Ken Starr, the lead prosecutor who helped congress impeach Bill Clinton, was on his way to Washington DC this morning when his plane disappeared from radar. A plume of smoke in the area the plane was seen after the plane was spotted just outside of Wilkershire, Maryland.
The NTSB says the tower in Philadelphia lost contact with the plane about ten minutes before the explosion and that without a significant development, it appears all five people on board were killed.
Starr was on Trey Gowdy’s witness list and was scheduled to appear before the congressman’s special investigative committee that has recently found itself investigating crimes from the 1990s. Starr, who was completely entrenched with the Clintons and their nefarious deeds during the 1990s, would have proven useful in providing valuable testimony in the current case against Hillary Clinton.