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Following Orders: The Death of Vince Foster, Clinton White House Lawyer Paperback – November 29, 2012
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Yes, the book chronicles key events leading up to, during and after the cover-up in the Vince Foster death; and,
Yes, the book reveals the critical elements to the cover-up that had not otherwise been disclosed in any of the five official Vince Foster investigations or anywhere else; and,
Yes, the author distills the volumes of official documents, relevant articles, and interviews, and adds newly discovered information to produce a clear, cogent and powerful read.
But, perhaps most importantly, the book reveals the same means, motive and methods that are being deployed today that will enable Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to avoid any accountability regarding her betrayal at Benghazi - that is, unless true American patriots become effectively engaged and fully aware of the modus operandi employed by corrupt powerbrokers as set forth in this book.
My only criticism of this book is with its subtitle. I would probably have titled it: Following Orders - The Death of Vince Foster and Why it Matters to Every American Today.
I have always been fascinated with this case, and I always felt from the beginning that the body was moved from the White House.
My curiosity now extends to WHY did Vince feel he had to choice but to take his life? What exactly happened with Whitewater and other crimes of the Clintons? Is this how they financed their White House run as co-Presidents?
I want to know more.
I also remember Michael Chertoff was involved in the coverup and later became Homeland Security Head.
Not to mention of course that TWA Flight 800 was undoubtedly covered up by the co-Presidents, a most horrible deed of unimaginable magnitude. It happened at an inopportune moment, so many more people lied.
What has America come to, and why does the media keep covering up for these evil power brokers?
Fascinating read. Meticulously documented book. Written in the fashion of a true crime investigation. These Washington Cover-ups must stop. Thank you Ms Peschmann for your courage!
In my USSR the main instrument for the accursed negative selection was the common fear of many ugly things, like labor camps, psycho-prisons, exile or dire poverty. But Ms Peshmann shows that VIP cards can be as effective tools of negative selection too - and she shows it with a great skill and a great disdain! Her vivid picture of numerous assistants of chief assistants of chief consultants, always ready to be active silent accomplices in the boss' crimes, made me shudder: I felt myself rather inside Kremlin, not inside the White House! Well, I must say that the first lesson in parting with my naïve idealism was not "Following Orders", but Clint Eastwood's fine movie "Absolute Power", where the White House was also populated only by the fiendish products of the Negative Selection, from president to his lowest staff. But it was a fictional story, so I wasn't sure about its connection with reality. Now I am sure. Thanks both to this honest author's excellent research and to the post-elections U.S.Read more ›
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I'd have to go only 2 stars. I bought the book because I had seen DCDave's review. I've also read Hugh Sprunt's Citizens Investigative Review and fbicover-up. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Virginia Harlow
One of the redeeming things about Peschmann's book is that it provides a link to an article I wrote about the Court of Appeals ordering evidence of the cover-up be included in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hugh Turley
See above. I want to believe again in our country. What can we do? I still wonder about vince foster foster and have since 1993. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marianne Klein
Gives a lot of good detail of the inner circle in the Clinton White House. Poses a good possible scenario of Vince Foster's death that is much more believable than the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark J Zimmer
I found the author's list of "discrepancies" in the Foster investigation not so full as those of others and her conclusion, frankly, not persuasive. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. D. Pruett