The investigation into the suspicious death of former President Bill Clinton’s adviser Mark Middleton has been opened again, and a lawsuit by his family has muzzled the details.
Middleton, 59, was found hanging from a tree with a shotgun blast to the chest in May at the Heifer Ranch outside Perryville, Arkansas.
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“I don’t know the man, and I don’t know why he picked our county or picked that location to commit suicide. To our knowledge, he had never been there before, and we have no record of him being there before,” Perry County Sheriff Scott Montgomery told the Daily Mail.
“He died from a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the chest. He found a tree, and he pulled a table over there, and he got on that table, and he took an extension cord and put it around a limb, put it around his neck, and he shot himself in the chest with a shotgun,” he said.
“It was very evident that the shotgun worked because there was not a lot of blood or anything on the scene. You can tell the shotgun blast was on his chest; you can tell that because there is a hole in the chest and pellets came out the back of his back. It was definitely self-inflicted, in our opinion.”
In the 90s, Middleton was a conduit between Clinton and the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, having arranged a minimum of 7 out of 17 visits Epstein made to the WH and flew on the Lolita Express a couple of times.
Radar Online confirmed that Middleton was found hanging from a tree by an extension cord with a close-range shotgun blast through his chest. He didn’t commit suicide.
“Everyone that I know here, that has worked with Mark knows it is physically impossible for Mark to have killed himself,” the source, identified as a “terrified business associate” of Middleton, reportedly said.
“He could not physically hold a shotgun and done that to himself,” the source added. “He knows nothing about guns! He hated guns; he couldn’t have tied a noose to save his life! The man couldn’t change a light bulb by himself. He was the least physically skilled person I have ever met in my life. He was very smart, great with paperwork, legalities, and all of that, but he couldn’t physically take care of himself.”
Radar had filed a Freedom of Information Act request asking for copies of the police report, photos, and video contained within it.
However, Middleton’s wife, Rhea, and brother, Larry, also filed a “temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction” against the disclosure of the police report.
“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.
“The same individuals who created the online articles will attempt to obtain details of the File.”
Montgomery shared with Radar that the investigation into Middleton has been reopened, looking for more information about the death.
“At this time, this is an open investigation, and we are not releasing any information,” Montgomery said in an email.
“Right now, it’s considered an open case, and nothing is being released on it at this time,” a worker at the coroner’s office said. “That means it’s under investigation…it’s a legal matter which I guess might be supposed as a criminal matter also, I don’t know.”
The Middleton family expressed their grief over his death in an already deleted FB post.
“The Middleton Family is saddened to share that Mark Middleton passed away this weekend,” the post said.
“The Middleton family has lost an inspiring and dedicated leader, as well as a son, brother, husband, and father. Mark leaves behind a company that he helped build from the ground up alongside his family and was proud to run for the last 25 years.”
“No words can express our sadness over this loss or our gratitude for your support and prayers during this time.”