Robert Fiske and Ken Starr are also colluding with the media to hide the murder?
Fiske concluded that there was no evidence to contradict his surmise that Foster walked into Fort Marcy Park and shot himself in the mouth with a .38-caliber revolver. The report reconciled all witness testimony with this conclusion and stated that there was no other trauma to the body that would indicate foul play or that Foster died by any other means than a self-inflicted gunshot into his mouth that exited through the back of his head.
Fiske was able to make this case because, at the time his report was issued, he controlled all of the information. However, during the almost three years that have passed, much of this information has been leaked or pried loose by lawsuits and congressional inquiries.
Moreover, witnesses have come forward who say the Fiske report distorts and manipulates the testimony they gave to the FBI agents who interviewed them. Comparisons of handwritten notes made by FBI agents while interviewing witnesses with the typed versions on the FD-302 forms and the Fiske report do show troubling transformations in meaning that seem designed to make the evidence fit the explanation and to get rid of loose ends.
The person who discovered Foster's body continues to maintain that the gun, allegedly found in Foster's hand, was not in Foster's hand or present anywhere on the scene when he discovered the body The Fiske report also glosses over the fact that witnesses agreed on the description of the car that they saw in the parking lot at the time Foster was lying dead in the park--and it was not a description of Foster's car.
The latest development shakes the very foundation of the Fiske report. In the March 2 London Sunday Telegraph, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reports that a prosecutor on Starr's staff, disturbed by inconsistencies and conflicting evidence, quietly has been showing one of the original death-scene photos of Foster to forensic scientists and other individuals. The photo reveals a clearly visible small-caliber gunshot wound on the right side of Foster's neck, just below the jawline.
This photo conflicts with the Fiske report's claim that the only trauma to Foster's body is a wound to the back of the head from the gunshot into the mouth.
The photo confirms the testimony of paramedics present at the scene(firemen). In his deposition to the Senate Banking Committee on July 14,1994, Richard Arthur said he saw a bullet hole in Foster's neck near the jawline on the right side. When confronted with the official story of gunshot through the mouth, Arthur said: "Fine. Whether the coroner's report says that or not, fine. I know what I saw."
If you trust Fiske you'll trust anybody, and as far as Starr who knows what he was thinking. Im saying there is evidence.
BINGO! Ken Starr is nothing but a Washington insider. He did not do his job and collect 8 million tax dollars for doing nothing.