(Saline County, Arkansas – August 23, 1987) – Two teenage boys stumble upon a drug smuggling operation sanctioned by federal officials and protected by local law enforcement. The boys, Kevin Ives, 17, and Don Henry, 16, are brutally murdered and their bodies are laid across railroad tracks to give the appearance of a train accident. Soon after, half a dozen witnesses to the crime are found dead; another mysteriously vanishes; others are put away in prison on false charges.
• Why were numerous county, state, and federal government investigations blocked?
• Why was a 30-month federal grand jury investigation abruptly shut down?
• Why did the FBI tell one boy’s grieving parents to “accept the fact that a crime has not been committed”?
This is a real-life story of crime and corruption involving high level officials from Arkansas to Washington, DC, with the Bush and Clinton families in the middle of it all…