Hillary (and Bill): The Drugs Volume: Part Two Of The Clinton Trilogy

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SKU: DADAX0978573358
ISBN : 0978573358

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In HILLARY (And Bill): The DRUGS Volume-Part Two of the Clinton Trilogy some of the most damning examples ever put into print of the U.S. government's crimes and corruption are exposed in glaring detail. Beginning with the Clinton family's long-standing ties to the notorious Dixie Mafia, this book illustrates how billions of dollars of cocaine, cash and weapons passed through Mena, Arkansas during the 1980s-with the the full knowledge of Bill and Hillary-to finance the illegal war in Nica ragua. (Tons of this CIA-imported coke help fuel the cocaine epidemic of the 1980s) In short, Bill and Hillary's Arkansas became nothing less than a narco-republic, with little banks near Mena laundering more money than the big banks in New York City. As this thoroughly sourced tale unfolds, the reader encounters a sordid cast of characters including George Bush the Elder (who ran the operation from the office of the VP in D.C.), Oliver North, Manuel Noriega, Webster Hubbell, Barry Seal, Dan Lasater and the Stephens Brothers. In addition, an undeniable amount of evidence proves that nearly every one of Bill Clinton's gubernatorial campaigns - including his 1992 presidential bid - was substantially financed with cocaine money. The author also includes a wealth of information on the larger implications of Whitewater, the BCCI banking scandal, Travelgate, Filegate and novice stock investor Hillary Clinton's infamous-and mind-boggling-windfall profits derived from trading cattle futures. Also, how the Clintons continually escaped paying for their crimes by firing every U.S. attorney in D.C and appointing friends (many corrupt) as judges. Softcover, 310 pages.
Author : Victor Thorn
ISBN : 0978573358
Language : English
No of Pages : 301
Publication Date : 2008
Format/Binding : Paperback
Book dimensions : 8.4x5.5x0.9
Book weight : 0.01

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