Brett Kavanaugh, Vince Foster’s “Suicide” & Ken Starr’s Recent Charge

Saturday, October 6, 2018
By Paul Martin

Mr. Favish sued the Office of Independent Counsel and won to obtain original Polaroid photos of Vincent Foster’s body in Fort Marcy Park. In the 2-1 opinion, it was stated: “Favish, in fact, tenders evidence and argument which, if believed, would justify his doubts” about the government’s conclusion.

TIM BROWN
FREEDOMOUTPOST.COM
OCTOBER 6, 2018

For those who have read my articles, you know that over the past week, I have defended Judge Brett Kavanaugh over the unsubstantiated allegations against him by Christine Blasey Ford, as any sane and just person would do. However, I have also admitted that I think there are problems, constitutional problems, related to confirming Judge Kavanaugh. I have also written that I believe there is some questionable behavior on Kavanaugh’s part in the Vince Foster “suicide” coverup that took place, and yes, don’t anyone tell me that Vince Foster committed suicide. It’s just not true, and unlike the Ford allegations, all the evidence points to the fact that he was murdered. Now, the only person who successfully sued the government to disclose information on the Foster cover-up has written on the subject and believes that recent charges by former independent counsel Ken Starr, in his new book, could lead to a lawsuit against him.

Allan J. Favish was admitted to the California State Bar in 1981. In 1999, he was admitted to the Washington, D.C. Bar, and, in 2002, he was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court, all Districts of California and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. He is a member of the State Bar of California.

Mr. Favish sued the Office of Independent Counsel and won to obtain original Polaroid photos of Vincent Foster’s body in Fort Marcy Park. In the 2-1 opinion, it was stated: “Favish, in fact, tenders evidence and argument which, if believed, would justify his doubts” about the government’s conclusion.

Favish commented recently on Ken Starr’s new book “Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation.” In doing so, Favish wrote, “Starr’s work included an investigation of the death of Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster, who was found dead in Virginia’s Fort Marcy Park on July 20, 1993. Starr concluded the death was a suicide.”

Now, why would Favish think otherwise? Because of the evidence. And not only does Favish deal with Starr’s claims, but also with one Brett Kavanaugh.

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