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The Strange Death of Vincent Foster: An Investigation Hardcover – 27 Oct 1997
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From the Publisher
William Sessions, Former Director of the F.B.I.:
"Christopher Ruddy has detailed a significant array of facts and issues involving the death of Mr. Foster. His work is serious and compelling. While enduring great criticism, he has tenaciously argued a persuasive case that the American public has not been told the complete facts of the case.
Mr. Ruddy has carefully avoided drawing undue inferences about the death. His reporting raises serious concerns about the handling of the Foster case. It is legitimate to question the process employed by authorities to make their conclusions."
About the Author
Christopher Ruddy is a correspondent with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University.
Find out more about Christopher Ruddy and his investigative work on his web site . Or visit The Drudge Report, the news service he contributes to.
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For instance, Foster's eyeglasses were found about 20 feet from his body. Sounds logical: he must have thrown them before the suicide. But actually, the glasses had gunpowder residue on them.
It was also claimed that Foster walked through Fort Marcy Park, which consists of a dirt path. Of course, no dirt or grass stains were found on Foster's shoes.
The Park Police searched Foster at the scene and found no keys on him. But his 1989 Honda was parked there. Later, at the morgue, not one but TWO sets of keys were found on Foster. A nurse there said that Messrs. Livingstone and Kennedy arrived before the Police to identify the body.
Or the gun. When Foster's wife was shown the gun, she said she didn't recognize it.
I could go on and on. Read this book and find out the truth. It's an excellent piece of work.
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