Hugh Sprunt on Vincent Foster

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Note the following statement from Dr. Thomas Sowell:

Any number of things might have happened on July 20, 1993, when Vincent Foster's body was discovered in Marcy Park. The hardest thing to reconcile with the evidence is that he committed suicide in that park.

This is what Dr. Thomas Sowell wrote in his in his nationally syndicated column on September 18, 1997 (and thereafter as published in various newspapers), which was a book review of Christopher Ruddy's 1997 book "The Strange Death of Vincent Foster".

Hugh Sprunt has MBA & JD degrees from Stanford University, and BS and MS degrees in earth & planetary science from M.I.T. He also is one of the very few CPAs in the country certified as a Personal Financial Specialist by the American Institute of CPAs.

He has written over fourteen published articles on the Foster case and an early version of his "Citizen's Independent Report" on the death was requested by Starr's Office of Independent Counsel in 1995. He was on the cover of the New York Times Magazine, February 23, 1997, because of his investigation into the Foster death and has been interviewed by Starr's Office of Independent Counsel.

A November 20, 1997 lecture about the Vincent Foster case by Hugh Sprunt is available on YouTube in 15 parts. The entire lecture is about 2.5 hours. Here are the URLs for the videos:

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Downloadable documents:

"Citizen's Independent Report" (675 KB MS Word file)

The map of Fort Marcy Park and immediate area from the CIR is here.

Analysis of Kenneth Starr's report on the Foster death (235 KB MS Word file)

Collection of additional documents about the Foster death (11.8 MB)