Medical Examiners Rule Death Was Suicide
President Bush Rape Accuser Dead of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

MND NEWSWIRE | November 12, 2003

Medical examiners have ruled that September, 2003 death of Margie Schodinger to be a suicide.

Schoedinger, the Fort Bend County woman who filed a rape lawsuit in December 2002 against sitting President Bush, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

The suit alleged that on or about October 26, 2000, three unknown assailants attempted to abduct Schoedinger.

The suit alleged that, "at some point, she contacted the Houston office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, filing a raced based harassment complaint, advising that the Sugar Land Police Department may or may not be harassing Plaintiff on behalf of her neighbors in Sugar Land or possibly on behalf of the First Colony Community Services Association."

Schoedinger also stated that the FBI "agent in question advised her that the situation appeared to be highly organized and most likely higher level, such as a racist organization.... Throughout this conversation, she learned that there was no time that the Defendant (Bush) ever stopped watching Plaintiff, nor did he stop having sex with Plaintiff.... Whether or not Plaintiff's husband was raped remains in question, as Plaintiff was drugged after she was raped and her husband was drugged before her rape. Plaintiff can only state that these men purported to be FBI agents raping her for the purpose of covering for how many times they had drugged her and allowed the Defendant to rape her in the same manner."

Margie Schoedinger's lawsuit claimed $1 million in actual damages, plus $49 million in punitive damages and emotional stress caused by the alleged incidents. Schoedinger was acting as her own legal representative.

Schoedinger killed herself on Monday 22nd September 2003.