I thought it was clickbait, but I clicked anyway.
I’d encourage you to put this out again, but give some background so people know what the topic is. People are reluctant to click on things like this when they have no idea, and also reluctant to click on requests for money. (I’m personally not a fan of GoFundMe because it seems like mostly whining beggars trying to create pity and revenue - the modern day version of the guy in the median strip begging for money.)
The important part of the message is that this guy was an eyewitness to a terrible crime and he tells a lot about the crime. (Wish he would have named names, but maybe he is too frightened.)
That "politician/drug dealer" mentioned in the video by Haynes was Bill Clinton!
Backstory: Clinton had just been elected President when I made a flight from MA to AR for the 80th birthday of a favorite uncle -- and to stop off in Benton, AR to "meet" my new, first granddaughter. As I left my MA office for Logan, a Conservative colleague (who had introduced me to Rush Limbaugh broadcasts) requested,
"Ask those folks down in AR what they really think of Bill Clinton!"
One night, after dinner in Benton, AR, I asked my host "the question" -- expecting either, "That's our boy!" -- or -- "We're glad to be rid of the SOB!!"
There was a long, silent pause... Then, the answer made me feel as if I'd stepped off into another reality:
"Well, it's like this: (pointing off toward the southeast) Right over yonder are some railroad tracks..."
Thus started a long, convoluted tale of drug drops, murders, Clintons, Mena, etc...
[Fast-forward several years...]
And it came to a focus in the first pages of Ambrose Evans-Pritchard's book, with BJC on AF1 -- gleefully talking about his opportunity to blame the deaths in OKC on the "Militia Movement"...
I contacted General Ben Partin and Congressman Key -- and the rest, as they say, "is history"...
But, it all started with, "The Boys on the Train Tracks"...