According to an FBI interview of James Rutherford, Hillary Clinton "was in complete shock and disbelief at the thought of Foster committing suicide."
"Of a thousand people who might commit suicide, I would never pick Vince." Hillary Clinton, quoted in The New Yorker, The Suicide, by Sidney Blumenthal, August 9, 1993.
Hillary Clinton urgently called her chief of staff Maggie Williams three times the day of Foster's death and told her, "call Vince, tell him to call me," according to the chronology from Hickman Ewing, the deputy Independent Counsel.
"Also under suspicion for espionage was the president's wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, who may have been providing Foster with the sensitive binders from the super-secret National Security Agency that Foster's executive assistant testified he had." James Norman, former Senior Editor, Forbes Magazine
"Don't believe a word you hear. It was not suicide. It couldn't have been," said Webster Hubbell a close friend of HIllary. Esquire, November 1993
"...Hillary Rodham Clinton, provided sworn testimony ...to the special prosecutor about the death of a White House lawyer..." New York Times, June 14, 1994
The report of the FBI interview of Tom Castleton contradicted Hillary's testimony of when she last saw Vincent Foster.
Hillary's initial doubts were abandoned as she agreed with Kenneth Starr, "...Starr had finally conceded that Vince Foster really had committed suicide." Living History by Hillary Clinton.
Chris Ruddy cast suspicion by falsely accusing the Clintons of keeping the FBI out of the Foster death investigation.
"[I]ntelligence guys in the CIA...found names there that they identified as being Foster and Hillary. They put them under surveillance actually before they went to the White House. They had been surveilling these [Swiss] accounts for a while, and when Foster on July 1, 1993, bought a ticket to Geneva" -James Norman, former senior editor of Forbes Magazine, Dec. 7, 1995
An FBI document and a handwritten note from the Office of Independent Counsel refer to Foster and the Swiss bank account as mentioned above by James Norman.
Foster cancelled a flight to Switzerland, with seats for two other people, just before his death, according to an Office of Independent Counsel document.
An Office of Independent Counsel note lists the name of Robert Maxwell along with the initials WLH, VF, HRC, (Webster Lee Hubbell, Vince Foster, Hillary Clinton) and the word "Systematics."
Deborah L. Gorham testified to the Senate Special Committee that Vince Foster had National Security Agency documents.
NewsMax, the conservative news media organization founded by Chris Ruddy, donated $1 million to the Clinton Foundation. Ruddy rose to fame writng about "Clinton scandals" and casting suspicion on Foster's "suicide."
The morning after Vince Foster died President Clinton spoke to the White House staff. "In the first place no one can now why this happened. Even if you had a whole set of objective reasons, that wouldn't be why it happened because you could get a different, bigger more burdensome set of reasons that are on someone else in this room. So what happened was mystery about something inside of him... and I hope when we remember him and this we'll be a little more anxious to talk to each other and a little less anxious to talk outside our family."
Christopher Ruddy wrote, "Still other concerns might have influenced the Foster family. For one thing, published reports claim or intimate that Vince Foster and Hillary Clinton had a romantic affair." The Strange Death of Vincent Foster, 1997
Others are asking, "Is Hillary Clinton a lesbian?"