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Clinton Body Count Epstein Suicided Mena Iran Contra Barry Seal Medellin PART 1 - Railroad Murders

Clinton Body Count Epstein Suicided Mena Iran Contra Barry Seal Medellin PART 1 - Railroad Murders
It was a strange place for two teenagers to lie on the

railroad

tracks in the middle of the woods near Bryan Arkansas when the three men and the lead northbound Union Pacific locomotive saw the boys already risking a derailment too late of the Engine drivers threw the mile-long train into distress and, despite the vibration of the tracks, the screech of metal on metal and the deafening blast of the horn, the boys put on the horn, the boys did not move the train brakeman to see that the boys were lying side by side on the tracks and their bodies were

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ially covered with photographs in identical positions.
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Moments later, the train passed the motionless boys. The victims were Don Henry 16 and Kevin I of 17, both from Saline

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y, Arkansas, who they would have The next day Kevin had spent the night at Don's started their senior year at Bryan High School, and the two ventured outside just after midnight, never to return. Back then, did anyone know that these two friends had unwittingly stumbled into an underworld of drug smuggling and government corruption, a cover-up of incredible proportions was about to happen. I believe Kevin and John were near the tracks that night and saw either money or drugs being dropped from a plane I believe law enforcement officers were killed at their place and the cover up was immediately extended to Coroner Fahmy Malak when The Malik family, Arkansas state physician, was the one responsible for deciding the cause of death of his plan to declare the boy's death a double suicide, but after consulting with Saline

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y Sheriff Jim Steed, they decided that no one could decision would accept and changed the cause of death to accident.
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We were absolutely confused and outraged by the decision to have accidental as the manner of death. We didn't think the facts supported that verdict and we began seeking just a second opinion where we were met with opposition on all fronts of law enforcement from the crime lab we hired a lawyer and a private investigator and got court orders to get verifiable samples of everything they had to get a second opinion and femi malek refused to comply with the court orders without supporting evidence malek ruled that the boys smoked more than 20 marijuana cigarettes each and fell asleep on the tracks in a psychedelic stupor.
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It was later revealed that the state crime lab had never tested the concentration of marijuana and had actually conducted a test for The Boy's Blood to be used in Europe, shocked at the absurd ruin. The family's nightmare battle against the state doctor was complicated by Gov.

Clinton

's public support of Malek, but after 13 long months, the parents were finally able to prove what they'd believed all along—that the boys had actually been murdered, seventeen-year-old Kevin Ives and sixteen-year-old Don Henry were hit by a train near Alexander. The coroner said the boys were asleep and drugged with marijuana.
However, the parents denied this claim and persuaded the authorities to reopen the case because of their persistence. Kevin and Don's bodies were exhumed, new autopsies performed, and a grand jury convened by dr. Joseph Burton, a nationally recognized overseas forensic pathologist, performed the new autopsies. His findings showed that Don Henry had been stabbed in the back and Kevin Ives' face shattered by a gunshot, but before their bodies were placed on the

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tracks, Burton's autopsies also found that Malik had mutilated Kevin's skull by putting him in so many different directions that it was impossible to tell where the original skull fractures were.
Malik had also completely dissected Kevin's jawbone. Burton said he'd performed thousands of autopsies and never seen anything like Malik trying to hide anything, a former crime lab employee said he discovered apparent evidence of a stab wound during the original autopsy, but was told he shouldn't worry about it. Malik has declined to comment Burton Two other forensic pathologists and seven forensic investigators with more than 100 years of combined experience investigating homicides reviewed the case, it was their collective opinion that the sentence should be changed to murder. Amidst all the turmoil of trying to change the verdict in our case, it became very clear that this was not an isolated instance of failure The Manner of Death Verdict There were many other cases across the state that came to our attention in 1992, other than the Los Angeles Times more than 20 more cases or Dr.
Malak had falsified evidence and wrongly ruled, one case involved the murder of Raymond Albright who had been shot five times in the chest with a Colt 45, unbelievably Malek had ruled suicide, another involved James Dewey Milam, whose

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in this case was headless was found, Malek ruled The cause of death was an ulcer, although my lamb's head had clearly been severed with a knife and skull unfortunately for dr. Malik my lamb head was later found, Malik it turns out he made up the entire story of the media reporting Malik's dishonest decisions, leading to a massive public outcry demanding his removal from office based on his own evidence of that magnitude could cause a national scandal and if necessary his autopsy cases are in court and he's not an honest man, he shouldn't do anything about it, either Governor

Clinton

or Jocelyn Elders, the chairman of the Arkansas State Medical Commission of Inquiry, who did the To remove Malek from office, not only did he insist that he stay, they gave him a raise based on the facts I had.
I really feel like Dr. Malak a huge debt and a real apology today, the governor was asked if Malloc should resign. I don't think I should make that decision based on what I know now, it doesn't matter what Malik did whether it was perjury in court fabricating evidence and calling murder trials Coroner's Killer

Clinton

defended him by he excused him that he was stressed, overworked and underpaid, that his testimony had compromised evidence in many Arkansas crime cases, and that it was very obvious that the Malik family had some sort of power over Bill

Clinton

. The end result was that he got a $14,000 raise received dollars.
It was an absolute insult to my family. It's my lips suspect death as manslaughter until proven otherwise. The Saline

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y congressman who took control of the crime scene where Kevin and Don were murdered immediately ordered that it was an accident and procedures were never taken to protect the crime scene and properly collect evidence. We were supposed to be working as an accident, you know, or they were investigating for telemarketing and there wasn't enough time to go against all standard police procedures directly at the scene of the crime, and the train was used as a reference point to record the location of the boys' bodies and belongings , once the train de

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ed, the reference point was lost forever and the information gathered became completely useless.
Our local investigation was being led by our Sheriff Jim, he later went on to tell TV and boasted what a thorough investigation he had conducted and that we as parents felt very sorry for him but that he had complete confidence in the Malik family's decision that theirs Investigation was so thorough that they left my son's foot open for two days a A number of pieces of evidence collected at the crime scene eventually turned up as missing police, although they refused to acknowledge the existence of this weapon when picked up by the Police caught on video all three members of the train crew saw a tarpaulin covering the bodies of the boys on the tracks before the impact.
The conductor even showed the investigators where the tarpaulin had landed after the impact, but the police denied the tarpaulin existed what color she was that really wasn't enough that the thing was a lot of tension i know There was a time when you knew that it wasn't a bat in the bag. You know you kinda hold it and shut it down I questioned the Saline

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y Police De

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ment about this, Rick Elmendorf and Chuck Talent. I sat down here in my living room and told us that they were absolutely positive that this was an optical illusion that the throwing crew had seen that they had cheating tests performed on their clothing that would have revealed fibers of a tarpaulin that either acted on the clothes or the bodies themselves, we found out much later that it was a lie, that they had never tested their clothes, and my interpretation of that is that they had some reason to lie, maybe even themselves involved, and in what would prove to be the most ironic turn of events in this case, Assistant District Attorney Richard Garrett and fellow defense attorney Dan Harmon approached Linda Ives and convinced her that they would do everything in their power to catch Harmon , who was responsible for the murder of their son Harmon, was later appointed special prosecutor to help the Gra nd jury, but when his investigation turned up potential witnesses dead in May 1988, Keith Coney, who was believed to be with Kevin and Dawn that night, told friends and family that law enforcement officials were responsible for the

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, two Days later he was killed in a motorcycle accident while being chased, according to some officials, his throat had previously been cut and he appeared to be fleeing his attackers when he lost control, but that crucial information was omitted from the final report, there was none Autopsy or examination and I don't think there was an accident because he was in fear for his life a few months ago before he said a couple of times that he knew people who were being watched and he was scared Mrs Alexander tells her Son knew the two teenagers who were hit by the train and she says he told her he was there when the boys died orben but he saw two attackers but he knew there were two how do you try to get him to say it?
I who and he he was either a fight or didn't know. November 1988 Keith McCaskill, who was allegedly on the line that night, turned over information he had about the boy

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to Richard Garrett because he believed he had spoken to the wrong people, which McCaskill had made his own funeral arrangements passed away from family and friends and was murdered within days. stabbed 113 times. His murder remains unsolved. On the night of the 1988 election he took two pennies out of his pocket and threw it on the bar by the wagon wheel there and said if Jim testifies that election loses my life isn't worth two cents and he was murdered that night .
Harmon Garrett and members of the Arkansas Police De

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ment found themselves suddenly in the awkward position of trying to convince the public c that the deaths of these key witnesses at a crucial point in the investigation was just an accident, thanks that Mr. McCaskill probably suffered under severe paranoia, and at the moment the indications are that no one else was involved, there was a known reason for his paranoia. I'm sure there's some reason for his paranoia because you spoke to the police or the DA I don't know if that's the reason for the murder, if it's even related to the grand jury investigation, not that we know McCaskill was a witness to the inquest into the death on the Bryant train, although the police have not determined a motive for the murder.
They say there is no connection between that inquest and the desk of Don Henry or Kevin Ives, and I see nothing in the pursuit of the remainder of this investigation predicted to be anything, thanks to those who believe a massive police cover-up and elected officials including the possible killing of witnesses watched in horror as the death toll continued to mount. January 1989 Greg Collins, who failed to appear after being subpoenaed to testify earlier on Kevin and Don's grand jury, was killed by a shotgun blast in the face. His murder remains unsolved. March 1989 Boney Bearden, a friend of Coney and Collins, disappeared.
A piece of clothing belonging to Bearden was found near where an anonymous caller claimed he had been murdered and his

body

was never recovered. April 1989. Jeff Rhoads was murdered after telling his family he knew too much about the Kevin Don and McCaskill

murders

. Rhodes was shot in the head and set on fire in a garbage dump during a robbery that apparentlystaged to cover up his murder, his case remains unsolved. June 1990 Jordan Kettle s'en, believed to be connected to the McCaskill murder, was shot in the head. There was no police investigation and his

body

was cremated before an autopsy could be performed.
June 1995 Mike Samples Another grand jury witness was shot dead, sources claim he was involved in recovering drugs dropped from airplanes Authorities have denied any connection between those cases and the

murders

of Kevin and Don. Those individuals whose testimonies might have seen this case years ago were systematically eliminated Powerful Players The eight-month grand jury investigation into the

murders

of Kevin and Dawn came to an abrupt end on December 31, 1988. A last-minute legal maneuver by Harmon Garrett and Presiding Judge John Cole prevented the jury from revealing their findings in the final report to the men and women of the grand jury, who were sent home, frustrated at not being allowed to do their work, one has special grand jury dissolved three hours ago, she delivered her final report on the deaths of two teenagers, but the grand jury was not allowed to do as she pleased.
I know this because you I couldn't repeat and the report much of the testimony that you heard is evidence that you received that you are somewhat frustrated by this and in the end it is understandable. I know the grand jury hated giving it up at this point because I think the public needs to know about the seriousness of the drug problem here in Saline

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y, and perhaps in other surrounding

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ies as well. I've now been two and a half years since the incident of the boys on the track. Saline

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y Assistant Attorney Jean Duffey was asked to lead the new When she created a drug task force, the day she was named her chief attorney, Gary, she had to put the drug trade in a three-

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y-area of ​​Arkansas, including Saline

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y, to investigate Parliament gave her a strange order.
Gary Arnold walked into my office, stood in front of my desk, looked me straight in the face and said, Gene, don't use the narcotics task force to investigate an officer, turned on his heel, and now he's stalked out like this Astonishing as that statement may sound, I really didn't think it would pose any problem because at the time I had no indication that there was any officer in our jurisdiction remotely involved with drugs. Genes was immediately discovered undercover team that a number of officers in their

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y were actually involved in drug trafficking. Gary Arnold's order had now become a dilemma.
Gen was unable to include the information in her reports as Arnold would know that even in the case of Arnold disobeying orders herself being involved in the corruption she did not want him to have access to this information however there was a solution which Knowing at the time that there had been a federal investigation led by Assistant U.S. Attorney Bob Garvin, Garaad seemed the most likely person to have this information shared what I was doing, and he was grateful because they supported information he had already gathered, supplemented it, and gave him new information to expand his investigation into drug activities.
When Gene Duffy's task force was operational in July 1991, the Gene Duffy undercover officers found evidence linking train deaths to officers and drugs. Three years had passed since the boys were killed and Gene had no way of knowing that the Drug Task Force was due to be shut down for nearly solving the

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of Kevin and Don in a way that was appropriate for our Drug Task Force was reopening the boys on the trail case until one of my undercover officers came to me and told me that the case was not only drug related but also solvable, which he asked permission to investigate, and I agreed and told him that we would then take our information to Bob Guevara.
Ironically, Dan Harmon and Richard Garrett were the very same men who conducted the grand jury investigations into the Kevin and Don

murders

, two of the primary targets of go VAR's drug and corruption investigations. Linda Ives, who for years had believed that Harmon and Garrett were sincere tried to solve her son's murder, now realized that they were the ones orchestrating the cover-up. We certainly don't have any suspects at this point, it's been quite a while and I really didn't expect it to take that long when we started. I'm frustrated with the time it took and she was frustrated that we couldn't accomplish some of the things we're trying to do, skillfully should have been able to, whatever the outcome, whether someone is charged or not, the grand jury did a great job, yet we leave the question open as to whether the boys were murdered, who did it well, until it is deemed right to decide things Worse, harmon suddenly became the elected prosecutor for a three-

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Harmon, who had friends in the Arkansas press, wasted no time in launching a massive media campaign against Jean Duffey. He immediately started a media crusade against me, first with the Benton Courier and Linda Hollenbeck as reporters and he also used the Arkansas Democrat and Doug Thompson as reporters and for some reason these two people wrote everything he told them they didn't care to back up something he said they just reported it over the next five months there were over 200 newspaper articles crucifying my reputation not one thing they claimed was true they let me steal with federal funds they let me make illegal arrests, every accusation that could destroy my credibility was made.
I could have played the same game that Harmon was and reported to the media the information I had on him and the truth would have been on my side, but doing so would have jeopardized the federal investigation and I wasn't as concerned about it public opinion of me because I felt the whole truth would come out in the end because at that point I still had faith in the justice system that Harmon was pounding on from every angle he was influencing the filing of a 1.2- Million-dollar lawsuit against Gene, he facilitated the sabotage of task force records by a financial officer who reported to Harmon and he threatened task force informants whose names had been given to him by a task force agent Gene had in September 1990 fired.
Harmon's smear campaign had reached a critical juncture, and Gene knew that if Harmon was not charged, her days as head of the task force would be zero. Mbered Gove was repeatedly assured that charges against Harmon and others were imminent, but they did not come in time , to save Gene's job, according to Gove, his chief US Attorney Chuck Banks are the robbery, which the members of my board of directors had warned about several weeks ago, in the face of all the bad publicity, they couldn't continue to support me, and when they finally called me fired me in November, it wasn't because of anything I did wrong, it was because I got in.
Your opinion is meaningless because of all the bad press. I had 7 undercover officers working for me. They were fathers who needed jobs. Five of them resigned in protest at my firing, despite no longer being task force leaders, Jean and the task force officers who had been investigating the train deaths further to gather evidence. In December 1990, Jean and her officer took their case to US Attorney Chuck Banks. This signaled the beginning of the end of the federal inv Although Banks promised Jean and her officer they could testify before the grand jury, that never happened, but several witnesses developed by the Gene Task Force testified, one of whom was Charlene Wilson, a former girlfriend of Dan Harmon and convicted drug felon Roger

Clinton

Gov.

Clinton

's brother Charlene, was recommended to our task force as an informant by DEA, who had used her as an informant, and also by at least two other law enforcement agencies, who had used her as an informant and said she was reliable. I used Charlene and she proved to be very, very reliable, there wasn't one piece of information she ever gave me that didn't work out. Dan always had cocaine on him, always Robert Gobar and Chuck Banks were the US Attorneys for the Arkansas District when I was summoned Testifying on behalf of the drug trade and the cartel was more or less what had to do with Dan Harmon.
I was questioned quite extensively about the drug trade ng which went on with Dan Harmon mr.

Clinton

Roger

Clinton

The afternoon that Charlene testified before the federal grand jury that the whole investigation was beginning to unravel, I had taken four informants to interview to testify before the federal grand jury on Saline

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y matters that in fact they were never interviewed and in fact they were harassed and harassed and asked to leave I got a call and they told me I had made a very big mistake and I was assured by the US Attorney's Office that my name, that my statement, that my testimonies that the people who were on it The witness list would never be revealed haha, you know someone in the US Attorney's office gave Mr.
Harmon a list of the effective witnesses that you know didn't give you a give a very good feeling. I'm afraid of these people. I'm very scared to come home even though her job and reputation are gone. Jean knew too much and was still a threat to Dan Harmon, one of his first actions after taking office as district attorney was to convene a grand jury to investigate Jean. However, the jury quickly realized that Harmon's allegations were false and declined to enter Harmon's charges. The next step was to subpoena Gene and force her to release the information she had uncovered about him and other corrupt Arkansas officials.
I refused to respond to the subpoena because, firstly, it was absurd for Dan Harmon to conduct a grand jury investigation against himself, but if I had provided any information about him, it would likely have endangered the lives of the witnessed informants and I was absolutely not willing to do that, if I went in and refused to give them any information, I would have been locked up in Hotspring

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y and my mother got a call from a dispatcher in Hotspring

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y, stating that she overheard a conversation among the officers there that I would be killed at the Hotspring

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y Jail if arrested, so I refused to answer and when Judge Cole issued a warrant for my arrest for failing to show up, then I left the jurisdiction, even though Judge Cole had issued an unlawful arrest warrant, there was in Arkansa s no one in authority willing to take a stand for Gene while he was in hiding and awaiting away from her family for the long-promised federal grand jury indictments, she knew that once the indictments of Dan Harmon and others officials were charged, could go home and clear their name.
This was a

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icularly difficult time for her family, as her children lay dying. The weeks haunted at her home turned into months, then, without warning, U.S. Attorney Chuck Banks announced that no charges would be filed in the federal investigations of the Grand Saline

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y corruption juries would be hired. All of the officers investigated, including Dan Harmon, were acquitted of all wrongdoing but were informed by Chuck Banks that the grand jury was dismissed and no indictments would be made, they were not told they had the authority to indict themselves raise, in my opinion, Chuck Banks should have been charged obstruction of justice When Chuck Banks dropped the federal investigation, we were stunned.
We couldn't understand why the

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of Kevin and Dawn were so important and who had the power to drop a federal investigation in protest. Bob Guevara signed his lead attorney on the federal task force and was then demoted by his boss, Chuck Banks. Jean Duffey and her family were forced to flee the state. It was now five and a half years since Detective John Brown, Kevin and Don's 16-year law enforcement veteran, moved with his family to the Saline

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y area, the Ives family had asked the new sheriff to reopen the case, and John got the job, just like Jean Duffey John's first day on the job involved a strange request from his boss, my directSuperintendent, who was a lieutenant in the Saline

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y Criminal Investigation De

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ment, took me on a drive that lasted about an hour, literally nowhere during that drive, where it seemed the whole purpose was to tell me, the leaving fall alone he said things like there was nothing wrong that could have been an accident it will cause you a lot of grief if you go ahead and do that and at the end he finally said you know john you really do need to leave this alone, John was concerned by his supervisor's attitude and his concerns escalated when he began examining the Ives Henry case file.
It became apparent that as I started going through the case file, which had been stripped of most relevant evidence, no crime scene photos, no evidence list present, the things one would expect, despite the discouragement of his own de

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ment after the missing Several witnesses were contacted to provide evidence, including Sharlene Wilson, who was being held in a neighboring

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y jail at the time. I meet a young lady named Charlene Wilson, we were told a horror story that I didn't really believe in at the time so I started looking for evidence to support just

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of what she said.
Hartmann blew up, yelled, he threatened me, threatened Sheriff Bridgett, threatened Captain Gene Donnell, the Chief Depth, all because I spoke to this one woman who Charlene thinks was set up by Dan Harmon in retaliation for testifying against him, the team of District Attorney Harmon and Judge Cole managed to convict and sentence her to a UN Credible 30 years at the Arkansas De

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ment of Justice guess who arrested her Dan Harmon, the guy who told her says he got her on drugs, has now arrested dan harmon, he went up to me, gave me a search warrant and he said excuse me because you said i told you if you ever mean mentioned names or mentioned anything about the past deals we had i punched you he said your going to jail im here i mean i was watching wi e people walking around with probation on probation on probation, not this ladyWhen she was first arrested for drugs allegedly found in her home, 30 years gives her a reassurance that everyone should be able to see through this the people who enforce drug laws, to enforce drug laws and judge drug laws, and yet they are connected to drug trafficking in the state of Arkansas.
John quickly understood why Charlene had been locked away during her affidavit which was later corroborated by other eyewitnesses she was on the track with Dan Harmon the night Kevin and Don were murdered the people on the track that night to the best of my knowledge Dan Harmon I know the boys were keeping a close eye on the drop site and she became curious as to what FBI DEA Customs and Arkansas State Police reports were actually dropping money and drugs from low-flying aircraft there at night. These drops were

part

of a major drug smuggling operation based at the airport in

Mena

, Arkansas.
In 1982, cocaine trafficker

Barry

Seal

had moved his multimillion-dollar cocaine smuggling operation from Louisiana to Arkansas and was allowed by government officials to continue his activities without interference from Arkansas. State Police Investigator Russell Welsh, an IRS federal agent Bill Duncan, amassed more than 20,000 Pages of documents detailing

Mena

's drug trafficking and money laundering activities, and then flew the plane that

Barry

Seal

had there at Rich Mountain Aviation, where there was only one purpose for them, there was only one use for that type of plane, and that was cocaine smuggling. They had special cargo doors installed on the side without FAA approval so these doors could be opened in flight.
They would push them back and drop the cocaine Off-flight indictments were drawn up against 29 people and submitted to a federal

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l Grand jury in 1986

Barry

Seal

was due to testify in Arkansas when he was suddenly gunned down Bill Duncan and I interviewed

Barry

Seal

less than two Months before his death and he was served a subpoena, at the time he was subpoenaed to go to Arkansas and testify before the grand jury here, when he was killed, 20 other witnesses were supposed to testify, but only three were allowed to appear before the grand jury No charges were brought.
Drug smuggling activities continued after the

seal

s' deaths. To date, a total of nine separate state and federal investigations into

Mena

have been dropped. The first clue I had that

Mena

might learn of the deaths of these two children was a tape provided to me by Russell Welch, an Arkansas State Police investigator assigned to Tamina. The tape alleges that Don Henry and Kevin Ives were killed over an Arkansas connection. An actual report was made in 1987 by the Saline

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y Sheriff's Office and 88 people complaining that the planes were flying about 100 feet off the ground over the tracks on a plane with the lights off at night, one of the pilots, involved in the

Mena

drug smuggling operation, when interviewed by John, indicated that the area where the boys had been murdered was actually a place where no one had a 12, he described to me Aerial view of the tracks when they flying west to east towards little rock he described a mountain on the right flying over a set of

railroad

tracks white people controlling the trains that thing about those lights they strung across the tracks the train passed under him then he said you could see an airstrip a small airstrip on the left seems private and then a beacon on a building on the right and then you would know U To make the jump, I interviewed five pilots, four of whom can confirm the location of the a12 is the tracks west of Little Rock, Arkansas, where these two children's bodies were found.
Thanks for joining American Investigator tonight. Give me a call. Let's go back to the phones. Gerry in Huntington, Arkansas. Go on. You are in the program. Is there a connection, Mr. Brown? Between this drug operation in

Mena

and the deaths of the two murdered and ruled accidental boys on the train track, State Medical Examiner Fanny Malik has made some allegations and opined what the caller they stumbled upon is talking about a Drop of air that it was on the way from Nina to Laura, you know without saying too much, there will be a testimony from me, and it is and it is very little, but there is a connection that I only know about Now I was the first investigator assigned to this boys death case and pulled away from it so you can draw your conclusions and go from there, but it's something that will resurface as a tragic event as now another Eyewitness who saw Harmon on the trail with Kevin and Don the night of the murder, after the FBI verified the witness's truthfulness, offered to help Z and ordered John to turn over all of his information to them, promising to solve the case before the end of 1994.
The FBI also stated that the Chuck banks would be charged with obstruction of justice, which Jean Duffey prompted Jean and John Brown to come out of hiding in June 1994. First met during that meeting, she shared all her files with me. It was then that I realized why she wasn't allowed to see the 1990 federal jury investigation conducted while she was in Arkansas. Then I realized why she really was being driven out of town. It was really shocking to find out that what Jim Duffy found in 1990 were the same things I found in 1994. Years later, some tests separate and independent of anything she's ever done, but the Arkansas State Capitol Governor

Clinton

shared an adjacent one Office with state drug kingpin Robert Shepherd Shepherd, a former Dan Harmon district sheriff, was appointed by

Clinton

to lead what has come to be known as the War on Drugs in Arkansas, on at least three occasions Shepard attempted to quash investigations into the Kevin

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and Don In 1990, Shepard visited US Attorney Chuck Banks to convince him that Jean Duffey should be ignored.
In 1993, Shepard told John Brown that his career would be better if he focused his efforts elsewhere and in 1995 FBI agent Phyllis Cornyn reported that Shepard had attempted to interfere in the case. The fact is, we know who killed those kids. The problem now is how long we're going to wait, how long it's going to be before we make the decision that we're going to charge the killers. We're also going to charge the people who covered this up. Paula Casey, U.S. District Attorney Little Rock, has said we're not going to talk about plane drops, why were they killed because of that, how long do they have to go before justice is done in Arkansas, when the Minha connection was made in my mind and As I looked back at everything that had happened I knew it was the only thing that ever made sense to me and that information was available for years but of course suppressed.
Now I look back on that chain of events and realize that I probably caused the end of my own investigation. I realize the turning point was when I gave Chuck Banken the information developed by my task force that the boys were killed because in my heart they stumbled upon a large cargo of drugs that were dropped from a plane, were, I believe, a warning sign that prompted Chuck Banks to drop the Atlanta investigation early.

Mena

gave extensive media coverage of the deaths of Kevin and Dawn and helped us keep the pressure on our officers in this case, but when it comes to the political pressures that the

Mena

connection entailed when they dropped the ball to continue the cover up there were some people in the media who knew the whole story had a reporter call and I met with him and it was done obviously he knew a lot more about

mena

arkansas don money laundering drug operation in arkansas than that town was pheno

mena

l he had even records he had done his own research he had been doing this for years he works for a major newspaper in arkansas now and i said you got it all, i mean you got the story why don't you print it out and he said , do you really think they would let me print this?
Now, more than eight years after the incident on the tracks, the pieces of the puzzle had finally been put together. Eyewitnesses implicated several people in the

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and the subsequent cover-up, including District Attorney Dan Harmon, Assistant District Attorney Richard Garrett, Sheriff Jim Steed, and Officers Jay Campbell Curt Lane and Danny Allen. Throughout his career, Dan Harmon was surrounded by the powerful and corrupt protected in Arkansas. In 1990 he was arrested on four

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s of tax evasion. At his arraignment, he was ordered to undergo a routine drug test that would have allowed him to walk. He refused release and spent 18 days in jail.
Harmon was later convicted of one of the charges and sentenced by the notorious U.S. District Judge Henry Woods to a year's probation, which was the bare minimum allowed since his conviction had Harmon's statutory license suspended. However, the suspension was lifted after a long list of high-ranking officials from Arkansas, including Attorney General Winston Bryant, had testified on behalf of Harmons for many years. Bryant was implicated in

Mena

's drug smuggling investigation into his ex-wives' grievances, some of which Harmon has admitted range from holding a gun to his wife's head d - biting off the thumb of one of his victims.
Charges were never brought and the reports were kept from the public by Harmon's friend Benton. Police Chief Rick Elmendorf also gave him control of the gene Duffy's old drug task force job. In November 1995, a package of

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erfeit cocaine marked as Harmon's Drug Task Force evidence was found in the possession of Harmon's wife, Holly. An investigation found the package originally contained more than one hundred thousand dollars worth of pure cocaine, which is now missing, a combined FBI-DEA raid seized drug files from Harmon's home at the office. A case was reportedly built against Harmon, but after years of seeing similar investigations go nowhere, a weary public is left understandably skeptical.
Finally, on November 29, 1995, referencing Kevin and Don's

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, the FBI announced to Linda Ives that it given that there is no evidence, it is time to consider the fact that no crime has been committed and the obstruction of justice is ongoing you feel as a parent or a citizen ofArkansas, when you see what our officers are capable of. You know, I think we were just some kind of naive ordinary people who got up every day and went to work and came home and went to bed and assumed that everyone else was doing the same and trying to do the right thing, and I think , Kevin's death was the worst awakening anyone could ever have to see what's really going on and what's important for elected officials.
This is not a political issue For me, we were never a political family, our lives revolved around the ballfield and the lake and all the things that a family does, until the Arkansas political machine invaded our lives and shattered all the calm that we had, and I want the American people to know that we must stand up against this type of corruption and hold our officials ac

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able and make them work for us, not against us. In my experience, what's happening here in Arkansas is just a small sample of what's happening nationwide, and I believe that all of America needs to stand up and save the American justice system.
Hello, my name is Pat Mariano. I am the Producer of the Obstruction of Justice video when I first heard of Linda Ives' plight, I was moved to do whatever I could to help the Eyes family seek justice. The creation of this video is my way of achieving that goal since the videos were first released in 1996, a series of significant events In this case events have occurred that could have potentially devastating effects on this nation. I'd like to take this opportunity to update you after almost a decade of character assassination with Dan Harmon and members of the Arkansas media gene.
Duffy was finally as the kid when it became apparent she had been telling the truth all along, when Harmon on 13 and racketeering The racketeering charges were an indication that Harmon was involved in organized crime, that he ran the prosecutor's office and the drug task force organization. Harmon is currently serving time in federal prison. His beliefs have become embarrassing to the Arkansas political elite, having staunchly defended him over the years, the walls of Arkansas' corrupt political machine and the corrupt media that protected them finally began to crack. However, the charges against Harmon lacked the charge of murder.
This was inexplicable as I witnessed who had come forward could identify Dan Harmon as being on the trail with Kevin and Don on the night of their

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, this witness had previously passed an FBI polygraph and had been placed in protective custody by the FBI. So would you say you're 100% sure it's 200% sure Danny Harmon is sans? I doubt anything I think if the murder charge had been included in the RICO

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I believe the case deserves at least a jury hearing and I think the outcome could have been very similar today.
He could have been a convicted murderer. Our quest for justice took a serious blow when I was sued for $16 million in 1997 by two Arkansas police officers whose names were mentioned during a scene on the tape, this was the scene in question, eyewitnesses, the multiple people and the

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and the ensuing cover-up involved g District Attorney Dan Harmon Assistant District Attorney Richard Garrett Sheriff Jim Steed and Officers Jay Campbell Curt Lane and Danny Allen this is the news 4 at 10 a.m. where the news comes first Good evening everyone and thanks for watching to have. I'm Kent Bates, I'm Denise Whitaker, our lead story tonight takes us in a civil case in federal court that is expected to end in judgment today, instead leaving a few days for a federal jury to consider a defamation lawsuit.
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y Deputies Falsely Connected to a Double Homicide Buck Lawson joins us from the News Center with more Bob ol' Deniz. This is about a documentary that outlines the murder of Don Henry and Kevin. I said they were originally killed by a train, but some investigators say they were murdered after witnessing a drug case in 1987 for the past five days, the jury has given testimony to defend tonight's documentary and attack around which the documentary producer falsely framed Lieutenant Jay Campbell and Lieutenant Kirk Lane for the alleged crime and should they receive compensation if we lose this suit it's no blow just to us we're just little people it is a blow to all who are in the media, every TV station, every video producer, every film The producer will be held ac

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able in a very dangerous way, although his lawyer says his reputation has been seriously damaged by the allegations.
Now some people are convinced that the young men were killed by law enforcement, but that a cover-up began immediately has never been proven, and that's not the issue before the jury. This is a civil process. Both men have said this is not about money. Young men Bob thank you, Officers Jay Campbell and Kirkland filed a lawsuit against me and my company in US District Court. The star witness for their side turned out to be none other than a detective John Brown under oath John Brown committed perjury by claiming he warned me not to use the names of Campbell or Elaine in the video.
This was a lie Brown had never told not to use their names and he had actually insisted that I and my associates were indeed the prime suspects in the Ives Henry

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, Linda Ives and Jean Duffey agreed with the conclusion and testified in court that they believed Campbell and Lane were the practical killers and that the government was protecting them in this unused video clip Brown reiterates his belief that J Campbell and Kirk Lane are the prime suspects in the

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of Ives Henry , that you mentioned, otherwise I'm looking at the second one because I was born eight years ago, which says J Campbell was First Class II

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You know there's been rivers in Pulaski

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y for a number of years years over a bad day I've heard several reports and intelligence reports from Egan he's involved in some things he shouldn't be involved well I say intelligence of course where J Campbell filed then he told the landlord when they were looking for some more drugs intertwined the papers we have where J Campbell had fun at Fayetteville with them which he actually told them told the landlord as you are being investigated the problem i have with that he had kurt his two lies very early and the murder of henry dobbs in morton's footsteps the possible suspect is john brown's friend and an assistant on the case, detective herman reeves , confirming what John Brown had always claimed was the truth about the Donovan case Kevin was on the tracks and was approached by another group of people who were Mr.
Harmon and four other people and they ran from them and got away and when the boys tried to call for help or add a phone that's when Mr. Campbell Mr. Lane stopped and grabbed him when Kirkland and J Campbell in stopped a car and jumped out to grab the two boys in one after dawn as they walked behind Kevin reached around took the 22 that arrived and when it happened everyone who grabbed him grabbed a 22 from him and swung around and hit Kevin next to the head with a sharp blow sufficient to knock him unconscious at that point, it wasn't until a lawsuit was filed against me by Campbell and Lane that John Brown had decided to take his Changing story before I even knew I was being sued An example of Brown being taken out of context could indeed be found where John Brown previously gave his approval of the content of the finished video It ordered more than 300 copies of the video from radio programs, which he sold for a profit, and used the video as

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of an unsuccessful campaign for Sheriff John Brown, who had managed to do what Dan Harmon did to Chuck Banks and the FBI for a decade had previously done to gain Linda Ives' trust to take charge of the investigation and then systematically destroy it, much of the evidence supporting our case was banished from the courtroom by the judge, including testimony about the disappearance of an eyewitness, that identified Campbell and Lane as the killers, including Bart, were state police reports describing intimidation and violence by Campbell and Lane against witnesses.
In other cases, a number of character witnesses testified on behalf of Campbell and Lane, detailing what great people, people-carrying, and trustworthy officers they were, as with Dan Harmon before them. These witnesses were proven false at my trial . Campbell was fired from the Pulaski

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ment for intimidating and blacklisting co-workers and for fabricating reports that one of the characters who testified on Campbell's behalf to his FBI agent, Mike Smith, by our attorney about his bias and his conflict of interest. The jury felt that it had no choice but to rule in favor of the plaintiffs and against us, stating that the judge used John Brown's testimony as a key factor in upholding the decision quoted by the jury.
Our main story tonight There is a verdict in the federal civil defamation case indicted by two sheriff's deputies against the makers of a documentary, a jury today found the filmmakers guilty of releasing false and damaging testimony about the Pulaski

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y sheriff's lieutenants . Kim Miller reported on this trial last week. She is coming to us now from NewsCenter Kim The jury may have ordered the filmmaker to pay the lieutenant a total of just under six hundred thousand dollars for the case started When Jeremiah Films was producing a documentary about the 1987

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tracks , were awarded $109,750 in damages and two hundred thousand dollars in fines to Lieutenant Jay Campbell, Lieutenant Kirk Lane, eighty-nine thousand in damages 200,000 punishing people involved in the making of the film say the case is far from closed, we will advocate a direct judgment , and if we don't get one, we will appeal, and I believe that justice will prevail in the end.
I will not give up. I don't think anyone doubts what the facts were and that Linda and I are absolutely convinced that the plaintiffs were the hands-on killers, as a number of insiders have told me I'm making political payback as a result of my involvement on a previous video called the

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Chronicles, whether or not this type of legal harassment is allowed to continue. If the verdict in this case stands, it will set one of the most dangerous precedents in American history. From now on, freedom of expression will be severely restricted. Small businesses like mine that want to hold officials ac

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able for their actions may very well face legal threats, take action and shut down a company, will be forced to reconsider before saying or publishing anything negative about an official .
This case is now before the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, regardless of the outcome, which we will pursue on behalf of Linda Isles and will do everything in our power to ensure that, since the finding against obstruction producer Pat Matrisciana Jeremiah, Films and Citizens for Honest Government Justice Rules All judges dismiss all claims by Jay Campbell and Kirk Lane and rule in favor of Pat Patricia Anna Jeremiah Films and Citizens f or honest government, First Amendment upheld. I'm going to tell you, Director German, as a former Los Angeles Police De

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Can you please, I refer you, wait, wait, wait a minute Others who want to hear what's going on in this room, please be seated. I'll get back to you when we drove back to France to the director of the mid-section watchtower I saw our documents heavily redacted by the agency I was personally exposed to CIA operations and was recruited by CIA personnel who served at the end of the 70's tried to recruit me to get me onprotection of Ag I've been trying to figure out the drug operations in this

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ry for 18 years and I have the evidence.
My question to you is very specific sir, if in the course of the IGS investigation and the work of Fred Hiss you come across evidence of serious criminal activity and it is well classified, you use that classification to hide the criminal activity, don't you are you going to tell the truth to the american people, all right, you want the answer first from congressman julian dixon and then from the director. Wait, wait a minute from Europe, from York, I'm sorry sir, I'll allow the director to speak first, and then Congressman Julien Dixon, if you have any information on the CIA's illegal drug-related activities , you should get that information where you want to go immediately, but let me suggest three places, the Los Angeles Police De

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ment, the inspector general, or the office of one of your members of Congress for that, you have Mike, you are nothing but wait a minute don't speak inappropriate let me say something else if this information reveals wrongdoing, if it turns out to be wrongdoing we're going to get people to trust us and hold us ac

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able, alright, Congressman Dixon, I didn't mean to be here, but now that you're here, please let's take care and listen.
Many Thanks. I want to thank you for coming. At the last meeting the staff probably got the spelling of your name wrong but we would like to speak to you and we have been looking for a few days and we want to make sure you reach out to the committee as you obviously have some valuable information , if you want to give them to me privately, if you want to drop them off, up to the age I can contact you tonight. please do it Let's not get away without getting a contact for you. Thanks sir. do it now so everyone can see i have it for the record keep the noise as low as we can hear and we can get answers for the record my name is mike ruppert our upp ERT I put this information out 18 years ago and I was shot at and expelled from LAPD for being on the record straight for 18 years and I happily give you all I have, the congressman