Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Clintons Involved in Murder Cover-Up?

Willey Says "YES!"

Kathleen Willey is back in the news and she's saying she doesn't think it was the butler that did it.

Hillary Clinton did the cover-up to what she believes was a suspicious death of her husband. It wouldn't be the first time the Clintons have been hinted at being involved in a suspicious death.

More on this Clintonesque tale from World Net Daily:
Willey, who claims she was groped by President Clinton in the White House, acknowledged in an interview with WND today that she stands by the speculation she poses about her husband's demise in "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton," set for release this week by World Ahead Publishing, WND Books' partner.

Asked if she suspects her husband Ed, a lawyer and son of a prominent Virginia lawmaker, was murdered, Willey replied, "Most definitely."

"I'm having someone with a forensics background look at this, and I intend to pursue this further, now that these questions have been raised," she told WND, pointing to alleged discrepancies in the autopsy report.

Does she believe the Clintons were involved?

"I do have suspicions," Willey said, "yes."
A medical examiner had some suspicions too, apparently. According to the book, others are now looking into some familiarly similar events.
Willey said she requested a copy of the autopsy report and spoke to a medical examiner who told her the powder burns on her husband's right hand were consistent with suicide.

"When I asked if the burns were indicative of a left-handed person committing suicide, [the examiner] said no. The room started to spin, and I went into the bathroom and threw up. By the time she sent me the full report, though, she'd reconsidered, saying it could be consistent with a left-handed person. She suggested that he held the gun with both hands but pulled the trigger with his right. That's exactly how Vince Foster is said to have killed himself."

This is not the first time that people who've crossed the Clintons have accused them of being behind burglary. Tapes, manuscripts, documents have all been claimed to have been taken in "mysterious" break-ins, much like Willey described.

This is also not the first time Hillary has been accused of covering up nefarious actions against Clinton political enemies. Is it just a coincidence that every time someone has threatened the Clintons they suffer break-ins--or worse?

Of course, the mainstream media will either ignore this or attack Willey, much as they did Paula Jones and anyone else who brought accusations against Bill Clinton.
The attack poodles will begin tomorrow in the New York Times and Washington Post, and rotten eggs will be splattered by Clinton outpost, Media Matters.

Mark this down. The Clinton War Room "Emergency Media Template" will be followed as it has been whenever these kinds of unpleasant things surface. There will be no answering of anything the book alleges. There will be a 55-gallon drum of mud and invective thrown.

"Journalists" who puff up their chests in pride at their investigative abilities, will suddenly go limp. Investigative lions who roar about taking on the "Big" interests--Oil, Tobacco, Pharmaceuticals--will suddenly turn into kittens at the thought of taking on Big Clinton. Others on the Left will call Willey a "conspiracy nut".

It was Hillary who coined the quaint phrase "Great Right Wing Conspiracy". She believed there was a conspiracy out to get her. Why wasn't Hillary ridiculed for her "conspiracy theory". Why was it that members of her alleged conspiracy, rather than the Clintons, had their homes and offices broken into?

One is then struck by what older people used to say all the time.

"People who can't be trusted don't trust other people."

by Mondoreb & Little Baby Ginn
[hat tip: pat]


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