Obstruction of JusticeThe Mena Connection
Aug. 01, 2006
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On August 23, 1987, two teenage boys stumbled upon a drug smuggling operation that was sanctioned by federal officials and protected by local law enforcement. The boys, Kevin Ives, 17, and Don Henry, 16, were murdered. Their bodies were laid across nearby railroad tracks and mutilated by a passing train.
Obstruction of Justice: The Mena Connection tells what really happened and gives vivid detail into the cover-up and the state and federal officials who orchestrated it.
KEY PLAYERS: Governor of Arkansas Bill Clinton as well as Joycelyn Elders who went on to serve as surgeon general of the United States under President Bill Clinton.