The Clinton Chronicles: An Investigation into the Alleged Criminal Activities of Bill Clinton is a 1994 film created by Patrick Matrisciana. This video explored a number of deaths (including that of Vincent Foster) and an alleged cocaine-smuggling operation, all of which purportedly involved BCCI, Dan Lasater and the then Governor of Arkansas, Bill Clinton. These deaths were part of a conspiracy theory known as the "Clinton Body Count", which started and grew from around the time of the documentary, as connections to Clinton were added with varying degrees of allegedly suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths. Some of the names in the Clinton Body Count are referenced in the documentary.
The deaths listed in the film have largely been discredited and debunked as containing deliberate bias, circumstantial evidence, and coincidence. Snopes.com classifies the "Clinton Body Count" conspiracy theory connecting Clinton to the deaths as an urban legend.
In a 1994 letter to congressional leaders, William Dannemeyer listed 24 people with some connection to Clinton who had died "under other than natural circumstances" and called for hearings on the matter. His list was largely taken from a longer list compiled by Linda Thompson.
One of the troopers who appeared in the movie, Larry Patterson, alleging he arranged sexual appointments for Clinton, was convicted of making false statements to the FBI about an unrelated incident in March 2005.