Family of former Clinton aide wants images from his death sealed

The Daily Mail reports that the family of Mark Middleton, a former Bill Clinton advisor, is trying to prevent the images of Middleton’s death from going public. 

There was already some mystery surrounding Middleton’s death. Now, that mystery is only getting deeper.

Background

Middleton was a special assistant to Clinton during his presidency in the 1990s, and, during that time period, Middleton was among those who, on a number of occasions, let Jeffrey Epstein, the late pedophile, into the Clinton White House.

Recently, it was revealed that Middleton died at the age of 59. He passed away on May 7. Initially, his cause of death was not revealed, but, eventually, authorities revealed that Middleton had died from a self-inflicted gunshot at his urban farm in Perryville, Arkansas. Since then, in court documents, Middleton’s family has also admitted to this.

Now, the family is trying to prevent further information from going public.

The latest

Middleton’s family is now asking a judge to stop the images of Middleton’s death from being released to the public.

In recent court documents, the family said that it has “a privacy interest” in preventing any “photographs, videos, sketches (or) other illustrative content” from the scene of Middleton’s death from being released to the public.

The family argues that releasing the photos would lead to “outlandish, hurtful, unsupported, and offensive articles.” And, what’s more, is that the family claims that keeping the images from the public would actually cut back on “unsubstantiated conspiracy theories.”

We’ll have to see if the judge grants this request. The decision could come as soon as the week.

“Unsubstantiated conspiracy theories”

What “unsubstantiated conspiracy theories” are the Middleton family referring to?

You are likely to have noticed that a rather large number of individuals who, at one point, were close to either Bill Clinton or Hillary Clinton or both have died prematurely and in unusual circumstances. These deaths have given rise to a conspiracy theory known as the Clinton Body Count. The conspiracy theory, of course, is that the Clintons, in some way or other, are behind these untimely deaths.

The reason it is a conspiracy theory is that there is no clear proof that the Clintons are behind the deaths. Proponents simply believe that there are too many deaths similar in nature to be a coincidence. It is hard to believe that hiding the images of Middleton’s death will do anything more than add fuel to the conspiracy.

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