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Published on Jul 16, 2007
What really happened on the day Vince Foster was found dead? Howard Phillips, host of Conservative Roundtable, interviews Attorney John Clark and Patrick Knowlton - a Whitewater Grand Jury witness - on the questionable proceedings related to the death of Vincent Foster. Mr Knowlton was an unknowing witness to events in Fort Marcy Park in Virginia on the day Vince Foster's body was found dead; the same day his office in the Clinton White House was discovered ransacked--and the same day the FBI was supposed to conduct a search of his office for Whitewater evidence. Watch as Mr. Knowlton describes the strange campaign of intimidation against him before he was scheduled to testify, and the threatening man in Ft. Marcy park. Essentially he was being "urged" to testify that the 83 or 84 Honda Accord and other details he saw were not what he really saw.
Foster had been the deputy White House counsel & also the personal attorney to Bill and Hillary Clinton during Whitewater. His office was scheduled to be searched by the FBI the day he was found dead, and the office was torn apart that night.