posted on May, 28 2005 @ 03:58 AM
Well I have long been wondering why with all the crap Clinton was dragging behind him the best the republicans could come up with was to attack him
over the Monica Lewinski thing when there was so much more they could have hit him with. Then it occurred to me that the Iran Contra thing happened
with Bush Sr. as Vice President so I started doing a little digging and I am sure this has been discussed on here before but I am wondering if anyone
has tied the two together, Clinton was governor during this time. During this time two teenage boys were found dead on the train tracks and many
speculate they stumbled upon this drug smuggling at the airport. Anyway I have often wondered why this was not brought out more in the campaign
between Bush Sr. and Clinton but now I am wondering if the two don't have ties that bind on this and that was why no one mentioned this. What do you
think? Look on second link related to the boys murder. BTW I thought Clinton was a good President but I am also aware that he was a politician and
they did not call slick willy for nothing. Anyway as I said I'm not giving any kind of proof here about anyones invlvement just speculating as to why
they never attacked him more on this.
An independent group of researchers in Arkansas are charging that Governor Bill Clinton is covering up an airport used by the CIA and major
coc aine smugglers in a remote corner of the Ozark mountains. According to Deborah Robinson of In These Times, the Inter mountain Regional
Airport in Mena,Arkansas continues to be the hub of operations for people like assassinated coc aine kingpin Barry Seal as well as government
intelligence operations linked to arms and drug smuggling.
The story of the boys on the tracks has received little attention from journalists outside Arkansas. The major exception has been Ambrose
Evans-Pritchard, a reporter for the London Telegraph. One section of his book, The Secret Life of Bill Clinton, touched on the story and its
implications for Arkansas and the nation. That was, until recently, the most detailed account of the story by a professional journalist.
[edit on 28-5-2005 by goose]