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 the 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:
True Motive for Waco Holocaust —and the Person Who Ordered the Massacre—Revealed!
Proof Positive Vince Foster Was Murdered; Now See the 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