|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Secretary of Commerce Ronald Harmon "Ron" Brown
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Subject: Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Secretary of Commerce Ronald Harmon "Ron" Brown
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Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> Within hours of the death of Vince Foster in July 1993, chief White
> House counsel Bernard Nussbaum removed documents, some of them
> concerning the Whitewater Development Corporation, from Foster's office
> and gave them to Maggie Williams, Chief of Staff to the First Lady.
> According to the New York Times, Williams placed the documents in a safe
> in the White House for five days before turning them over to their
> personal lawyer.
According to that same NY Times article, all of those dodgily
redirected papers were then handed along, a couple of days after the
first (Justice Department) inquiry opened, to Whitewater special counsel
Robert B. Fiske Jr., and thereafter available to all three of the
exhaustive Whitewater Development Corporation investigations.
And no, I don't believe the trail-of-murders bullshit that Internet
conspiracy-mongers keep trying to sell, because it doesn't even require
significant work to find the obvious leaping heroically past truth.
For example, Mikkelson of Snopes fame immediately spotted some of the
same absurdities about the Clintons Murdered Commerce Secretary Ron
Brown fairy-tale that I did, plus a bunch more, and he doesn't even
bother getting into the absence-of-motive problem I noted in passing.
You really need to fire up that Alex Jones subscription, since you
obviously love the bullshit-conspiracy stuff. However, I do need to
warn you, that Jones bleeds his subscribers dry of money for donations
to support urgent causes -- the same funding tactic that's the reason
why the Tea Party movement doesn't have any life in it any more: The
riled-up subscribers' money was extracted out of them and then pocketed,
and they've now been discarded now that they don't have money to give,
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