HILLARY (AND BILL): The MURDER Volume

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110+: Is the Clinton “Body Count” Real?

This question has plagued the former first couple for nearly 20 years, and has become such an integral part of popular culture that Hillary has been forced to sarcastically refer to it in press conferences. (“Some people even say we’re involved in drug dealing and murder.”)

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110+: Is the Clinton “Body Count” Real?

This question has plagued the former first couple for nearly 20 years, and has become such an integral part of popular culture that Hillary has been forced to sarcastically refer to it in press conferences. (“Some people even say we’re involved in drug dealing and murder.”)

Still, is the “Clinton Body Count” real, or simply an urban legend—a product of far-flung conspiracy theory? In Part Three of the Clinton trilogy—The Murder Volume—an overwhelming amount of evidence is provided proving that the 110+ people who’ve died under mysterious circumstances—all tied in some way, shape, or form to the Clintons—far surpasses any chance of it merely being coincidence. The odds of such a phenomenon occurring naturally are, in fact, so miniscule that alternative explanations become necessary.

“The Boys on the Tracks”

As a continuation of HILLARY (AND BILL): THE DRUGS VOLUME, book three of Victor Thorn’s Clinton Trilogy opens with the deaths of Kevin Ives and Don Henry, two teenage boys found dead in rural Arkansas. Known as “The Boys on the Tracks murders,” readers will encounter a grisly world of CIA drug drops, crooked police agencies, notorious coroner Fahmy Malak, and how the legal system protects those who commit murder.

Also, as a subtext to this saga, learn how nepotism and several medical malpractice-related deaths led to a pervasive atmosphere of blackmail, all of which resulted in a Dixie Mafia killing spree during the Clinton governorship. The Boys on the Tracks case will open your eyes to the reality of how cold-blooded killers operate inside an organized crime syndicate.

Other Topics Covered Include:

True Motive for the Waco Holocaust—and the Person Who Ordered the Massacre—Revealed!

Proof Positive Vince Foster Was Murdered; Killer Revealed for the First Time!

Was Ron Brown Getting Ready to Spill the Beans About Bill & Hillary’s Nefarious Activities?

Was Bill Being Blackmailed and Was Monica Lewinsky Hillary’s Unwitting Pawn?

Softcover, 383 pages

Table of Contents

HILLARY (AND BILL): The Murder Volume
Part Three of the Clinton Trilogy

Chapter One
THE BOYS ON THE TRACKS

Arkancide
Dr. Fahmy Malak
Dan Harmon
Dixie Mafia: Murder, Inc.

Chapter Two
MASSACRE AT WACO

Hell on Earth
Police State
Hillary Clinton: Baby Killer
FBI & Delta Forces
Motive
Waco: A New Revelation

Chapter Three
THE MURDER OF VINCE FOSTER

Mainstream Media Cowardice
The Arkansas Group
The Actual Murderer Revealed
No Malice or Forethought
Another Stain
Fort Marcy Park
Hoaxed Suicide
The Crime Scene
The Park Police (Keystone Kops)
Eyeglasses
Shoes
The Gun & Bullets
Wound
Witnesses
Patrick Knowlton
Murder at the White House
Hillary’s Plumbers Break In
The Fake Suicide Note
The Fiske-Starr Cover-Up

Chapter Four
THE MURDER OF JERRY PARKS

Chapter Five
OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING

Bombs Inside the Alfred P. Murrah Building
The Elohim City Connection
Brig. Gen. Benton Partin Speaks Out
Addendum to Dipole Might
Collateral Damage
The Murder of Officer Terrance Yeakey

Chapter Six
CHINAGATE & THE MURDER OF RON BROWN

America Betrayed
The Riady Empire
Hubbell, Huang, and Hillary’s Treason
Dead Men Walking
Spoofing, Suicide & Survivors
A Lead Snowstorm
Cover-Up du Jour

Chapter Seven
THE MURDER OF DANNY CASOLARO

Chapter Eight
THE CLINTON BODY COUNT

110+ & Counting
Actual Cases: Read ’Em & Weep

Chapter Nine
PRESIDENTIAL PARDONS

Free the Criminals
Marc Rich

Chapter Ten
THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE

Human Reconstruction & Remolding Society
Masons, Jesuits & Rhodes Scholars
Vernon Jordan & the Bilderbergers
60 Minutes & Ross Perot
The CFR, Trilateral Commission & Greenspan
Rockefeller Connection

Conclusion
About the Author
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index

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Weight 17.4 oz