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Details of Clinton aide’s bizarre ‘suicide’ revealed

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The police report from the scene of Mark Middleton’s death was only released after nine months due to legal challenges.

The death of a top adviser to former US president Bill Clinton has been shrouded in mystery after the publication of a delayed police report. Mark Middleton was found hanging by an electrical cord from a tree with his chest blown out by a shotgun blast last May, in an alleged suicide.

However no gun was found anywhere at the scene, according to a Perry County, Arkansas sheriff’s report made public by the Daily Mail on Tuesday. Middleton is known to have signed sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein into the Clinton White House on at least seven of the 17 occasions he was known to have visited, and also flew on the late pedophile’s ‘Lolita Express’ private plane.

Written by Perry County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Lawson, who said he was called to the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas when an employee found Middleton’s vehicle abandoned on the grounds, the death report reveals that a gun case and three boxes of 12 gauge buckshot were found in the black BMW SUV – but no gun.

While early reports of his death claimed the businessman hanged himself with the help of a “makeshift gallows,” lugging a table onto the farm owned by animal charity Heifer International some 30 miles from his house, the police report does not mention a table.

Instead, Lawson describes glimpsing “what at first appeared to be a man sitting near a tree,” which gradually resolved to include “a rope of some type going from the tree limb to the male.” The “rope” was determined to be an extension cord.

Sheriff Scott Montgomery admitted at the time he had no idea why Middleton would have “picked that location to commit suicide,” telling Radar Online that “to our knowledge, he had never been there before.” Nor did the businessman leave a suicide note, Montgomery said.

Still, the sheriff initially stated the cause of death was suicide. “He found a tree and he pulled a table over there, and he got on that table, and he took an extension cord and put it around a limb, put it around his neck and he shot himself in the chest with a shotgun.”

Middleton’s family also insists he killed himself, arguing he was suffering from depression. They successfully sued to stop the release of photos depicting the scene of death.

However, one former business associate told Radar Online it was “physically impossible for Mark to have killed himself,” insisting “He knows nothing about guns! He hated guns; he couldn’t have tied a noose to save his life.”

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  1. What he’d done and what he knew huh? His own family either too terrified or simply want to wipe their hands clean of such a disgrace. A blatant hunt down and murder.

    • And yet this was NEVER reported on the MSM…!
      That would explain the barrel sound on my phone, and the psy-ops via cars trading places desperate to keep up with me in traffic during that time frame…!
      Thought I even saw my old Secret Service ‘buddies’ parked down the street. Bet they had a terrible time driving on the ‘wrong side of the road’…!
      I like to pull up opposite of the ‘followers’ and ‘monitors (a lizard of sorts…) and tap out Morse Code messages with my passing lights. F-U is a common one ..-. ..-

  2. Hillary Rod of Ham Clinton’s father was J3wi$h..see how it all makes sense?
    She needs more adrenalchrome, and a spirit cook-up…then she’ll meet up with her Coven in L.A., preferrably when ‘The Big One’ hits of 9.0 on the Richter Scale.
    See Larry Nichol’s exposure of the Clintons online.


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