Bill Clinton Death Ruled a Homicide Death by Poison. As reported by Real Raw News earlier this week, Guantanamo Bay security personnel discovered Bill Clinton’s corpse lying on the floor of his cell at Camp Delta’s segregation block at approximately 7:00 a.m., Saturday, September 25. He was face-down in a puddle of vomit and did not respond to attempts to resuscitate him. Clinton was alive and in good health the previous evening; he ate a 6:00 p.m. meal and was seen reading a book on his bunk just prior to lights out at 9:00 p.m. Friday night, according to the testimony of two GITMO guards.
On Monday, September 27, a forensic toxicologist, Lt. Cassidy Lemmon of the Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) and Captain Dale Ramirez, Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Hospital Guantanamo Bay, oversaw Clinton’s autopsy.
They found no physical wounds on his body or signs of struggle or ligature marks around his neck and ruled out the possibility that he had hanged himself or perished in an altercation with another inmate, the latter of which would have been impossible because Clinton had been housed in isolation.
Samples of Clinton’s blood were sent to the lab for a toxicology screen, and on Thursday afternoon Captain Ramirez sent the results to the Office of Military Commissions and U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
Clinton had ingested copious amounts of a poison called Ricin, a GITMO source told Real Raw News.
Ricin is a highly potent toxin produced by the seeds of the castor oil plant, and an estimated lethal dose is 1 milligram per kilogram of human body weight. It is deadly if inhaled, ingested, injected, and can be toxic even if dust enters the eyes. Symptoms of Ricin poisoning include gastrointestinal distress, pain, hemorrhage in the mucosal membranes, severe nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and difficulty swallowing.
“We believe Clinton received a large dose of Ricin at one time,” our source said. “Typically, symptoms develop over several days, followed by death. Clinton had not reported any symptoms in the days leading up to his death. He was exposed to an exceptionally heavy dose, several hundred milligrams.”
Toxicologic tests on remnants of Clinton’s final meal, chicken patties and mashed potatoes with congealed gravy, corroborated autopsy conclusions; the food had a high concentration of Ricin.
JAG and the NCIS are treating Clinton’s death as a homicide, as Clinton had no way of importing the poison into GITMO.
“Bill Clinton had no visitors at all during his confinement,” our source said. “Efforts are being taken to determine how the food was laced with poison, and by whom.”
Bill Clinton Death Ruled a Homicide Death by Poison