Similarities between 2 "Suicides"

Vincent Foster
Hillary's legal assistant

Scott Makufka (Victor Thorn)
Investigative Journalist

Could testify in court exposing the Clintons Testified in his books and talk shows exposing the Clintons
Had to be terminated Had to be terminated
No witnesses No witnesses
No suicide note
He left a resignation letter, but with no mention of killing himself.
I made mistakes from ignorance, inexperience and overwork
I did not knowingly violate any law or standard of conduct
No one in The White House, to my knowledge, violated any law or standard of conduct, including any action in the travel office. There was no intent to benefit any individual or specific group
The FBI lied in their report to the AG
The press is covering up the illegal benefits they received from the travel staff
The GOP has lied and misrepresented its knowledge and role and covered up a prior investigation
The Ushers Office plotted to have excessive costs incurred, taking advantage of Kaki and HRC
The public will never believe the innocence of the Clintons and their loyal staff
The WSJ editors lie without consequence
I was not meant for the job or the spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered sport.
No suicide recording or selfie video (the modern note)
(notes can be faked by computer for $2.99 per page)


Suicide in secluded wooded area
Fort Marcy Park, Virginia
Suicide in secluded wooded area
Mr. Nittany Conservatory overlook
State College, Pennsylvania
1913 Colt .38 pistol <pistol type?>

Victor wrote that Vincent would probably want that for his last view in paragraph 3 of page 86.

Victor's alleged suicide is eerily similar to Vincent Foster's alleged suicide described in his book
Page 86, paragraph 3 and "Hoaxed Suicide" on Page 87
An assassin could read what Victor would think was a plausible suicide and pick
a "tranquil or majestic scene" and "beautiful and peaceful setting".

How satisfying if might be for the assassin(s) to ironically hoax a suicide of Victor
in nearly the same way Victor described in his book about Vincent's "suicide"