Suicide of Vince Foster
Deputy White House counsel Vince Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park off the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, outside Washington, D.C., on July 20, 1993. His death was ruled a suicide by multiple official investigations, but remains a subject of conspiracy theories.
Foster's death was concluded to have been a suicide by inquiries and investigations conducted by the United States Park Police, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the United States Congress, Independent Counsel Robert B. Fiske, and Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. The FBI "was requested by the United States Park Police (USPP), Washington, DC to assist them in their [...] investigation" of the death of Vincent Foster. The FBI also participated in the investigation by Independent Counsel Robert Fiske where, with Fiske's attorneys "agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) questioned 188 persons and reviewed and analyzed thousands of documents."
The final report is The Report on the Death of Vincent W. Foster, Jr., by the Office of Independent Counsel in Re: Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan Association. 
A suicide note of sorts, actually a draft of a resignation letter, was found torn into 27 pieces in Foster's briefcase after his death. One piece was missing, which may have contained a signature. The full text of the note is as follows:
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 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.
- Full text of the report on the 1993 death of White House counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr., compiled by Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr.
- FBI document Vince Foster, part 3 of 4, page 19
- Report of Independent Counsel Fiske In Re Vincent W. Foster Jr. FBI Vince Foster part 1 of 4, page 193
- Report on the Death of Vincent W. Foster, Jr. HATHI Digital Library, University of Michigan and Purdue
- Comprehensive Textbook of Suicidology. Guilford Press. 2000. p. 281. ISBN 1-57230-541-X.
- Hugh Sprunt, Citizen's Independent Report: Material Errors, Omissions, Inconsistencies, & Curiosa
- John Clarke, Patrick Knowlton, and Hugh Turley."Failure of the Public Trust" (McCabe Publishing, 1999, ISBN 0-9673521-0-X)
- Brock, David. "Blinded by the Right : The Conscience of an Ex-Conservative." (Three Rivers Press, 2003)
- Clinton, Bill (2005). "My Life: Bill Clinton." Vintage Publishing. ISBN 1-4000-3003-X.
- Conason, Joe. and Lyons, Gene. "The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton." (St. Martin's Press, 2001) ISBN 0-312-27319-3
- Dan Moldea. "A Washington Tragedy : How the Death of Vincent Foster Ignited a Political Firestorm." (Regnery Publishing, Inc, 1998)
- Evans-Pritchard, Ambrose. "The Secret Life of Bill Clinton", (Regnery Publishing Inc., 1999.) ISBN 978-0-89526-408-4.
- Christopher Ruddy. The Strange Death of Vincent Foster: An Investigation. Free Press (2002) ISBN 978-0743242530
- Report on the Death of Vincent W. Foster, Jr,/by the Office of Independent Counsel in Re Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan Association HATHI Trust Digital Library, Universities of Michigan and Purdue, the complete 137 page, 2 vol. report with app., footnotes, and exhibits.
- Once Upon a Time in Arkansas: Vince Foster's journal from Frontline
- Foster Report posted by the Washington Post This file does not contain the report's footnotes or appendix