Five Perish in Clinton Airport Mystery Crash on Way to Ohio Plant Disaster

Five people, all of them environmental scientists going to the chemical blast disaster in East Palestine, Ohio, have perished. Their plane crashed shortly after takeoff from the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Inexplicable Plane Crash at Clintons’ Airport

Initial reports about Wednesday’s mysterious plane crash have now been confirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration, as cited by ABC News.

The five employees of an environmental consulting firm plummeted to their deaths after their twin-engine Beech BE20 plane crashed in a forest shortly after takeoff from the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport.

The plane was traveling to John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio, according to the FAA.

The police in Little Rock found no survivors from the horrifying crash. All five passengers, the pilot included, were employed by CTEH, a consulting company based in Little Rock.

The crew of environmental scientists was headed to provide support for coping with a plant explosion in Bedford, Ohio.

One person was killed and 13 others were injured after I. Schumann & Co., an Oakwood Village factor making brass and bronze, exploded on Monday afternoon.

A spokesperson of the Little Rock police said the city saw a bad storm during the time of the crash, but could offer no certainty whether the incident at the Bill and Hillary Clinton airport was connected with the inclement weather.

Meanwhile, the National Transportation Safety Board said its teams were headed to Little Rock, Arkansas, to investigate the mysterious plane crash.

A statement by Dr. Paul Nony, CTEH’s senior vice president, expressed “incredible sadness” at the deaths of the company’s five employees.

CTEH’s website says the consultancy provides a “wide range of response services.”

Another Mystery Death Involving the Clintons’ Name

The mysterious circumstances surrounding the plane crash at Bill and Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas come on the heels of another mystery involving the names of the Clintons.

Namely, the discovery of the corpse of Mark Middleton, a Clinton lawyer involved in the former first couple’s relations with convicted late financier pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Fresh revelations just reported by The Daily Mail said Middleton’s dead body was discovered hanging from a tree and had a gunshot wound to the chest. The grim discovery was made in May 2022, nine months ago, in Perryville, Arkansas, an hour’s drive west of Little Rock.

At the time of his death, Middleton was 59. The fresh details about yet another Clinton-related Arkansas mystery came after a local judge allowed the release of the death report, even though family members had petitioned for it to remain confidential.

The report reveals the high-profile lawyer’s corpse was discovered by a local Sheriff’s Deputy after a worker at the Heifer Ranch called the police. The worker found Middleton’s black SUV abandoned behind a cottage.

Middleton, who has two daughters aged 20 and 18, died on May 7, 2022.

The lawyer served as a special advisor to President Bill Clinton in the 1990s. He actually signed pedophile Jeffrey Epstein as a visitor into the White House seven times – out of a total of 17 times that the latter visited.

According to The Daily Mail, Middleton also flew on the “Lolita Express,” on Epstein’s private jet. He recently worked for his family’s business in Little Rock. The police report about the lawyer’s death raised eyebrows by first declaring Middleton’s death a “suicide.”

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.