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Failure Of The Public Trust

by John Clarke

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This book is a court document that was unsealed by the Special Division of the United States Court of Appeals. It is proof of the FBI and OIC cover-up in the Independent Counsel's probe into the Death of Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster.

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Given the scrutiny we are told our government has given the case, this proof challenges the assumptions that many of us have about our government and our news media. This evidence is profoundly disturbing.

About the Author
John H. Clarke is a Washington D.C. attorney representing co-author and Whitewater grand jury witness Patrick J. Knowlton. Co-author Hugh Turley is a businessman and reseacher.

Excerpted from Failure of the Public Trust by John Clarke, Patrick Knowlton, Hugh Turley. Copyright © 1999. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved
From Chapter VIII: I asked Kathy if the guy was staring just at me or at her too. She said that it was only me. As we approached I realized he was staring at me. I became very nervous. It was then that it occurred to me that it may have something to do with the subpoena I received that morning. As he followed us against the light, my legs became rubbery, and I thought we were in trouble. As we walked, we discussed trying to remember what everyone was wearing and what they looked like.



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