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Ron Brown: The Commerce Secretary died on April 3, 1996, in an Air Force jet carrying Brown and 34 others, including 14 business executives on a trade mission to Croatia, crashed into a mountainside.
From the Wayback Machine web archival site, these photos from Brown's death go back to NewsMax:
Ron Brown Photos
To get the complete set of photos on videotape, click here.
|1||Wide Shot of Crash|
|2||From The Mountain Top|
|3||Rear of Plane|
|4||Inside Rear Cabin|
|6||Close-up of Wound|
Chris Ruddy's articles on Ron Brown and others are archived here
RON BROWN'S SECRETS
by Peter J. Boyer June 9, 1997
A REPORTER AT LARGE about Texas businesswoman Nolanda Hill, fifty-two, and her relationship with the late Sec. Ron Brown... Describes the scandals surrounding Brown and Hill when he died in an aircrash, April 3, 1996... Dealing with Hill was a familiar task for Brown's staff, and even for the White House. For almost ten years.
Hill was Ron Brown's business partner and his closest political adviser, and, for the last seven years of his life, she was his lover. The political mistress is a stock Washington character, yet the relationship between Ron Brown and Nolanda Hill was a distinct nineteen-nineties variation of that timeless arrangement by which powerful men acquire and maintain paramours; they were both resourceful, charismatic operators who loved to make deals... During her long relationship with Brown, Hill lost her business, her marriage, her only child, and, briefly, her sanity.
For more on the mysterious deaths surrounding the Clintons: Charleston Voice: Murders by Rulers: The Clinton's Body Count