Mark Middleton: Death of Bill Clinton aide with Jeffrey Epstein links ruled suicide despite lack of weapon

Mark Middleton: Death of Bill Clinton aide with Jeffrey Epstein links ruled suicide despite lack of weapon
Bill Clinton aide Mark Middleton(C) with ties to Jeffrey Epstein was found dead at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas on May 7, 2022 (John Lamparski/Getty Images, Ruebelfuneralhome, Florida Department of Law Enforcement via Getty Images)

LITTLE ROCKS, ARKANSAS: The untimely death of notable senior Bill Clinton adviser Mark Middleton, who signed Jeffrey Epstein into the White House several times, has been ruled a suicide despite the absence of a murder weapon, raising more questions than it has answered. Middleton, 59, was found dead at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas, an hour's drive west of Little Rock, on May 7, 2022.


It has now been revealed that Middleton was found hanging from a tree with a gunshot wound to his chest. Publication of the report was held up after members of his family petitioned a judge. They were concerned that the graphic scene's photos would be leaked. In the end, the judge decided that while details could be made public, photos could not. Perry County Sheriff's Deputy Jeremy Lawson was called at the Heifer Ranch by employee Samantha McElroy after she discovered Middleton's abandoned black BMW SUV, according to Daily Mail.


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How was Mark Middleton's body found?

Following Lawson's arrival, McElroy walked to a cottage on the ranch, and Lawson noted in a report that "almost immediately after stepping around the corner of the cottage she started yelling," reported Daily Mail.


Lawson added, "Upon reaching the back of the cottage she pointed towards the rear of the property and asked if that was a person. I could see what at first appeared to be a man sitting near a tree, as my eyes focused better, I could see a rope of some type going from the tree limb to the male." 

Lawson claimed that Middleton's death was evident. He wrote, "I could see that he had a gunshot wound to the chest and that he had a knot tied in an extension cord that was around his neck and it was attached to the limb directly above him." The deputy stated that three cartons of buckshot and a gun case were discovered during Middleton's vehicle search but no weapon was found.


'Guns always run'

Many people have reacted to the newfound information on Middleton's death on Twitter. One jokingly wrote, "Sure, guns always run from a crime scene by themselves." A fourth person wrote, "How do you commit suicide tied to a tree and shot in the chest? That’s next level David Copperfield." One person wrote, "Dejavu? Is this a new one or the original shot to the chest hanging with no gun around suicide?"






Who was Mark Middleton?

Mark Edward Middleton was born on October 12, 1962, and grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. Middleton's professional involvement included serving on the boards of the CHI St. Vincent Foundation, CARTI, Arvest, UAMS Foundation Fund, Fifty For The Future, Arkansas General Contractors Associations, and Young Presidents Organization.

In the 1990s, Middleton served as Bill Clinton's special advisor and approved seven of the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's visits to the White House. He had most recently been working with the Little Rock HVAC company owned by his family.


Middleton's family reportedly told the Arkansas Times that he had depression. His life in more recent times was very different from the prominence he attained in the 1990s. In February 1995, Middleton left the White House and was charged with posing as an international deal-maker, according to DailMail.

Middleton was prohibited from entering the executive residence without receiving senior approval after a 1996 White House investigation revealed that he had exploited his access to impress business clients. The claims were refuted by Middleton.

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