This all happened before I began paying attention to anything political. Is there also a “truther” group on OKC and Waco? And how would a “truther” group on those events differ, politically, from the 9/11 truthers of today?
This forum is founded on Truth about Waco and other Clinton crimes. That’s our beginning. We’ved covered it inside and out. You’ll find few in Talk Radio who could disagree with us about it. Now the revelation by Dick Morris and Rush firing a shot across Clinton’s bow — it’s all resurfacing.
To truly understand the “truther” side of the FR, Alamo-girl has filed it all scrupulously.
One under-reported outrage was the strange death of Betty Currie’s brother:
Theodore Williams, Betty Currie’s brother, Beaten before Betty’s Senate testimony then Car/Pedestrian Accident during Monica story(Key Witness’ brother)
A good key word is “Oregonian”, a paper that reported on his beating. Here’s one page that sums it up about right:
Betty Currie The night before White House secretary, Betty Currie, was to testify before the Campaign Finance hearing, her brother, Theodore Williams, Jr., was severely beaten and hospitalized (see Oregonian January 29, 1998 Page A9). Then within one month of her testifying in the Lewinsky Grand Jury her sister was killed in a car “accident” in December 1997.
Then there’s the weird car accident ...
Death of brother of Clintons personal secretary, Betty Currie, ruled accidental.
Jet | March 9, 1998 |
Virginia State Police recently concluded that the brother of President Clintons personal secretary, Betty Currie, did not intend to commit suicide when he ran onto an interstate after a traffic accident and was struck and killed by an oncoming tractor-trailer.
Police say there is no explanation why Theodore R. Williams Jr. of Fort Washington, MD, darted from the highway shoulder after talking to a trooper who was investigating the accident with another truck. Williams had escaped the crash without injury.
A spokeswoman, Mary S. Evans, for state police told [snip]
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