2016: Another Hillary Clinton Coverup. Public Advocate releases Report To Congress covering offenses. First time on the internet.
Summary: Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio releases today, for the first
time on the web, a forensic study on the mysterious death of Vince Foster that was
published when he served as president of another non-profit group.
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate said today,
"In light of the President announcing his active obstruction and wrongful assistance
in the coverup of the entire current criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton,
Congress must consider impeachment proceedings or other legal investigation as an option. The evidence collected by the FBI must be preserved for a potential hearing by Congress as soon as possible. If Mrs. Clinton is elected President, this makes that evidence critical to any proceeding.
Today Public Advocate posts an "old" 1997 report, to Congress, showing Hillary Clinton's complicity
in another possible, much more serious, crime. Public Advocate believes any previous
cover up would be part of any Congressional investigation and we ask that Congress
use this Report for their future proceedings as they used it in their 1998 impeachment
proceedings. This is the first time this Report is posted to the web,"
President Barrack Obama has publicly signaled the Federal Burea of Investigation to
lighten up and not prosecute Hillary Clinton in recent press reports. Allegations of
her collecting, maintaining and destroying thousands of classified documents from
her time as Secretary of State have filled news sites and prime time news shows
In light of the lack of access to the information in another case, the death of
White House aide and friend of Hillary Clinton Vince Foster, Public Advocate has
obtained a Report to Congress produced by a conservative non-profit, Council of
Volunteer Americans, and released it today --a 35 page forensic study into
the circumstances around the death which occured July 20, 1993.
The Report To Congress was mailed to members of Congress and five million Americans
in 1997 by regular book rate in the U.S. mail.
The House of Representatives and their committee did accept the fact that Bill Clinton and his
White House were possibly guilty of several counts of subterfuge, destruction of evidence,
hiding of evidence and more in their vote to impeach Bill Clinton subsequently in 1998.
The Senate was not able to muster a majority to convict Bill Clinton.
The Report To Congress detailing the coverup by Hillary Clinton was produced prior to
the existence of the internet so this is the first time
it appears on the internet.
This forensic study was titled "Report To Congress 1997" and included detailed ground word
at the site of the "death" and lengthy evidence of criminal collusion on the part
of the White House staff collected in one document.
Permission to quote in any portion without restriction the above statement for public interest
purposes in general.
Permission is granted to reproduce, quote, or use "Report to Congress" as long as credit is given to "Council of
Volunteer Americans, a non-profit group via Public Advocate of the US, Inc."