More bizarre and annoying information and picture surfaces about the two so-called
If you’ve followed, I’ve been paying close attention to the radar online reporting. Radar Hall is an entertainment website that provides excellent coverage of bizarre so-called “suicides” happening in Arkansas and related to Epstein and Clinton.
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I told you about Mark Middleton, Clinton’s former top aide who first brought Epstein to the White House and how he was found hanging from a tree with a shotgun in his chest. This bizarre death was actually called “suicide”. Middleton’s business partners couldn’t believe it and said he would never commit suicide, so they went on a mission to open and investigate the case by new people and it worked.
In the meantime, another so-called suicide has taken place. This time, it’s a woman named Ashley Haynes.
But the crazy thing about the Ashely Haynes case is that when it broke, the local media reported it as if it was a paddleboard trip, terribly wrong.
A tragic accident.
Related: Here we go: The so-called “suicide” case of Clinton’s top ally, reopened for new investigation
This is an article I found that reported on his death:
They said there were no signs of “foul play” on his body.
Meanwhile, I looked at Radar Online, and what they were reporting was the complete opposite of what the local news was saying about Ashley.
Radar said their internal sources said Ashley had found a cement anchor tied to her leg.
What the heck? How on earth could local news get so wrong?
I didn’t know how to do it. Apparently, someone’s story was wrong, wasn’t it?
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Well, to add mystery and madness, you remember those business associates who said Mr. Middleton didn’t kill himself, did he?
Well, those same anonymous associates said they saw Ashley meet Middleton before she died.
Remember, he died just a few weeks later.
And back to Ashley… so, today, I decided to go online and see what they have on the radar, and I couldn’t believe what I saw …
They have photos of Ashley and her feet, with cement anchors tied to them, and say it’s called “suicide.”
Here’s what the radar is reporting:
A leading forensic expert says he cannot deny the “foul play” in the death of an Arkansas woman who was involved in the mysterious suicide of a former presidential adviser who introduced President Bill Clinton to billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
Ashley Haynes was found drowning in the Arkansas River with an extension cord tied around her ankle and a concrete block – the body of Clinton financier Mark Middleton was found hanging from a tree with the same style electric rope wrapped around her neck. And the explosion of a close-range shotgun piercing his chest.
Renowned pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht came to a shocking conclusion after reviewing documents obtained exclusively and photographs of the 47-year-old model’s heinous crime scene, who once met witnesses with Middleton to discuss a financial matter.
Doctor. Wecht told Radar that it is common for people to commit suicide by drowning in order to weigh themselves with a heavy object to block the natural reflection of the human body. However, he said it was the police’s responsibility to investigate how he ended up under 10 feet of water in the Little Rock suburb of Maumel, where he lived.
“There’s nothing I can dig into that even hints at any kind of foul play. It’s possible, and I can’t blow it up, and I’m not blowing it up because of third party involvement or someone else doing it, “he said. “It’s something the police need to see.”
Haynes, a mother of two who often paddled down the river, disappeared on January 12, 2022, leaving a note on her kitchen island counter that read, “On the water, I love you.” He was last seen by a local resident in a wet suit, according to a police report obtained by RadarOnline.com.
After a thorough search, his body was discovered four days later by a family friend.
“Mr Haynes had a bag tied to his leg with a green extension cord,” the police report said. “Inside the bag was a large concrete block that measured 16x16x4.”
Photographs of the crime scene show a concrete slab, weighing about 58-pounds, with a red handle in a dirt-covered canvas bag and embroidered “The Hens” on one side. Ashley’s right ankle was attached to the bag by a thick green extension cord, yet her legs were looped with two red handles.
Dr Wecht noted that there were no signs of injuries on his body and that the brief autopsy report obtained by radar did not indicate that he was suffering from any illness. Despite repeated requests, Radar was denied a toxicology report from the Pulaski County Coroner’s Office, which Wecht said was important in determining the cause of death.
A source close to Haynes, who worked for a charity to feed and clothe the homeless, told Radar that the 110-pound yoga teacher would never take her own life – throwing a concrete suicide slab under a paddleboard at the bottom of the river.
“It simply came to our notice then. He would never commit suicide, “said Haynes.” When I heard he was missing, I knew it was a foul play. I don’t believe he committed suicide. How could he throw water into the river with a concrete block ?! “
Like Middleton, Haynes has been reported to be suffering from depression, and the deaths of both of them have been described by investigators as “suicides” although no one has left a suicide note.
Middleton, the former finance director of Clinton’s campaign, was found hanging from a tree with a cheap extension cord around his neck after entering a farm with a table to build a makeshift gallows.
A Middleton colleague who saw Haynes meet Doom Maniman tells Radar that even the well-respected Little Rock businessman was unable to take his life in such a wide fashion.
Click here to view radar photos online.
It’s such a bizarre story, I still can’t believe the local press reported Ashley’s death as a “no foul play” and haven’t updated their story yet.
That doesn’t make sense.
And Mark Middleton’s story is pretty bizarre too … and if the radar reporting is accurate – and they’ve been really spot-on so far – somehow the two are probably connected and we all know where it’s going, isn’t it?
Do I even need to say it out loud?
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