Brett Kavanaugh was Deep State’s Point Man for Vince Foster Murder Cover-up


Hillary Clinton and the late Vince Foster

By Hugh Turley
Exclusive to Accuracy in Media

Since the Clintons left office nearly 15 years ago, there has been little interest in the Vince Foster case, but Whitewater grand jury witness Patrick Knowlton and I continued our research at the National Archives uncovering evidence of the Foster murder cover-up. Internal documents from the office of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr confirm FBI agents and others undermined the Vince Foster death investigation. Accuracy in Media had been following the Foster investigation in the 1990s, and Reed Irvine suspected investigators had no evidence that Foster’s car was at Fort Marcy Park when he was already dead.

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Twenty-nine year old Brett Kavanaugh replaced Miguel Rodriguez when he resigned from Kenneth Starr’s Office of Independent Counsel. Associate Independent Counsel Rodriguez, an experienced prosecutor, thought he “was scoring big points” for Ken Starr investigating the death of Vince Foster, President Bill Clinton’s deputy White House counsel. Rodriguez’s assistant Lucia Rambusch thought they “would be getting pats on the back” for uncovering evidence Foster had been murdered. Instead, according to Deputy Independent Counsel Hickman Ewing’s notes, Rodriguez said that Deputy Independent Counsel Mark Tuohey “cancelled everything [he] was doing” and “undermined everything [he] had done.”

Kavanaugh sided with the Democrat Tuohey in opposing efforts by Rodriguez to uncover the truth.

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Rodriguez told Reed Irvine, the deceased former chairman and founder of Accuracy in Media, that “the young aspiring people, who I used to work with back in that office will say and do what they have to, to move up the ladder.”

Ewing wrote in his notes, “FBI refused to coop. w/ [Miguel Rodriguez] on [Vince Foster] death.” Rodriguez told Irvine the same FBI agents that did the Fiske investigation were working in Starr’s office and they hid photographic evidence, intimidated witnesses, and threatened him.

On March 10, 1995, four days after Rodriguez’s resignation was effective, an FBI agent sent a memorandum to Kavanaugh that was copied to Tuohey. The memo presented a chronology: “(16:15-16:30) Patrick Knowlton describes a small brown foreign car with Arkansas license plates in the Ft. Marcy parking lot. Knowlton also described a suit jacket and a briefcase inside this car.”

The memo failed to mention that Knowlton was unwavering that the car he saw was not Foster’s 1989 gray Honda.   The Arkansas license plate seen by Knowlton was used to make it appear that he saw Foster’s car. Although it stated that Knowlton saw a brown car, it suppressed the fact that Knowlton was certain the car was an early 80s model and not a 1989. The chronology continued: “(17:00 +/-) Judy Doody identifies Foster’s vehicle parked in the Ft. Marcy parking lot.” This false statement was used to make it appear Foster’s car was in the parking lot when Foster was dead.

In an FBI interview, Doody, “noted the only vehicle in the parking area was a relatively old (mid-1980s) Honda, possibly a Honda Accord, either tan or dark in color.”  Her companion Mark Feist told the FBI “he observed a vehicle, possibly a station wagon or ‘hatchback’ model, brownish in color.” They did not describe Foster’s 1989 gray Honda. On October 22, 1995, the London Sunday Telegraph reported the FBI had inaccurately reported what Knowlton told them he had seen at Fort Marcy Park.

“They went over it about 20 times, telling me that this was Foster’s car,” said Knowlton. “But I was quite adamant about it. I saw what I saw, and I wasn’t going to change my story…”

The article also reported that Knowlton and two other witnesses [Judy Doody and Mark Feist] had not been subpoenaed to testify before the Whitewater grand jury.

Four days after the Telegraph article was published, Thursday morning, October 26, 1995, Knowlton was served a subpoena to testify before the Washington, D.C. federal grand jury on the following Wednesday, November 1, 1995. FBI Special Agent Russell Bransford, assigned to Starr’s Office of Independent Counsel, personally served the subpoena at Knowlton’s home.

The name of John D. Bates, Deputy Independent Counsel, appeared on the front of the subpoena. The name of Brett M. Kavanaugh, Associate Counsel, was on the back. Harassment of witness Patrick Knowlton began later that same evening.

For several days prior to his grand jury appearance Knowlton was intimidated and harassed on the street and in his home by dozens of men, including FBI agent Bransford. Kavanaugh interrogated Knowlton before the grand jurors and had little interest in what he witnessed at Fort Marcy Park. Kavanaugh’s questions seemed designed to make Knowlton appear to be homosexual and someone seeking publicity.

Toward the end of the questioning Kavanaugh said, “tell us about the alleged harassment.” Knowlton responded that it “was not alleged, it happened.” He then repeatedly asked Kavanaugh who sent FBI agent Bransford to his home. Twice Kavanaugh responded that they were not there to answer Knowlton’s questions. When Knowlton asked a third time, Bates, who had been seated behind Knowlton said that they (“we”) sent Bransford.

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[In 1997] the U.S. Court of Appeals ordered Starr, over his objection, to include evidence of the cover-up as an appendix in his Report on Foster’s death. The evidence of the cover-up submitted by Knowlton’s attorney John Clarke became the final 20 pages of Starr’s Report. The evidence Irvine told Kavanaugh his investigation ignored was included, and more. The appendix includes copies of 25 federal investigative records proving: Foster’s car was not at the park, there was a bullet hole in Foster’s neck, photos of the neck wound vanished, x-rays of the neck wound vanished, the gun did not belong to Foster, and Knowlton suffered grand jury witness intimidation.

The appendix of the Report is still suppressed by the American press. It also includes evidence of the grand jury witness intimidation and crime scene photos. . .


Source: Brett Kavanaugh was Deep State’s Point Man for Vince Foster Murder Cover-up

16 thoughts on “Brett Kavanaugh was Deep State’s Point Man for Vince Foster Murder Cover-up

  1. Brett Kavanaugh needs to be impeached. For a justice implicated in a murder cover-up to serve on the Supreme Court is unthinkable. Kavanaugh’s involvement and evidence of the cover-up is a matter of public record since 1997, when an appeals court ordered Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr to include the cover-up evidence (uncovered by his own investigators) to be included as an appendix to Starr’s official report on Vince Foster’s death.

    It’s equally unthinkable that the corporate media refuses to report on the (publicly acknowledged) cover up, or Kavanaugh’s direct involvement in it.

    Links to the report and appendix are available at

    For readers too young to remember when Vince Foster (Bill Clinton’s Deputy White House Counsel) was “suicided,” James Corbett’s documentary Requiem for the Suicided: Vince Foster provides an excellent summary.


  2. Waco TX –supposedly Vince Foster okayed the aggressive action of that terrible day. He was quoted as being lied to about what they were going to do — they burned the Davidians alive!! Foster was writing a document about Waco that disappeared when he was suicided. The document was found in Killary’s closet. Waco Tx was a satanic sacrifice. Bill and Hillary Clinton are satanists. I don’t say that lightly and it’s not about politics. Whatever your beliefs are, THEY believe in satan and worship him, therefore, they have to sacrifice innocent people. That is what happened at Waco and that is why there is a trail of blood following the Clintons, George Soros/Schwartz, the nazi.


      • It really sickens me to watch that video of the tank and helicopter essentially ending their lives by setting fires. Watching evil in action. Like the Native Americans wanting to do their Spirit Dance, the Davidians just wanted to be left alone to worship the Creator in a way that made sense to them.


        • Also, I don’t know if you read my blog on it, but just like 9/11, the crime scene was cleaned up BEFORE investigation could be completed. The immediately began removing evidence.


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  4. The late Reed Irvine mentioned in Hugh Turley’s article taped a fascinating, very revealing phone call between himself and Brett Kavanaugh talking about the car color “problem”. It’s interesting that Reed Irvine mentions the Starr report virtually omits any mention of that “problem”, similar to the 9/11 Commission Report omitting any mention whatsoever of Building 7 – another “problem” for a government narrative (aka whitewash).


  5. Thanks for the video, Jerry. It’s really good a lot of this stuff is starting to come out on social media. To allow someone involved in a murder cover-up to sit on the Supreme Court represents corruption at the highest level.

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    • What’s astonishing is the Jim Fetzer and Scott Bennett aren’t aware of this, seeing as they have not mentioned it at all in their “Truth v. New$” @ Donald Grahn YT channel. We left the link to the website a few days ago, then listening to Fetzer’s interview (after Phil Giraldi) on Richie Allen (YT) and Fetzer said nothing about this.

      Then, there’s Fault Lines Radio with Nixon and Stranahan, where we shared the link in comments at their YT channel, only to see the comment never appear, or blocked/deleted. One has the gut feeling that Nikki Haley’s resignation and Kanye West’s Oval Office visit were part of a diversionary public relations effort – to manipulate the American people’s attention away from the Kavanaugh-Foster coverup scandal. The glamorous world of truth seekers. 🙂

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  6. Attorney Allan Favish ( argued unsuccessfully in 2004 Supreme Court case to obtain original crime scene photos of Foster showing neck wounds – which contradicts the Starr-Kavanaugh report. People interested will find much relevant information w/links in a June 2018 article written by attorney Favish:


    • If you examine the behavior of Favish before the Supreme Court you will see that there is something fishy with Favish.

      Patrick Knowlton, the victim of grand jury witness intimidation, never received a day in court. He filed his civil rights suit all the way to the Supreme Court and was never allowed to proceed in any court. Favish on the other hand was heard in several courts including the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court accepted Favish’s appeal but not Knowlton’s.

      Allan’s oral arguments were on December 3, 2003, over six years after the Appendix with evidence of a cover-up was included in the official report of Foster’s death. I was at the Supreme Court that day sitting between Reed Irvine and John Clarke. Favish never mentioned the Appendix. Favish mentioned the document from Dr. Haut in his argument but failed to tell the Supreme Court that this document was ordered included as part of the Appendix to Starr’s report. Allan never mentioned Knowlton, the witness intimidation that he suffered, that Foster’s car was not at the park, or that the gun did not belong to Foster. All of these things and more were included in the Appendix.

      Justice Kennedy would write, “Favish has not produced any evidence that would warrant a belief by a reasonable person that the alleged Government impropriety might have occurred…”

      The best evidence of wrong-doing by the government was in the Appendix that was ordered included by the Special Division of the US Court of Appeals. Favish ignored this strongest evidence and used his weaker evidence. Favish is either dumb or intentionally dumb. I do not think he is a dummy.

      In 2018 Allan Favish told Cliff Kincaid that Foster might have committed suicide, just like he told Justice Scalia in 2003. Look at this exchange below between Justice Scalia and Allan Favish:

      I – you – you – you’ve just demonstrated some foot faults in – in each of the investigations. Oh, this – this investigation made this mistake, this other investigation made the other mistake. Who cares? I mean, you really think that that is a matter of – of significant moment for – for the country, that there was an isolated mistake in – in one and another of the investigations? Who cares?

      Justice Scalia, I would not characterize them as foot faults. I think these are major omissions of significant evidence that pointed away from the Government’s official conclusion, and what it establishes is that the government reports are not trustworthy. I agree that in the end those reports may be correct and it was suicide in the park.

      Favish’s article looks good in American Thinker but Favish is an American Stinker.


      • The fact that Hugh Turley, in his interview with Cliff Kincaid of July 2018, never brought up these issues regarding Allan Favish plus the fact that Favish in his Supreme Court explanation for his case does indeed mention the brown car issue, the photographs, the x-ray problem, the black gun matter, etc. – what appears to be all the issues noted in the 20-page addendum by Knowlton, Clarke and Turley – has one to wonder if this man commenting here is not actually Hugh Turley, but an imposter.

        Add to that Favish’s American Thinker article credits Hugh Turley and links to the website, and one gets an increasing sense that this person commenting is a disinformation operative. If this person here is the real Hugh Turley, why hasn’t he mentioned this issue regarding Allan Favish before?


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