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"Latest Foster Cover-Up Book Not Completely Worthless" Article draws retraction demand from "author."

Peschmann’s Scalice passage appears on page 106 of her book. At this point the reader might as well just continue with his Internet reading and ditch the book. The Knowlton appendix referred to—by dint of the judges’ decision as much a part of the official report as the work of Starr’s team—thoroughly destroys Peschmann’s thesis. She guesses that Foster, after going out and eating some more somewhere, came back to the White House shortly after 5 o’clock and shot himself in his office with his own gun and was then transported to Fort Marcy Park and dumped there by panicked fellow White House lawyers working late.

We learn from Knowlton’s document, though, that the widow, Lisa, was shown a silver gun and told that it was the one found at the park, when the gun found at the park was black and therefore not the one that the family brought up from Arkansas. The gun, then, appears to have been planted.

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Peschmann’s book was a clear attempt to reframe the Vincent Foster murder and bury it at a time when Hillary's campaign has revived interest in the matter.

Peschmann is attempting to reconcile the copious amounts of contradictory evidence in the Foster case with the theory that Foster's body was moved, while preserving the claim that Foster killed himself, then was moved because his death occurred somewhere embarrassing, therefore, according to Peschmann, people should simply stop talking about Vince Foster, at least until after November!

Peschmann has now sent a demand for retraction and apology to DC Dave and to the websites that cross-posted his critique, claiming that pointing out the factual inaccuracies in the book qualifies as defamation.

In fact, Peschmann ignores key facts that undermine the "Foster really did kill himself, just somewhere other than Fort Marcy Park" theory. It is documented that the gun found with the body in Fort Marcy Park did not in fact belong to Vince Foster. It is a documented fact that the FBI fraudulently manufactured the testimony of Lisa Foster to claim the dark blued gun found with the body was the "silver colored" (The FBI's description) was the nickle-plated revolver Foster inherited from his father. Perschmann claims that Foster's blood had dried by the time Foster's body was found, yet when the body was moved, fresh blood flowed out of the wounds, staining Foster's shirt! There is a medical report of a wound to Foster's neck, which was then whited over!

It is not defamatory to point out errors in a published work.

One very alert reader write in to ask how many people planning to commit suicide go out for dinner first!

But let us stipulate for a moment that Perschmann is correct, that Vince Foster really did kill himself, and the body moved by a panicked White House staff. That is still Obstruction of Justice, and that is an impeachable offence!

More about the murder of White House Deputy Counsel Vince Foster is HERE.

Comments

good grief. peschmann's

dissident84

good grief. peschmann's demand for retraction is ridiculous. who is going to read all that crap, 18 pages of it? The tip-off that it's more of an emotional, rambling rant than an actual legal demand is her repeatetiveness and demands to "RETRACT NOW. RETRACT NOW." And that she demands to know their real identities and contact information. Someone with a real demand would find out that info and just sue them, or issue an actual letter of demand (which would probably not be 18 pages long.)

Last meal

mistorteem

Does planning suicide make people hungry so that they go out and eat first?

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