Judge To Review Clinton 1987 Murder Of 2 Arkansas Boys

A federal judge is to review an unsolved 1987 murder case of 2 young boys from Arkansas who were believed to have been killed by Clinton operatives. A mother’s 30-year missions to uncover the truth about what happened to her son’s in 1987 has led a federal judge to order an urgent review of several tightly guarded government documents about the Clinton’s and other high-level government officials. On Au­gust 23, 1987, two boys were found dead on a rail­road tracks near Mena. The bod­ies were Kevin Ives, 17 years old and his friend, Don Henry, 16 years old. Their deaths at the time were ruled ac­ci­den­tal by Clin­ton-ap­pointed state med­ical ex­am­iner, Dr. Fahmy Malak. In the 80’s, Mena was used for one of the busiest drug smug­gling in op­er­a­tions in the world in what eventually became known as the Iran-Contra scandal. Key op­er­a­tives in Iran-Con­tra were George Bush, Oliver North, Dewey […] Read More