A thoughtful person will find this hard to brush off
After the recent election and the interest in Bill and Hillary's scandals reaching back more than 30 years, I decided to do some research in order to determine whether Hillary was really as evil as many say or was she the victim of a groundless conspiracy theory. Since I was an educated adult during the years in question, I knew some of the stories were true, and I strongly suspected the death of Vince Foster was not really an act of suicide. I would never have thought a whole string of deaths over decades of time could possibly be laid at the feet of an American President and his wife; deaths that were crudely covered up and forgotten.
I saw this movie on the internet in addition to some articles that may or may not have any validity. What was different in this movie is that most of the accusations are documented, either by people who were involved in some way or by documents, which are shown to the viewer and are quite convincing. Some of the people are friends or former friends from Arkansas who describe Bill Clinton as a young man. They are not, in general, people who have an axe to grind. They simply tell how they remember him in a manner that you might use to describe a friend from the past. The deaths are well documented, as are the frightening relationships between several people who met death in rather chilling ways. For example, a man was run over by a train. The death was ruled by the coroner to be an accident . Two nurses who were present at the autopsy had seen a bullet hole in the victim's head - as did the coroner. The coroner did not report the bullet hole in his report. The nurses went to authorities to have the cause of death investigated. The nurses met strange deaths before they got to testify. Others who had been shown the evidence also died rather suddenly as the investigation proceeded. Suicide seemed to be epidemic. Strange suicides. A young woman who had a known affair with Bill Clinton and became pregnant was found dead with a bullet hole in her head. It was ruled a suicide even though the deadly bullet had entered through the back of her head. A man who who seemed to find his death in an airplane crash was ruled to be an accident victim in spite of having a bullet hole in his head.
Such strange deaths of people who were involved in some way with the Clintons seemed to follow the Clintons for decades, the number of which became staggering. It was like things I had read about happening in places like the Soviet Union and Red China. I did not want to believe it could be true, but being a scientist (physics by specialty) I could not simply dismiss the evidence.
If you have decided that nothing will make you suspect the Clintons of such heinous acts, you should probably take a pass on this movie because you will insist it is some conservative conspiracy.
For others, it may well be worth your while. Then, you can draw your own conclusions.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this