Written by queen mudder

Sunday, 18 November 2012

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Secret Service agents feared

Little Cock, Arkansas - "Must have been a classic two-bullet suicide," a former FBI investigating officer tweeted this morning as scores of Secret Service agents were spotted scurrying around with buckets and mops frantically trying to erase the ghostly 'smear' on a first floor Presidential Library window.

Witnesses say Vince Foster's spooky image materialized late last night on the two inch-thick bullet-proof plate glass installed at vast taxpayer expense at the Presidential compound.

"He's back to haunt the Comeback Kid and his fragrant wife," local Little Rock gun shop owner Andy Hogswacker commented as news of the apparition spread across town.

Foster died in July 1993 in an apparent solo shooting incident at Virginia's Fort Marcy Park amid months of turbulence in the White House Travel Orifice fiasco.

Years of faithful service as Hillary Rodham Clinton's partner at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas had seen him rewarded with the Deputy White House Counsel's position where his relationship with the First Couple was regularly subjected to savage media speculation by newspapers such as Off-the-Wall-Street Journal and Big Oil Times.

His sudden, unexpected death saw a verdict of suicide at Fort Marcy Park, Virginia was upheld by United States Park Police, the Virgina State Coroner in association with Independent Counsel Robert B Fiske, a three-year probe by Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr and two official inquiries by the United States Congress.

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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