FBI releases Vincent Foster investigation and the medical examiner’s report that ruled his death a suicide.
Vincent Foster (1945-1993), a prominent lawyer from Arkansas, was the Deputy White House Counsel to President Clinton from 1991 to 1993. Depressed by critical media comments, Foster took his own life on July 20, 1993 at Fort Marcy Park in Virginia. U.S. Park Police led the investigation into Foster’s death. This release details FBI assistance in the investigation, including information concerning a letter written by Foster, handwritten case notes, and the medical examiner’s report that ruled his death a suicide.
Hillary Clinton Demands FBI Release Any Information It Has On her Email Investigation. You asked for it, you got it and a little more.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton called on the FBI to release whatever information it might have relating to an investigation it announced on Friday into newly discovered emails that may be pertinent to its prior probe into her private account.
Appearing at a hastily called press conference Friday evening, Clinton said it was “imperative that the bureau explain this issue in question, whatever it is, without further delay.” Noting that it was 11 days before the election, she said that “the American people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately.”