Vince Foster

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Foster in c. 1993

Vincent Walker Foster Jr. (January 15, 1945 – July 20, 1993) was an American attorney. He served as Deputy White House Counsel for the first six months of President Bill Clinton's presidency until his death in July 1993. He was found dead by gunshot at a federal park in McLean, Virginia, at the age of 45. His death was ruled a suicide by five official governmental investigations. However, there are many conspiracy theories about Foster's death.

Foster was born in Hope, Arkansas. He married Elizabeth Braden in 1968. The couple had three children.

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