Judge Jim Johnson: "As a result of that the boy had to pay a higher penalty. In his credibility he had to pay a higher penalty in his acceptability (48'11''), and then, when the new evidence came out, that supported everything that Larry Nichols had said (48'21''). He finds himself I think probably in the position of knowing that he had been exonerated, but he has not been exonerated in the minds of the people generally in my view (48'36''). And he finds himself probably in the position of wondering where he goes now (48'41''). He will get his good name back." (48'42'')
Article: A trail of persistent rumors leads to MENA (48'12'')
Arkansas: Cocaine dictator Clinton controlled [and blackmailed] justice, judges, attorneys, and banks
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "A lot of people wonder how Bill Clinton could control the state [with] the size of Arkansas with the absolute authority that he did (48'50''). It's not hard, you see after 12 years after kissing the people that had the money, Bill Clinton controlled the legal system, he controlled the judges, he controlled the attorneys, he controlled the banks." (49'5'')

Arkansas with Cocaine Bill Clinton became a one-party state
Gary Johnson, former attorney for Larry NicholsGary Johnson, former attorney for Larry Nichols

Gary Johnson: "Arkansas is just a small state, a one-party state, what tends to happen in small states like that I think is the longer the person remains governor - that - I think, the greater the abuses are, and I think the abuses were very very widespread under Bill Clinton." (49'32'')

Cocaine Bill Clinton had no house - filling the bags of his friends
Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: "One thing that's very difficult for people to understand: Bill Clinton doesn't care about money, he cares about power (49'37''). All he needed ad for to do was to channel money to the big players financially. I got tickled when the reporters during the campaign camer her: They were looking trying to find out where Bill Clinton property (49'49''). He didn't. He profited by putting money into his friends pockets." (49'54'')

Arkansas: Loans of ADFA was only scandalous
Gary Johnson, former attorney of Nichols: "The way they were doing these bond issues and just the whole political atmosphere - quite frankly - was a scandal. That's the way things had historically been done in Arkansas." (50'5'')
Article: ADFA's return to lending fraught with controversy (50'1'')
Cocaine Bill Clinton caring his power circle - and with taxpayer's money he financed his love trips
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Imagine the power this man has in Washington DC. Imagine what he can do to this nation, if he gets that circle of power going there as he did here (50'20''). Nothing I can do, nothing you can do, can stop you, no see he'll have the absolute power and believe me: He will use it to have you investigated, to have you arrested, to have your company audited (50'32''). That's what happened when your circle of power is complete (50'36''). When I worked at ADFA, it was not uncommon for Bob Nash to call me up and say: 'Hey Nichols, the governor needs about 5 grand [5000 Dollars] transferred to his travel counseling go see his ladies (50'48''). And we would at ADFA transfer five to ten thousands dollars for him to go see his girlfriends in either L.A. or New York (50'56''). He used so much travel money to go to see women out of his regular travel budget he would even have to borrow money from ADFA, not to mention the fact that adverse budget was not quite as scrutinized [revised] as the governor's budget, but he literally used the money (51'12''), add for money, the people of Arkansas, taxpayers money, to conduct liaisons." (51'19'')

Arkansas 1990: Nichols' lawsuit against Cocaine Bill Clinton is rejected - media rejecting publishing the facts
Film speaker: "During the 1990 Arkansas gubernatorial race, Larry Nichols - in a last-ditch attempt to alert the public - boldly filed a lawsuit against Bill Clinton (51'28''). As expected, the lawsuit was eventually quashed, sealed, and illegally dismissed by a Clinton appointed judge (51'36''). What Nichols didn't expect was a complete media blackout of the facts he presented." (5'42'')

Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: "Back in 1990 after all the damages they had done to me, I did something that most people wouldn't do in Arkansas. I sued Bill Clinton (51'50''). That's very important to note, that in that lawsuit I brought out the names of five women (51'56''). When October 19, the only press conference I have ever held in my life, was on the Capitol steps of Arkansas (52'4''). Every news organization in Arkansas, newspaper, TV, radio, were there on the steps. I read the names of the five women. I read and talked about ADFA. No one had ever made such a cold callous statement against Bill Clinton (52'24''). We named the women. When I got through with the press conference, I went through the center door and I walked off with the camera crews with me, and I walked all the way to the end, to the governor's office (52'37''), and I left the press release right on the governor's Secretary's desk. Not one bit of the press release made it into the local TV or the local newspapers, anywhere. It didn't show up anywhere (52'49''). The reason I tell you that, is because in those days, he had the circle of power complete in Arkansas." (52'55'')

Film speaker: "Eventually every allegation stemming from Nichols 1990 lawsuit in press conference would prove valid regarding Clinton's taxpayer-financed sexual liaisons, his drug usage, and his criminal activities relating to ADFA and Whitewater." (53'12'')


3. Cocaine Bill Clinton's women in Arkansas: drugs, romances, mad exhibitionism and sex attacks - and murder of confident detective Jerry Parks

Cocaine Bill Clinton having an affair with Jennifer Flowers

Film speaker: "Gradually, the woman who had carried on adulterous affairs with Clinton began to emerge (53'17''). The first was Jennifer Flowers, who like all those close to Clinton, was faced with a decision: either keep quiet and receive a government job, or go public and face character assassination in the press."(53'30'')

Betsy Wright, responsible for propaganda campaigns, lets pursue 26 women
Film speaker: "Betsy Wright, Clinton's former chief of staff, admitted [that] she had been hired to conduct media smear campaigns against anyone planning to tell the truth about the governor's sexual habits (53'42''). She was prepared to go after at least 26 women who had the potential of destroying Clinton's chance at the presidency." (53'49'')

1992: Cocaine Bill Clintons chief of staff Betsy Wright against Nichols - Gary Johnson helping Nichols
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: "During the 1992 presidential campaign I was getting bludgeoned by the media, because Jennifer Flowers had come ouf of my lawsuit (53'59''). A man called me on the phone on the Monday, his name was Gary Johnson. He was an attorney. He told me that he felt bad because I was being bludgeoned, and he wanted to talk to me about him in my case, well I was craving an attorney, any attorney to help me." (54'12'')

Gary Johnson, former attorney for Larry NicholsGary Johnson, former attorney for Larry Nichols

Gary Johnson: "You know, I saw Larry out there, doing battles so to speak on his own, and I felt like he needed some help." (54'20'')

Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: "I met him on a Tuesday. He was a special attorney. I didn't even know it. He said he lived next door to the Jennifer Flowers." (54'28'')

Film speaker: "For security purposes Gary Johnson had installed a video camera near the front door of his Quapaw Tower condominium." (54'36'')

Gary Johnson: "Looking at someone in front of my door it got a perfect shot of them in front of - ah - Jennifer Flowers' condominium, and it wasn't my intention ever to take pictures of Bill Clinton going in to see Jennifer Flowers (54'59''). I could care less the Bill Clinton goes to see, but it just so happened, she lived next door to me and I mounted the camera there." (55'10'')

Larry Nichols: "Guess what he caught on tape: Bill Clinton walking into Jennifer Flowers' apartment on numerous occasions, with a key." (55'18'')

Gary Johnson: "I actually saw him go into her condominium. It wasn't that I was standing there looking out my peephole, watched Jennifer Flowers condominium, it had nothing to do with Bill Clinton (55'35''). It's just that I had got the camera, I had the camera before Jennifer Flowers moved in (55'43''). And when she moved in, she just happened to have some very interesting house guests." (55'49'')


Nomination of Cocaine Bill Clinton in New Hampshire - by the help of "60 Minutes"

Larry Nichols: "Go back to 60 Minutes when Bill and Hillary were loving and giving kisses. They stood up, in lay down [?], Bill said that he had never been to her apartment, that he had only called her once from the kitchen and from his office (55'59''). That's an absolute lie and these tapes proved it." (56'2'')
Article: "Clintons on '60 Minutes'" (56'10'').
Film speaker: "The 60 Minutes interview had been designed specifically to save Clinton's campaign, not necessarily to get to the truth." (56'10'')
Don Hewitt, Executive Producer, "60 Minutes"Don Hewitt, Executive Producer, "60 Minutes"

Don Hewitt: "And they came to us because they were in big trouble in New Hampshire (56'14''). They were about to lose right there and they needed some first aid, some bandaging, they needed what they needed was a paramedic. So, they came to us and we did it, and that's what they wanted to do (56'31''). When I told Tim Russert that I was persona non grata at the White House, he said: 'Why?' I said: 'The Jennifer Flowers Interview'. He said: 'You got him the nomination.' I said: 'I know that' (56'41''). As far as I know from the conversations, I've had, Bernie Nussbaum do that, Gergan knows that, Lloyd Cutler certainly knows it because Lloyd had a hand in his coming on there that night (56'54''). You know, it was strong medicine the way I edited it. He was a very sick candidate, he needed a very strong medicine. And I'm not in the business of doctoring candidates, but he got up out of a sickbed that night and walked to the nomination, and as I said to Mandy 'You know, if I had edited it [in] your way, you know where you'd be today? He would still be up in new Hampshire looking for the nomination." (57'17'') - He became THE candidate that night." (57'22'')

Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "When the Jennifer Flowers story broke, that story was a 100 times more creditable than the story that literally knocked Gary Hart out of the campaign." (57'32'')

Romance Cocaine Bill Clinton-Jennifer Flowers: stopping the movie as a proof: blackmail against attorney Nichols
Gary Johnson, former attorney for Larry NicholsGary Johnson, former attorney for Larry Nichols

Gary Johnson: "I had been Jennifer Flowers' neighbor, I knew that Bill Clinton wasn't telling the truth about that (57'41''). Bill Clinton - I think - would do just about anything to save his political hide." (57'52'')

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "He got threatened phone calls. He asked me. He said: 'Well they hurt me'. Well, they hadn't hurt me. I don't know why I didn't worry more about that." (58'2'')

Gary Johnson, attorney of Nichols: "Basically what they said was: 'You mind your own business', and all it did was [it] made me mad (58'17''). How I would I never thought in a million years that anybody would follow up on it." (58'25'')

Romance Cocaine Bill Clinton with Jennifer Flowers: attorney Gary Johnson is hit by the Clinton gang and heavily injured - [this may have been CIA]
Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: Without the request for the subpoenas on Thursday, Saturday morning we found Gary Johnson beaten and left for dead (58'35''). Without getting into gory [bloodthirsty] details both elbows were dislocated, his collar bones were broken, his spleen and his bladder were ruptured with hose the size of half dollars in him, his nose sinus cavities were all crashed, he had been beaten by Clinton's people." (58'57'')

Gary Johnson: "They asked me for the tape." (59'12'')

Larry Nichols, marketing ADFA: "Now what's it: is the man gave them the tape and and then they went and broke his elbows, punctured his spleen, punctured his bladder." (59'23'')

Gary Johnson, ex-attorney of Nichols: "They looked like state troopers, I say that." (59'26'')

Jim Johnson, judge: "Clinton can be a very dangerous individual in the state of Arkansas." (59'34'')


Romance of Cocaine Bill Clinton with Sally Perdue

Movie how Cocaine Bill Clinton is brought to the house of Sally Perdue
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "In my lawsuit in 1990 is named a lady Sally Perdue as having an affair with Bill Clinton. Sally had an apartment in Little Rock, and the Clinton security guards would drop him off at her apartment and go park in the woods (59'55''). When Clinton got through doing his business he was flicked [filmed] and they had known to come and get him (1h0'0''). She started coming out, started talking. Believe it or not: Before she could talk, Clinton's people got to her and offered her a federal job - or break their legs - whichever one was the best." (1h0'13'')

Some love trips to Sally Perdue on taxpayer's costs
Film speaker: "Sally Perdue former Miss Arkansas and radio talk show host carried on a sexual relationship with governor Clinton between August and December 1983 (1h0'23''). State troopers and government vehicles were used at taxpayer expense to shuttle Clinton back and forth to Sally's home. Perdue who today [1994] supervises a home for people with Down's syndrome was offered a 60,000 Dollar a year federal job to keep quiet - she refused." (1h0'41'')

Sally Perdue is threatened - and never brought in public
Larry Nichols, Ex-Marketing ADFA: "You say that's illegal. You can't offer a federal job to get someone to hush [keep quiet]." (1h0'46'')
Article: 'I was threatened after Clinton affair' (1h0'46'')
Film speaker: "Following her attempt to go public, Miss Perdue lost her job and started receiving threatening phone calls in letters." (1h0'53'')
Article: The threats that followed my fling with Bill Clinton (1h0'53'')
Film speaker: "Live ammunition was found on the seat of her car, and the rear window of her vehicle was shot out (1h0'59''). Even though a number of witnesses have corraborated her story, the "American" press has refused to print it (1h1'6''). Durinng the 1992 presidential campaign, interviews with ABC and NBC as well as an appearance on the Sally Jessy Raphael show were taped - but were never aired." (1h1'16'')

Larry Nichols: "This was right after the New York Primary (1h1'21''). Did you know the TV stations around the country blacked out that program and wouldn't show it?" (1h1'25'')
Article:  Troopers tell of arranging Clinton trysts. Lindsey says president denies report about days as governor (1h1'27'')

since 1993: Former bodyguards from Arkansas busting Clintons romances: government vehicle and guarding of hotel rooms for romances etc. - all on taxpayer's costs

Former bodyguards publishing details
Film speaker: "In December 1993 former bodyguards of Bill Clinton came forward with detailed information regarding the governor's sexual encounters with a number of women. Larry Patterson and Roger Perry both veteran Arkansas troopers boldly spoke on the record." (1h1'42'')
Article: Troopers Say Clinton Sought Silence on Personal Affairs. The White House calls their allegations about the President's private life 'ridiculous'. (1h1'43'')
Film speaker: "To other troopers who were initially spoke off the record were later identified as Danny Ferguson and Ronnie Anderson (1h1'49''). In April 1994 a fifth trooper LD Brown came forward and corraborated their stories adding the Clinton sexual partners numbered over 100 during the period he was employed by the governor." (1h2'2'')
Article: Clinton confronts troopers' charges. Tells media allegations are "not so" (1h2'6'')
Example: police officers had to "provide women" for Cocaine Bill Clinton
Film speaker: "The troopers official duties included approaching women to obtain their phone numbers for Clinton, driving him to rendezvous points in state vehicles guarding, guarding him during sexual encounters, securing hotel rooms, and lying to Hillary about his whereabouts (1h2'18''). Phone logs and other corroboraitng evidence fully backed these reports." (1h2'22'').
Article: Telephone Records. Patterson said fears developed that Clinton's relationship with the woman might be revealed through records of state telephone calls, particularly those made on cellular phones, which register every number called. (1h2'18'')
Example: Cocaine Bill Clinton has fun, police officer has to block a road
Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police OfficerLarry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer

Larry Patterson: "I saw on several occasions Bill Clinton engaging in sexual while I was either blocking the road or working security at the governor's mansion I saw them with my own eyes take place, so it's not a rumor, it's first hand." (1h2'40'')

Example: Cocaine Bill Clinton 2 hours in a car with police officers - only speaking about sex
Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer

Roger Perry: "The entire conversation inside a vehicle in a two-hour drive - from one point to another - would be totally about sex and women, are jokes (1h2'52''). He would actually ask people how they performed oral sex on women in cars (1h3'0''). I had been in that conversation. He would ask if you had ever had two to three women at one time in one bed, things like this (1h3'8''). Bill Clinton was obsessed with that." (1h3'13'')

Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police OfficerLarry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer

Larry Patterson: "The first or second time that you are with him and you are alone and you see some attractive woman, he would say: 'Hey Larry, what would you like to do to her?' (1h3'21'') - And, you know, this is the governor of the state of Arkansas." (1h3'27'')

During an election year Cocaine Bill Clinton is "more descreete"
Roger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer: "The majority of his off time was spent trying to figure out ways to be with women that he wanted to be with - ah - it was more discrete during a campaign year than he was in a routine year as governor an off-year." (1h3'41'')

Example: overtime and blocking roads - certain officers were ordered to certain women
Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police OfficerLarry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer

Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer: "We were required to work overtime, so, we could set outside some place and blocked the road or set in some driveway, or said: It's some - you know - apartment complex while he went in to take care of his - his female friends (1h4'4'') - you know, state money was utilized." (1h4'10'')

Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer

Roger Perry: "He had certain troopers that he used for certain women, and Larry Patterson and Danny Ferguson were used for two women in particular." (1h4'20'')

Example: recollecting data of women in the crowd
Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Police Officer:  "He would tell  you: 'Larry, the blond-headed lady in the green outfit, go get her name and her telephone number for me.' He would say, she has that come hither look, and was verbiage (blabla) that he used quite often and on several occasions I have gone out into the crowd (1h4'41''). I never had one of the females to refuse to give me her name and her address." (1h4'48'')

Example: Cocaine Bill Clinton picking out a "beautiful woman" - and she makes career in Clinton's election campaign team
Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer

Roger Perry: "On one occasion it was a Christmas parade of 1989 in a small town in Northeast Arkansas, and he picked a lady out of the crowd and asked me to find out who she was, he just carried on about how beautiful she was, how good-looking she was, ah, how bigger breasts were and things like this (1h5'15''), and I found out that she was interested in a state job, and ah, she gave me her name and number and I said: 'Well, maybe the Governor will call you, or can I call you?' (1h5'28'') - and ah - when we got in the card, I gave the Governor her name with her phone number, and I said: 'You will like this, she is interested in a state job.' (1h5'37'') - And he said all: 'Good good good good good.' (1h5'39'') - The next time I saw that lady, she was working for Bill Clinton in his presidential campaign, ah, the night, he announced his candidacy for President." (1h5'50'')

Example: police officers with the task isolating the crows from Clinton's romances - women get good jobs
Roger Perry: "I was told by Bill Clinton that this was part of my job, to keep people from finding out about his affairs." (1h5'59'') - Perry: "Most of the women that Bill Clinton had sexual affairs with were well taken care. They have good jobs, or their husbands ended up with good jobs, they were well taken care of and the actual time spent trying to cover up these affairs while he was Governor was nothing like it was when he announced that he was running for President." (1h6'31'')

Example: Police officers present the truth to the media - reputation agents (spin doctors) of Cocaine Bill Clinton inventing an assurance fraud
Article: President: Troopers Charge Clinton Sought Their Silence (1h6'30'')
Film speaker: "In an attempt to silence the officers the Clinton administration launched an elaborate counter-attack [media campaign] (1h6'37'')
Article: Wright urged 3rd trooper to alter story (1h6'37'')
Film speaker: "which included urging Ferguson to change his story, and levying false accusations of insurance fraud against Perry and Patterson." (1h6'45'')
Article: 2 troopers entangled in traffic-crash suits (1h6'44'')
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "When Larry Patterson and Roger Perry came out - Clinton security guards - they substantiated everything that I'd alleged in the lawsuit. These people there were his body guards (1h6'56''). Watch what happened: The same thing that happened to me, they planned to do to them: They roasted them in the media. They said they were committing insurance fraud." (1h7'7'')

Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "The evidence of that - ah, these state policemen have brought forward relative to Clinton's womanizing (1h7'17''). Judge Jim Johnson: "It's being questioned by the spin doctors as not being credible. Yet, it is more credible than the evidence on 90% of the people who are - who are confined now on death row across America." (1h7'37'')
Article: President: White House Calls Troopers' Charges 'Ridiculous' (1h7'18'')
Article:
Judge drops suit involving two who accused Clinton (1h7'44'')
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Is this fair? Did you all see the papers saying that the troopers were telling the truth who were found innocent? (1h7'46'') - Here to the stories they were telling have a basis, since they are not the scumbags (bad men) that the spin doctors for Clinton tried to make them out to be." (1h7'55'')

Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "These two have - have had the courage to come forward, and the evidence that they have presented, ah, has not only been credible, but it's been overwhelming (1h8'7''), and the truth is: I'm convinced that it's just the tip of the iceberg." (1h8'11'')


Arkansas, May 8, 1991: Sex attack and exhibitionism of Cocaine Bill Clinton - the victim Paula Jones

Film speaker: "On May 8, 1991, Paula Jones, a state employee with the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission was working at the registration desk for the Governor's quality management conference at the Excelsior Hotel. Governor Bill Clinton was to be the main speaker." (1h8'27'')

Paula Jones, victim of one of the sexual harassment and exhibitionism of Cocaine Bill ClintonPaula Jones, victim of one of the sexual harassments and exhibitionism of Cocaine Bill Clinton

Paula Jones: "I was approached by one of Bill Clinton's bodyguards named Amy Ferguson, and I was given a number. And I asked him, what it was. as I held up my hand and he said: 'It's a number to a hotel room that the governor would like to meet with me.' (1h8'43'') - Well, I was surprised and I talked it over with my - with my coworker, and we, we didn't have any reason to believe that we couldn't trust him, so I agreed to go up to the room and meet with Mr. Bill Clinton (1h8'59''). I got to the room, and Governor Clinton he opened the door to meet me. It was a room that did not have any bed in it, it had couches and stuff like that (1h9'7''). It was more like a meeting type room, and he had asked me about my job, and how I liked it and who my boss was, and I told him, and he mentioned that he liked the way that my curves were on my body, and he liked the way that my hair went down my back, the middle of my back (1h9'27''). And then he tried to lean over and he grabbed me, tried to put his hand up my leg, which I - just it happened so fast - and he tried to kiss me on the neck. It would happen so fast, but he tried to bend over and kiss on the neck, as he was his hand at my... and I backed off. I said: 'I don't want to do this' and I said: 'I think I need to be going' (1h9'46''). And then, he got up before I even knew it and dropped his pants, and Bill Clinton asked me to perform oral sex on him (1h9'58''), which I declined and I jumped up, and I told him: 'I need to go immediately'. That's when he went to say: 'If you have any trouble whatsoever, you have be heyday here in your vallet, contact me immediately' (1h10'12''). I said: 'Well I'm leaving', and I started to proceed down the hall to the door, and he followed behind me, he said if we could try to keep this between ourselves (1h10'20''), and I went down the elevator, went back to my registration desk, and I told Pam the whole story." (1h10'29'')
Article: Ex-Arkansas State Worker Says Clinton Harassed Her. Politics: White House denies that then governor made sexual advances to her in 1991. Trooper says the two met hut [?] that she was willing to meet again (1h10'0'')
Co victim of Paula Jones, her husband Steve JonesCo victim of Paula Jones, her husband Steve Jones

Steve Jones, husband: "I can't understand how somebody can take advantage of somebody like that in, and then he had the audacity to drop his - drop his pants, you know." (1h10'37'')
Article: I'm not gonna dignify this by coming on Paula (1h10'42'')
 Cocaine Bill Clinton means: "I'm not gonna dignify this by coming on Paula." (1h10'41'')

Victim Paula Jones: The news is prepared at Washington Post - the reaction: the writer Mike Isikoff is suspended
Husband: "Paula gave the exclusive to the Washington Post, and Mike Izikoff, we were going to be as open as we could with the Washington Post (1h10'48''), and Mike told Paula that as far as he was concerned that he believed Paula, and he thought it was the story should be told (1h10'58''), and Mike said, they were ready to put the story out, and they were going to go to the editors and present the story to him (1h11'6''). We heard that Mike got suspended from the Washington Post, and there was a big fallout between the editors of the Washington Post and Mike." (1h11'16'') -
Article: Clinton sought sex, woman says (1h10'58'').
Article: Sex harassment suit accuses Clinton (1h11'16'').

Victim Paula Jones: Lawsuit of Paula Jones against Cocaine Bill Clinton because of sexual harassment - provoking press campaign against Paula Jones
Film speaker: "Paula Jones filed a lawsuit against President Clinton claiming sexual harassment. The same day a massive media smear campaign against Paula Jones was launched." (1h11'27'')
Front page of the review "People": The President's Accuser (1h11'22'') 
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Think about a man that has no more regard for women than Bill Clinton does. They are just sex things (1h11'36''). I don't understand the dimness movement being behind Bill Clinton. He hangs women on his wall like trophies." (1h11'44'')
Article: Sex claims again threaten to embarrass Bill Clinton (1h11'39'')

Some sex partner of Cocaine Bill Clinton make career with Cocaine Bill Clinton

Film speaker: "A number of women who have had sexual relationships with Bill Clinton have allegedly been given major career boost in exchange for silence (1h11'52''):
-- Beth Coulson received a judicial appointment to the Arkansas Court of Appeals from Clinton (1h11'56'').
-- Regina Blakely landed a job with CBS National in Washington covering the White House (1h12'2'').
-- Likewise Deborah Mathis secured a lucrative job with a White House press corps (1h12'7'').
-- Susan Whitacre was made the liaison between the Arkansas State Capitol and the White House (1h12'13'').
-- Elizabeth Ward obtained a position with the Clintons' close friends Hollywood producers Harry Thomason and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason (1h12'22'')
-- And Jo Jenkins was given a high-level position with AP&L (Arkansas Power and Light Company) (1h12'26'').



September 1993: Murder of confidant private detective Jerry Parks

This murder was executed in September of 1993 in Little Rocks in Arkansas [web01].

Film speaker: "One of the most harrowing stories of Clinton's attempt to keep his promise hidden involves Jerry Parks, a private investigator and former chief of security for Clinton's campaign headquarters." (1h12'40'')

Gary Parks, the son of murder victim Jerry ParksGary Parks, the son of murder victim Jerry Parks

Son Gary Parks: "My father was Luther Gerald Parks, aka Jerry Parks. He was the head of Clinton Security for Clinton's inaugural campaign whenever he's running for President (1h12'50''). My father was brutally murdered. He was on "Chenal Parkway" and Arkansas Highway 10. This is one of the most elite parts in Little Rock, Arkansas. Someone pulled along side of him and started shooting at him. They cornered him and stopped him on Highway 10 as he was turning left off Chenal Parkway. They stepped out of the car to block his path and shot him five times -- once in the leg, once in the arm and three times in the chest (1h13'15'').
Article: Clinton Campaign Headquarters Security Chief Gunned Down (1h13'15'').
Son Gary Parks: "My father had a file on Bill Clinton's infidelity and his affairs. It ran approximately from '82-'83 to somewhere about '90-'91. The file consisted of pictures, times, dates, places -- of where Bill Clinton was at, where Roger Clinton was at, the type of drug use that Bill Clinton and Roger Clinton were involved in. I was the only person that would ever go with him on private investigative work (1h13'48''). And I remember four to five times that I was with him and that was what he was keyed-in on. I saw Clinton with a lot of different women, a lot of different types, sizes, shapes, colors -- one of them being Jennifer Flowers. You know, I was just like 'WOW!' It was a little more 'neat' than anything else, that, yo know, somebody that is this famous, this big-wig, can get away with this -- which just 'blew my mind'." (1h14'6'')

Film speaker: "Shortly before Jerry's death the phone lines at his home were cut. The security system was disconnected and the Cinton files were stolen." (1h14'14'')
Article: Roland man's death, ties to Clinton spark interest (1h14'26'').
Gary Parks: "I believe my father was assassinated because he was the one link that could actually close everything and completely shut it. I believe Bill Clinton had my father killed to save his own political career (1h14'30''). When I did contact Little Rock Special Investigative Services, they told me that they had been pulled off the case three weeks prior to that. That just blows my mind on how, when I hear they are making progress, I hear they are pulled off the case. Something is not right there." (1h14'48'')


White House since 1993: Sex festivals under Cocaine Bill Clinton without end

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols:  "Bill Clinton has been the way he is, ever since I've known him. He hasn't changes; he WILL NOT change. People inside the White House, today, tell me that he is running sex-capades in and out of the White House like has never been there before. It is a disgrace to America." (1h15'5'')


4. The question: Why was it possible that Cocaine Bill Clinton became a President?

Arkansas before 1993: Media have failed completely - did never public important things

Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "If we had known of his bimbo background, the people of Arkansas would have never elected him as a Governor of this state. I'm charging the media of this state for not doing their duty and exposing these things that have since become matters of FACT." (1h15'25'')


Cocaine Clinton: womanizer, always on drugs, a liar and slacker

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "He's a womanizing, dope-smoking LIAR and a draft dodger. I don't remember those being in the "Constitution" as being exactly the model qualities we want in the President." (1h15'43'')

Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer

Roger Perry: "I think the media has been part of the covering up of the actual true story of and character of Bill Clinton (1h15'51''). I believed - with all my heart - that the "American" people had the right to know what they had been sold (1h15'59''). Bill Clinton is not the person that they voted for." (1h16'5'')


Arkansas before 1993: Lying media simulating a "good President" Cocaine Bill Clinton - Newsweek even applauding the cover-up (!)

Film speaker: "Voters who depend on the media for unbiased [neutral] information regarding political candidates have been betrayed. Much of the information concerning ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority), Whitewater (housing speculation) and Clinton's sexual promiscuity was known by the media as early as 1990 (1h16'22''), yet was kept hidden." (1h16'25'')
Front page of Newsweek: Newsweek front page: Clinton's Trillion Dollar Cure (1h16'25'').
"The media's heavy pro-Clinton bias (blind love) prior to the 1992 election was best summed up by "Newsweek" when they candidly states:
'Truth is, the press is willing to cut Clinton some slack because they like him and what he has to say'. (1h16'32'')
In May 1994 "Newsweek" added:
'The National Press has been restrained in its accounts of Bill Clinton's private life -- and with good reason. Most of those who have made charges against him have been despicable people -- jealous and stunted sorts." (1h16'53'')
Article: Media Protecting Their President (1h16'56'')

Arkansas before 1993: Cocaine Bill Clinton was trained: viewing the camera, having nice teeth, believe in the own lie

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "What an indictment about the media. They knew the truth about Bill Clinton -- they just didn't like George Bush. I know Bill Clinton, probably as well as anybody. We trained him how to look straight into a camera and lie through his teeth. And you see, part of Bill's pathological lying is the fact that we tought him how to believe the lie, that he's telling. Once he believes the lie then he can sell it to YOU as the truth. The world is at risk when the commander-in-chief of the United States of America is a man that will look at another government, who will make trade deals, and lie through his teeth." (1h17'35'')


Washington 1993-2001: Cocaine Bill Clinton was a puppet: he never said something wrong - but he remained a drug addicted without feeling for any duty

Tom McKenney, Lt. Col., United States Marine Corps (retired)Tom McKenney, Lt. Col., United States Marine Corps (retired)

Tom McKenney, Lt. Col., United States Marine Corps (retired):  "Clinton can get us involved in hopeles quagmire (swamp), easily, in Europe, in Africa, in North Korea, in any number of places because, not only because of his ineptness and his lack of understanding, but his contempt for military things (1h17'52''). This goes back at least as far as the '60s in his college days when he not only attended, and participated in, anti-American rallies, but organized them. By the way, those were not anti-"war" rallies. Those were anti-American rallies.
Document: There was shout "Down with USA" (1h18'11'')
He has no loyalty to this nation, he has no loyalty to its fighting men. He hasn't enough integrity to have any loyalty to its population (1h18'19''). He konws how to 'say' the right things but he has lied for so long that I really don't think he knows the difference, anymore, between the lie and the truth." (1h18'28'')

Cocaine Bill Clinton=dishonest type
Roger Perry, Polizeioffizier von ArkansasRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police OfficerRoger Perry, Arkansas State Police Officer

Roger Perry: "Bill Clinton was a dishonest on a daily basis I mean, there's more dishonesty in his life than there is honesty. I mean, it's  - ah - maybe being a politician in these days and times you have to tell one group of people what they want to hear and another group what they want to hear, and if the truth conflict and then so be it." (1h18'46'')
Article: America thinks Clinton is lying: ONLY 38 per cent of Americans believe President Clinton's denials of sexual harassment and only 45 per cent said he had the honesty and integrity they expect in a president, according to a pull by Newsweek magazine yesterday). (1h18'48'')
NWO media protecting the dishonest Cocaine Bill Clinton - Killary Hillary Clinton about Whitewater- Cocaine Bill about "ethics"
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "The media has not been able to ascertain, today, that there is a human being sitting in the Presidential chair of the United States of America that lies with EVERYTHING he says (1h18'59''). They still believe somehow in the Office of the Presidency." (1h19'5'')

Film speaker: "Attempts to keep the criminal activities of Whitewater concealed were largely successful prior to the 1992 election (1h19'15'').
Article: Why the secrecy about Whitewater? (1h19'13'')
Film speaker: "After that, however, the raging Whitewater rapids could no longer be contained (1h19'20''). What the Clintons claimed as a simple "money-losing investment, was in actuality a series of complex business transactions and cover-ups ultimately costing the "American" taxpayers more than 60 million dollars." (1h19'34'')
Article: First lady says she, president truthful about Whitewater loss (1h19'24'')
Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.

Killary Hillary Clinton says:
"When this is all over it's going to be the same story we've been telling for two years, we made a bad investment, we lost money - ahm - and there's really not much more to add to it." (1h19'44'')
Cocaine Bill Clinton is lying about his Cocaine ethics:
"We have and we have enforced higher standards against the ethical conflicts than any previous administration." (1h19'51'')

5. Whitewater affair with bribed lawyers, destruction of files and murder of Vince Foster

[Property speculations provoked horrific losses which had to be payed by the taxpayers at the end].
Abuse of state system by Whitewater affair and the Cocaine family of Clinton
Jim Leach , United States Congressman [Republicans]Jim Leach , United States Congressman [Republicans]

Jim Leach is presenting the facts systematically:

"1) Whitewater may have begun as a legitimate real estate venture, but it came to use to skim directly or indirectly federally insured deposits from an SNL and a small business investment corporation. When each failed, the United States taxpayer became obligated to pick up the tab.
2) The family of the former governor of Arkansas received value from whitewater, well in excess of resources invested.
3) Taxpayer guaranteed funds were in all likelihood used to benefit the campaign of a former governor (1h20'31'').
4) The independence the United States government's regulatory system has been flagrantly violated in an effort to protect a single American citizen." (1h20'42'')

Drug Bill Clinton means:
"People should not be able to raise questions and erode people's moral authority in this country." (1h20'47'')
Article of Arkansas Democrat Gazette: Trying to calm Whitewater fury. Gore leads defense team on TV (1h20'47'')
Counter stategy of Cocaine Clinton against Whitewater truth: step 1) meetings with extreme Christians

Film speaker: "It quickly became obvious that Whitewater would engulf the Clinton Administration if ignored (1h20'53''). A two-fold counter-attack was put into action. 1) The first was to win sympathy from the conservative populace, who are among his chief critics (1h21'1''). Cocaine Clinton embarked on a series of appearances partly promoting himself as a "born-again" Christian, who supports and practices traditional Biblical family values (1h21'11''). While the uninformed may have been fooled, those who realized what was happening were outraged at the blatant hypocrisy." (1h21'19'')
Article: Strategy on Whitewater shifts to damage control (1h21'19'').
[And then this Cocaine Bill Clinton is even holding a speech before these extremist Christs]:
Cocaine Bill Clinton is speaking: "This is a place where I have come to seek Divine Guidance and Support and Reassurance." (1h21'26'')

Some politics of Cocaine Bill Clinton

Washington: Clinton with Presidential Orders for abortions and gay homos in the army

[There are manifestations against Cocaine Bill Clinton. Here is a voice of a demonstration leader]:

Randall A. Terry, Director, Loyal Opposition: "You know, after Bill Clinton was in office for two days, he signed five Executive Orders shedding more innocent blood -- the blood of innocent babies. Then he went on to try and get homosexuals in the military (1h21'39'')."
Article of May 21, 1994: "Clinton Attempting to Combine Moral Vision With Political Message. Government: President recently began referring to miracles and personal responsibility. But reaction is mixed." (1h21'39'')
Randall A. Terry: "He put Jocelyn Elders 'in' trying to distribute condoms to our kids. His AIDS czarina was promoting all kiinds of vileness and yet his church pastor has not rebuked Clinton. He is still in close contact with him, he still stands by him and still says, 'He is a great Christian man!' This is an affront to heaven!"
Article: Clinton Calls for Special Counsel to Probe Land Deal (1h21'49'')
Counter strategy of Cocaine Clinton against Whitewater truth step 2) naming of a "special attorney" Fiske- and destruction of files with Whitewater documents with a shredder and a fire

Film speaker: 2) "The second phase of the counter-attack was to appoint Robert Fiske as special prosecutor to head up the investigation into Whitewater. That same week the Rose Law Firm began shredding documents." (1h22'1'')
Article: Shredder: Inquiry set, then did it (1h22'4'')
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "A lady came to me, scared to death. She wanted to come out and tell the truth. I asked her: 'What's the matter?' - She said: 'They are shredding documents at teh Rose Law Firm.' (1h22'11'') - Well, I tried to tell the media. The media said there was no way that could be going on (1h22'18''). Then in came an journalist from a Washington newspaper and he goes over and investigates what I told him and you know what? The very week he investigated, guess what they were doing? Shredding documents, right there at the Rose Law Firm." (1h2'33'')
Article: Two Who Shredded Documents at Rose Law Firm Resign (1h22'29'')
Statement of staff member Mr. Jeremy Hedges who was shredding files:
"They had his initials printed all over them -- everything from the box to the manila files to everything -- I even saw his signature [of Vince Foster?] on the Rose Firm letterhead." (1h22'33'').
Larry Nichols, marketing ADAF: "You see, all of the Whitewater documents, they're getting rid of. They are getting rid of them as fast as they humanly can. It is the nerve and audacity that those two people, Bill and Hillary Clinton, have to shred documents, to destroy evidence in a Federal case..." (1h22'58'').

Change of scenery: There is a demonstration at the entrance of Rose Law Firm and leader Randall A. Terry is shouting by megaphone: "That is why we are here in front of the Rose Law Firm -- because of the works of darkness that have gone on. Documents have been shredded here -- what else is going on here? I'm telling you that there are people inside this building and right now they are saying, 'If they only knew -- if they only knew!' " (1h23'12'').

Worthen Bank: destruction of files with a fire

[In the bank just one floor was burning, just ONE floor]:

Film speaker: "During that same week there was also a fire at the Stephens owned Worthen Bank Building." (1h23'16'')

[Pictures show opened and emptied files, desks and everything junked and then every inch of the room burned -- obviously AFTER having been ransacked!] (1h23'22'')

Larry Nichols: "This fire was on the fourteenth floor and supposedly was started by a space heater. I want you to look at this, will you, and tell me if you think it was an accidental fire started by a space heater (1h23'32''). This is a CPA firm (certified public accounting) and the documents that were in this office were important documents relative to Whitewater." (1h23'43'')



Destruction of files about financing of election campaigns of Cocaine Bill Clinton
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "If you go back to Arkansas and you look at the Secretary of State's office, everybody that's ever run for office in recorded history, you can find out who their major campaign contributors are since day one -- except for one person -- Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton's records at the Secretary of State's office disappeared. You see, they did it then and they'll do it now. All information pertinent to Whitewater, any notes left by Vince Foster, any personal documents that would lead anywhere to any type of  criminal activity, they're just going to be destroyed." (1h24'21'')
Article: Rose aide tight-lipped on contents of Foster files he shredded (1h24'7'')

Article: Shredder busy taking care of U.S. secrets (1h24'17'')

Arkansas, Rose Law Firm: The murder of confidant Vince Foster

Presidential adviser Fiske with file destruction - and a "suicide" by confidant Vince Foster

Film speaker: "Fiske's initial assignment was to quell rumors regarding the alleged suicide of Vince Foster (1h24'27''). Foster was a senior partner with Killary Hillary Clinton and Webb Hubbell at the Rose Law Firm prior to his appointment as White House Deputy Counsel." (1h24'35'')
Article: Fiske Acts to Block Release of Reports On Death of Foster (1h24'21'')
Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Judge Jim Johnson: "In fact he was handling the Clinton personal legal matters while he was in the position as Assitant to the President, in violation of a conflict of interest at that time." (1h24'50'')
Article: New Doubt on Foster 'Suicide' (1h24'50'')
Film speaker: "From the outset the investigation into the death of Vince Foster has been marred by controversy. At Bill Clinton and Attorney General Janet Reno's insistence responsibility for the investigation was turned over to the park police, even though Foster's death fell within the jurisdiction of the FBI." (1h25'8'')

Additional facts from the book "Secret Wisdom"
Film speaker: "A number of key questions remain in the death of Vince Foster. According to the official report Mr. Foster shot himself in the mouth at Ft. Marcy Park on July 20, 1993. If this were true there would have been large amounts of blood at the scene. However, initial paramedic reports disclosed very little blood on or around the body. There was no gunpowder residue in his mouth or on his face and there were no broken teeth or damaged lips. Initial reports also indicate there was no exit wound and yet, remarkably, no bullet was ever found.

In addition, the gun was still in Foster's hand which would be highly unlikely due to the natural reflexes occurring in this type of suicide. Incredibly, the death was ruled a suicide BEFORE an autopsy or ballistics test had been performed. As expected, Bill Clinton has expressed no interest in finding out what really happened to his life-long friend."
[web05]

Article: White House misled media on Foster papers (1h25'11'').
The "report" with the "conclusion" "suicide" - the facts of the coconer's analysis say clearly murder by shooting the head

Film speaker: "Not until his death had sufficiently developed and will full-fledged scandals seven months later with the FBI be allowed in (1h25'17''). The results of the FBI's investigation along with the findings of the Park Police and the coroner were incorporated into a report issued by Special Counsel Robert Fiske (1h25'28''). The report released June 30, 1994, confirmed "suicide" as the cause of death (1h25'34''). However, a careful examination of key pieces of evidence taken directly from the report itself indicate a number of alarming contradictions, inconsistent with the reports own conclusion that Foster took his life." (1h25'48'').

Film speaker: "The official coroner's report depicts a large gaping one-inch exit wound located three inches below the crown of Foster's head (1h25'57''). According to Fisk, the area surrounding the body at the park was meticulously searched to a depth of 18 inches, but no brain tissue or skull fragments were found (1h26'7''). An FBI analysis found none of Foster's fingerprints on the gun, despite the fact the gun was found in Foster's hand (1h26'15''). However, the FBI did make one extraordinary discovery: 'One latent fingerprint was visible on the underside of the right pistol grip, approximately two inches from the base of the grip.' (1h26'27'') - This print did not belong to Foster. No attempt was made to determine the identity of the person whose print was found in the guns hand grip (1h26'36''). Gunpowder was found on Foster's clothing which did not match the gun found in his hand. Fiske speculated that gunpowder of a different type was accidentally blown under Foster's clothing by an exhaust fan in the Park Police laboratory (1h26'51''). However, once again, Fisk was not able to support this theory with any evidence." (1h26'58'')

In the park any bullet is missing matching to the gun in the hand - the neighbors of the park are NOT questioned

Film speaker: "One of the most crucial pieces of crime-scene evidence, the fatal bullet, has yet to be found. A thorough FBI search of the area which even uncovered artifacts dating back to the Civil War yielded over 70 pieces of metal, including 12 modern-day bullets. Yet, none of them matched the gun found in Foster's hand (1h27'19''). Against standard police procedure not one resident living nearby was ever contacted during the investigation to find out if a gunshot was heard (1h27'29''). Even though Fiske insists that Foster killed himself leading forensic experts from around the country, now agreed: 'It is highly unlikely he pulled the trigger himself'." (1h27'40'')
Article: Forensic Experts Doubt Foster Suicide Finding (1h27'36'')
Additional facts from the book "Secret Wisdom": left handed - fake photo with brown leaved - robbery of documents in Foster's office

Nichols: "Any credible forensic pathologist will tell you, in a second, that the man didn't shoot himself -- the way they describe it. Well, if he didn't shoot himself the way they describe it -- then is it not murder?"

Film speaker: "In March 1994 the White House released a photograph which they claim proved beyond any doubt that Foster killed himself. However, the photo depicted a gun in Foster's RIGHT hand even though he was LEFT-handed. It also showed the body surrounded by brown leaves, yet Foster died in mid-summer -- before leaves had begun to fall. And numerous reporters on the scene confirmed that there were no leaves on the ground. - More puzzling is the fact that sources for the FBI and Park Police originally announced that no photos had been taken at the crime scene. - Most disturbing was the reluctant admission by the White House, five full months after the event occurred, that four members of Clinton's staff had ransacked Foster's office the night he died."
[web05]

White House: Clinton's mafia is robbing documents from Foster's office

Film speaker: "Within minutes of the verification of Foster's identity the Park Police issued orders to seal Foster's office at the White House. David Watkins, Clinton's administrative assistant, assured the police he would take care of it. He lied. Immediately, high-ranking members of Bill and Hillary's staff began ransacking his office, removing important and possibly incriminating documents." (1h28'6'')

Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.Cocaine Bill Clinton with Killary Hillary Clinton, they are drug bosses with cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, contracted killers, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, bank fraud, etc.
Article: Whitewater, other papers taken from Foster's office (1h28'4'').
The people entering the office included
-- Bernard Nussbaum, counseled to the President;
-- Patsy Thomason, White House Administration Director; and
-- former assistant to cocaine distributor Dan Lasater; and
-- Margaret Williams, Killary Hillary Clinton's chief of staff (1h28'21'').

Additional facts from the book "Secret Wisdom": "National Security" as a reason for robbing documents - and the true reasons

Nichols: "And they said it was for 'National Security'. Well, not any of those people would have that much interaction with national security. Let me tell you specifically why they were there: Nussbaum was there, with his personal secretary, to scour the office and to look for anything that he might have had relative to Whitewater. Why on earth would Hillary's personal secretary be there? That makes no sense because what would she have to do with national security? She was there for one reason: and that was to check and see if there were any love notes or personal notes to Hillary from Vince, etc." [web05, p.46]


White House: the duo for the drug distribution: Dan Lasater+Patsy Thomasson

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Patsy Thomasson was the top aide for DAN LASATER when he was running his company and doing all the dope. You don't need to say that she was there taking care of Dan Lasater's interests in the White House." (1h28'35'')


6. Arkansas: Cocaine Clinton with an own bank BCCI - collapse of money laundering bank BCCI - Clifford, Fiske, Cocaine Clintons, concealed testimonies
[The bank of BCCI
BCCI (Bank of Credit and Commerce International) was founded in 1972 being registered in Luxembourg, got over 400 branches in 78 countries, with a fund administration of over 20 billion dollars, in those times this was bank no. 7 world wide [web02].
Film speaker: "As mentioned earlier, the Arkansas Development Finance Authority had been laundering its drug money through the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI)" (1h28'44'')

Additional facts from the book "Secret Wisdom": BCCI is Clinton's bank!

Film speaker: "founded by Clinton's chief financial backer, Jack Stephens [!!!]" [web05, p.46]

Article: BCCI Accord May Spur More Legal Actions (1h28'44'').
Film speaker: "This collapsed in the early 1990s. Millions of depositors and taxpayers lost billiions of dollars, making it the worst banking scandal in history." (1h28'54'')

Film speaker: "Heading up BCCI was former defense secretary, CLARK CLIFFORD. The overwhelming criminal charges against Clifford were eventually dismissed by President Clinton. - The attorney for Clifford and BCCI was none other than Robert Fiske. Fiske knew that a thorough investigation of Whitewater would eventually lead to ADFA and his former client, BCCI. Fiske also knew that he would never be able to complete his investiagion, since it is illegal to prosecute a former client. Fiske was not suggested by the Justice Department to investigate Whitewater, at all, but to simply subpoena documents and testimony, making sure they never see the light of day!" (1h29'35'')

Kokain-Clinton am Rednerpult:
"The investigation of Whitewater is being handled by an independent special counsel whose appointment I supported. Our cooperation with that councel has been total." (1h29'45'')
Article: Man ties shredding, naming of counsel. Law firm courier says Foster papers destroyed after investigator picked (1h29'46'')
Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Nothing, just for a moment. If there are papers that prove you did nothing wrong, then why would you destroy them so that they don't come out? (1h29'55'') - Why would yo hide behind subpoenas in the cloak of secrecy? Honestly Bill and Hillary have something to hide, and only through a Congressional Hearing does this nation have a snowball's of that truth coming into the light of day." (1h30'11'').

Additional facts from the book "Secret Wisdom": Systematic destruction of documents with "subpoenas"

Nichols: "So you see, Robert Fiske is a scam (fraud). He knows all that. He knows more than we do about what is leagl and what is not. He has one little trick and that is 'power of subpoena'. He gets anybody with any documents anywhere that he can find and he subpoenas those records and they are never seen again."
[web05, p.46-47]

Article: Fiske subpoenas Foster documents from White House (1h29'54'')

Article: Paula Jones suit delayed: settlement may be near (1h29'54'')

Article: Clinton presidency filled with secrets. From health care to Whitewater, this administration lacks openness (1h30'1'')

7. Appeal: public hearings to the Congress are missing

Jim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court JusticeJim Johnson, former Arkansas State Senator and former Arkansas State Supreme Court Justice

Jim Johnson, Richter: "That's the reason it's so imperative that the Congress of the United States rise to the occasion and meet their responsibilities to hold public hearings, relative to this matter, during this period of time, our objectives will never be done." (1h30'33'')

Marketing Nichols appeals: Don't be afraid any more of this Cocaine puppet Bill Clinton - and Cocaine Bill Clinton should change so far

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Larry Nichols: "Lots of people that come to me that want to tell the truth, they come to me, but they are afraid. They are afraid of losing their jobs. They are afraid of family members, are themselves being hurt. Don't be afraid anymore (1h30'48''). Bill Clinton don't only work, he ain't scare me, he should not scare you (1h30'55''). I wish all of you all would do what I have done. Stand up! Stand up for the country! I want my daughter to know that if you stand up and tell the truth, you are okay (1h31'11''). Right now she sees if you stand up and tell the truth, you will be destroyed. If you are a pathological liar, lie through your teeth, ever breathed, hope people needlessly, you will get to be President (1h31'27''). You don't want that, I don't want it. If I had anything to say to Bill Clinton, you know what it would be? Its bound to be a great burden work around lying form one thing to another, never tell the truth (1h31'41''). Bill, tell the truth, come clean, although you may not get to be brave (1h31'47''). But the truth sets free, and set all upstream, and it will save the nation." (1h31'54'')

Quotations of Cocaine Bill Clinton and Al Gore: All is in "order"

Cocaine Bill Clinton is commenting his behavior at a press conference like this:
"I have still talked of being accused of anything wrong, because I haven't done anything, and I'm not going to do anything wrong." (1h32'2'')
The Cocaine Bill Clinton says: "I've never done anything wrong". His crimes are: cocaine use, cocaine smuggling, threats, murder attempts, contracting killers, money laundering, document destruction, manipulation of the judiciary, and bank fraud of BCCI etc. 
Cocaine Bill Clinton: "I haven't done anything, and I'm not going to do anything wrong." His crimes are: cocaine consumption, cocaine smuggling, threats, ordered killings, money laundering, destruction of files, manipulation of justice, and bank fraud of BCCI, etc.

Al Gore (could be also on cocaine?) affirming there are "highest ethical standards in this White House"Al Gore (could be also on cocaine?) affirming there are "highest ethical standards in this White House":
"We have the highest ethical standards in this White House. You can be assured of that." (1h32'5'')


8. Washington DC, July14, 1994: Distribution of the movie - July25, 1994: documentation is distributed - the counter reaction: witnesses are barred, and a new propaganda campaign is started

Film speaker 2: "Although the documented information contained in the Clinton Chronicles continues to be reported in England and in other countries, here in "America", the media blackout continues (1h32'25''). On July 14, 1994, copies of the Clinton Chronicles video were hand-delivered to every member of the United States Senate and the House of Representatives. On July 25, 1994, documentation supporting the film was presented to Congress at their request. Whitewater hearings were scheduled to begin the next morning. However, the then House and Senate majority leaders, plotting with Robert Fiske to withhold evidence, refused to allow any of this documentation to be admitted." (1h32'52'')
Article: The Fiske Coverup (1h32'50'').
Film speaker 2: "In addition, eyewitnesses willing to testify under oath who could confirm Clinton's involvement in the Arkansas drug smuggling / Money Laundering operations were flown in to Washington but were barred from giving any testimony (1h33'6''). Once again, the constitution of the "United States" was undermined and the "American" people were not allowed access to the truth (1h33'12''). That same day, a massive media smear campaign was launched against the Clinton Chronicles. Time Magazine, Newsweek, "US" News and World Report, and major newspapers around the nation simultaneously published false information about the video in an attempt to diminish it's distribution." (1h33'29'')
Article: Fiske Ousted in Whitewater Case; Move Is Surprise. Investigation: Federal three-judge panel names Kenneth Starr as new special counsel. Switch is seen as prolonging probe. The action stuns Clinton's advisers. (1h33'29'')
Fiske is fired, investigations are reinstalled

Film speaker 2: "Nevertheless, members of Congress point to the Clinton Chronicles as playing a major role in bringing about the firing of Robert Fiske, as well as the reopening of the investigation into the death of Vince Foster." (1h33'40'')
Article: Fiske's Exit Reopens Hope on a Mystery. The new prosecutor must be tougher. Start with suspicions about Vincent Foster's death) (1h33'38'').

Cocaine Bill Clinton after the distribution of the movie: maneuvers against key witnesses

[See here, how the criminal Cocaine clique of Bill and Killary Hillary Clinton is handling the truth]:

August 3, 1994: Maneuver against Larry Nichols: faked detention, defamation, 3 murder attempts

Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]Larry Nichols, former Director of Marketing for ADFA (Arkansas Development Finance Authority) [in Little Rocks]

Film speaker 2: "On August 3, 1994, Larry Nichols was arrested on false charges of writing two bad checks and failing to obey a yield sign seven years earlier (1h33'49''). The "American" media reported the arrest. When the Arkansas Police admitted that the checks and traffic violation were fabricated, charges were dropped -- yet, the media failed to report it (1h33'59''). Nichols has suffered three attempts on his life since the release of the video." (1h34'3'')

Detention and torture of Bill Duncan - forced faked testimony and rejection - dismissal
Bill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigationBill Duncan, Internal Revenue Service Treasury Agent in charge of MENA investigation

Film speaker 2: "Federal Agent Bill Duncan, a 15-year IRS veteran (Federal Tax Board: Internal Revenue Service - IRS) with a permit to carry a gun, was arrested for carrying a weapon, then hand-cuffed to a pipe in the basement of the Washington DC Police Station and later released (1h34'17''). This incident effectively brought the MENA drug smuggling / money laundering investigation to a halt (1h34'21''). Duncan was later instructed by his superiors to lie to a Federal Grand Jury regarding the results of his investigation (1h34'28''). When he refused, he was forced to resign." (1h34'30'')

Attempted murder against Russel Welch with anthrax
Russell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigationRussell Welch, Arkansas State Police Investigator in charge of MENA investigation

Filmsprecher 2: "Arkansas State Police Investigator Russel Welch nearly died after being poisoned with military grade anthrax (1h34'36''), a poison available only through the "US" government." (1h34'41'')

Doc DeLaughter forced to resign
Doc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater caseDoc DeLaughter, former Arkansas Police Investigator in charge of Dan Lasater case

Film speaker 2: "Arkansas State Police Investigator Doc DeLaughter, who successfully led the investigation against cocaine distributor Dan Lasater, was forced to resign after attempting to reopen the cocaine trafficking investigation into Don Tyson." (1h34'52'')

Murder detective John Brown being forced to resign
John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]John Brown, former Saline County Criminal Investigator [in the town of Benton, west of the Little Rocks]

Film speaker 2: "John Brown, Saline County Homicide Detective in charge of the Ives-Henry Murder Investigation, was removed from the case after providing Congress with information linking the Cocaine Clinton Administration to drug trafficking in MENA, Arkansas (1h35'6''). Brown was forbidden by his superiors to discuss Clinton's connection to the Ives-Henry case, and after his refusal to do so, was forced to resign." (1h35'15'')

February 1994: Journalist LJ Davis beaten in the hotel and information about Rose Law Firm and ADFA is robbed
Film speaker 2: In February 1994, veteran journalist L.J. Davis was beaten in his Little Rock hotel room. His attacker tore pages from his notebook which contained information about the inner workings of the Rose Law Firm and the Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA)." (1h35'29'')

March 1995: Wayne Dumont castrated and detained because of wrong violation reproaches
Film speaker 2: "In March, 1985, Wayne Dumont was castrated and subsequently imprisoned for allegedly raping Bill Clinton's 17 year-old cousin (1h35'37''). Even after evidence had proven that Dumont had been falsely accused and was completely innocent, Clinton blocked his release from prison." (1h35'45'')

Film speaker 2: "Today, every case which would link Cocaine Bill Clinton with any criminal activities have been effectively shut down by various governmental agencies." (1h35'51'')


9. Appeal: Cocaine Bill Clinton has to be removed as President - impeachment

William Dannemeyer, United States Congressman (1979-1992)William Dannemeyer, United States Congressman (1979-1992)

The one office that all of us universally look up to, irrespective of what party or political philosophy we espouse, is the Presidency of the United States. Since the election of Bill Clinton in 1992, we Americans, with sadness, have learned week after week to have different stories come out from around the country pointing up the reality that we have in the White House today [1994] a draft-dodging, womanizer who is a pathological liar (1h36'28''). It's a very dangerous thing for "America" and a dangerous thing for the world (1h36'35''). I can only, you know, conclude that the responsible course for the House of Representatives to do is to introduce a resolution of impeachment against Bill Clinton. It is with sadness that I make this statement because this action will introduce something that we Americans don't want to see in our political process, but we can't continue down the course of what we see unfolding before our eyes almost every week or almost every day. And the best thing and let the chips fall where they may (1h37'13''). Under our Constitution, the House introduces a resolution of impeachment and the U.S. Senate is the place where the trial takes place. And I think for the good of the country, for the good and the peace of the Western World, this is the course that Congress should take." (1h37'29'')


10. The list of Clinton's murders 1991-1995 (the list is incomplete)

Since August 1991, an alarming number of Clinton associates have died of unnatural causes. The following is a partial list:

-- Dan Casolaro: Journalist Investigating ADFA and Mena - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 8/10/91
(1h37'33'')

-- Victor Raiser and son: Chairman, Clinton's Presidential Campaign Finance Committee  - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Plane Crash, 7/30/92
(1h37'40'')

-- C. Le Bleu / T. McKeahan R. Williams / S. Willis: Clinton Bodyguards - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Gunfire during raid on Waco, 2/28/93
(1h37'41'')

-- W. Barkley / B. Hassey S. Reynolds / T. Sabel: Clinton Bodyguards - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Helicopter Crash, 5/19/93
(1h37'49'')

-- John A. Wilson: Washington D.C. Councilman preparing to expose Clinton - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 5/19/93 (1h37'56'')

-- Paul Wilcher: Washington D.C. Attorney investigating Mena - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 6/22/93 (22. Juni 1993)

-- Vincent Foster, Jr.: Deputy White House Counsel, Clinton's childhood friend - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 7/20/93 (1h38'13'')

-- Jon Walker Senior: RTC Specialist investigating Whitewater - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 8/15/93 (1h38'21'')

-- S. Heard / S. Dickson: Members, Clinton's Health Care Advisory Committee - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Plane Crash, 9/10/93

-- Luther "Jerry" Parks: Chief of Security, Clinton's Campaign Headquarters - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Murder, 9/26/93 (1h38'37'')

-- Ed Willey: Manager, Clinton's Presidential Campaign Finance Committee - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 11/30/93 (1h38'45'')

-- Herschel Friday: Member, Clinton's Presidential Campaign Finance Committee - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Plane Crash, 3/1/94 (1h38'53'')

-- Ronald Rogers: Killed while en route to interview for this film - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Plane Crash, 3/3/94 (1h39'1'')

-- Kathy Ferguson: Former wife of Clinton bodyguard Danny Ferguson - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 5/11/94 (1h39'9'')

-- Bill Shelton: Arkansas State Police Officer, Fiancee of Kathy Ferguson - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 6/12/94 (1h39'17'')

-- Calvin Walraven: Police informant in Jocelyn Elder's son's cocaine distribution trial - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Suicide, 7/28/94 (1h39'25'')

-- Alan G. Whicher: Clinton's Chief of Security, former Clinton bodyguard - "OFFICIAL CAUSE OF DEATH" Oklahoma City blast, 4/19/95 (1h39'33'')


Appeal: "Americans must contact their representatives daily and insist that unrestricted public hearing begin immediately". (1h39'41'')

Clear statement: "If any additional harm comes to anyone connected with this film, the people of America will hold [Cocaine] Bill Clinton personally responsible") (1h39'54'').

The Clinton Chronicles Book contains documentation of the allegations presented in this video. To order the book or additional copies of the video call: 1-800-828-2290) (1h40'12'').

Ffor further information write: Citizens for honest government - P.O. Box 220 - Winchester, CA 92596 (Bürger für eine ehrliche Regierung - Postfach 220 - Winchester - California 92596 (1h40'32'').

Copyright: MCMXCIV (1994) Citizens for honest government (1h40'48'').

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Sources
[web01] http://murdervictims.proboards.com/thread/2091/murder-luther-gerald-parks-jerry
[web02] Bank BCCI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_Credit_and_Commerce_International
[web03] CIA agent and drug smuggler Barry Seal: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Seal
[web04] Drug smuggler Web Hubbell, 2 years a Vice Minister of Justice: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webster_Hubbell
[web05] book of Gyeorgos C. Hatonn: Sacred Wisdom, p.45

Photo sources
Map of the "USA" with Arkansas: https://www.50states.com/arkansas.htm
Map of Arkansas: https://geology.com/cities-map/arkansas.shtml
Map of Arkansas with airfield of MENA: google maps
Traffic sign airfield: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/344243965239752913/


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