Family: Hide details of Clinton adviser, hanging from tree, shotgun blast to chest

THIS investigative journalist has more than enough sourced material to feed a stable of horses, let alone write a book, re the ‘Clinton Mafia’, a/k/a ‘Clinton Crime Family’, a/k/a ‘Clinton Cartel’, a/k/a ‘Clinton Machine’, and so on and so forth.

AS it stands, the evidentiary trails sorta write themselves, if the aforementioned requires any edification. Thus, as per the charges at hand, let the below serve as a full-on updated (2021) backgrounder.

BUT never mind. Though ‘La (Clinton) Familia’ are six feet under, their reach is never-ending!

AND another thing: While absorbing the latest ‘mysterious’ death, bear in mind the recent tweet from Musk, as it directly dovetails into all of the so-called suicides surrounding ‘La (Clinton) Familia’ and associates thereof. Not for nothing. Timing is everything. Yes, dead men tell no tales!

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WND | By Bob Unruh | June 6, 2022

The family of a onetime Clinton family associate is working to keep concealed the circumstances of his recent death, adding fodder to the longtime suggestions that the “Clinton Body Count,” as Wikipedia describes it, has risen again.

The death of Mark Middleton – he reportedly was found hanging from a tree in Arkansas with a shotgun blast to his chest – prompted the Daily Mail to say, “His death adds to the number of close associates of the former president and first lady who have died unexpectedly, many in small plane crashes. The phenomenon has led to a conspiracy theory called Clinton Body Count which even has its own Wikipedia page.”

According to reports, Middleton was a Bill Clinton adviser who admitted Jeffrey Epstein to the White House at least seven times.

Now his family, including father Larry and widow Rhea, are fighting to keep photographs and other investigative content about his death away from the public.

They have filed for an injunction that alleges blocking the release would halt what they describe as “unsubstantiated conspiracy theories.”

The reports so far have said the married father-of-two, who lived in Little Rock, Arkansas, shot himself at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, a half hour’s drive from his home.

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