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Passerby at Park Where Foster's Body Was Found Is Subpoenaed

November 01, 1995| Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A passerby who was at the park where Vincent Foster's body was found has been subpoenaed to testify today before a federal grand jury as Whitewater prosecutors re-examine the deputy White House counsel's death.

The witness, Patrick Knowlton, says that when he arrived at a Virginia park on the afternoon Foster died, he saw an empty parked car with Arkansas license plates--but a different car from the one Foster was driving that day.

Knowlton also said Tuesday that he saw a "suspicious-looking man" in a parked car several spaces away from the car with Arkansas plates. FBI agents interviewed Knowlton twice in the spring of 1994.

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