Geoff Metcalf's Internet talk show today will feature attorney Allan Favish, whose Freedom of Information Act lawsuit caused the U.S. District Court for Central California to order the Office of Independent Counsel in Washington, D.C., to release five original Polaroid photographs taken of Vincent Foster, former deputy White House counsel in the Clinton administration. Foster was found dead in Ft. Marcy Park July 20, 1993 -- a death officially ruled a suicide -- just six months after Bill Clinton was inaugurated into his first term.
Since then, Foster's family members have attempted to block the release of the photos. But Favish hopes their release will clear up nagging controversies surrounding the mysterious death of the close Clinton confidante.
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Metcalf's live daily program can be heard on WorldNetDaily's streaming page -- TalkNetDaily -- from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific time (7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern).