The Mystery Into The Latest Clinton “Suicide” Has Gotten Deeper…

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Bill Clinton’s advisor linked to Jeffrey Epstein has recently “committed suicide” mysteriously.

Mark Middleton died at the age of 59 on May 7. Authorities found him hanging in a tree with a massive shotgun blast to the chest.

The tragic death was very suspicious but the authorities ruled it a suicide, anyway.

Middleton had managed an air conditioning company in Little Rock for decades. In the 1990s, Middleton served as a special advisor to Bill Clinton in the White House. In his Presidential campaign, he also served as finance director.

Middleton is said to have aided in the development of a positive relationship between the former president and convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, to whom he granted access to the presidential residence seven times out of at least 17 visits.

Wayne Dupree further revealed some information that could be linked to the mysterious death of Middleton:

This mystery is getting weirder by the minute. Another Littlerock resident, who also died suspiciously, was found floating in the Arkansas River, and she has been connected by some to Mr. Middleton, as well… but it gets even more bizarre than that…

Radar Online gives us more details of this bizarre turn of events related to Middleton’s mysterious death:

The family of Bill Clinton’s former presidential advisor linked to perv Jeffrey Epstein has filed a lawsuit to muzzle local investigators from releasing details about his suspicious suicide after a series of explosive Radar stories raised questions about the cause of death.

Little Rock businessman Mark Middleton, who introduced the late perv to the former president, was found May 7th hanging from a tree with a shotgun blast through his chest and a cheap Dollar Tree-type extension cord around his neck in what investigators have determined to be a suicide.

But attempts by Radaronline.com to obtain the police and autopsy reports detailing the bizarre death on a Perryville farm linked to the former Commander-n-Cheat are being covered up by lawsuit handcuffing Perry County Sheriff Scott Montgomery and County Coroner Bill Greene.

The lawsuit was filed in Perry County Circuit Court by Middleton’s wife, Rhea and brother, Larry, on May 23 by attorney Paul Parnell, of the Rose Law Firm — the same legal firm where Hillary Clinton worked before becoming First Lady!

It’s also the same firm ensnarled in the notorious Whitewater scandal that dogged the Clintons in the 1990s and gained more notoriety when one of its former partners, Vince Foster, then Bill’s deputy White House counsel, committed suicide with a .38 Colt revolver in a Washington D.C. park.

The lawsuit asks for a “Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction against the disclosure of the photographs, videos, sketches, and other media content,” contained in the Sheriff’s investigatory files, according to the lawsuit obtained by Radaronline.com.

“Since Mr. Middleton’s death, Mr. Middleton’s family, including the Middletons, has been harassed by outlandish, hurtful, unsupported, and offensive online articles regarding Mr. Middleton, his death, and his family,” states the lawsuit, which also claims the family’s privacy is being violated.

“The same individuals who created the online articles will attempt to obtain details of the File.”

Middleton’s life in recent years has been a far cry from the authority he possessed in the 1990s. The death had not been investigated, according to a spokesperson for the Little Rock Police Department.

Good thing Radar Online made some significant changes with the case, while our mainstream media does nothing to uncover this mysterious death. Of course, this story will ruin Democrats’ image if proven correct, so they better stay away and change distract American viewers from the knowing truth.

According to Radar Online, Middleton’s business associates and friends do not believe for one second that this was a “suicide,” and they’re asking for an independent investigation into the matter.

Sources: WayneDupree, Radar Online