No cameras, no microphones, no prying eyes and plenty of security. The setting for a clandestine meeting could not have been better. Former President Bill Clinton exited Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private plane 20-minutes after he boarded. Both thought they got away with it. Both were wrong. Amid a heated Presidential race, federal investigations involving emails and Benghazi and society looking for clarity on the future of the country, the secret tarmac meeting would only complicate things. The secret meeting would have never been revealed if it weren’t for a veteran journalist and a trusted source. It wasn’t the Emmys, Murrows or Associated Press Awards, it was decades of experience and relationships that led to the moment Christopher Sign broke the story of the secret tarmac meeting. His former teammates and coaches at the University of Alabama would play a personal and critical role after breaking the story.
Just thinking outside the box right now. Ask yourself: where was the tarmac meeting? Phoenix. Anything significant going on in Phoenix right now? Real journalists develop sources over their career even if they move to a new location. What if someone in Phoenix reached out to him in Alabama thinking it would be safe for them to do so because he was trustworthy? Investigators better look at this as a possible angle. There are no coincidences.
Investigations into alleged criminal activities of Arkansas former Governor President Bill Clinton. Many people involved in the research and investigations reported by this film have been murdered or died under questionable circumstances.
A documentary that puts together the whole story!
The names and faces of the key players who Clinton used to build his Circle of Power … as well as those who got in his way and lost their jobs, reputations, virtue and lives!
From Whitewater to ADFA (Clinton political Machine)
From millions in drug smuggling in Mena, Arkansas. To Money laundering with the BCCI
From Gennifer Flowers to Paula Jones.
From Vince Foster’s “Suicide” to the gangland slaying of private investigator Jerry Parks.
The documentary uncovers the shocking truth the controlled media and Clintons don’t want you to know!
This is a documentary by Daniel Hopsicker, an investigative journalist, that uncovers the truth to the rumors about Iran-Contra during the Reagan years, CIA drug trafficking, CIA drug operations in Mena, Arkansas during the Clinton governorship and presidency. It also implies that former president George H.W. Bush, who was vice president during the Reagan years, and was also former head of the CIA was also involved.
Pro wrestler admits to role in 1987 unsolved train track murder of two boys and claims it was linked to a cocaine smuggling ring as he implicates 'criminal Arkansas politician' in f
Billy Jack Haynes, 62, made his bombshell claims in video statements and interviews released this week, speaking out about the murder of 17-year-old Kevin Ives and 16-year-old Don Henry.
'Now August 23, 1987, thirty years ago, I was on the railroad tracks in Alexander, Arkansas, and witnessed everything that happened to two young boys on the tracks,' Haynes said in a video he recorded in early December, KATV reported.
The death of the two boys was quickly called a suicide by the state medical examiner, who then revised his ruling and said they had accidentally passed out on the train tracks after smoking marijuana and were struck by a Union Pacific train around 4.30am near the Crooked Creek trestle.
At the insistence of the dead boys' families, a grand jury was impaneled and ruled the deaths a probable homicide, finding that they had been murdered and then placed on the tracks to hide evidence of the killings.
Now, Haynes alleges the murders were connected to a cocaine smuggling ring and far-reaching cover-up orchestrated by a 'criminal politician'.
Don Henry (left) Kevin Ives (right) were found dead on train tracks near Alexander, Arkansas on August 23, 1987 +5
Don Henry (left) Kevin Ives (right) were found dead on train tracks near Alexander, Arkansas on August 23, 1987
In 1987, Haynes (pictured) was a successful professional wrestler. He claims that he was also involved in the seedy underworld of cocaine trafficking +5
In 1987, Haynes (pictured) was a successful professional wrestler. He claims that he was also involved in the seedy underworld of cocaine trafficking
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In 1987, Haynes was a successful professional wrestler. He claims that he was also involved in the seedy underworld of cocaine trafficking.
'I transported and trafficked large quantities of cocaine throughout the United States of America,' he said in a second video, which was made public as part of an appeal to raise funds for the investigation.
Haynes said he had contact with Barry Seal (above), a notorious drug dealer in Arkansas +5
Haynes said he had contact with Barry Seal (above), a notorious drug dealer in Arkansas
Haynes said he bought his supply from Barry Seal, a Louisiana smuggler for the Medellin Cartel who later operated out of an airport in Mena, Arkansas.
'Barry Seal later introduced me to a politician drug dealer from Arkansas,' Haynes said. Seal was assassinated in 1986 after turning DEA informant.
'In August of 1987, I was contacted by the Arkansas criminal politician and was asked if I would provide muscle for an Arkansas drug drop,' Haynes said.
Haynes said he left Detroit, where he had been wrestling King Kong Bundy, and headed south.
Haynes says the politician wanted to make sure nothing was stolen from the drug drop by the state and local law enforcement officials he says were involved.
Meanwhile, on the night of August 22, Kevin and Don were last seen heading into the woods with a flashlight and a .22 rifle to 'spotlight' deer.
Haynes claims the boys stumbled across the smuggling operation as a plane dropped duffel bags of drugs near the train tracks, about 15 miles southwest of the state capital, Little Rock.
Haynes said he left Detroit, where he had been wrestling King Kong Bundy, and headed to Arkansas in August 1987 to provide security for a cocaine drop +5
Haynes said he left Detroit, where he had been wrestling King Kong Bundy, and headed to Arkansas in August 1987 to provide security for a cocaine drop
Don Henry (left) Kevin Ives (right) were last seen heading into the woods with a flashlight and a .22 rifle to 'spotlight' deer on the night of August 22, 1987
The two bodies were found on this stretch of railroad track, about 15 miles southwest of Little Rock. A grand jury ruled that the boys were murdered before the train hit them +5
The two bodies were found on this stretch of railroad track, about 15 miles southwest of Little Rock. A grand jury ruled that the boys were murdered before the train hit them
He said the two boys were caught by the lawmen involved and beaten to death. Although Haynes says he didn't participate in killing them, he admits to helping move the bodies onto the train tracks.
The train engineer that struck the boys said that they were lying motionless on the tracks, and made no attempt to avoid being hit.
"SALINE COUNTY (KATV) - Over 30 years ago, a Union Pacific train ran over the bodies of two Saline County teenagers.
The deaths of Kevin Ives and Don Henry have become one of Arkansas' most notorious mysteries.
Were they dead before the train hit them and, if so, who killed them?
A new witness has come forward to provide his answers to those questions.
None of the articles, books or movies about “The Boys on the Tracks” has mentioned this man.
But he says he was there...and he has recorded a 21 minute-long video confessing to his involvement...and naming the others who he says were involved.
We are the only Arkansas TV station that has seen that video.
"Now August 23rd, 1987, thirty years ago, I was on the railroad tracks in Alexander, Arkansas, and witnessed everything that happened to two young boys on the tracks."
Those are the words of Billy Jack Haynes, recorded in early December here in Arkansas.
Haynes was visiting Larry and Linda Ives at their Benton home, providing an apology that the pair has been waiting over 30 years to hear.
"After I read this statement to you all coming from my heart, I myself could very well be behind bars,” says Haynes on the video. “I don't know and I don't care. The truth is going to come out so this woman, Linda Ives, can have a life."
"He's put himself in jeopardy...not only his freedom but also his life,” says private investigator Keith Rounsavall. “So that is why I believe him."
Rounsavall is a retired Little Rock police detective who now heads up Private Snoop Investigations.
He is investigating “The Boys on the Tracks” case for the Ives family.
Rounsavall took us to the place where three decades ago a mystery began that remains unsolved.
"He said he stood right at the bottom there,” says Rounsavall pointing to an area near a trestle. “And the bodies were right up there. He heard the train horn...or whistle blowing. And heard the screeching of the train trying to stop."
Rounsavall is talking about Billy Jack Haynes. Haynes visited the site with Rounsavall for the first time since 1987.
(the following is an excerpt from a 1987 WWE promotional clip featuring Billy Jack Haynes and Hulk Hogan): "Hulk Hogan...I love you brother. We stand for the same things. We don't smoke. We don't drink. We don't take drugs..."
In 1987, Haynes was a successful professional wrestler. And although he says he wasn't taking drugs in 1987, he admits to transporting cocaine from Arkansas to his home state of Oregon.
On August 21st, two days before the deaths of Ives and Henry, Haynes was wrestling King Kong Bundy in Detroit.
He says he got a telephone call to come to Arkansas and help take care of a problem.
Haynes says drugs were regularly being dropped along a set of train tracks near the Pulaski/Saline County line and a recent drop had been intercepted. Haynes was being asked to make sure that did not happen again.
"They were parked here...in this field...OK...when the airplane came over, dropped parachutes with duffle bags,” describes Rounsavall. “And he watched people pick those duffle bags up and leave the area."
There that night, according to Haynes, were three members of law enforcement, two attorneys, a club owner and two people in the van whom he never saw.
"All of a sudden Billy Jack hears a gunshot go off,” recounts Rounsavall. “And hears a motorcycle going down the tracks. At that point, one of the guys said 'Go get 'em!' Two guys jump in a car here and speed off."
Ives and Henry had told their parents that they were going to take a .22 rifle and a flashlight and go spotlighting deer that night.
Billy Jack Haynes says the two teenage boys were caught by two of the lawmen about a mile away at an Alexander convenience store.
"Billy Jack said they threw the kids down on the ground. And that one of them was already dead - beaten to death,” recalls Rounsavall.
According to Billy Jack, he didn't kill the boys but he did participate in disposing of them.
"As he described his role in the events that night, he assisted with getting them up on the tracks and laying the rifle down next to the boys once they were placed on the tracks," says Rounsavall.
Haynes believes both boys were dead before the train hit them and that is why they didn't move.
The medical examiner at the time ruled the deaths as accidental, claiming that the two teens had smoked so much marijuana that night that they were unconscious and sleeping on the tracks.
Medical experts from around the country immediately objected and within months most agreed that the boys were likely murdered.
"There was no good reason to insert yourself into a murder case,” says Linda Ives. “And you know implicate yourself in a double-homicide. He has nothing to gain and everything to lose."
Linda Ives is thankful for the hope that Billy Jack Haynes has given her.
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