Man Admits to Role in Unsolved Murder, Claims Link to Cocaine Trafficking Operation Implicating ‘Criminal Arkansas Politician’
Former professional wrestler, Billy Jack Haynes, says he witnessed an “unsolved 1987 murder of two teens,” connected to a “criminal,” Arkansas lawmaker involved in cocaine trafficking.
Daily Mail UK reports:
Billy Jack Haynes, 62, made his bombshell claims in video statements and interviews released this week, speaking out about the murder of 17-year-old Kevin Ives and 16-year-old Don Henry. […]
The death of the two boys was quickly called a suicide by the state medical examiner, who then revised his ruling and said they had accidentally passed out on the train tracks after smoking marijuana and were struck by a Union Pacific train around 4.30am near the Crooked Creek trestle. […]
Now, Haynes alleges the murders were connected to a cocaine smuggling ring and far-reaching cover-up orchestrated by a ‘criminal politician’.
‘Barry Seal later introduced me to a politician drug dealer from Arkansas,’ Haynes said. Seal was assassinated in 1986 after turning DEA informant.
‘In August of 1987, I was contacted by the Arkansas criminal politician and was asked if I would provide muscle for an Arkansas drug drop,’ Haynes said.
According to the Daily Mail UK, Haynes has made numerous farfetched claims in the past.
The former professional wrestler has said Steve Austin is “ultimately responsible,” for Rowdy’ Roddy Piper’s death.
Haynes also claimed WWE CEO Vince McMahon had an affair, fathering a child of a “now-deceased wrestler.”
Veteran political operative Roger Stone has long claimed Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush “trafficked millions worth of cocaine” through Arkansas’ Mena Airport.
Clinton was elected Governor of Arkansas twice, serving from January 3th, 1977 to January 9th, 1979 and then from January 9th, 1979 to January 19th 1981.