Ex-Bill Clinton aide tied to Jeffrey Epstein death ruled a SUICIDE; reports of hanging, gun wound and NO GUN

Nearly a year ago this May 7th, a former aide to former President Bill Clinton was found dead at a ranch in Arkansas with a gunshot wound to his chest and an extension cord reportedly tying his neck to a tree.

This week the police finally unsealed their report on the crime, and according to the report, aide Mark Middleton’s death was a suicide.

However, at least one of Middleton’s associates believes he was murdered.

“He was murdered! At this point, it’s not just a murder. It’s an Arkansas state coverup! There is no way he killed himself,” the associate told Radar Online this week.

The Daily Mail notes that it took so long for the report to be released because Middleton’s family had petitioned a judge out of fear that gory pictures from the crime scene would also be made public.

The report describes what happened when Perry County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Lawson was called to the ranch by ranch worker Samantha McElroy after she found an abandoned black BMW SUV.

Upon his arrival, Lawson reportedly walked around a cottage on the ranch.

“Almost immediately after stepping around the corner of the cottage she [Lawson] started yelling. Upon reaching the back of the cottage she pointed towards the rear of the property and asked if that was a person,” the report reads.

“I could see what at first appeared to be a man sitting near a tree, as my eyes focused better, I could see a rope of some type going from the tree limb to the male. I could see that he had a gunshot wound to the chest and that he had a knot tied in an extension cord that was around his neck and it was attached to the limb directly above him,” the report continues.

Here’s where things get weird. When McElroy searched the BMW, he found three boxes of buckshot and a gun case but no weapon, which raises the question of what happened to the gun that Middleton had evidently used to shoot himself.

Here’s where things get even weirder: “Middleton’s former associate also questioned the box of shells in the trunk of the black BMW, insisting that Mark was ‘terrified’ of guns and didn’t own that type of vehicle,” according to Radar Online.

“The man could not have even identified a shotgun shell, let alone pick out a box or bought one. Mark Middleton was terrified of guns, had no idea how to handle one, wouldn’t have even touched one — it’s all bull—-,” the associate said.

“It’s to the point now where people are going to start talking because it has gotten so, so ridiculous. The man did not even own a black BMW. Every two years Mark would custom order a pearl white Range Rover and that the only vehicle he drove!” he added.

“These were $250,000 Range Rovers you couldn’t buy off the car lot. White is the only color he drove. He did not own a black BMW! Neither does his wife, neither do his children. No one owns a black BMW. The lies are just insane,” the associate concluded.

Some social media users also suspect Middleton was murdered, in part because of his connection to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein:

Prior to his death, Middleton had in the 90s served as an aide to Clinton. During this time, he signed Epstein into the White House at least seven times.

This is relevant, social media users say, given as Epstein also allegedly died of suicide, despite all the theories to the contrary that he’d been murdered.

However, the Arkansas Times reported that Middleton’s family has said he “was being treated for depression” prior to his death.

What’s also known is that there had been some friction between him and the Clinton administration.

“In 1996 an investigation by the White House found that Middleton had abused his access to impress business clients and was barred from the executive mansion without senior approval. Middleton denied the claims,” according to the Daily Mail.

“Among other things, he is accused of using his White House business cards and keeping a voice-mail message on the White House telephone system long after he had left his job there,” the Los Angeles Times reported back in 1996.

“He also is accused of taking business clients to the White House dining room without authorization and portraying himself as someone with influence among President Clinton’s inner circle.”

Vivek Saxena


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