Interview with Dr. Jack Cashill about his book “Ron Brown’s Body”

Dr. Jack Cashill and I talk about his book “Ron Brown’s Body: How One Man’s Death Saved the Clinton Presidency and Hillary’s Future”. The book focuses on the April 3rd, 1996 plane crash that killed sitting Secretary of Commerce Brown and 34 others on a mysterious trade mission in Croatia. In this interview we talk about the lead up to the plane crash and the multiple fronts of trouble facing Brown before the crash including an ongoing Independent Counsel review and a complicated natural gas deal in Oklahoma that allowed Clinton mega-fundraisers Gene and Nora Lum to siphon off tens of millions of dollars from consumers by overcharging for natural gas. This natural gas theft was being abetted and protected by members of the Clinton white house including Chief of Staff Thomas “Mac” McLarty and Ron Brown as well as Ron Brown’s son Michael Brown.

Show notes and links:

Amazon page for Dr. Cashill’s book and the subject of this interview “Ron Brown’s Body: How One Man’s Death Saved the Clinton Presidency and Hillary’s Future”:

Amazon page for Dr. Cashill’s “TWA 800: The Crash, the Cover-Up, and the Conspiracy”:

Dr. Cashill’s 2004 talk televised on CSPAN on “Ron Brown’s Body”:

The Thompson Committee “Investigation of Illegal or Improper Activities in Connection with 1996 Federal Election Campaigns” final report, referenced by Dr. Cashill in our interview and in his book, on the U.S. Congress website:

Archive of Ron Brown speeches and appearances on CSPAN’s website:

“The Strange Death of Ron Miller”, originally published in the Oklahoma Constitution and reprinted online on the Free Republic’s website that details whistle-blower Ron Miller’s death connected to shady natural gas dealings involving Clinton White House figures like Ron Brown and Thomas “Mac” McClarty:

WND article further detailing the Oklahoma natural gas scandal involving Brown and the Clintons:

Stephen Dresch’s website, forensic investigator mentioned by Dr. Cashill, with tons of information on anthrax cases including that of Ron Miller:

Free Republic article about the anthrax poisoning case of Russell Welch, an Arkansas State Police investigator who was looking into Clinton’s Mena drug running:

James O’Keefe interview with Jack Cashill from August of 2016 on journalism ethics: