In order to believe the suicide theory to be valid, one must accept that Vincent Foster placed a .38 revolver into his own mouth and pulled the trigger without getting any of his fingerprints or his blood on the gun or powder or bullet fragments from the gun into the wound.
No blood on the gun. FBI lab report dated May 9th 1994. The evidence list in the top pane indicates that K1 is the revolver. The lower pane is from page 10 and reveals that there was no blood on the gun that Foster supposedly fired inside his own mouth. This result invoolved the use of the FBI's most sensitive chemical tst for blood, a test that will detect blood on a knife that's been wiped clean.
No fingerprints belonging to Vincent Foster on the gun. FBI Memo attached to lab report dated May 9th 1994, page 2.
No powder matchable to the dark blued steel gun found in the wounds. FBI lab report dated May 9th 1994, page 8.
No bullet fragments in the wounds. Beyer Autopsy, Gross Description page, next to last paragraph.
These are the two cartridges found in the dark blued steel gun found with Vincent Foster's body. Note that the unfired bullet has a soft lead unjacketed slug, one that will flatten and fragment on impact. Dr. Bayer's above cited report is his claim that such a soft lead bullet penetrated the thick bones at the base and rear of Foster's skull without leaving any fragments.
The DNA recovered from the gun was more likely to come from a black man or a hispanic than from Foster.
"Don't believe a word you hear. It was not suicide. It couldn't have been." -Assistant Attorney General Webster Hubbell, 7/20/93, cited in Esquire, 11/93.
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