DOWNSIDE LEGACY AT TWO DEGREES OF PRESIDENT CLINTON
SECTION: CLINTON’S DEALINGS WITH WOMEN, UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL
SUBSECTION: ALL
Revised 1/8/01

 

 

Clinton Misogyny - Sex
Juanita Broaddrick (AR)- rape
Eileen Wellstone (Oxford) - rape
Elizabeth Ward Gracen - rape - quid pro quo, post incident intimidation
Regina Hopper Blakely - "forced himself on her, biting, bruising her"
Kathleen Willey (WH) - sexual assault, intimidations, threats
Sandra Allen James (DC) - sexual assault
22 Year Old 1972 (Yale) - sexual assault
Kathy Bradshaw (AK) - sexual assault
Cristy Zercher - unwelcomed sexual advance, intimidations
Paula Jones (AR) - unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault
Carolyn Moffet -unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault
1974 student at University of Arkansas - unwelcomed physical contact
1978-1980 - seven complaints per Arkansas state troopers
Monica Lewinsky - quid pro quo, post incident character assault
Gennifer Flowers - quid pro quo, post incident character assault
Dolly Kyle Browning - post incident character assault
Sally Perdue - post incident threats
Betty Dalton - rebuffed his advances, married to one of his supporters
Denise Reeder - apologetic note scanned

Clinton Misogyny - Other
Linda Tripp - coerce, intimidate, deny - Bob Bennett calls her a liar, release her job application, transfer her.
Julia Hiatt-Steele - Willey's friend and neighbor - used the machine to change her story.
Hillary Rodham Clinton - used as a cover humiliated
Chelsea Clinton - ignored
Betty Currie - used as cover and enabler
Donna Shalala - used as cover, used as whipping post in Cabinet meeting
Madeline Albright - used as cover
Secret Service - female agent complaints
Kathy Ferguson – unwelcome advances

Clinton as a Ladies' Man?
Marsha Scott - claimed an affair
Connie Hamzy - claimed sex
Bobbie Ann Williams - claimed paid sex, paternity

Following are names of ladies rumored to have had sexual relations with Bill Clinton. We of course do not have information to support these rumors and do not intend the reader to think that we believe any of them to be true. Some could be true, some could be false and some could be intentionally spread rumors so absurd as to make the ones listed above and all other rumors look absurd as well. As always, please draw your own conclusions:

Clinton as a Ladies' Man - Rumors
Marilyn Jo Jenkins - rumored
Susan Coleman - rumored (suicide 7.5 months pregnant)
Robyn Dickey -rumored, staffer
Lenora Steinkamp - rumored - mystery jogger on video tape entering the "infamous hallway" with Clinton
Kimba Wood - rumored, judge
Kelley Craighead - rumored, staffer to Bill and Hillary
Sharline Wilson - rumored, claimed drug association
Dee Dee Myers - rumored, staffer
Suzie Whitacre - rumored
Catherine Cornelius - rumored, "distant cousin".
Cheryl Mills - rumored, WH attorney
Current Secret Paramour (per Tripp/King interview) - rumored

Clinton as a Ladies' Man - Rumors with quid pro quo?
Beth Gladden Coulson - rumored - young judicial appointment
Eleanor Mondale - rumored - celebrity daughter, dated Ron Perelman (see Jordan)
Shelia Lawrence - rumored - Widow of Ambassador
Deborah Mathis - rumored - reporter/WH advancements
Debra Schiff - rumored - ex flight attendant, now staffer
Susan McDougal - rumored - business connections
Benazir Bhutto - rumored - current opposition leader in, and former prime minister of Pakistan

Clinton as a wanna be Ladies' Man or intended disinformation? - Rumors High Profile
Barbara Streisand - rumored - celebrity
Markie Post - rumored - actress
Sharon Stone - rumored - actress
Lencola Sullivan - rumored - beauty queen
Martha Stewart - rumored - celebrity
Diana Wiley Pietsch - rumored - sex therapist - Oxford.
Princess Di - rumored - royalty, deceased

NewsMax 12/29/00 Carl Limbacher ".....Before her death, Princess Diana claimed privately that a "very flirtatious" Bill Clinton made a pass at her during one of several meetings; and that she considered accepting -- according to close friends who recently shared Diana's confidences with noted royal author Judy Wade. Wade conducted "scores" of interviews with confidantes to the late Princess of Wales for her soon-to-be released biography, "Diana: The Truth," which is excerpted in next week's National Enquirer. After one Clinton encounter Diana reportedly said, "We were a little naughty with each other," according to one confidante who talked to the tabloid directly. ......"


Madonna - rumored - celebrity

General Sources:
Capitol Hill Blue 2/22/99 Daniel J. Harris & Teresa Hampton
The Clinton Girls
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NewsMax.com 9/29/00 Carl Limbacher "…… Monica Lewinsky was just one of "hundreds" of women Bill Clinton cheated with during the his years as the nation's chief executive, according to a longtime Clinton insider who estimated the size of the presidential harem during a speech on Wednesday. Commenting on Clinton's peccadilloes to a Miami University audience, one-time presidential political guru Dick Morris contended: "He's had hundreds of women since he's been in the White House." Referring to Clinton cabinet members who blindly accepted his denials of an affair with Lewinsky, Morris said, "You had to be a moron to believe this guy after his past record." ..."

Newsmax 9/19/00 "……. Secret impeachment evidence against President Clinton sealed by law till the year 2049 is "sensational" and "terrible if it was true," a Washington Post reporter familiar with some of the material said during a radio interview on Monday. ……. "There is an awful lot of interesting stuff still under seal that maybe we'll find out about," Post reporter Peter Baker, who broke the Monica Lewinsky scandal for that paper, told WOR network radio host Bob Grant. Baker was being interviewed about his new impeachment book, "The Breach." ……. "I've been privy to some of it," said Baker. "A little of it is talked about in the book. There was a lot of material that the investigators looked at in (independent counsel Ken) Starr's office that was very sensational, very - ah - it would be terrible if it was true - but that hadn't been checked out." ……. In his book Baker says that the independent counsel's office investigated 21 women linked to Clinton. ……. Rick and Beverly Lambert, private investigators hired by Jones' legal team, told NewsMax.com last year that one of the allegations they were investigating at the close of the Jones case involved the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl by then-Governor Clinton at a cocaine party hosted by Dan Lasater. …….. The Lamberts also tracked down Juanita Broaddrick, the Arkansas nursing home operator who said that Clinton had raped her when he was state attorney general. "If you want a pattern of forceful sexual behavior (by Clinton), we have that," Beverly Lambert told NewsMax.com last year. ……"

NewsMax.com 9/13/00 Carl Limbacher "….. For the third time in eight years, President Clinton has been named in an employee sexual harassment suit seeking substantial monetary damages directly from him or the organization he oversees. The latest complaint was filed Wednesday by assistant White House pastry chef Franette McColloch, who claims that her boss Roland Mesnier was "hostile and rude" to her at work, pestered her over the phone and limited her job responsibilities after she refused his sexual advances. McColloch's suit seeks $2 million in damages, $1 million from Mesnier and $1 million from Clinton, who is named in the suit because he failed to provide a means by which such complaints could be addressed, McColloch's lawyers said. In 1992, the Clinton campaign settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with an unidentified female accountant for $37,500. Under the terms of the settlement, the plaintiff was required to remain anonymous and keep the details of her sexual harassment secret, but Clinton aide David Watkins stepped forward to take responsibility. …….News of the 1992 sex suit against the Clinton campaign became public in December 1994 when the Federal Election Commission learned it had settled the sex case using federal election matching funds. ……. In a 1996 interview with the American Spectator magazine Watkins revealed that Clinton confidante Susan Thomases was grateful that he accepted responsibility and told him, "We know you did it to protect Bill." Cristy Zercher, who was a flight attendant aboard Clinton's 1992 campaign plane, told NewsMax.com last year that she did not remember Watkins traveling with the campaign. Zercher did recall Bill Clinton "interacting a lot" with a blonde female staffer whose duties were unclear to her. "She could have been the accountant," Zercher told NewsMax.com. …..Zercher was surprised to learn the campaign had settled a sexual harassment suit against Watkins, who made millions in the advertising business, because campaign funds were so scarce. "There wasn't a lot of campaign money, especially in the beginning. We had people donating food to us." ……Zercher herself claimed that Clinton had groped her aboard the campaign plane. She never declined to file a sexual harassment claim at the time. ……. A third lawsuit suit charged Clinton personally with sexual harassment . Filed on March 8, 1994 by Paula Jones, the case eventually resulted in President Clinton's impeachment. ……"

 

NewsMax.com 8/23/00 Carl Limbacher "……. The House Judiciary Committee that investigated President Clinton on impeachment charges had information that other women besides Juanita Broaddrick were ready to finger Clinton on rape charges, chief impeachment counsel David Schippers revealed Wednesday. Schippers dropped the Rapegate bombshell in an interview with WABC-NY talk radio host Sean Hannity. The exchange went like this:
HANNITY: Were there any other women that claimed they were raped by the president?
SCHIPPERS: There was some other information along those lines. We never could get anybody else to come forward. All we had were rumors and hearsay. So I did not credit any of it.
HANNITY: You didn't.
SCHIPPERS: No. If somebody had come forward -- we kept hearing from newspaper people and media people that there were others that they were going to come out with, there were others they were going to bring in. But they never showed up.
HANNITY: With the charge of rape?
SCHIPPERS: Yeah. Forcible rape. ….."

Newsmax.com 12/4/99 Carl Limbacher "….Of all the babes, bimbos and otherwise innocent females that fell victim to Bill Clinton's sexual predations, there was one, says "Hillary's Choice" author Gail Sheehy, who nearly ended the first couple's marriage. "(Hillary) was shattered by learning that her husband had actually fallen in love with another woman," Sheehy told NBC's Stone Phillips last Monday. "And this affair, which has never been described before, almost drove a stake through their marriage." The author says that Clinton promised to end the affair during a "come-to-Jesus" confrontation with Hillary in the early 1990's, but continued the relationship anyway. Sheehy identified the lady in question only as "Jane Doe #1" in the Paula Jones case, describing her as "a tall slender blonde." And though Jones lawyers have never publicly put names to the numbers they assigned to the assorted Jane Does, a source close to the investigation has confirmed to NewsMax.com that Jane Doe #1 is Marilyn Jo Jenkins……."

Newsmax 11/21/99 Carl Limbacher "….. Harold Ickes, former deputy White House chief of staff and now senior advisor to Hillary Clinton, pleaded ignorance about a rape charge against his former boss when questioned by NewsMax.com Sunday morning and suggested that curiosity about such matters had "poisoned" the political dialogue. ……. When the network finally broadcast Broaddrick's compelling account it was seen by more than 20 million viewers. Five days earlier her rape allegation had been the subject of a lengthy Wall Street Journal editorial. Still, Ickes claimed he wasn't familiar with the facts. NewsMax.com questioned Ickes during his appearance on C-Span's "Sunday Morning Journal" hosted by Steve Scully……"

WashPost 11/10/99 Al Kamen "…President Clinton's visit last week to Norway went well, even though he never did get reunited with Ellen Andenaes, a Norwegian woman who must have made quite an impression on him the last time they met, when Rhodes scholar Clinton went through Oslo in 1969 en route to Moscow. The Israeli press reported last week that Clinton told Shimon Peres, now Israeli minister of regional cooperation, that there had been "international relations" between them and he had asked the embassy in Oslo to track her down so they could meet again…… Then, when told Clinton had stopped in Oslo on his way to Moscow, she remembered getting a postcard from Moscow from one of the young Americans. Ulf Andenaes, as it turns out, was posted in Washington last year as a correspondent for Aftenposten and lived in a condo just across the way from--who else?--Monica S. Lewinsky……Clinton apparently didn't try to see his old tour guide on this trip…."

Newsmax.com 3/7/99 "…President Clinton had at least two Juanita's in his life according to Sexgate whistleblower Linda Tripp, who revealed Sunday morning yet another presidential paramour on ABC's "This Week with Sam and Cokie." …DONALDSON: But the conversation was, Boy -- how is he going to explain this? Clearly the two of you think this is a big deal. And there's a woman named Juanita. Is this a woman who has yet to surface in this case? TRIPP: Hmmm -- In this case? Well, let me just say that in our opinion, this was a woman whose relationship with the president would have again gone to the pattern of behavior -- which was precisely what the Paula Jones attorneys were searching for ... This was a woman with whom we thought the President might have difficulty. (Cokie) ROBERTS: You mean the Juanita woman is a woman that you thought the president might ... DONALDSON: You're quite plainly saying that there is a woman named Juanita out there. And if her story became public you believe the President would have a problem with it. TRIPP: Let me just say that our use of the name Juanita was irresponsible. It's a woman who has not surfaced in this case, and by case I mean the Paula Jones case, to date. (George)WILL: But the pattern to which you're referring to is harassment followed by job offers? TRIPP: No, not necessarily. The pattern is behavior with other women, differing behavior with denial. This week's STAR Magazine pours even more gasoline on the Sexgate/Rapegate imbroglio. Citing "never before seen FBI files -- now kept under lock and key by Congress," ace reporter Richard Gooding reveals: "Clinton made passes at several female White House Secret Service agents," and "at least two more women claim to have had encounters with Clinton similiar to Juanita Broaddrick, who says he raped her 21 years ago in a Little Rock Hotel Room." "Three female agents have told colleagues of presidential hanky-panky, including one who is said to have filed a complaint that (Clinton) frequently 'hit on her,' sources say. That agent later withdrew the complaint when her request for a transfer was granted." "The secret FBI files contain even more serious allegations of brutish behavior against Clinton. According to one insider, there is the story of the wife of a former top Clinton aide who has confided that the president once pinned her against the wall, ignoring her protests, as he ran his hands over her body -- virtually a carbon copy of the Oval Office groping episode described last year by Kathleen Willey." …"

Investors Business Daily 3/11/99 Paul Sperry "… I's a diverse group. Some politically active, some not. ''I hate politics,'' says one. Many are from Arkansas, but two are from the Washington area and one's from Beverly Hills. At the same time, they have a lot in common. All nine are women. And nearly all of them are former employees or campaign workers who say they at one point admired the man they worked for. All now say they fear him. A growing club of women charge that Bill Clinton personally assaulted them or, through his ''agents'' or ''people,'' threatened to do them or their families physical harm. Some are vague about the threats. Others are quite specific. But a pattern is clear, not to mention disturbing: One after another, women are accusing the president of being, at a minimum, a bully; at worst, a rapist. And all of them say they're afraid for their safety so long as he remains in power….''He is a threat to women there,'' agreed a lawyer for Dolly Kyle Browning, who claims Clinton aide Bruce Lindsey threatened to destroy Browning if she broke her silence about her affair with Clinton….Calls to the White House on the issue of female staffers' safety were referred to the counsel's office, which did not reply….

Drudge/Fox News Channel http://www.foxnews.com/ http://www.drudgereport.com/ 3/13/99 summary by Freeper A Whitewater Researcher "…Rick Lambert said that his experience with rape victims gave him and Ms. Lambert no doubt whatsoever that Broaddrick was also a rape victim. Ms. Lambert wept at the profundity of the Broaddrick rape...Rick Lambert said he thinks there are hundreds of Jane Does out there to be uncovered, as Clinton acknowledged himself. Many victims are afraid to come forward...between 10 and 15 Clinton victims were given high ranking jobs in exchange for their silence. Ms. Lambert said there are other Clinton assault victims, and mentioned two mothers of assault victims who called the Lamberts with tips and information; one about another (not Jane Doe #5) alleged rape by Clinton....Mr. Lambert said many victims pleaded with him not to come to their homes out of fear of being seen cooperating with the Jones investigation...he has never worked a case where there was so much fear and intimidation involved...."

Newsmax.com 3/17/99 "… Paula Jones' investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert told NewsMax.com last month that they uncovered a Clinton pattern of aggressive sexual behavior and offered on background the names of several women who they believed had been raped. Star magazine's Richard Gooding followed with a report citing confidential FBI files on three female Secret Service agents who complained of Clinton's harassment. Gooding noted the files contain two additional Juanita Broaddrick-style allegations from other women. On Tuesday, Vanity Fair's Christopher Hitchens weighed in. In a piece on Broaddrick written for Salon magazine, Hitchens reports: "I also know of three other women who I suspect could, if they chose, lay a charge of assault against Clinton." Last month, scandal maven Lucianne Goldberg hinted to Canada's National Post that some of the assault allegations are relatively recent, saying she knows of at least one so-far-unidentified woman who was accosted during Clinton's White House years. Tuesday, Goldberg told supporters on her favorite Web site, Free Republic, to "be patient," explaining, "It is one thing for us to know who she [they] is [are] and quite another to get agreement to step forward, knowing the pain to be inflicted. Juanita Broaddrick didn't come forward voluntarily. It is a scary thing to do, and we don't want to push them out until they are ready to face the [Clinton] slime machine." Goldberg added, "We are working as fast as we can." …"

NewsMax.com 3/23/99 "…A highly placed source who served with the now-defunct House impeachment investigation tells Inside Cover that congressional probers had uncovered other Juanita Broaddrick-like allegations against President Clinton. "We had information that there were other rapes," said the tipster, speaking only on deep background. "But we didn't get to investigate them in any fine detail. I can't honestly say that we had developed evidence of other rapes. But we had indications."…"

Newsmax 3/24/99 "…Newsweek's Michael Isikoff reports a juicy little tidbit that should be of interest to those following Susan McDougal's current criminal contempt trial, according to the advance word on his upcoming book, "Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story". It seems St. Susan's persistent silence before Ken Starr's grand jury had to do with sex, at least in part. She feared that Whitewater prosecutors would question her about her suspected liaison with then-Governor Clinton; one that would have coincided with his alleged efforts to steer an illegal SBA loan her way. Before McDougal's Sept. 1996 grand jury appearance, legal gadfly Alan Dershowitz reportedly advised that she'd have to answer the sex question if prosecutors posed it…. This January, onetime White House campaign-guru Dick Morris told FOX News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" that Clinton himself was worried that the Whitewater-sex connection would be exposed. Morris revealed that the President asked him how he should respond if prosecutors raised the issue during his April 1996 Whitewater trial testimony….."

Arkansas source to Freeper Doug from Upland 4/15/99 "...While Governor of Arkansas and during his first term, it is alleged that Bill Clinton had another rape victim. Her name will be withheld until she wants it released. This story was first reported about 2 1/2 weeks ago exclusively here on FreeRepublic. The alleged rape occured at the Excelsior Hotel. When Clinton managed to get the victim alone he began assaulting her. When she resisted, he began hitting her and blackened both her eyes. When he was finished, he said he would send someone to attend to her. The story even gets more sickening. It is alleged that after the assault, Clinton went back into the Excelsior and gave a speech. In terms of one of the great modern quotes, "That sounds like our guy." An Arkansas state trooper may hold the key to the veracity of the charges. My source tells me that the trooper, over a period of the next several months, delivered letters of apology from Clinton to the victim. The trooper is prepared to testify if he is called. At the time of the event, the woman's current husband was her boyfriend. They have solicited help from three law firms in Arkansas and were advised in writing to not pursue the case. How strong the evidence is we are going to see. If there are indeed notes from Clinton that have been saved, they will be hard to explain..."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Here is Bill Clinton's legacy of mistreatment of women. The common threads are that, almost to a woman: (1) they had some vulnerability that he could exploit. (2) they were victims of a smear campaign, and (3) there is an eerie similarity to the stories they tell of intimidation, threats, and burglaries of odd items, such as photographs and tapes..."

New York Daily News 7/20/99 "…When President Clinton finally confessed to his wife the true nature of his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, the First Lady belted him, a new book reveals. Hillary Rodham Clinton slapped her husband so hard she left a red mark "clearly visible to Secret Service agents when he left the room," according to Christopher Andersen, author of "Hillary and Bill: A Marriage Andersen also claims that the First Lady screamed at Clinton: "You stupid, stupid, stupid bastard. My God, Bill, how could you risk everything for that." The argument on Aug. 13, 1998, staged in her bedroom and overheard by both agents and White House staffers, is said to have continued until Hillary Clinton sank down on the bed, saying, "How are we going to tell Chelsea?"…."

Capitol Hill Blue 8/9/99 "...Cheryl Mills, who played a key role at the impeachment trial of President Clinton, turned down his history-making offer to make her the next White House counsel because, she tells friends privately, she is uncomfortable with his "callous disregard for women." ....Sources close to the attorney say that even as she was defending Clinton in the impeachment trial, she expressed both "concern and distaste" over his affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and his lies under oath about the relationship. "Like any attorney, she can and will defend a client she doesn't like, but even Cheryl has her limits," one associate said Sunday...."

Drudge 8/8/99 "...More than a dozen women associated with various Clinton scandals are set to gather in one hotel room, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. The meeting, which has been planned in secret, is scheduled to take place in Dallas later this month. According to legal sources, the women will travel from all across the country to share "war stories" and to discuss the possibility of filing a class action lawsuit against President Bill Clinton! "It has taken quite some time to track all of them down," one well-placed source told the DRUDGE REPORT. "And to get them all to agree to meet in one room has taken months. But we're there." News of the gathering is bound to cause nightmares at the White House. "It is going to be the class reunion from hell," said one source...."

Fox News 8/9/99 Patrick Riley "...With President Clinton's grand jury testimony and his public acknowledgment of his improper relationship, last August was Sexgate ground zero. So it's only fitting that in August '99, as some of the scandal's loose ends are tied up, another potential slugfest looms. According to an unconfirmed Drudge Report, a bevy of women who claim to have been harassed by Clinton plan to congregate at a Dallas hotel later this month to discuss a possible class-action law suit against the commander-in-chief..... "

Washington Times/ Inside Politics 8/11/99 Greg Pierce "...President Clinton was back chasing the ladies just two weeks after his Senate acquittal on Feb. 12, according to sources for Christopher Andersen's book "Bill and Hillary: The Marriage."... And in March, the author said, "An anguished military officer complained to her immediate superior that the president 'groped' her following yet another glittering black-tie function in Washington. "Her commanding officer told her pointedly: 'It didn't happen.' " ..."

Investor's Business Daily 8/11/99 "...Even more infuriating than the sweetheart interview the sycophants at Talk magazine gave pseudo-politician Hillary Clinton is her portrait of her unfaithful husband as a harmless, if hopeless, lady pleaser. Make no mistake, Bill Clinton abuses women. Buried in the back pages of one of the dozen or so books that Washington reporters have written is a damning piece of evidence that corroborates Juanita Broaddrick's tale of rape by Clinton. The book, ''Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story,'' is by Michael Isikoff, the supposedly intrepid Newsweek reporter who broke the Monica Lewinsky story only to have it bottled up by his editors..... While Broaddrick was reliving her painful story on national TV in January, and fending off White House-dispatched skeptics, Isikoff held back facts that would have lent credence to her story, saving them for his precious book, published a few months later. Isikoff tells how Elizabeth Ward Gracen ran into Clinton in Hot Springs, Ark., when she was 21 and serving as Miss America. While doing a public service announcement there, then-Gov. Clinton pulled up in his state limo and offered her a ride. According to Isikoff, Clinton invited Gracen to the apartment of one of his pals at the Quapaw Towers back in Little Rock. ''They had sex that night. It was rough sex,'' Isikoff said. ''Clinton got so carried away that he bit her lip, Gracen told her friends.'' Bit her lip....."

New York Post 8/10/99 Richard Johnson Jeane MacIntosh Kate Coyne "...SEVERAL of President Clinton's conquests are planning to meet in Dallas later this month to swap "war stories" and discuss filing a class action suit, cyber columnist Matt Drudge reports. Kathleen Willey, who recently became engaged to remarry, told The Post she will skip the convention: "I just don't want to become involved." Juanita Broaddrick, whose tale of being raped by Clinton riveted a prime time audience, got a call last week inviting her to the pow-wow, but she's undecided: "I just can't imagine being in a room with all those women that you've seen on television." Broaddrick also said she wouldn't accept any monetary damages for herself if a lawsuit succeeds. "There's no way I'd ever want to take any money," she said. "Mine would have to go to charity, maybe abused women's shelters." The meeting is said to be the brainchild of Larry Klayman, the conservative gadfly whose Judicial Watch group has filed at least 18 lawsuits against the Clinton Administration...."

Newsmax 1/7/00 Carl Limbacher "…. It's not likely to have the impact of the top secret Paula Jones case impeachment evidence still being witheld by Congress, but Jeff Toobin's upcoming book A Vast Conspiracy does promise a few intriguing tidbits. …… But here's a little item we wonder if even Mr. Toobin is aware of. Turns out, Monica Lewinsky wasn't the first Clinton staffer to become acquainted with Bill Clinton's shockingly kinky cigar-sex fetish. In fact, a full five months before cyber-sleuth Matt Drudge went public with news that Clinton got his kicks by watching Monica simulate sex with tobacco products, the president's perverted turn-on was described in a widely read supermarket tabloid. Flight attendant Shelia Swatzyna, who served aboard then-candidate Clinton's 1992 campaign plane, told the National Enquirer: "[Clinton] loved to tell off-color jokes and make sexual remarks. It was his way of telling the girls, 'The door is open.' There was always a sexual innuendo. He would put his arm around one of the women and start whispering in her ear. He loved to be up close with the stewardesses. One of his favorite tricks was to take a cigar and lick it. He never lit the cigar. He would just play with it in front of the women." (National Enquirer -- March 24, 1998) Swatzyna's recollections are eerily similiar to Monica's own account of how Clinton introduced her to his bizarre taste for cigar-sex: "He was chewing on a cigar. And then he had the cigar in his hand and he was kind of looking at the cigar in...sort of a naughty way. And so...I looked at the cigar and I looked at him and I said, we can do that, too, some time." (Lewinsky deposition -- The Starr Report) Though at least one former Clinton flight attendant won a prestigious West Wing post after apparently acquiescing to the candidate's advances, none has yet come forward to claim she went the full Monica route, cigar and all. But Cristy Zercher, a former campaign plane flight attendant who would later allege that Clinton brazenly groped her while Hillary slept just feet away, told NewsMax.com on Thursday that the soon-to-be president wasn't at all shy about making his proclivities known. "He did his cigar thing in front of the other girls and later they told me about it. In front of me he did a lot of other things." ….."

Washington Times 1/7/99 "…..President Clinton was having a delicious time at his New Year's Eve gala dinner at the White House, someone who was there tells us. Mr. Clinton, pulling rank when the seating was arranged, like any red-blooded American man would, put himself between Sophia Loren - in a low-cut black Armani gown - and Elizabeth Taylor. Miss Taylor, according to our well-connected Democratic guest, simmered toward a boil as the dinner went on. She thought the president was focusing entirely too much attention on Miss Loren. "She said to the president, 'I hope you are not going to spend the whole evening staring at her boobs.' " "The president replied, 'I don't do that anymore.' " 'Bull--,' replied Miss Taylor. The president turned so red he barely spoke to her the rest of the evening, the witness says…."

Washington Weekly 1/23/2000 Edward Zehr "…."I took action to try to prevent erroneous rumors from becoming public news," President Clinton told the court in a deposition he gave regarding the lawsuit Paula Jones had filed against him. He was referring to rumors about him that had surfaced during his 1992 presidential campaign. …….. Although part of this testimony had been reported by the Washington Times on March 15, 1998, it was not until "sealed" documents were posted on Random House's Vast Conspiracy Web site last week, for the purpose of hyping Clinton apologist Jeffrey Toobin's new book, "A Vast Conspiracy," that the names of two additional "Jane Does" were revealed. In the newly disclosed transcript of the secret hearing before Judge Wright, held on January 12, 1998, James Fisher, an attorney for Paula Jones, named the witnesses whom he planned to call on behalf of the plaintiff. The list included Kathleen Willey, Beth Coulsen, Monica Lewinsky, Shelia Lawrence, Juanita Broaddrick, Gennifer Flowers and Dolly Kyle Browning. Fisher continued, "The other two would be Marilyn Jo Jenkins, whose deposition has not been continued after the Court made its ruling on our motion to compel; and Cyd Dunlop, a woman to whom Mr. Clinton made unwanted sexual advances." ……"

Washington Weekly 1/23/2000 Edward Zehr "…. These and five other "sealed" documents were posted on Jan. 11 at the Random House Web site, however, those curious folks who attempted to access the documents soon reported that they were unable to download them………. It seems that a few Web surfers were fast enough to download most of the documents before they disappeared. Thus, four of the five missing files can now be accessed at: http://www.geocites.com/registered2000. ……. David Schippers, the chief investigator in the House impeachment inquiry, told NewsMax that the most likely source of the "sealed" documents is the Clinton White House. "It's obvious that this material came from either someone in the Jones camp or the White House itself," Schippers told the online news organization. But anyone who witnessed the grudge match between Jeffrey "Canvasback" Toobin and Paula "The Mauler" Jones on Larry King Live (Jones decked him early in the second round) would find it unlikely that Jones' attorneys would pass secret documents over the transom to a Clinton sycophant such as Toobin……"That's why I think this might be coming from the White House," Schippers told NewsMax. "Remember, they got copies of everything Jones' lawyers had." …."

Washington Weekly 1/23/2000 Edward Zehr "…."The reference to Cyd Dunlop in the newly revealed transcript of the hearing before Judge Wright in January 1998 concerns a woman who says she was repeatedly propositioned by Clinton during a victory celebration held at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock on the occasion of his reelection to serve a third term as Governor of Arkansas. She rejected his advances. According to an account which Dunlop later gave to Newsweek reporter Michael Isikoff, Clinton was not so readily rebuffed. Two hours after she and her husband had retired to their hotel room she received a phone call from Clinton, who identified himself as "Bill, the governor," and insisted, "I just wanted to hear the sound of your voice again. Can you get out of your room?" Dunlop said that she was taken aback by the temerity of Clinton's determination to proposition her even as her husband slept a few feet away. But Clinton was not to be deterred. "Just tell him you need to be by yourself for a while," he cajoled. When Mrs. Dunlop replied that she couldn't do that, Clinton asked her if she would go jogging with him in the morning. She finally agreed to this, just to get him to hang up, but there was no meeting the following day……. "

Washington Weekly 1/23/2000 Edward Zehr "….""But how could this possibly be true?" asks my neighbor, Dufus Dymwittee. "If the mainstream press ever got hold of such stories they would blab them from one end of the country to the other. You know how scandal-oriented they are." If the name of the man in the Oval Office were ard Nixon or George Bush, Dufus would no doubt have a point -- the stories would be common knowledge by now……. If the TV nets are so determined to give Clinton a hard time why did two of the three major broadcast networks avoid mentioning Juanita Broaddrick's allegation that Clinton had raped her? If one would suggest that they had inadequate documentation, then why did the other network report the story (after waiting for the impeachment proceedings to wind down)? Once this point has been grasped it is not so difficult to understand why the mainstream news media have downplayed all of the other stories relating to Clinton's pathological behavior. They just don't want us to know that we have a serial rapist psychopath for a president. After all, he's their boy……"

Ark. Dem-Gaz. 1/21/2000 "….A retired Bella Vista teacher and military officer has asked the state Supreme Court's Committee on Professional Conduct to disbar President Clinton and Benton County Prosecuting Attorney Brad Butler. Jim Parsons, state director of the Arkansas Christian Educators Association, submitted a grievance to the agency Thursday. In it, he wrote, "It seems to be permissible to have sex in the Oval office during duty hours with an immature female intern and remain President of the United States, Commander And Chief of All Armed Forces, and continue to be licensed as an attorney in Arkansas." Parsons' letter also lambasted Butler, who was recently accused of having sexual relations with a woman he was prosecuting and a law clerk in his office….."

Washington Times 2/9/00 "…..Gary Aldrich, the retired FBI agent who wrote a book about fun and games inside the Clinton White House, told the tale in his 1996 best seller about how President Clinton, for midnight trysts, would sneak away from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. hidden under a blanket in the back seat of Bruce Lindsey's car. "Preposterous," Clinton aide George Stephanopoulos said. Mr. Aldrich insisted his story was accurate, although he now tells Inside the Beltway he wishes he'd known then about a 1994 article, "Can the President Think?" published in Reason magazine. In that account, Kathy McClanahan, a childhood friend of Mr. Clinton, told about his hysterical weeping when he realized he was losing one of his first elections in Arkansas, "and how he hid in the bottom of the back seat of her car so that no one could see him." "Oh, well," Mr. Aldrich said yesterday. "Better late than never." ….."

August 5, 1996

White House Press Conference - Deutch was investigating the Mena Air Force Base in Arkansas and it's connections to Governor Bill Clinton. - Freeper Thanatos 2/1/00

The Washington Weekly 2/20/95 Marvin Lee "….. Feb. 20, 1995 Marvin Lee - Interview of Judge Jim Johnson …….. JUDGE JOHNSON:…….When Larry Nichols first revealed that our Governor was a full-time womanizer in a lawsuit back in 1990, the charges were so sensational I did not believe a word he said. Then I saw the Clinton "spin doctors" take out after that boy and literally drive him to the wall. He lost his job, he lost his home, and all of his credibility. Then some of the women themselves came forward and verified what he said. Then the State Troopers, Clinton's bodyguards, verified the women's stories and went even further than the women and Nichols did, telling of Clinton's sexual escapades on the Governor's Mansion grounds, which were picked up on the security monitors, and of Mrs. Clinton cavorting with Vincent Foster. When I was made aware of all these things, I made the public statement that there seemed to be more credible evidence supporting the charges made by Nichols than exists against 90% of the people on death row today. The producers of the Clinton Chronicles came to me and asked if I would make that statement on film. I told them I would make it anywhere, because it was true! They interviewed me, and much of that interview appears in the Clinton Chronicles video………

ETHERZONE 2/12/00 John Bender "…..Within the American population is a pool of people who can only be pushed so far. These people take action when the situation calls for it. Our national history is really the story of people like that…... Paul Revere was a silversmith. He had a nice little business, and a good reputation, but was not, by any means, renowned until he stepped forward to spread the alarm that the British were coming. …… Patrick Henry was a country preacher and would have remained an unknown. He took all he could, then rose to the challenge, stepped forward and gave his famous "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" speech……Betsy Ross was a seamstress who became a well-respected member of the rebellion against British tyranny. Rosa Parks was a maid who got fed up and took a stand. She became an inspiration to three generations of freedom loving people. ……. Over the past few years several great ladies stood up to the most evil and corrupt administration in the history of this republic. When others were afraid to speak out, Paula Jones, Lucianne Goldberg, Dolly Kyle Browning, Linda Tripp, and Juanita Broaderick, stood up and faced the wrath of the whole executive branch of government ….."

Newsmax.com 8/7/00 Carl Limbacher "….. Ironically, at the height of the impeachment trial in mid-January, something did develop that might have moved Broaddrick to the front burner had it happened weeks earlier. ......,,Schippers explained the event he learned of too late to include: "There was a time when she was being followed. This was just around the time of the (NBC) interview. She was being followed by a guy who was making it very obvious. That's how they do it. They get right out there and look at you in order to scare the hell out of you." ......The mysterious tail put on Broaddrick is eerily similar to what several witnesses claim happened to them, as they were about to testify before Starr grand juries. ......

Newsmax.com 8/7/00 Carl Limbacher "…..Patrick Knowlton, who happened by Fort Marcy Park the day White House counsel Vince Foster's body was discovered there, had told the London Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and NewsMax.com's Christopher Ruddy that he was followed by a series of men on the streets of D.C. soon after he was subpoenaed for Starr's Foster investigation. Knowlton's account, documented in the appendix to Starr's Foster report, clearly shows that Foster could not have taken his life in the Virginia Park. ......,Skeptical at first, Ruddy took a walk with Knowlton after the witness reported the harassment. Just as Knowlton claimed, a series of individuals followed and glared at the pair in what Ruddy later reported for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review was a very unnerving attempt to send Knowlton the clear message: Truthful testimony about Vince Foster could be hazardous to one's health. .........Though Starr and the media ignored Knowlton's harassment, prosecutor Schippers told NewsMax.com that he took the account of another Starr witness extremely seriously: "I wanted to put Kathleen Willey on. Because, you talk about intimidation -- they did everything but threaten to kill her. And in fact, they did give her a threat to kill, in a veiled fashion, two days before her deposition." Schippers recounted Willey's story about the jogger who approached her, asked about her missing cat, the recent vandalism of her car and then mentioned her children by name. "Don't you get the message?" the total stranger told the frightened witness. ……."

Newsmax.com 8/7/00 Carl Limbacher "…..But the ex-Chicago prosecutor shared a chilling new aspect of Willey's ordeal -- an account that could have been lifted right from the script of an Alfred Hitchcock film: "The woman was absolutely scared to death. She got a call from the electric company. And they told her they were going to shut off her power and she'd be in total darkness for about 15 minutes. At first she thought nothing of this. But when it didn't happen she called them back to ask when they were going to do this. And they said, 'What are you talking about?' So that's the kind of thing that happened to some of these witnesses. That's how they operate." ……....."

Drudge Report 7/17/00 Exclusive "……. A handwritten letter from Hillary Rodham to her soon-to-be husband Bill Clinton outlined "goals" and detailed "a plan" for their relationship, a new bombshell book is set to disclose. "I do not understand why do you do the things you do to hurt me... I know all your little girls are around there," Rodham wrote Clinton, according to author Jerry Oppenheimer. ...... Oppenheimer's book STATE OF A UNION: INSIDE THE COMPLEX MARRIAGE OF BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON does not street until Tuesday, but now the DRUDGE REPORT breaks the embargo set by publisher HARPERCOLLINS and reveals new details. ……..A Marla Crider from Fayetteville, Arkansas tells Oppenheimer that she dated Clinton while he was running for Congress. One day, Crider claims, Clinton left a note on his desk - a note from his future wife! …….."

[U.K.] Times 7/18/00 Damian Whitworth "……HILLARY CLINTON told her husband that she knew he was being unfaithful to her with "all your little girls" but urged him not to forget the "plan" they had made for his future, according to a new book published today.. …….. According to the biography, Hillary wrote a letter to Bill when he was campaigning for Congress. He was apparently having doubts about the relationship and considering whether or not to leave her for a young campaign worker called Marla Crider. "Dear Bill," the letter began, "I do not understand why you do the things you do to hurt me. You left me in tears and not knowing what our relationship was all about. Remember what we talked about? Remember the goals we set for ourselves. You keep trying to stray away from the plan we've put together. Take some time, think about it, and call me when you're ready. "I know all your little girls are around there, if that's what it is, you will outgrow this. They will not be with you when you need them. They are not the ones who can help you achieve your goals. If this is about your feelings for Marla, this, too, shall pass. Let me remind you, it always does." ……….. "

Drudge 7/17/00 "…….**Exclusive**. …….. Oppenheimer's book STATE OF A UNION: INSIDE THE COMPLEX MARRIAGE OF BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON does not street until Tuesday, but now the DRUDGE REPORT breaks the embargo set by publisher HARPERCOLLINS and reveals new details. ……A Marla Crider from Fayetteville, Arkansas tells Oppenheimer that she dated Clinton while he was running for Congress. One day, Crider claims, Clinton left a note on his desk - a note from his future wife! ...... "Dear Bill," the letter began, "I do not understand why you do the things you do to hurt me." Rodham continued: "You left me in tears and not knowing what our relationship was all about." "I know all your little girls are around there, if that's what it is, you will outgrow this. They will not be with you when you need them. They are not the ones who can help you achieve your goals. If this is about your feelings for Marla, this too shall pass. Let me remind you, it always does." …….The letter continued: "Remember what we talked about? Remember the goals we set for ourselves. You keep trying to stray away from the plan we've put together. Take some time, think about it, and call me when you're ready." The book claims the letter was signed "Hillary." ……. Crider, on the record, opens up to Oppenheimer. And she wonders to this day: Just what kind of relationship do the Clintons share? …….."

 

 

 

 

Juanita Broaddrick (AR)- rape

NewsMax.com 12/22/98 Christopher Ruddy ".A civil war is brewing in the news room of ABC's World News Tonight over allegations that in 1979 Bill Clinton may have raped Juanita Broaddrick, an Arkansas woman, when he served as the state's Attorney General. NewsMax.com has obtained an internal ABC News memo that was emailed to the top news producers earlier today about the controversy. Chris Isham, a top ABC News producer, distributed the memo which lays out out the scintillating facts surrounding the alleged incident, and the interest sparked in the subject by Republican Congressmen who last week were permitted to review the Starr documentation of the case...The memo states that Arizona Republican Congressman J.D. Hayworth told ABC News -- off-the-record -- that the material makes Clinton out to be "a sexual predator." The Broaddrick incident may be cited in a Senate trial of the President, Isham suggests. NewsMax.com has learned that Isham's memo comes as a result of a feud between World News Tonight Executive Producer Paul Freidman and network anchor Peter Jennings. Jennings -- reputed to have a eye for the ladies much like the President's -- has vehemently objected to ABC news reporting on the subject. The memo, in an apparent shot at Jennings, states, "...the potential that a rape charge could be leveled at the President makes the story one that can't be totally ignored." ..ABC News memo follows: From: Isham, Chris Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 1998 12:45 PM To: Friedman, Paul E.; Dunlavey, Dennis; Murphy, Bob Subject: Broaddrick Forwarding a memo by Josh Fine which is a good summary of the Juanita Broddrick (Jane Doe #5.) Her case MAY have tipped some moderate Republicans to vote yes on impeachment and MAY be introduced in the Senate proceedings. Juanita Broaddrick was subpoenaed in the Paula Jones case. She filed an affidavit that said "These allegations (that Clinton had made unwelcome advances towards her) are untrue.". It is unclear if he raped or assaulted her but that is the allegation made by Phillip Yoakum. Yoakum is a Fayetteville man who says Broaddrick told him in 1992 that she was raped by Clinton in the late 70's. I interviewed Yoakum in March and found him entirely uncredible. He had facts wrong, was a total Clinton-hater, and his claims to being friends with Broaddrick are untrue. The other person who supposedly knows about what took place is Norma Rogers-Kelsay, a friend of Broaddrick's who went to the convention with her in Little Rock and drove back with her to Van Buren where they live). Tamara Lipper spoke with Rogers on the phone in March. Rogers said that Yoakum was telling the truth. She was with Broaddrick before and after the incident and said that she was in "quite bad shape after." In 1991 Broaddrick was at a nursing home convention in Little Rock and a man pulled her out of a meeting (this is all according to Rogers-Kelsay). The man took her to Bill Clinton and he apologized for hurting her and asked if there was anything he could do. She didn't understand at the time why he had taken that step but soon realized the real reason after he announced his candidacy for President a few months later. In the 1992 campaign these rumors began to circulate and Sheffield Nelson, a longtime Arkansas Clinton-hater, tried to get her to come forward. She did not. Yoakum evidently was at a meeting with Rogers and Broaddrick where they discussed the incident and whether or not Broaddrick should talk publicly about it. Evidently Broaddrick was worried no one would believe her (similar to what happened with Gennifer Flowers)..Late last week Republicans began to stream over to the Ford building to look at the materials. According to a source of mine there were about two dozen members who went to look at the material on Thursday and Friday. Many Republicans were talking up the new material as evidence that could come up at trial because it would show a pattern and practice of behavior (paying off or influencing women to keep quiet). According to Rep. Inglis under federal rule of evidence 441(B) something showing a pattern or practice can be admissible in a trial...Still, the potential that a rape charge could be leveled at the President makes the story one that can't be totally ignored.."

Drudge via e-mail 1/28/99 Freeper Senator Pardek ".Juanita Broaddrick has now told associates that she feels "betrayed" by NBC NEWS, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. One week ago, Broaddrick sat for an exclusive in-depth interview with NBC NEWS reporter Lisa Myers -- an interview that she was told would immediately air on NBC's DATELINE! Broaddrick doesn't hold Lisa Myers responsible for the building media nightmare, according to a source. Talk in the cafeteria at NBC'S New York headquarters on Wednesday had NBC NEWS anchorman Tom Brokaw threatening to resign if Andy "America's News Leader" Lack goes with the completed Lisa Myers package, one NBC producer, who asked not to be identified, said late Wednesday. Broaddrick is now being described as "emotionally drained" after the session with Myers. And since giving the interview, Broaddrick has confessed to a friend: "I'm so afraid over what is going to happen now."..Pro-Myers associates inside of the network question why the original Myers piece on Broaddrick aired, and now the actual interview with "Jane Doe #5" has hit a broadcast wall. "It was clear sailing, but now that Lisa has put the house up with the nails there is resistance by executives," said one pro-Myers source. And while no final decision on airing the interview has been made, the Myers situation has caused confusion throughout the ranks at NBC...

NewsMax.com 10/26/98 Carl Limbacher ". Perhaps what Juanita Broaddrick says happened to her some 20 years ago..That friend, Phillip Yoakum, reminded Broaddrick of her nightmare in a letter he wrote hoping to convince her to go public in 1992: "I was particularly distraught when you told me of your brutal rape by Bill Clinton ... [how] he started trying to kiss you and ran his hands all over your body until he ripped your clothes off, and how he bit your lip until you gave into his forcing sex upon you." (ABCNews.com, March 28, 1998) Yoakum's version of Broaddrick's story is corroborated by a nurse who treated her after the assault. Norma Rogers told NBC News last March that Juanita Broaddrick was "distraught, her lips were swollen at least double in size. ... ."

National Review/The Goldberg File 1/5/99 Jonah Goldberg "..Now, I've learned that there seems to be additional evidence out there (not in the Ford building and not in OIC's office) corroborating the allegations that Jane Doe #5 was assaulted by Bill Clinton and then intimidated into covering it up. I suspect you'll be reading about it soon. Let's assume that story is true, or assume it isn't, it doesn't really matter. But again, would anybody be surprised? Would any opinions change? What is it about this man that his actual allies think he is capable of despicable things and they just don't care?."

newsmax.com 2/4/99 Carl Limbacher ".In an exclusive interview late last week, onetime Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Sheffield Nelson told NewsMax.com that for years he's known of a woman who alleged that then-Gov. Bill Clinton had raped her. Nelson refused to identify the victim but did emphasize that the woman, a friend of his wife's, was not Juanita Broaddrick. Reached at his Little Rock home on Thursday, Nelson revealed that he had met with Broaddrick and her friend, Phillip Yoakum, at her office in October 1992. Both Yoakum and Nelson were trying to convince Broaddrick to go public with her devastating account of a bruising sexual assault by Clinton 14 years earlier. Two years before that meeting, Nelson had failed to unseat Clinton in an election that earned the future president his fifth term as governor. Nelson informed Broaddrick that her unwanted encounter with Clinton was not unique. Still, Nelson told NewsMax.com, the other victim "will never come forward." One source familiar with the meeting revealed that one of the reasons the woman was reluctant to go public about her attack is because she had been drinking heavily when it occurred.."

Drudge 2/18/99 ".Completely frustrated that NBC NEWS has refused to air her interview, Juanita Broaddrick, aka Jane Doe #5, opens herself up to Friday's WALL STREET JOURNAL! .In a Little Rock hotel room, Bill Clinton forced Broaddrick onto a bed where he "held her down forcibly and bit her lips," says the report. "The sexual entry itself was not without some pain, she recalls, because of her stiffness and resistance..I felt paralyzed and was starting to cry.' As he got to the door, she remembers, he turned. 'This is the part that always stays in my mind -- the way he put on his sunglasses. Then he looked at me and said, 'You better put some ice on that.' And then he left.'"."

Wall Street Journal 2/19/99 Dorothy Rabinowitz ".They had not been there more than five minutes, Mrs. Broaddrick says, when he moved close as they stood looking out at the Arkansas River. He pointed out an old jailhouse and told her that when he became governor, he was going to renovate that place.. But the conversation did not linger long on the candidate's plans for social reform. For, Mrs. Broaddrick relates, he then put his arms around her, startling her.. The argument failed to persuade Mr. Clinton, who, she says, got her onto the bed, held her down forcibly and bit her lips. The sexual entry itself was not without some pain, she recalls, because of her stiffness and resistance. When it was over, she says, he looked down at her and said not to worry, he was sterile--he had had mumps when he was a child. "As though that was the thing on my mind--I wasn't thinking about pregnancy, or about anything," she says. "I felt paralyzed and was starting to cry." As he got to the door, she remembers, he turned. "This is the part that always stays in my mind--the way he put on his sunglasses. Then he looked at me and said, 'You better put some ice on that.' And then he left." Her friend Norma Rogers, a nurse who had accompanied her on the trip, found her on the bed. She was, Ms. Rogers related in an interview, in a state of shock--lips swollen to double their size, mouth discolored from the biting, her pantyhose torn in the crotch. "She just stayed on the bed and kept repeating, 'I can't believe what happened.' " Ms. Rogers applied ice to Juanita's mouth, and they drove back home, stopping along the way for more ice.."

Washington Post Page 1 Louis Romano Peter Baker ".Hers has been a story hidden in plain sight since last March, referred to in vague terms in Jones's court filings and Starr's impeachment report yet never explicitly a part of the now-concluded congressional debate over whether Clinton should be removed from office for trying to cover up his affair with Monica S. Lewinsky. Few in official Washington who have been privy to the Broaddrick story have been entirely sure what to make of it.. With no witnesses, Broaddrick's story is difficult to verify. But her account is corroborated to an extent by one person who has said they talked about it contemporaneously. Norma Rogers, an employee and friend who traveled with her to the conference, told The Post in separate interviews that she returned to the hotel room that day to find Broaddrick badly shaken and her lip swollen. They quickly packed and left, stopping to get ice for Broaddrick's lip on the way back to Van Buren, both later said. Rogers, who has since moved to a suburb of Tulsa, Okla., had not talked with Broaddrick for several years until the episode was resurrected in the Jones lawsuit. Before the two got back in touch, Rogers told The Post last spring: "It's true unless she has been lying to me for 20 years and I don't think she did. We were close enough at the time that if something else had happened I believe she would have told me.". Broaddrick said Clinton called her at the nursing home several times afterward but she would never take the call. The next time she recalled seeing him was in 1991, when she said she was summoned out of another nursing home meeting in Little Rock to meet with him. "It was unreal. . . . He kept trying to hold my hand," she said. "I can still remember his words. He said, 'Can you ever forgive me? I'm not the same man I used to be.' . . . I told him, 'You just go to hell.' And I walked away. I was shaking." ..Looking back, Broaddrick said yesterday that she does not believe she made a mistake by keeping quiet in 1978 but wishes she had come forward in 1992. "I feel that had I come out in '92, that it may have made a difference," she said. "I regret that." .."

3/23/98 Newsweek Evan Thomas, Martha Brant and Pat Wingert. "...It was late on the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 14, and Monica Lewinsky seemed to be more desperate than ever to reach her friend Linda Tripp. At loose ends before she began her new job in New York, Lewinsky was calling Tripp repeatedly from pay phones, for fear of being overheard--or wiretapped. Pulled out of a meeting at the Pentagon, Tripp finally got Lewinsky's call. According to a source familiar with Tripp's account, Tripp believed that Lewinsky had been crying. Lewinsky told Tripp that she had some "new ideas" about how Linda could testify in the Paula Jones case..."

Freeper Hillary's Lovely Legs reports on MSNBC's Equal Time 2/21/99 ".[Susan Estrich] . said that what Clinton did to Juanita in 1978 would not have been considered rape. Her reasoning was that ' things were different back then", what Clinton had with Juanita was sex, not rape. Her giggles after her comments were enough to make me puke. I would like to thank NOW for making this all possible.."

Freeper steves44 reports on FoxNews 2/24/99 re Juanita Broaddrick "…Just heard on Hanity&Colmes, from… Alan Colmes said "if this is true, he (Clinton) must go." With my own ears I heard it. Anyone else hear it?…"

Freeper Burr5 reports 2/24/99 re Juanita Broaddrick "…Wrong. Former New York State Lt. Gov. Betsey McCoy (sp?) Ross, one of Clinton's Blindest, most partisan defenders just said SHE BELIEVES JUANITA!!!! SHE ALSO SAYS OTHERS WILL GET ON BOARD!…"

Freeper debo21 reports 2/24/99 re Juanita Broaddrick "…On the other hand, switched to McLaughlin after the interview was over, on MSNBC, & saw a REMARKABLY STUPID young woman named Karen Foerstel suggest that this would have no impact on Clinton's enormous popularity, because, she said mechanically, the American people knew this about Clinton already and yet we really like this guy. Wrong on BOTH dimensions, of course--we weren't allowed to know about Juanita's rape, although THE NATIONAL PRESS HAS HAD THE STORY SINCE 1992, AS THE NEW YORK TIMES ITSELF CONFIRMED IN A STORY TODAY!!!!!! And, moreover, polls show we DON'T like this guy--we just have been convinced that his job performance is terrific…."

Freeper Yaya123 on Hockenberry "…Lisa Myers was on first. She retold the story. The other guests, Alter, Laura Ingraham, Barbara Olsen, Stuart Taylor, and James Warren. Olsen clearly shaken. Ingraham drove home the point, 'a rapist is in the White House'. Alter said she was credible, Warren agreed. Taylor said this would have been a story no matter who was president. With Carter, it wouldn't have been believed, but with Clinton, it is believeable. Hockenberry said no demo guests would come on tonight, clearly they were waiting to see how it unfolded. When Warren blamed this story coming out on the internet, Hockenberry corrected him & said it came out because of the impeachment and because it is believeable. Hockenberry took calls for the last half of the show, and said every call but one was against the president. Every call from a woman indicted the president, supported Juanita saying her actions over the years fit the profile of a raped woman…."

Washington Times 2/25/99 Joyce Howard Price "...Feminist lawyer Gloria Allred says she believes the public "has a right to know if there is a rapist in the White House as president,"just as it should know if a murderer is president.... Susan Bianchi-Sands,president of the National council of Womens Organizations,called Mrs.Broaddrick's accusation against Mr.Clinton"serious,since it sounds like a charge of assualt." "And as egregious as his behavior was"with Monica Lewinsky,"that involved consensual sex,and assault is certainly more serious,"Ms.Bianchi-Sands said yesterday. ...But Ms.Allred-who filed the first complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee about sexual misconduct by former Sen.Robert Packwood,Oregon Republican-said she knows firsthand that women raped by high-profile assailants don't always reprot the assaults... Denise Snyder,executive director of the D.C.Rape Crisis Center,said she's concerned that some people are raising questions about Mrs.Broaddrick's credibility,because of her "delay in coming forward" with the charges against Mr.Clinton. In fact,such delays are "quite normative when the assailant has a lot of power and a high public profile," "Society often assumes a sexual assault survivor is lying,"and a victim may fear she'll be blamed or suffer retaliation if she brings charges,Ms.Snyder said. If this occurs in the Broaddrick case,she said,"It will be fodder for the cannon aimed at sexual assault survivors"and could prompt other women to keep such incidents secret...."

Freeper Lex on MSNBC 2/25/99 "...Keith [Waters] was on MSNBC and yes, I heard him call Juanita a slut too. I believe there was a panel of 3 or 4 talking heads ( Bob Dornan was there). Keith was spinning so fast, I thought he was going to explode. Someone else on the panel heard him use the word "slut" too, and asked Keith "did you call Juanita a slut? As usual, the talking heads were all talking at once, so Keith's comment went unchallenged. ..."

Freeper TheHunter 2/25/99 "...Yes, Keith Waters called Mrs. B a slut. It was on MSNBC's Newchat or Internight program. Mr. Waters was experiencing a case of high blood pressure while defending his Idol, Bill Clinton. He was involved in an interchange with Bob Dornan. When it was Mr. Waters turn to respond he stated his comeback by saying, "she's a slut". It appeared by the look on his face that he realized what he said and quickly started to say whatever it was that he wanted to say. Mr. Dornan caught it and asked something to the effect "what did you say?" Mr. Waters ignored the question and finished ramming his point through. After that point, Mr. Waters continued to hypocritically chastise Mr. Dornan for calling Clinton a rapist. No one on the program, including the hostess, called Mr. Waters to task for his mean-spirited, out-of-line name calling. In other words, he called her a slut and got away with it...."

Equal Time with Oliver North and Cynthia Alksne 25 Feb 99 MSNBC's Equal Time Freeper Evocatus reports "…Cynthia Alksne (for the lefties) and Bay Buchanan (for the righties and subbing for Oliver North) are substantially agreeing on the credibility of and power in Juanita Broaddrick's story…." Freeper PubsRus adds "…Cynthia stated she draws the line on rape and that she believes Juanita Broaddrick. She was adamant tonight about believing this story. She did not defend the IMPOTUS.."

2/25/99 Freeper Burr5 reports on Golden Show "...Juanita's SON, David (?) Hickey says he has heard that the RAPE victim of [Clinton] from his college days at Oxford may tell her story to the US press very soon. I heard him say it on the James... Golden show this afternoon...."

2/25/99 The Associated Press/KTVU/Fox 2 San Francisco http://www.bayinsider.com/ A Whitewater Researcher "...EXCERTS: "Fliers calling President Clinton a "sexual predator" dotted a tony San Francisco neighborhood Thursday where he was scheduled to attend a fund-raising dinner....The bright yellow fliers with a large black excla mation point down the middle followed a Dateline NBC report Wednesday night in which an Arkansas woman described an alleged sexual assault by Bill Clinton 21 years ago...."NEIGHBORHOOD ALERT!" the fliers scream. "SEXUAL PREDATOR headed our way...."METHOD OF OPERATION..."Exposing himself..."Groping vulnerable females..."-- AND MOST ALARMING --"SUSPECT IS ACCUSED RAPIST"...The fliers tell viewers to refer to articles in the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post before continuing:..."Predator will be g uest of honor at $25,000 per person fundraiser at the Gordon and Ann Getty residence...."ESTIMATED ARRIVAL..."FEBRUARY 25 OR 26..."SUSPECT NAME..."WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON..."AKA 'SLICK WILLIE'...At the bottom of the flier, in very small type, are the wo rds: "But he's so GOOD on women's issues..."

Rasmussen Research http://www.portraitofamerica.com/ 2/26/99 Freeper A Whitewater Researcher "...EXCERPTS: "By a two-to-one margin (57%-25%), those who saw Juanita Broaddrick being interviewed say that they believe her. Just over 20% of American adults say that they have seen at least part of the interview....Broaddrick is the woman formerly known as Jane Doe #5 who says Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1978....The numbers may be affected by the fact that people with a lower opinion of the President were more likely to have seen the interview....Among those who saw the interview, 42% have a favorable impression of Broaddrick, while 26% have an unfavorable opinion. Still, 30% of those with an unfavorable opinion say that they believe her story....Nationally, including those who did not see the interview, 16% say they have a favorable opinion of Broaddrick and 16% have an unfavorable view. 68% did not know who she was or did not have an opinion....The survey was conducted by Rasmussen Research...."

Freeper mojo OIC Supplemental Materials (10/2/98) pg 2700 "…MS. TRIPP: This one-this one's huge. It'll leak. It'll be denials, we-we assume. Correct? MS. LEWINSKY: Well, from that other sheet of everything he said, there was-those are definitely denials. MS. TRIPP: Yeah. MS. LEWINSKY: I wonder how he'll explain that 128-minute call to Juanita. MS. TRIPP: 158. MS. LEWINSKY: 158 to Juanita. MS. TRIPP: Say it wasn't him, I guess. MS. LEWINSKY: Or, well, I mean the truth is, is it could have been-"I really don't remember." MS. TRIPP: (Laughter) …" per FoxNews 3/4/99 This is a different Juanita.

New York Post 2/20/99 Brian Blomquist Freeper ProTruth ".The 56-year-old nursing-home owner claims Clinton bit her lips, forced her to have sex with him, then told her not to worry because he was "sterile" due to a child-hood bout with the mumps.. She alleges that after Clinton painfully forced her into sex, he put on his sunglasses and told her as he was leaving, "You'd better put some ice on your face."."

New York Post 2/20/99 Steve Dunleavy ".JUANITA BROADDRICK said yesterday "Bill Clinton is a cold bastard who might have been killed if he had not been governor of Arkansas." Broaddrick claims Clinton sexually assaulted her in a Little Rock hotel room in April 1978. "If my husband had his way at the time he would have killed him," she told me from her home in Van Buren, Ark. "If as governor of Arkansas he had not been so well-protected, I shudder to think what my husband would have done or what would have happened.".. The NBC interview never appeared and to this day remains a journalistic mystery. "A week after I did the interview with NBC I was still pretty shaken up about the whole thing. I called and asked them what was happening," she said. "I was told that I was very credible and they were still researching the story." What NBC does with their exclusive interviews is entirely their business. But journalists still have giant question marks on their face as to why it has not yet appeared. "I honestly don't know why, but one has to wonder," Broaddrick said. "Considering that I gave the interview at the time of the impeachment hearings, I don't know. "Anyway, I've said what I've said and I think that no one would doubt my credibility. "As for Clinton himself, it's quite obvious what I think about him." If the allegations by Monica Lewinsky are true, if the allegations by Paula Jones are true, if the allegations by Kathleen Willey are true, and if the allegations by Broaddrick are true, then there is a particularly important resident of Pennsylvania Avenue who needs a lot of professional help.."

Laissez Faire City Times 2/22/99 Rex Rogers "."Juanita Broaddrick's, yet to break, 'very credible' interview with NBC, and her subsequent actions in 'going on the record' with the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and the Associated Press has broken the dam wide-open! "The Whitehouse is in panic. New attack victims are coming out of the woodwork like rats fleeing a sinking ship," Washington insiders are saying. Fear of reprisal is waning. From England, Canada and even Yale University, alleged victims, belatedly enraged, seem to be getting braver and more are going on the record with official allegations.."Bill Clinton may even resign over this, if it gets much worse," a scandal hardened reporter exclaims, "There is a breaking point. Even in the establishment press. To people outside the beltway, it's beginning to look like the US president is a serial sex offender. This is truly unbelievable", he says. "'Cold Bastard Bill'," [quoting Broaddrick], "just chews 'em up, and spits 'em out like chicken wings!".Sources say the 'War Room' was vacant Saturday afternoon, and rumors spreading on the internet hint that major team players are considering resignation themselves. Could this be the beginning of the end? ."

Sunday Telegraph (Australia) 2/21/99 Ian Cobain "...THE scandal which has secretly terrified Bill Clinton for years burst into the open yesterday when claims that he raped a woman appeared in America's most respected newspaper. He was said to be "utterly dumbfounded" that the Wall Street Journal had published the allegations. ...What occurred that night in Room 824 has been the subject of at least three secret inquiries: by investigators working for Paula Jones' lawyers, by the FBI, and by a woman police sergeant on attachment to the House of Representatives judiciary committee. At least one investigation team concluded that the President was guilty of rape. The allegation is that Mr Clinton tried to persuade Mrs Broaddrick to sleep with him. When that failed, he is said to have ripped her clothes, and bit her lip hard until she succumbed...."

Washington Times 2/22/99 John McCaslin "..."All trained criminal investigators who have interviewed Mrs. Broaddrick, including House Judiciary Committee law enforcement officers detailed to that committee, have found her ... very credible," Mr. Aldrich tells this column.... "

Electronic Telegraph 2-22-99 Hugh Davies "...Mrs Broaddrick, 56, said: "Bill Clinton is a cold bastard who might have been killed if he had not been governor of Arkansas." She said she feared that her husband might take revenge against Mr Clinton for what she claimed was a "horrible" attack on her in a Little Rock hotel bedroom. "If, as governor of Arkansas, he had not been so well protected, I shudder to think what my husband would have done or what would have happened," she said. Mrs Broaddrick said that Mr Clinton had long been "covering his tracks" about the incident. ..."

NewsMax.com 2/23/99 Inside Cover "...Broaddrick's nurse-friend Norma Rogers told Paula Jones investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert, who were recently interviewed for an upcoming NewsMax.com report, that the wounds were so bad that one lip was nearly torn in two. What accounts for such rabid brutality? According to a former rape investigator with the New Orleans Police Department, who contacted NewsMax.com confidentially, lip biting is a common M.O. for rapists. She told Inside Cover: "The reason rapists bite is because, even with the full weight of her attacker on top of her, the woman is often able to resist the parting of her legs by locking her ankles. The rapist's arms are busy keeping her pinned down. The only weapon the rapist has left is his teeth, which he uses to bite while demanding she open her legs. The lips are very sensitive. Biting them is so painful it distracts the victim, allowing a rapist to overcome her resistance. The victim can only hold out for so long as the blood flows into her mouth. Some women are stronger than others and I've seen their lips half-torn from their faces before they give up."..."

AP 2/24/99 "…At times tearful, Juanita Broaddrick appeared on national television Wednesday describing an alleged sexual assault by Bill Clinton 21 years ago. ``I was a little bit uneasy, but I felt a real friendship toward this man and I really didn't feel any danger'' in letting him come up to her Little Rock, Ark., hotel room during a nursing administrators' conference in 1978, she told NBC's ``Dateline.'' In the interview, taped Jan. 20 but held by the network until Wednesday night, Mrs. Broaddrick cried briefly as she detailed the alleged assault and she said of Clinton, ``my hatred for him is overwhelming.'' She said he forced himself on her when she ``pushed him away and told him `no.''' …"

2/25/99 Michael Kelly Page A23 "...So now Bill Clinton has been accused, publicly, and it appears with some real credibility, of rape.... The 55-year-old Broaddrick is, as the Journal's Rabinowitz writes, "a woman of accomplishment, prosperous, successful in her field, serious; a woman seeking no profit, no book, no lawsuit." She is no one James Carville can casually smear as trailer trash, but a nurse who built up a company of five nursing homes in Arkansas. Moreover, Broaddrick was a reluctant witness, keeping her story secret for two decades.... And Broaddrick's account is highly specific, filled with small, precise points of recollection that do not seem the sort of details someone would make up...Moreover, Broaddrick's account is supported by the account of a friend and fellow nurse, Norma Rogers, who told the Journal that she found Broaddrick in her hotel room shortly after the alleged assault "in a state of shock -- lips swollen to double their size, mouth discolored from the biting, her pantyhose torn in the crotch." It is also supported by her then-boyfriend (now-husband), David Broaddrick, who says his wife reluctantly told him of the assault soon afterward. But above all, Broaddrick's story is believable because of its wretched familiarity...."

Mark Steyn National Post 2/25/99 "...He raped her. That's what she told Lisa Myers of NBC News back in January, just as the impeachment trial was getting underway. But the network got cold feet -- unlike the president, who always keeps his socks on. "The good news is you're credible," Miss Myers informed her interviewee. "The bad news is you're very credible" -- a problem peculiar to American journalism. Last night, with Mr. Clinton acquitted and Senator-elect Rodham cruising to victory in the New York primary, NBC decided it was finally safe to air Miss Myers' report on Dateline. So what will happen now? Nothing. He raped her. Old news. Get over it. Move on. The country's reached "closure." ..."

NewsMax.Com 2/25/99 Lucianne Goldberg AKA Trixie "... In an interview with Canada's National Post, Goldberg hinted that not all allegations of forcible sexual assault by Bill Clinton are 20 years old. Here's how the National Post covered Goldberg's revelation on Tuesday: Lucianne explains, for instance, that she is unsurprised by the failure of the latest "cold bastard" allegations of "rape" against Mr. Clinton involving Jane Doe 5. So far, this charge has failed to get much beyond the Drudge Report, the tabloid New York Post and the Wall Street Journal. That is why she is now promising yet another tale, a Jane Doe 6. "It's assault, not rape because there was no sexual entry," she says. "It occurred since he became president, and comes from someone who cannot be faulted."

NewsMax.com 2/23/99 Inside Cover Report "...One of the more shocking aspects of Juanita Broaddrick's rape allegation against President Clinton is the way she says he forced her to submit. After pushing her down on a hotel room bed, Broaddrick says Clinton bit her lips until they bled. Broaddrick's nurse-friend Norma Rogers told Paula Jones investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert, who were recently interviewed for an upcoming NewsMax.com report, that the wounds were so bad that one lip was nearly torn in two...."

Freeper report 2/2/8/99Allan J. Favish "...Lisa Myers said on Meet the Press this morning that the reason Starr's investigators deemed their April 1998 interview with Broaddrick to be "inconclusive" is because Braoddrick broke down during the interview after telling them that something happened, but did not tell them that she was assaulted and raped and the investigators did not press her for details...."

Freeper report 2/28/99 4Liberty "... "Meet the Press" had a roundtable discussion with Howie Kurtz, Gene Lyons, Tim Russert, Lisa Meyers. They all looked completely dazed and sickened by the Broaddrick story - even Gene Lyons, a long-time Clinton-enabler. Lyons continued his small, defensive noises about Clinton, but he couldn't even look at the camera. Lisa Meyers was DEFENDING Ken Starr at length. She carefully and accurately responded to a question from Time Russert regarding the matter of why this horrid rape accusation was not formally introduced during the Impeachment hearings, by Ken Starr's Office. Lisa carefully explained that Starr's IC mandate was to investigate Obstruction of Justice activities by Clinton, only - including possible obstructions in the Paula Jones Trial. Meyers observed that Ken Starr's people interviewed Juanita, and Mrs. Broaddrick stated to them that she was not threatened or tampered with by Bill or the WH, with regard to her participation in the PJ trial -- so, Mr. Starr had to drop it, by Law. And he did. LISA MEYERS OF NBC WAS DEFENDING STARR -- AND WAS QUITE SYMPATHETIC TO STARR'S - REASONABLE - APPROACH TO JUANITA IN LIGHT OF THE REALITY OF HIS OFFICE'S LIMITED MANDATE, AND INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS. She in essence concluded that Judge Starr was acting carefully, judiciously, and in accordance with the Law. - that Starr was not "out of control," "partisan," or "out to get" Clinton...."

Freeper report 2/28/99 snoopyone "...There was a roundtable discussion on MTP with Susan Estrich (shameless ostrich), Bill Bennett, and Patricia Ireland. I, and a few other very observant FReepers caught what Bill Bennett said at the beginning of the discussion - that White house operatives are now admitting "on background" to many news organizations that Bill Clinton WAS at the Camelot Hotel on the morning of April 25, 1978. Interestingly, the same episode of MTP later had on Lisa Myers, who reiterated that the White House refused to answer a single question she posed to them prior to the airing of the interview with Broaddrick. They would not admit if Clinton had ever met Broaddrick, if there was any sex of any kind, etc. They would not divulge to her any information about Clinton's whereabouts around the time of the alleged assault, among other things. The White House does have files relating to Clinton's stint as Arkansas Attorney General, but refused to answer Myers' questions when the info was at their fingertips. The admission, even if "on background", that Clinton was there is a SERIOUS one!!! ..."

Political Digest 3/4/99 James Pinkerton "…Lawrence O'Donnell, for example was asked on "The McLaughlin Group" how long he thought the Broaddrick story would last: "I think the polls will come out in the president's favor on this," he answered, predicting: "I don't think the story's going to have legs." But as Lt. Columbo used to say, "There's just one little thing." And the little thing that could haunt Clinton is not the two- decades-old incident that Broaddrick alleges, but rather the 15-month old incidents that U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright remembers.

On February 16, Wright indicated that she might hold Clinton in contempt of court for his false deposition testimony in the Paula Jones lawsuit…. If Wright were to conclude that Clinton was in any way complicit with Broaddrick's false affidavit, or even that he knew it was false when Broaddrick filed it, he could face civil or even criminal contempt…. Young Susan Webber, one of his students, handed in her final exam and awaited her grade. But instead of getting a mark, she got a phone call, from none other than Prof. Clinton's girlfriend Hillary Rodham. Rodham told Webber that Clinton had lost her exam, and offered a deal: Take a B-plus for the course and forget about seeing the exam back. Webber said no, insisting on taking the exam again. This incident from a quarter-century ago illustrates that some of Clinton's ways with women have changed little. Then and now, he overextends himself, gets in trouble, and Hillary tries to bail him out Of course, the Broaddrick allegations show a possible dark side to his manipulativeness, and that's what Webber - the student - turned Wright - the judge - might want to explore. Joseph DeGenova, a former Republican prosecutor, speculates that Wright could inquire into "the facts and circumstances" surrounding the creeation of the original false affidavit….. "

NewsMax 3/4/99 Larry Elder "… Yes, she [Juanita] signed an affidavit in the Paula Jones case, denying a sexual assault. But when the federal investigators came calling, and testimony before the grand jury seemed plausible, Broaddrick recanted. Didn't someone named Monica Lewinsky also sign a false affidavit, which she, too, later recanted? Gennifer Flowers. Paula Jones. Monica Lewinsky. Kathleen Willey. Dolly Kyle Browning. And now, Juanita Broaddrick. Liars, all. Never mind that the president wagged his finger at us, saying, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky." Never mind the Gennifer Flowers tape recording of the then-governor in which he said, " ... if everybody's on record denying it (the relationship), you got no problems." A Fox poll, following "Dateline's" Broaddrick interview, shows that 54 percent of Americans believe Broaddrick's allegation. Only 23 percent find the charges untrue. And, post-impeachment trial polls show that 84 percent of Americans believe the president both committed perjury and obstructed justice. This means most Americans consider the president a felon and not just a run-of-the-mill felon but a rapist felon…."

WorldNetDaily 3/4/99 Stephan Archer "…A Virginia chapter of the National Organization for Women is congratulating for her courage Juanita Broaddrick, the 56-year-old business woman who accused President Clinton of raping her and is demanding that Clinton resign. Marie-Jose Ragab, the president of Virginia's Dulles Area chapter of NOW, said that her chapter believes Broaddrick's story and gives her its full support. It is Ragab's hope that Broaddrick's courage will give other women who may have been victimized by Clinton a voice in the nation's public forum. "We hope that her strength and resolve will inspire other women possibly victimized by Mr. Clinton to come forward and speak up as well," she said….Ragab is appalled that some women are once again feeling afraid in the workplace. She said she's also unimpressed with those Democrats who rebuke the president for his lack of moral decency and then turn around and whole-heartedly support him. "Although we believe Mr. Clinton is guilty of perjury and obstruction of justice as charged, we accept the judgments rendered by the Senate," Ragab said. "We are, however, unmoved by the display of moral outrage Democrats profess to feel toward a man they otherwise passionately support, someone we concluded uses and abuses women and then seeks to destroy those who attempt to expose the harm they suffered." …"

WorldNetDaily.com 3/5/99 John N. Doggett "…If you feared that Bill and his supporters would get away with murder when the Senate refused to remove him from office, don't you worry. In the real world, there are always consequences for one's actions. Bill may be a master of spin, but now that the Senate trial is over, he has lost control of the dial. Last week, Mrs. Juanita Broaddrick accused Bill of raping her 21 years ago. Bill would like to deny her accusations, but he has to keep silent. You see, the statue of limitations has run in the Broaddrick case. If, however, Bill denies Mrs. Broaddrick's allegations, she can sue him for liable and slander and force him to testify under oath. So all the master of spin can do is bite his tongue. Such is the life of the inhabitants of Dante's purgatory. Hillary told us that Bill's problems were the result of a "vast right wing conspiracy to destroy her husband." Did the right wing force him to have sex with hundreds of women during your marriage? Did the right wing force him to have sex with Monica while you and your daughter were down the hall? Did the right wing force Bill to lie to the world? Al Gore desperately wants to be our next president. Instead of siding with the forces of good, he steadfastly refused to turn on Bill Clinton. In fact, when the House impeached Bill, Al told the world that "Clinton is one of the best presidents America has ever had." Al made a pact with the devil. His price will be that he will never obtain the one thing he covets more than truth, honor, or justice…."

Wall St. Journal 3-5-99 Cynthia Alksne "…Women have solidly supported President Clinton through the Lewinsky scandal and the impeachment trial. On balance, we thought he was good on so-called women's issues and were not willing to turn our backs on him based solely on a consensual relationship with a young intern. Despite this history of loyalty, feminists need to take a much harder look at Mr. Clinton in the wake of Juanita Broaddrick's allegations. Here, in a nutshell, is the problem: Ms. Broaddrick says the president raped her. Her word alone should be sufficient to require a serious response from the president, particularly in light of the support he has enjoyed from feminists and female voters. Instead, the president had his lawyer, David Kendall, issue a perfunctory statement that the charges were "absolutely false"--a statement Mr. Kendall is in no position to verify--and has refused to answer any specific questions. In essence, the president is suggesting that Juanita Broaddrick's corroborated word is not "evidence" and therefore does not merit a response. Yet one woman's word is enough to prosecute a rapist…"

 

The Washington Post 3/4/99 John Harris "…Asked about Juanita Broaddrick's recent allegations that Clinton assaulted her 21 years ago in an Arkansas hotel room, Shalala said she has reached no conclusion about whether she believes Broaddrick or the terse denial issued by Clinton's lawyer - and said she doesn't need to in order to do her job…."

Juanita Broaddrick 3/7/99 Freeper Danno "…Hello Daniel, I have been reading on FR this am about members thinking that I may have something to hide. Please be assured that the 158 minute Juanita is not me and that I have nothing to hide regarding Starr, Clinton or anyone. I have no idea who they are referring to. It is as much a mystery to my family and I as it is to all of you. I wish someone would ask Linda Tripp about it, today. Maybe she can shed some light on the subject. Would you please relay this information to the forum. Also, please let them know that my husband, except for the time that he told BC to stay away from me, has never talked to Clinton or any of his people. The only time I have ever talked to BC was at the time of the incident in '78 and when he had me called out of the meeting in '91 and once on the telephone in 78 or 79 when I told him to stop calling me. Thank you very much. Sincerely,Juanita Broaddrick…"

UPI 3/7/99 "…Linda Tripp, the woman who secretly recorded her telephone conversations with Monica Lewinsky, told ABC's ``This Week'' (Sunday) there is another woman named Juanita ``who has not yet surfaced.'' Tripp said the woman in question was not Juanita Broaddrick, who recently alleged Clinton sexually assaulted her 21 years ago, but that Clinton had talked on the telephone with this woman for 158 minutes in 1996.'…"

3/7/99 chuck allen via Varmint Al "…There are three women named Juanita on the 967 FBI files found in the White House. Here are the three names. Juanita Mae Doggett Juanita Donaghey Duggan Mildred Juanita Hill…"

Assorted Publications 3/7/99 K. Dhalle "…I did a search of published newspapers and discovered that a number of women named "Juanita" had the misfortune of having their name in print with Bill Clinton's. Here's they are: Juanita Cobb, Mayor of Binghamton, New York Juanita Kreps, former Commerce Secretary and Economics Professor at Duke University. Appointed to Commission for the Future of Worker Management Relations in March 1993. Juanita Jordan, wife of basketball star Michael Jordan. Juanita's, Clinton's favorite restaurant in Arkansas that got its start with a loan from Madison Guaranty. Juanita Hernandez, Assistant to Deval Patrick, Civil Rights Chief at the Department of Justice (1994). Juanita Nixon, wife of Red Sox outfielder Otis Nixon, visited Clinton at the White House in '94 with a group involved in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Foundation. Juanita Millender-McDonald, Democratic Representative from California. Juanita, The Incan Mummy Clinton had the hots for. Also known as "The Ice Princess." Juanita Williams, Delegate to the Democratic National Convention (1996). Juanita Woodward, wife of Larry Woodward and overnight guests at the White House. Listed as Arkansas friends…."

CNN 3/8/99 Larry King Live Transcript "… LARRY KING, HOST: Tonight, Juanita Broaddrick claims that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her 21 years ago. Tonight, her son, Kevin Hickey, speaks out for her….. HICKEY: Oh, I think it happened to other people. There have been allegations out there that this happened to other people. I don't think this was a one-time thing. I think the public is very interested in this. We didn't really know what the reaction would be after she did the interview, but it has been obvious the last couple of weeks that there are a lot of major people in politics, in the media that are calling for Bill Clinton to talk about this because so far he hasn't…..HICKEY: I think that he's set a terrible precedent for the presidency. I think that he has -- has done something and basically gotten away with it. What's to prevent some president 15 years from now from doing the same thing, having an affair with an intern in the Oval Office, and then completely getting away with it? I -- I think that's a terrible precedent to set, but I think that's the one that has been set….. HICKEY: I think that Bill Clinton has some serious problems. And I think he has -- I think he has a -- a sexualism that he cannot control sometimes, and I think when it gets out of control, you end up with situations like Paula Jones and Kathleen Willie and my mother. And I think he has a real problem…. KING: The story that won't go away. We continue with our panel…. KING: David Gergen, do you believe his mother? DAVID GERGEN, EDITOR-AT-LARGE, U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT: Well, Larry, I kept thinking -- listening to him as the two of you talked -- what mother would tell her son that she had been raped if it hadn't happened? That's what really gave me pause. I think it added to the credibility of the story. It's possible that they're participating in some huge frame-up of the president. But he seems like a plain vanilla kind of guy. And it's just -- he was persuasive. KING: Dee Dee, you worked for Clinton. DEE DEE MYERS, FORMER WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: I certainly am not going to raise any questions about the credibility of Juanita Broaddrick or her son, Kevin, who I thought told his story quite... KING: David made a good point. What mother would lie to her son about being raped? MYERS: You would hope that nobody would. I mean, certainly, I saw her on another network, on NBC, and I thought she seemed like she was quite credible. And I thought he did a very straightforward recitation of what they have been through. And he obviously believes his mother. And I thought he was quite credible. KING: Jeff. JEFF GREENFIELD, CNN SENIOR ANALYST: I am actually astonished almost at where the last two statements leave us. The two people who work for the president are at least unwilling to say, no, I believe the president -- that nothing happened that amounted to an assault. I mean, you need... MYERS: Well... GREENFIELD: I understand that it might be... MYERS: He hasn't said anything yet, Jeff. We don't have the president's comment on this. GREENFIELD: Yes, he has. No, what you have is his lawyer saying any allegation of an assault is absolutely false. And that has been repeated, and in fact, that's all they've said…."

N.Y. Post 3/9/99 WILLIAM KRISTOL "…Asked about Juanita Broaddrick's recent allegations that Clinton assaulted her 21 years ago in an Arkansas hotel room, [Donna] Shalala said she has reached no conclusion about whether she believes Broaddrick or the terse denial issued by Clinton's lawyer - and said she doesn't need to in order to do her job. ''I take all of this very seriously,'' Shalala said of Broaddrick's allegations, adding that ''I do not compartmentalize'' by making separate judgments about personal conduct and public performance. At the same time, Shalala said, ''I'm both a patriot and a professional; I serve the nation and the president.'' This conviction, she said, allows her to pursue what she considers important issues on Clinton's behalf without knowing for sure what to believe about his past. So: A cabinet secretary is agnostic as to whether or not the president she works for is a rapist. At least Donna Shalala has the courage to admit her uncertainty. No other Clinton administration official with whom the Post spoke was willing to be quoted on the record about the Broaddrick allegation. One unnamed aide did admit, ''I think you have to be troubled by it; she seems very credible.'' …"

NewsMax.com Inside Cover 3/9/99 "…Bill Clinton personally tried to contact Juanita Broaddrick within a year of an April 25, 1978 encounter where, she says, he brutally raped her at Little Rock's Camelot Motel. The stunning revelation was offered this weekend by Mrs. Broaddrick herself, in a message she asked to have posted on the Free Republic website. "Freepers" have been following her case closely ever since NBC refused to air an exclusive interview with the alleged Clinton rape victim in January. Mrs. Broaddrick had previously acknowledged only two instances where she and Clinton had personal contact: The month of her alleged rape and again in 1991 when she was summoned out of a meeting to hear Clinton's apology. But in her latest communiqué she mentions a third contact from Clinton, " ... once on the telephone in '78 or '79 when I told him to stop calling me." Broaddrick did not indicate how many times Clinton tried to contact her before demanding that he "stop calling me." …"

Weekly Standard 3/15/99 Noemie Emery "…Once upon a time, it is now hard to believe, feminists thought that rape could be serious. Very serious. Exceedingly serious. One of the most serious accusations you could make. It was not only grim in itself, it was also a metaphor, a symbol for the whole sorry state of sexual matters that feminists vowed to correct…. In 1990, Clayton Williams, Republican candidate for governor of Texas, told a bad joke comparing rape to bad weather--"When rape if inevitable, relax and enjoy it"--and his mere word brought loud screams, NOW pickets, and charges that no such man should ever hold power. But those were the old day of consciousness-raising…They are being told now that the accused male merits the presumption of innocence; that without absolute proof, the man's word is valid; that if it's an old story, it no longer has meaning; and that a rape charge shouldn't be allowed to interfere with the career of a prominent man. Thus, Juanita Broaddrick's credible charge of a rape accompanied by physical battery by a man who was then attorney general of Arkansas and is now our president is too meaningless to merit a word of reproach from, among others, Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Susan Faludi, Eleanor Smeal, former congresswoman and vocal feminist Patricia Schroeder, former governor and vocal feminist Ann Richards, or Geraldine Ferraro, vocal feminist and former candidate for the vice presidency of the United States. On cable chat shows, the ever-flexible Elizabeth Holtzman, her grin stretched as tight as a death's-head, expresses great concern for the imperiled rights of Bill Clinton. How do you defend yourself against such a charge? she wonders. On Crossfire, Clinton friend Susan Estrich claims that in the absence of proof, the benefit of the doubt goes to the accused, who is then declared innocent. But if so, innocence must also be granted to Clarence Thomas, whose denial of a far lesser charge was so much more forceful than Clinton's, and against whom no scintilla of corroborating evidence has ever been brought. So, are the apologies to Justice in the mail? Thought not…. Feminists have also made much of the power equation, according to which social arrangements are themselves weapons of intimidation, used against women by men. Indeed, Mrs. Broaddrick's charges involve not only rape, but rape by a government official, a man of vast institutional power, charged with upholding the law. …One such instance is what Brownmiller calls "police rape," in which the violation is done by an authority figure, charged with keeping these things from happening. Bill Clinton in 1978, at the time Mrs. Broaddrick says he raped her, was the top cop in his state, soon to be governor, then president, making the assault she charges him with the ultimate perversion of power. As Brownmiller writes, "The horror of police rape is special, for it is an abuse of power by one whose job it is to control such abuses of power... Police rape... represents the ultimate Kafkaesque nightmare, for when society's chosen figure of lawful authority commits a criminal act upon one of those persons he has been sanctioned to protect, where can a woman turn for justice?" Not, it appears, to the women in Congress, who used to call themselves members-at-large on behalf of all women, whose special beleaguered constituency was their imperiled and endangered sex Phone calls to the offices of senators Barbara Boxer, Barbara Mikulski, Dianne Feinstein, and Patty Murray (all of them strong backers of Clarence Thomas's accuser, Anita Hill) and representatives Nita Lowey, Rosa DeLauro, Zoe Lofgren, Carolyn Maloney, and Nancy Pelosi brought refusals to comment, unreturned messages, statements that the reported incident happened too long ago for comment, and assurances that the members were working on more pressing issues…."

Weekly Standard 3/15/99 Noemie Emery "…Quietly, the terrain has been subtly altered. And the things that have been changed are these: (1) Bill Clinton's plan to win the verdict of history is now all but finished. He will not succeed in painting impeachment as a partisan witch hunt, punishing him for his personal shortcomings. His legacy now has been set in concrete: He is the first elected president ever impeached and acquitted; and the first president to be credibly charged with a rape…. Has anyone noticed that, since the Broaddrick interview, the once pervasive talk about the mean, nasty, intolerant, out-of-step Republican party has more or less disappeared? Maybe Bill Clinton was not quite such a victim. Maybe the stories of Paula Jones and Kathleen Willey appear more disturbing, more like predation than sex. The dread House managers now seem somewhat less sinister, in view of what their quarry is thought to have done…. (2) Has anyone also noticed that, since the airing of the Broaddrick charges, the heavy breathing about Senator Rodham has somewhat died down?… But one thing a candidate for high public office cannot do is refuse to answer serious questions on crime. The day after the Broaddrick interview aired on Dateline, Rush Limbaugh introduced almost every segment of his three-hour radio program with cuts from Mrs. Clinton's ringing 1992 endorsement of Anita Hill, which called Hill a heroine and urged women victims of abuse to step forward. As a candidate, Hillary would be fair game….. (3) A Hillary retreat would take some heat off the hustings, but the story wouldn't quite end there. Her stand-in, Rep. Nita Lowey, an early and ardent Anita Hill backer, would herself draw Broaddrick questions. As would all feminist Democrats facing tight races in the 2000 elections. Did they fight Packwood? Did they hate Tailhook? Did they back Hill? What is the difference between Hill's case, and Broaddrick's, except that Broaddrick's charges are so much more serious? ….Every feminist Democrat, male or female; everyone who ever backed the Violence Against Women Act and then either defended Bill Clinton or has said nothing about him, is now fair game for repeated questions and protests and pickets from women themselves….. (4) Broaddrick's charges bring up another quality of Bill Clinton's that is even more disturbing than anything broached so far: his strained relationship with what most people regard as real life. To many, O.J. Simpson's odd lack of outrage when he was charged with the murders of his wife and Ronald Goldman was the tip-off that all was not kosher. Likewise, Clinton's reaction to Mrs. Broaddrick's story seems... strange…"

Weekly Standard 3/15/99 Fred Barnes "… WHERE ARE THE DEMOCRATS? Only a few weeks ago, they were indignant that anyone would think they took a permissive attitude toward President Clinton's wrongdoing. While opposed to impeachment and conviction in the Monica Lewinsky case, congressional Democrats insisted President Clinton should not go unpunished. "Most of us do not want to have the public believe that an acquittal means acceptance of the behavior," said Democratic Senator Carl Levin of Michigan. So they favored strong censure of the president, and, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California said, no one should doubt their motive. They weren't just looking for political cover. Now, weeks later, Juanita Broaddrick has accused Clinton of raping her in 1978. Now, there's no threat of impeachment and no criminal investigation. Now, Democrats are seeking no punishment at all. They're suddenly restrained and quiet. No Democrat has demanded that the truth be determined in the case. No Democrat has called for Congress or law enforcement officials to get to the bottom of the case, lest the public think the charge is being winked at. No Democrat has expressed outrage that Clinton might actually be guilty of sexual assault. Only one congressional Democrat, Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota, has even said the president should respond directly to Broaddrick's accusation. One more thing--Clinton's attorney has called the charge "absolutely false." But no Democrat has stepped forward in public and said he or she believes this denial…."

Salon 3/16/99 Christopher Hitchens "… It seems to me morally feeble, as well as intellectually slack, to split the difference between Clinton and Broaddrick, or to characterize her allegation as unprovable. The feeblest summary of this compromise is contained in the lazy phrase "he said, she said." In the case of the "he," we already know that he is a hysterical, habitual liar. We also know that almost no allegation ever made by a woman and denied by him has proven to be untrue. And we know that ex-girlfriends have been subjected to extraordinary campaigns of defamation, amounting in some cases to intimidation, merely for speaking about "consensual" sex. What allegation could be more horrific than that of rape? And yet, "he" hasn't said anything yet. If I was accused of rape, and the woman making the charge was a lady of obvious integrity, I would want to do better than have a lawyer make a routine disclaimer. (Especially a lawyer, in this case the pathetic figure of David Kendall, who had not even met me at the time of the supposed crime.)…. So much for the "he said." What of the "she"? If the allegation is false, then Broaddrick is not just getting her facts wrong. She is deliberately fabricating one of the most damning charges that any one person can make against another. She must be a wicked or deluded or vicious person. There seems no escaping this corollary conclusion. There also seems no reason at all for reaching it. Where is the famous Clintonian rapid-response team? Has it no pride? Can it not find or produce any shadow of a doubt to cast on Broaddrick's character? I think that if it could, we would know by now A provisional but not unpardonable induction, then, is that she is speaking the truth…"

worldnetdaily.com 3/24/99 Joseph Farah "…[Sam Donaldson:] "Mr. President, when Juanita Broaddrick leveled her charges against you of rape in a nationally televised interview, your attorney, David Kendall, issued a statement denying them. But shouldn't you speak directly on this matter and reassure the public? And if they are not true, can you tell us what your relationship with Mrs. Broaddrick was, if any?" Clinton responded: "Well, five weeks ago today, five weeks ago today, I stood in the Rose Garden after the Senate voted, and I told you that I thought I owed it to the American people to give them 100 percent of my time and to focus on their business, and that I would leave it to others to decide whether they would follow that lead. And that is why I have decided, as soon as that vote was over, that I would allow all future questions to be answered by my attorneys. And I think the American people do understand it and support it, and I think it was the right decision." Donaldson: "Can you not simply deny it, sir?" Clinton: "There's been a statement made by my attorney. He speaks for me, and I think he spoke quite clearly." And that's how Clinton dealt with the only rape charge ever leveled against a sitting U.S. president….. So, the question remains, why won't Clinton address this important allegation? The answer is: Because the White House press corps and Congress won't force him to answer it. They have let him off the hook. Clinton beat the rap on perjury and obstruction of justice, so he won't be held accountable for rape


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Washington Weekly 3/21/99 L D Brown "… Any vestige of doubt that was left after my conversation with Juanita Broaddrick's attorney was removed when I spoke to her myself last week. Her sharing with me the pain of going public about her experiences with Bill Clinton rang true -- and familiar. A compassionate, thinking and feeling woman, Juanita Broaddrick is telling the truth concerning her allegations of rape at the hands of Bill Clinton. She exemplifies the truthful witness, firm in her assertions about what happened that day in a Little Rock hotel room, and wanting only to "put all this behind me," as she put it. Her astonishment at Clinton's attempt to ensure her silence by calling Juanita out of a conference for a chat years later, still infuriates her as if it happened yesterday. Bill used exactly the same method of operation when he tried to silence me as he geared up for his presidential run in 1992. "I'm glad that I came forward, L. D.", she said after we had discussed the reluctance we shared about the timing of going public with allegations against Bill Clinton. We talked of how we had shared misgivings about not coming forward with what we knew before Bill and Hillary made it to the White House…."

Laissez Faire City Times 3/22/99 William DeVore Mickey Pall Freeper Rex Rogers "… Special surgeons at NBC literally cut the life out of what should have been the TV Event of the Year. NBC edited the piece down to 23 minutes, and they ran their mini cut a month after it was first scheduled. NBC then put Juanita's story up against the Grammy Awards without advance promotion, and late enough so that TV Guide and the other scheduling services could not alert viewers. It was a story "made for TV," one novice NBC producer said, "It wasn't easy for the top brass to avoid a wide viewership. But they tried every trick in the book." These efforts were only partly effective…."

Conservative News Service 3/30/99 Justin Torres "…A panel of press experts today discussed the coverage–or lack of coverage–of charges that then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton allegedly raped a nursing home operator in a Little Rock hotel in 1978…Hume responded that the press has not followed up on the story, or attempted to force a more detailed denial from President Clinton. "If the press wants an answer, they'll go after someone like the hounds of hell, and that will usually yield an answer after time. To say that this has not happened in this case is an understatement."….. "To say that there's no where to go and everybody believes it anyway, so you may else well drop the story, is tempting," continued Hume. "But there's more to be done. The problem is not that there's no where to go, it's that nobody's going there. That's alarming." Hume says that Fox News is attempting to continue to cover the story, but that the story is "difficult" to develop…."

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 3/31/99 Patrick Howe Freeper HAL9000 "…In a panel discussion at the National Press Club on Tuesday, Wall Street Journal editorial-page writer Dorothy Rabinowitz said the story has become "the elephant in the living room" that the national press is ignoring. Fox News Channel's Brit Hume, who was on the panel, agreed..."

White House Press Conference, 3/19/99 Sam Donaldson "...QUESTION: Mr. President, when Juanita Broaddrick leveled her charges against you of rape in a nationally televised interview, your attorney David Kendall issued a statement denying them. But shouldn't you speak directly on this matter and reassure the public? And if they are not true, can you tell us what your relationship with Ms. Broaddrick was, if any? CLINTON: Well, five weeks ago today, five weeks ago today, I stood in the rose garden after the Senate voted and I told you that I thought I owed it to the American people to give them 100 percent of my time and to focus on their business, and that I would leave to others to decide whether they would follow that lead. CLINTON: And that is why I have decided as soon as that vote was over that I would allow all future questions to be answered by my attorneys, and I think I made the right decision. I hope you can understand it. I think the American people do understand it and support it. And I think it was the right decision. QUESTION, DONALDSON: [Won't you] simply DENY IT, Sir?! CLINTON: There's been a statement made by my attorney.. He speaks for me, and I think he spoke quite clearly...."

NY Times 4/4/99 Christian Berthelsen "..."When women are willing to go public, it strips away the curtain and distance from the pain of the experience," said Rosanna Hill, a coordinator of the conference and member of the Rainbow Sisters Project, which is sponsoring it. The conference, at the Los Angeles Public Library, is billed as a day to honor women who have been raped and those who have raised public awareness about it...... "The only way to take back what was taken from you is to turn it around and make it positive, and sharing with others," Ms. Miller said in an interview. In a study released last year and sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Justice, the research arm of the Justice Department, 18 percent of female respondents said they had been raped or had suffered an attempted rape. Officials and experts estimate that as many as 60 percent of women who are raped never report it. Such was the case for a woman in the public service announcement, who asked not to be identified by name...."

CBS via The American Spectator 4/99 John Corry Freeper Aculeus [The April 1999 edition of The American Spectator went to press weeks before the bombing of Serbia began. On page 53 John Corry writes in "Clinton Bites" about the media's soft handling of the Broaddrick story. At the end of his piece he writes the following.] "…None of this is promising. It should be obvious by now that Bill Clinton suffers from not merely reckless but clearly compulsive behavior, and that he will, as always, do anything to save himself when he gets in trouble. On the day the Broaddrick story broke in the WSJ, the most interesting, and appalling, item on the evening news broadcasts was a report by David Martin, the CBS Pentagon correspondent. The White House, he said, wanted to bomb Serbia, even though our NATO allies opposed it. It is to think the unthinkable that the proposed bombing had anything to do with diverting attention from Juanita Broaddrick, of course. The thought is overwhelming. But it is also unthinkable that we have a rapist in the White House. Who could possibly believe that, either? …"

 

National Review online 3/27/99 Philip Weiss "…No one can prove that Bill Clinton is an s.o.b. -- but everyone knows it. The best defense his defenders have come up with, which reflects the thinking of the New York Times and many upstanding Democrats, is that this is gossip that should not be brought up in polite society. But feminists have (honorably, in my view) led our society across too many traditional lines of privacy to allow us simply to will this information away. Gossip about Robert Packwood justifiably ended his career in public office. ….Moreover, after months of actual gossip, Juanita Broaddrick came forward and proved to be a hugely persuasive witness. The White House denial of the matter has been terse and witless. Is someone's statement about the worst experience of her life, which she regarded as a crime, really the same as gossip about who is sleeping with whom? Yet the defense has apparently been effective. As any Clinton critic can tell you, the charges seem to have very short legs. The president may well be a rapist; and no one cares! Mrs. Broaddrick's statement is almost never mentioned on network television or in the agenda-setting dailies and weeklies. She is so marginalized that only a nut would bring her up at a press conference. Still, I'd argue that the story is taking a toll. "This thing is like a fire in a peat bog, spreading out of sight," says Lucianne Goldberg. "But every once in a while you see a puff of smoke." Here are some of the ways this story has spread and may continue to spread:…I like to think that the Democrats' denial of this information will become legendary, that it will rank right up there with other Neville Chamberlain-like blindnesses, that history books will some day include the observation, "He may well have been a rapist, and yet elements of the power structure supported him exuberantly." Indeed, this reckoning may come "sooner rather than later," as the president might put it. In 22 months, or at such time as Clinton ceases to be president, people like the Washington Post will at last feel freer to think for themselves about who he was and what he did. Stockholm syndrome will be over. Being an optimist, I believe that the blindness about Broaddrick is so staggering that it will have the effect of destroying other articles of faith and so help to effect a reexamination of the depths of Clinton corruption -- demonstrating, for instance, that there have been cover-ups (boggling the meager abilities of Ken Starr) of responsibility in the travel-office affair and the FBI-files situation, let alone of more nefarious matters, such as the suspicious bombings of Afghanistan, Sudan, and Iraq. …."

Drudge Report 4/7/99 "…Still reeling from the rape charge made recently by an Arkansas woman on national television, the White House has carefully constructed a strategy where President Clinton does not publicly utter the term rape during the Kosovo conflict….."The president has been very careful not to use the term rape," says one insider. "But his surrogates have taken up the slack."…. "With Broaddrick's charges yesterday's news, there's really no need for him to raise the specter of rape at this point," notes one strategist. "It would be foolish." The First Lady has also tiptoed around the word rape when describing Serbian atrocities…."

Universal Press Syndicate 3/30/99 Joseph Sobran "...Am I the only one who senses that President Clinton, while making war in Kosovo, has been avoiding a certain subject? One of the perennial horrors of war is mass rape. It's no surprise that rape should be a feature of the long civil war in the former Yugoslavia, and those urging intervention against the Serbs usually cite this as a reason for outside forces to step in and do something. But Clinton, in his recitation of Serb atrocities last week, failed to mention rape, which stirs even stronger passions than murder. Could it be that he is sensitive about the subject because he has been plausibly accused of it? Who can say? But I noticed several years ago that this chronically trendy president, whom the feminists call "good on women's issues," said very little about the trendy subject of sexual harassment. He seemed to feel vulnerable on that particular "women's issue." The reason became obvious when several women accused him of making crude advances. If he's also a rapist -- which few put past him -- it's natural for him to avoid the topic of rape. ... Clinton is very sensitive to what people say about him, and he's always been especially concerned about his "legacy." As things now stand, history will note him chiefly for bringing his Arkansas id into the White House, then covering up his behavior with lies and perjury. So why wouldn't he want to create distractions not only for us, but for history? He may prefer to be remembered for a war, even another Vietnam, than for Monica Lewinsky. Though he talks of "putting people first," Clinton consistently puts himself first. He wouldn't make war unless he thought it was in his own interest to do so....Maybe Clinton has really deluded himself that he can bring peace to the Balkans by bombing. Or maybe he thinks it's a long shot but worth the gamble, since his reputation can't get much lower than it already is. As long as the bombs are falling, at least the nation isn't talking about Juanita Broaddrick...."

The American Spectator 4/99 John Corry "...Words fail. Things fall apart. The president's apologists made the expected denials, but no one believed them, and even Geraldo Rivera had the grace to look embarrassed. Juanita Broaddrick had caused a problem. The New York Times, for one, tried to ignore it, although later it tried to make amends. It said in an editorial that Bill Clinton in his past confessions had presented himself as a "recreational philanderer," but now it seemed he might be "a serial masher or worse." The wording was close to whimsical - masher had a quaint ring to it - but you could excuse the Times for that. Some things are almost too painful to talk about, and the Times, and all the rest of the press, was having a problem. How do you deal with the idea of having a rapist in the White House? Or must you deal with it at all? .....None of this is promising. It should be obvious by now that Bill Clinton suffers from not merely reckless but clearly compulsive behavior, and that he will, as always, do anything to save himself when he gets in trouble. On the day the Broaddrick story broke in the Journal, the most interesting, and appalling, item on the evening news broadcast was a report by David Martin, the CBS Pentagon correspondent. The White House, he said, wanted to bomb Serbia, even though our NATO allies opposed it. It is to think the unthinkable that the proposed bombing had anything to do with diverting attention from Juanita Broaddrick, of course. The thought is too overwhelming. But it is also unthinkable that we have a rapist in the White House. Who could possibly believe that, either?..."

The New York Observer 4/12/99 Philip Weiss "..."When they were setting up, I said, 'What's the process after this interview is finished? How will you go about getting it on the air?' "Lisa said she would have to speak to her higher-ups. I said, 'Wait a minute-what are the chances that this won't run?' My stepfather was standing there. And she said, 'None.' I said, 'O.K.'" Mr. Hickey paused. "And, you know, it ran. But how could she sit there and tell us that?" The accusation by a mature businesswoman that she had been raped by Bill Clinton in 1978, when he was Arkansas' Attorney General, aired on NBC on Feb. 24, opposite the Grammy Awards. The 35-day interval between tape and air is now one of the legends of the impeachment process. Why didn't the American public get to hear Mrs. Broaddrick before the Senate voted to acquit Mr. Clinton on Feb. 12? "This came out at a time when it had the absolute smallest impact it could have," said Steve Friedman, a lawyer friend (who favored censure) said to me at lunch. "The thing was finally over. Everybody was sick of it, and the Republicans looked like a bunch of scoundrels when they said, You have to understand what we're seeing and can't talk about. It was certainly relevant to the question, his fitness to be President." My friend's suspicion that NBC protected Mr. Clinton is widely shared..."

The New York Observer 4/12/99 Philip Weiss "..."Recently, the National Press Club held a panel on the Broaddrick story, "Too Hot for a 'Scandal-Weary' New Media to Handle?" where several speakers made that point. Conservative media watchdog Reed Irvine charged in the Washington Times that NBC delayed the story because executives are cozy with the President. And TV Guide has questioned why NBC's "apparent hesitation" to run the interview cost it a scoop-to the Wall Street Journal editorial page.....The mainstream press again ignored the story in the fall of 1998, when Mr. Starr's referral to Congress reported that Jane Doe No. 5 had told an F.B.I. agent that her earlier affidavit was indeed false. The press has never been comfortable with Mrs. Broaddrick's story. "It smells because it comes out of the sewers in Arkansas," one reporter said. Another said, "People hate rape stories." Its means of exposure had an air of Clinton-hatred, or the culture war, or sexual McCarthyism-whatever paradigm you choose to taint those who see Mr. Clinton's private life as having public relevance. And the story was associated with the venomous Clinton enemy Larry Nichols. Even while the press ignored it, the curious name Juanita Broaddrick became a shibboleth on the Internet, talk radio and supermarket tabloids. That is why Mrs. Broaddrick, who owns nursing homes, said she changed her mind about talking to Ms. Myers...One source outside NBC with knowledge of the process described it in this way: "They go down and do the interview. They come back. It sits there. You hear that [Jeff] Zucker, the Today czar, David Doss, the czar of Nightly News, and [Tom] Brokaw don't like this. It's not going to air on their program, nor did it. Within the first week, three problems developed that were being touted against the piece for reasons to be suspicious..."

The New York Observer 4/12/99 Philip Weiss "..."Some resistance gathered at the network around the feeling that they might be used in the impeachment context. Why was Mrs. Broaddrick going forward now? Some felt that the Jones lawyers had successfully manipulated Nightly News the previous March into going on air-off Mr. Brokaw's watch-with irresponsible charges. More importantly, the House impeachment managers had never named Juanita Broaddrick publicly, even while they were using the confidential F.B.I. report of her assault to push impeachment.....Mrs. Broaddrick was by then deeply angry at NBC. She told her son that the network's treatment felt in ways like being raped again. "I felt that way because they had been after me and after me for a year. And I finally give in and go through this, a day of baring my soul. A bunch of people are standing around in my house as I tell the most private things of my life. Then it was like what I told them wasn't really worthy," she said. How many rape victims go public? "It was very hard for me to say the word rape. It's a difficult word to say." When Lisa Myers named higher-ups, it struck Mrs. Broaddrick that almost all the NBC executives were men (the only woman's name among eight listed to me was Cheryl Gould)....."

The New York Observer 4/12/99 Philip Weiss "...NBC's wrenching interview has had a quiet impact. It disturbed several columnists who have tended to see Ken Starr as the problem, including Richard Cohen of The Washington Post, The Nation's Katha Pollitt, and San Francisco Examiner columnist Stephanie Salter. The National Organization for Women (finally) urged the President to end his "nuts and sluts" defense, and leading newspapers have called on Mr. Clinton to respond substantively to the charges.....When I asked Sam Donaldson whether there had been rancorous arguments at ABC over coverage of Mrs. Broaddrick, he stammered. "I am dodging your question," he said. "I can tell you that people in charge of our coverage, at managing editor status, have not seen this as a story they wanted to spend a lot of time on. But I have not seen a memo, nor have I been given any orders not to do this story, and when I have, there have been no problems from above." He went on: "The thing that astounded me from the get-go, and some day I may write about this, is that important aspects of the news business argued that we shouldn't follow the [Lewinsky] story. I don't mean just Mr. [Steve] Brill, Mr. [Anthony] Lewis, Mr. [Frank] Rich. But lots of people argued that it was unseemly." ..."

The New York Observer 4/12/99 Philip Weiss "..."Julia Malone, a national correspondent for the Cox newspapers, grew so upset by the neglect of Mrs. Broaddrick's story that she organized the March 30 panel at the National Press Club. "It's like we're in Lotus Land," she said. "It seems like everybody has been smoking something and the economy has been so good that this man has bamboozled the country. I mean, the irony of this man who's very likely a rapist talking about human rights!" Seventy-five people attended the panel. Ms. Myers declined to appear (as she declined to comment to me on the matter). Ms. Rabinowitz said that NBC had treated the story like a "dead fish." Fox News anchor Brit Hume argued that neglect of the story reflected a deep bias in the media against material that might hurt someone they had voted for. Ms. Malone echoed that point. "My impression of Tom Brokaw is that he was not a newsman on this decision, he's a Democrat." (I sent Mr. Brokaw a letter, and he left me a message. "I have just a little bit for you, not much, because we have felt strongly from the beginning that our decisions in the Juanita Broaddrick story or any news decisions we make have to be kept within these walls, otherwise we'll spend too much time explaining and too little time reporting." He told me to call him back, then didn't return my call.) Ms. Malone said she hopes that reporters will get together before Mr. Clinton's next press conference and try to force an answer about Mrs. Broaddrick. "But in this city that's considered some kind of conspiracy." Mr. Donaldson said he can remember occasions when reporters barraged a President, forcing a more forthright answer. "But that certainly wasn't the case in the Broaddrick matter." No, Mr. Donaldson was alone when he boldly asked the President about the rape allegation at the President's March 19 press conference. Mr. Clinton said he would have no more to say than his lawyer's statement, and that was that...."

NewsMax.com 5/5/99 Carl Limbacher "...Juanita Broaddrick has offered her support to Kathleen Willey and says she would make a personal appearance at the Virginia trial of Willey's accuser if asked to do so. "I emailed Kathleen," Broaddrick told NewsMax.com's Carl Limbacher late Wednesday. "And I told her that if she needed me there I'd be there." .... "He was very forceful," Willey testifed at Steele's trial Tuesday. "His hands were all over me." Broaddrick's support, especially if Willey asks her to attend the trial, could add a dramatic twist to the only Sexgate prosecution to emerge from Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's year-long Monica Lewinsky probe. Any association between the Broaddrick and Willey charges could rapidly re-focus the Steele trial on questions of whether Mr. Clinton is guilty of a pattern of criminal sexual assault....."

NewsMax.com 5/19/99 "...Just a week after Kathleen Willey went public with new details about a stranger who tracked her down and warned against testifying in the Paula Jones case, Inside Cover has learned that Juanita Broaddrick says she was also followed just days before her interview with House impeachment investigators. And, in yet another mysterious twist mirroring Willey's allegations, Broaddrick reveals that her house pets were set loose and that her phone was tampered with shortly after her first contacts with the press in early 1998. Though second hand accounts of unwanted sexual encounters with President Clinton now number over a dozen, Broaddrick and Willey are the only women who have personally described overpowering physical assaults on the record...."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...She admired and campaigned for then Attorney-General Clinton until an episode 21 years ago when, she said, he brutally attacked, bit and raped her in her hotel room....Although opinion polls indicated that people who saw her interview believed her, the news media dropped the issue within a few days.... She told NBC,s Dateline that "I was afraid that I would be destroyed like so many of the other women." She also felt direct pressure from Clinton, who in 1991 approached her while she was attending a meeting for nursing home business. Here's her recollection e-mailed on June 2, 1999....More recently, she has reported that a man in a car was obviously following her, and she said that her house was burglarized. All that was stolen was her telephone answering machine tape. VULNERABILITY: Her nursing home business was regulated by the attorney general's office...."

NewsMax.com 6/24/99 Julia Malone "...With Vice President Al Gore's sudden epiphany that his boss's behavior with with Monica Lewinsky was "unforgivable" -- and his wife Tipper said to be outraged by Bill Clinton's symbolic semen stain on the Oval Office, now might be a good time for the Second Couple to remember that Sexgate has an even darker side. Bill Clinton's alleged rape of Juanita Broaddrick still haunts Washington like no other scandal in living memory. In fact, the prospect that America might have elected, then re-elected, a rapist to its highest office terrifies even the hardbitten newsies of the Washington press corps. Why? Because they failed to do their jobs in 1992, and dismissed the second hand accounts they'd heard about Broaddrick's assault.....NewsMax.com is proud to present highlights of the panel discussion the mainstream media did not want you to see or hear, "The Juanita Broaddrick Charges: Too Hot for the Press to Handle?" We thank panel moderator, Cox News reporter Julia Malone for making this transcript available to NewsMax.com. The Juanita Broaddrick Charges: Too Hot for the Press to Handle? National Press Club Forum Washington, D.C., March 30, 1999 SUMMARY: A panel of journalists split on whether news media bias or "scandal fatigue" killed the coverage of the charge that Bill Clinton raped nursing home executive Juanita Broaddrick 21 years ago. Five weeks after NBC's Feb. 24 edition of "Dateline" aired its interview with Mrs. Broaddrick, the subject had disappeared from the news media. Four panelists at the National Press Club forum agreed that her charges were credible and that the issue was both serious and newsworthy. Half the panel faulted news organizations, the others concluded that the charges were too old to pursue...... ANN MCFEATTERS: I was listening to "Imus in the Morning" this morning, and he was desperately trying to gin up outrage on this very issue against Clinton. He was talking to his fabled brother out in the West...He was saying, "Fred, why aren't you infuriated about this? Why aren't you writing Senator Pete Domenici and why aren't you talking to everybody you can think of?" And Fred said, "I don't know what to do. What's the point? So here you have a situation where, as Bill Bennett says, there is a "death of outrage" on this president in regard to sex. There is a death of outrage because people don't know what to do. He's been impeached. It went to the Senate. The Senate said he could stay in office for two more years. He's a lame duck. We don't know at this point how to prove this charge....You could go down to Arkansas and re-interview the people, but what would it prove? Six out of 10 Americans already believe the charge is probably true. BILL EATON: A little history on this story: It first surfaced in 1992 as a rumor in the presidential campaign of that year. At least several reporters were informed about it. And since it came up in the last hours of that campaign, it was not pursued...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Ms. Broaddrick recently came forward with allegations that she was the victim of a brutal rape by Clinton in 1978. Plaintiffs seek to question her about telephone calls she stated she received from Clinton between1978 and 1979 subsequent to the rape incident, and whether the substance of those calls was in the nature of a threat to stay silent. In addition, Plaintiffs want to question Ms. Broaddrick about her statements that she was followed days before her interview with House impeachment investigators, and that her house was broken into, the tape from her answering machine stolen, her three cats set loose, and her telephone tampered with in early 1998. Plaintiffs want to know whether she felt that these incidents were also meant to threaten or intimidate her into silence. Further, Plaintiffs wish to ask her if the reason that she did not come forward earlier with her allegation of rape was because her business, Arkansas nursing homes for the elderly and mentally retarded, which are subject to state regulation for licensing and government funding, were at risk from retaliation by Clinton-appointed state regulators. As recently reported by NBC News, Ms. Broaddrick has claimed that Clinton raped her in Little Rock in the Spring of 1978, while she attended a nursing home conference. She also told Lisa Myers that Clinton called her a half dozen times at the nursing home after the rape, and then unexpectedly appointed her to a state advisory board in 1979. She had no further face-to-face contact with him until 1991, when she attended a meeting in Little Rock with two friends. Broaddrick said she was suddenly called out of the meeting and, to her astonishment, there was Clinton standing in the hallway. [H]e immediately began this profuse apology, saying, 'Juanita, I'm so sorry for what I did. I'm not the man that I used to be, can you ever forgive me? What can I do to make this up to you? When asked why she did not report the rape and signed an affidavit in the Jones case denying that anything ever happened, Broaddrick stated: "I was also afraid what would happen to me if I came forward. I was afraid that I would be destroyed like so may of the other women have been." The Washington Times also reported that "[f]riends and others in Arkansas say she is fearful for her family's business interests, two homes for the elderly and mentally retarded in Fort Smith and Van Buren, Ark., which are licensed by the state of Arkansas and which receive government payments."..."

www.newsmax.com 7/28/99 Carl Limbacher "...In an unusual move that puts the ugliest charge against President Clinton back on the front burner, Clinton's personal lawyer David Kendall has attacked Juanita Broaddrick's detailed charge that the President raped her as a "partisan rant." ....The Clinton lawyer's attempt to demean Broaddrick's rape charge suggests an abrupt change of course in White House strategy. Previously Kendall had issued only a brief, one-sentence statement on the President's behalf denying he raped Broaddrick, in the apparent belief that the less said about the matter, the better. But Kendall's decision to attack Broaddrick's charge as partisan in response to the Judicial Watch lawsuit could signal new White House fears that other women with similar charges may be ready to go public.....The mainstream press has been extraordinarily deferential to Clinton himself, asking him about Broaddrick's allegation only twice. Both times Clinton referred to Kendall's terse denial and refused to say more...."

Drudge Report 8/2/99 "..."How can she just pretend that I do not exist?" These are Broaddrick's first on-the-record words since news came out that Hillary Clinton has come clean on her husband's misdeeds. In an exclusive interview with the DRUDGE REPORT, Juanita Broaddrick revealed the chilling details of her one encounter with Hillary Rodham Clinton....Broaddrick painfully recalled: The night she met Hillary Clinton. "It happened at a political rally, in Van Buren, Arkansas in the spring of 1978, at the home of local dentist," Broaddrick begins. "She came directly to me as soon as she hit the door. I had been there only a few minutes, I only wanted to make an appearance and leave. She caught me and took my hand and said 'I am so happy to meet you. I want you to know that we appreciate everything you do for Bill.'" Broaddrick was stunned by Hillary's comments. Only weeks had passed, Broaddrick claims, since she had been raped in a Little Rock hotel room by then attorney general Bill Clinton. "Here her husband had just done this to me, and she was coming up to thank me? It was scary... "I started to turn away and she held onto my hand and reiterated her phrase -- looking less friendly and repeated her statement----'Everything you do for Bill'. I said nothing. She wasn't letting me get away until she made her point. She talked low, the smile faded on the second thank you. I just released her hand from mine and left the gathering." "I was in state of shock... nausea went all over me... "You know, I should not have gone to that political gathering, but I think I was in denial at the time. I actually became physically ill. I went outside and told my first husband I had to go home." Broaddrick says that while Hillary was quick to approach her, Bill Clinton stayed on the other side of the crowded room. "He never spoke or came near me," Broaddrick recalls. Broaddrick, who had been a 'Clinton for governor' campaigner, says that one of her friends had driven the Clintons to the rally from the airport that day -- and the topic of conversation throughout the ride was Broaddrick! "Hillary knew something---- I just don't know what exactly. For years, I thought she knew what had happened to me, but now I just don't know." ...."

Cox Newspapers 12/4/99 Julia Malone "....Former independent counsel Kenneth Starr said Friday that President Clinton has yet to show remorse for deceiving the court in the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal. ''In some way, through some manifestation of genuine sorrow and acceptance of responsibility, the president should get himself right with the law,'' Starr said....... The White House greeted Starr's recommendation with disdain. ......Starr also defended his decision to send Congress what he called ''sobering to the point of devastating'' material in which Juanita Broaddrick, a Little Rock nursing home executive, accused Clinton of having raped her when he was attorney general of Arkansas more than 20 years ago. That information was not included in the independent counsel's public report, Starr said, because it did not relate to possible obstruction of justice, which was the focus of his probe. However, he said it did relate to Clinton's ''fitness'' for office. ''I didn't think it was completely irrelevant. I had to be careful about what I was keeping from the Congress.'' Asked whether he believed Broaddrick's charges, Starr said he did not meet her, but added: ''The investigators found her entirely credible.'' Clinton, through his lawyers, has denied the assault allegations, but the evidence forwarded by Starr was said to have swayed some House members to vote for impeachment......"

The American Enterprise Magazine 1-2/2000 "….. Having just returned to private life, independent counsel Ken Starr reviews, in his remarkably gingerly way, the whirlwind he passed through over the last several years. Kenneth W. Starr, 54, grew up in San Antonio, where his father was a minister. He went on to a distinguished legal career-Supreme Court clerk, partner in top Washington law firms, chief of staff to the U.S. Attorney General, judge on the D.C. federal appeals court, and solicitor general-yet his name will be forever linked with that of Bill Clinton, the President he spent five years investigating. Starr's independent counsel investigation yielded 14 convictions or guilty pleas by such figures as Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker and Clinton confidant Webster Hubbell. Although he has been caricatured as a relentless inspector Javert, obsessed with the Clintons, Starr has also been criticized for being too timid an investigator: Some of the career prosecutors on his staff reportedly urged him, unsuccessfully, to bring indictments against the Clintons and others close to them. …… TAE: Do you believe Bill Clinton raped Juanita Brodderick? STARR: I'm not going to comment. TAE: Will there ever be a time when you will? STARR: I don't know…… TAE: How do you account for the ability of the Clinton administration to avoid severe legal consequences on anything? STARR: Well, on the Arkansas part of the matter that I investigated, we came to the judgment that there wasn't substantial and credible information that Bill Clinton had committed those offenses. So there's an evidentiary lack of support for whatever the allegation might be. With respect to the recent unpleasantness, can one really say there's been no opprobrium when the President's own supporters, as embodied in the resolution of censure drafted by Senator Dianne Feinstein and supported by many Democratic Senators, condemned him in the sharpest language? More than 100 newspapers in the country called for his resignation. Many people in other countries were of the view that the honorable thing was for him to step down…….. "

Progressive Review 12/13/99 Media Research Center "….. GREAT MOMENTS IN AMERICAN JOURNALISM, 1999(Gathered by the Media Research Center) JUANITA BROADDRICK RAPE STORY

DAN RATHER: "They are nervous about, number one, whether this information is accurate, whether it's really true or not. And then number two, even if it does it turns out to be true, it happened a long time ago and number three, they've gotta be figuring maybe, just maybe the American public has heard all they want to hear about this and are saying 'you know, next. Let's move on to the next thing.'"

JACK WHITE, TIME: "I don't believe it at all. Anybody who waits 21 years to surface a charge like this, and has no evidence to back it up, other than very circumstantial, what she may or may not have told some of her friends at the time, has sworn in the deposition that it never happened, and now all of a sudden comes forth with this story, the story doesn't deserved to be dignified by being broadcast and displayed. What I find fascinating about this case is that we've sunk so low now that a charge of this magnitude can be leveled against the President of the United States with next to no evidence at all. I think that's outrageous."

CLIFF MAY OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE: "We have right now a credible allegation by Juanita Broaddrick that while Attorney General, Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her and he won't answer." MSNBC HOST DAVID GREGORY: "Now hold on. You know what, Cliff? I'm not going to let you go there. We are not talking about this today. We're not going to turn that into this. I want to go around the horn a little bit. Cliff, wait a minute. Cliff, I'm going to stop you. I'm hosting the program. It is not a double standard. We have a clear focus today. I'm asking the questions."

ELEANOR CLIFT, NEWSWEEK: "These allegations go back more than 20 years. This woman made no charges at the time. It's my understanding that she couldn't even recall initially the year. Investigative reporters for major publications have looked at it since 1991. Ken Starr passed on it. You know, where is this going to go except among all the Clinton haters and the right-wing conspiratorialists? It's great fodder, but you know, you proved the guy's a cad, you're not going to prove he's a violent criminal." ….."

Associated Press 12/22/99 "…..An Arkansas woman who claims President Clinton assaulted her sexually in 1978, when he was Arkansas attorney general, has sued for any files the FBI might have kept on her. Clinton's attorney has called the accusations ``absolutely false.'' Judicial Watch, a conservative legal foundation, filed a lawsuit on Juanita Broaddrick's behalf in U.S. District Court. The suit joins 31 other cases the group has against the Clinton administration. Mrs. Broaddrick, who lives in Arkansas, claims she was sexually assaulted by Clinton at a Little Rock hotel on April 25, 1978. The suit claims the White House violated Broaddrick's right to privacy by keeping an FBI file on her and allowing administration officials access to its contents. …."

Drudge Report 12/16/99 "…..The Republican National Committee has wasted no time to thrash Al Gore for the meandering comments he made Tuesday when asked at a town hall meeting about the rape allegations made by Juanita Broaddrick against President Bill Clinton, early runs of the Friday WASHINGTON POST are reporting. The POST'S media man Howard Kurtz writes that RNC press secretary Mike Collins attended the Tuesday event and spent until 4 am transcribing Gore's words. RNC communications chief Clifford May tells Kurtz: "Matt Drudge, Rush Limbaugh and Fox were all interested in it. Dan Rather, Peter Jennings and Tom Brokaw were not." "Why didn't major news organizations report the exchange," Kurtz asks May. "The charitable explanation would be Clinton fatigue. The uncharitable explanation would be Clinton protection." …."

NewsMax.com 12/16/99 Carl Limbacher "…..Kathrine Prudhomme says she was very nervous when she challenged the Vice President of the United States at a Derry, New Hampshire town meeting Tuesday night about his boss's alleged rape of Juanita Broaddrick. But in the end, America's citizen-reporter of the hour found the courage to ask the question that still sends shivers through the establishment press……Fast forward to Tuesday night, when Kathrine Prudhomme peppered the VP with follow-up questions as he stuttered and stammered his way though an embarassingly non-judgemental response. The self described "very ordinary woman" made Donaldson and his colleagues look like a bunch of frightened cub reporters by comparison. Even after the town hall meeting had ended, Prudhomme sought Gore out. "I went up to him afterwards," the New Hampshirite told Hannity, "and I said, 'Please remember that rape is a hate crime when you're pushing for legislation.'" Gore's response? "He just smiled at me. I don't think he was very happy." ….. Prudhomme was particularly irked by Gore's claim that Clinton's "personal mistakes" were balanced "in the minds of most Americans" by his presidential achievements. "I'm really getting tired of him and a lot of people on the other side of this issue telling us what most Americans believe," the New Hampshirite told Hannity. "They keep trying to tell us what they want us to think." Prudhomme added, "Al Gore's assuming that as long as everybody has their bread and circuses that they're not going to notice these things." …."

Northwest Arkansas Times 1/8/00 "….The son of Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who publicly accused President Clinton of rape in 1998, was arrested recently on drug charges in Oklahoma. Jackie Lee Broaddrick, 24, of Van Buren was arrested by Roland, Okla., police Dec. 27 for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver-cocaine and misdemeanor charges of driving without insurance. Chief Brian Chandler was the arresting officer. He said he stopped Broaddrick for driving 84 mph in a 70 mph speed zone on Oklahoma 40 and Roland Road. …"

Newsmax.com 2/24/00 Carl Limbacher "….. When will Vice President Al Gore answer the question that sent him reeling towards the ropes last December, when 29 year-old housewife Katherine Prudhomme asked him about his boss' alleged rape of Juanita Broaddrick during a New Hampshire town meeting? NewsMax.com contacted Gore's Tennessee campaign headquaters on Wednesday to find out if the Veep has yet viewed the videotape RNC Chairman Jim Nicholson sent him, where Broaddrick described a vicious sexual attack by the man the Gore continues to praise as "good and decent." ……"

Reason Magazine 4/00 Thomas Hazlett "…… By the time the president's obstruction-of-justice episode concluded last year in a mock-impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate--that made-for-TV drama in which "jurors" declared the man guilty of "high crimes and misdemeanors" but then voted to acquit--Bill Clinton had proven himself bulletproof. Even when the press asked him about the compelling, specific, and credible rape allegation lodged by Juanita Broaddrick, all he had to do to shut them up was bark like a Mafia don: Talk to my mouthpiece! I ain't got nuttin' to say to youse! ……. Counselor David Kendall's pro forma denial--"Any allegation that the president assaulted Broaddrick more than 20 years ago is absolutely false"--got the job done, even as it opened up multiple windows through which Clinton might easily wriggle, (Hey, I wasn't even president 20 years ago!). As The Washington Post, obviously exhausted by its minutes-long pondering of the issue of presidential rape, dejectedly concluded, "Mr. Clinton's word in this realm by now has no value." ........., Now a millennium has passed. The Broaddrick story has simply floated on downstream in the toxic runoff from this most ethical administration in history. Even as a lame duck, William Jefferson Clinton effortlessly assumes the swaggering stride of a mobster, brushing off questions any public servant is morally bound to answer. He runs the press like Capone ran Chicago. "No one will ever know the complete truth about Juanita Broaddrick's allegation," mumbled the Times. But of course Bill and Juanita do! That's why investigative journalism to uncover corroborating facts ought to be pursued. ……."

Middle Tennessee State University Newspaper 1/20/00 "….."Who is Juanita?" is the question I most often get when someone reads my "I Believe (Ju)Anita" button. I'm not surprised. To remind those who have chosen to forget and educate those who are not informed, Juanita Broaddrick claimed that Bill Clinton, then Attorney General of Arkansas, brutally raped her in 1978. Since the airing of her interview with NBC's Lisa Myers last February - opposite the Grammies - her name and story have been stuffed into the Clinton scandal memory hole…….. Recent revelations in Jeffrey Toobin's book VAST CONSPIRACIES lend credibility to the charges. Sources close to the president claim that he admitted to having consenual sex with Juanita Broaddrick. Consensual? I suppose many women have consented when a man almost twice their size had his teeth clamped onto their upper lips and biting it into pieces. In a framework where "oral sex is not sex" the semantic possibilities of "consensual" must be boundless. ...... "

The Scotsman, Pg. 10 1/8/00 "…….BILL Clinton might think he can put his past behind him when he leaves office. But if one lawyer has his way, the scandal scarred president will be put on a sex offenders' register in his new home town. Juanita Broaddrick accused him of raping her and he never bothered to deny the charge. Raoul Felder, a divorce attorney whose celebrity clients include Mick Jagger's mistress, Luciana Morad, and Elizabeth Taylor's former husband, Larry Fortensky, is offering his services for free in a bid to put Mr Clinton on the danger list in the wealthy suburb of Chappaqua, New York. …… On the face of it, Mr Felder's outburst looks like a publicity stunt. But the tough-talking lawyer insists Mr Clinton's sexual history speaks for itself. "New York now has a law on the books requiring degenerates to register with the local police when they move to a new neighbourhood. Clinton should be no exception," he said. ….."

Front Page Magazine 4/12/00 Richard Poe "…… "WHO IS JUANITA BROADDRICK? I've never heard of her!" cried Betty Friedan, the founder of modern feminism. Friedan's outburst came at last Friday's conference, entitled "The Legacy and Future of Hillary Rodham Clinton." Held at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. D.C., the event offered a chilling microcosm of an angry, divided America. For nearly an hour, a five-woman panel had been debating whether Hillary qualified as a "feminist heroine." I thought Broaddrick's claim of having been raped by Hillary's husband had some bearing on this point, so I broached the subject during the question-and-answer period. Friedan's dyspeptic denial followed. Was Friedan telling the truth? Maybe. And maybe all those millions of Germans who professed ignorance of the death camps were telling the truth too. The problem is, having admitted her ignorance, Friedan showed no interest in exploring the matter further. And that was the problem with the Germans too. ……"

NewsMax.com 5/30/00 Carl Limbacher "……In her first public comment since the IRS targeted her nursing home business for an audit, Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick told NewsMax.com she believes she's being punished for going public with the rape charge last year. "I do feel like there's certainly a connection to me coming forward," Broaddrick said from her home in Van Buren, Arkansas. "How can this be a coincidence?" …….The Clinton accuser noted that the IRS was interested only in the tax year 1998, shortly before she decided to tell her story to NBC's Lisa Myers. "I guess they're trying to prove that we were paid off in some way. It's ridiculous." ……"

newsmax.com 5/31/00 "…….Judicial Watch filed a complaint yesterday before the Inspector General of the Treasury Department over recent notice that Juanita Broaddrick, one of the women who was harassed by President Bill Clinton, is being audited through her nursing home. The IRS notice of audit follows a lawsuit that Broaddrick filed, through Judicial Watch, against President Clinton's White House. As the public will recall, Broaddrick alleges she was brutally raped by Bill Clinton, a claim the president has conspicuously never denied. …….. "

NewsMax.com 5/28/00 Carl Limbacher "……What are the odds that yet another Clinton sex assault accuser would be audited by the IRS? "Juanita Broaddrick was notified last week that she is being audited for tax returns that were filed covering 1998," revealed the Drudge Report late Sunday. …….. But if it's true; if indeed Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick has been hit by an audit, she would be the third of four women to accuse Bill Clinton of trying to force them into sex to come under IRS scrutiny. …..Paula Jones alleged that Clinton exposed himself to her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1991…….Jones was hit by an IRS audit in September 1997, just four months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that her case against Clinton didn't have to wait until he left office. ……Then there's former Miss America Elizabeth Ward Gracen. …..Just weeks after Gracen admitted in an April 1998 New York Daily News interview that Clinton had sex with her, the onetime Miss Arkansas was slapped with an audit. ...... Jones, Gracen, Broaddrick? All victims of Clinton's sexual predations. And all audited. ......"

NewsMax.com 5/30/00 Carl Limbacher "……In a press release issued Monday morning, Judicial Watch announced: ……. Today, Judicial Watch filed a complaint before the Inspector General of the Treasury Department over recent notice that Juanita Broaddrick, one of the women who was harassed by President Bill Clinton, is being audited through her nursing home. The IRS' notice of audit follows a lawsuit which Ms. Broaddrick filed, through Judicial Watch, against President Clinton's White House. "As the public will recall, Juanita Broaddrick was brutally raped by Bill Clinton, a fact which the President has conspicuously never denied. "In addition to Ms. Broaddrick, other Judicial Watch clients and others who have been harassed, assaulted, or raped by the President have been audited, including but not limited to Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers, and Elizabeth Ward Gracen. Indeed, other perceived adversaries of Bill Clinton have also been audited, including Billy Dale, the Western Journalism Center, and over 20 conservative groups in the last seven years alone. "'To those who doubt that there is a campaign of terror by the Clinton-Gore White House and its allies through IRS audits, FBI files, and other means, I suggest they consult with the 'law of averages' to determine whether these matters are simply coincidental,' stated Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman. ……"

The Weekly Standard 5/15/00 Andrew Ferguson "…… President Clinton isn't often asked about his impeachment these days, for many reasons-the main one being, of course, that nobody cares about it. Another reason has to do with the president's own way of answering questions about unpleasant subjects, on those rare occasions when such questions arise. A little over a year ago, for instance, holding his first press conference in 12 months, the president was asked by Sam Donaldson about Juanita Broaddrick.......Taste is no big deal to Donaldson, as we know, and in this press conference, in March 1999, he made a remarkable discovery: The quickest way to get the president to talk about impeachment is to ask him about rape. At least I think that's what happened.
Q: Mr. President, when Juanita Broaddrick leveled her charges against you of rape in a nationally televised interview, your attorney David Kendall issued a statement denying them. But shouldn't you speak directly on this matter and reassure the public? And if they are not true, can you tell us what your relationship with Ms. Broaddrick was, if any? ……
A: Well, five weeks ago today, five weeks ago today, I stood in the Rose Garden after the Senate voted [in the impeachment trial], and I told you that I thought I owed it to the American people to give them 100 percent of my time and to focus on their business, and that I would leave it to others to decide whether they would follow that lead. And that is why I have decided, as soon as that vote was over, that I-would allow all future questions to be answered by my attorneys. And I think I made the right decision. I hope you can understand it. I think the American people do understand it and support it, and I think it was the right decision. ……..
It is a lovely answer, encapsulating all the twists and back-bends and half-steps and evasions and assertions of rectitude that we expect from a genuine, meticulously formulated Clinton response. First of all, and most crucially, it doesn't answer the question. ….."

NY Post 6/4/00 Lida Stasi "……. WHAT'S worse? Being stalked by Bill Clinton or being audited by the IRS? Answer: Both. Just ask Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones or Elizabeth Ward Gracen. After each woman came forward with a sexual allegation against Big Billy the big bully, each found herself the victim of an IRS audit and were forced to indecently expose their assets. Last week, the feds showed up at Broaddrick's accountant's office to check out her books. …….. Hey! Either these are the three unluckiest women in the world, or something here smells worse than Clinton's socks after a jog to McDonald's. ……..According to Steve Teitelbaum, former deputy counsel to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, "Out of 200 million tax returns filed in '97, only 1,519,000 were audited." …… In other words, if you haven't seen the president naked, you have only a three-quarters of 1 percent chance of being audited, but if you have and then talk about it, your chances of being audited go up to roughly 100 percent, give or take a point. …..Said Teitelbaum: "The chances of these three women, all with claims against the president, being randomly audited by the IRS are so astronomical as to be almost incalculable." Paulie the rocket scientist added it up for me. "It's about a .0000438 percent, or 1-in- 2,282,530, probability." ......"

townhall.com 6/2/00 Brent Bozell "……..... A little more than a year after she claimed publicly that then-Attorney General Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, Juanita Broaddrick has resurfaced in some media outlets after receiving notice of an audit from the Internal Revenue Service. "I believe it's not a coincidence. I am clearly being targeted because I came forward," she told Fox News. Broaddrick joined Flowers, Jones, and former Miss America Elizabeth Ward Gracen as Clinton accusers who later attracted the charming attention of the IRS, not to mention Travelgate victim Billy Dale, and more than a dozen conservative groups. But most of the media couldn't be bothered. Some, like NBC's Tom Brokaw, have a perfect record of ignoring Juanita, so why stop now? This administration may be using the IRS -- ruthlessly -- to intimidate the president's enemies, but the facts no longer matter. ……"

newsmax.com 5/31/00 "……Judicial Watch filed a complaint yesterday before the Inspector General of the Treasury Department over recent notice that Juanita Broaddrick, one of the women who was harassed by President Bill Clinton, is being audited through her nursing home. The IRS notice of audit follows a lawsuit that Broaddrick filed, through Judicial Watch, against President Clinton's White House. As the public will recall, Broaddrick alleges she was brutally raped by Bill Clinton, a claim the president has conspicuously never denied. In addition to Broaddrick, other Judicial Watch clients and others who have been harassed, assaulted or raped by the president have been audited, including but not limited to Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers and Elizabeth Ward Graecen. Other perceived adversaries of Clinton have also been audited, including Billy Dale, the Western Journalism Center and more than 20 conservative groups in the last seven years alone. …….."

newsmax.com 6/1/00 "….. Former Senator Al D'Amato says he believes Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick and several other Clinton sex accusers were audited because "they took on the Clinton administration." Worse still, says D'Amato, the president himself sicced the IRS on the women, using surrogates to do his dirty work. The former head of the Senate Banking Committee made the explosive charges Wednesday night on Fox News Channel's "The Edge" with Paula Zahn. ……

ZAHN: The GAO, when it came to conservative groups that have complained about this, said: Look, there is no evidence of intervention by the Clinton administration. You simply don't buy that?
D'AMATO: How are you going to find it? I mean, you think that you're going to be able to swear in some person who's going to say, "Yeah, somebody called me and told me..." Of course not. It's going to take place in a much more subtle way…….."

National Review Online 8/2/00 "…….. Connecticut Rep. Chris Shays said on a talk radio show Wednesday that, based on secret evidence he reviewed during the impeachment controversy, he believes President Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick, not once, but twice. Talk-show host Tom Scott of Clear Channel Broadcasting, New Haven (WELI 960) asked Shays about the mysterious impeachment "evidence room," prompting the GOP moderate to say that Broaddrick "disclosed that she had been raped, not once, but twice" to Judiciary Committee investigators. ……"

Newsmax.com 8/7/00 Carl Limbacher "….."That business of Broaddrick being deemed inconclusive is not true. What actually happened is, I think Starr decided not to follow up because once Lewinsky cooperated, they figured they had their impeachable offense and decided to concentrate on that." But Schippers did follow up, sending former Chicago police detective Diana Woznicki, then on loan to Judiciary Committee staff, to Van Buren, Arkansas to interview Broaddrick. Woznicki had some rape counseling experience and, Schippers said, the two women "hit it off." Broaddrick gave Woznicki a detailed account of what she says Clinton did to her, describing the lip-biting he inflicted as forceful enough to break the skin. But Schippers disputed the account of one Broaddrick witness, Phillip Yoakum, who had told Paula Jones' investigators that Broaddrick's lip had nearly been torn in two. "It was severe but it wasn't torn off," Schippers said. ......After NBC aired 23 minutes from the five hours of videotape they had of Broaddrick's gripping account, rumors swirled about a second rape during Clinton's alleged April 25, 1978 attack. John McLaughlin, John Hockenberry and Chris Matthews, all NBC personnel in a position to know what the network left on the cutting room floor, made on-air references to the additional assault. ……

Katherine Prudhomme 8/19/00 ".....Good afternoon. My name is Katherine Prudhomme. I am a wife, a mother, the first female graduate of my trade high schools machine shop program and I am a rape survivor. As such I am wearing a dark green ribbon today to tell the world "I am a rape survivor and I will not be ashamed!" I thank all who have chosen to wear light purple ribbons showing that they believe and support Juanita Broaddrick. Thank you also to the many generous volunteers who helped make this happen today. ...... Last December during the New Hampshire primary I asked V.P Al Gore during a live, televised town hall meeting at WNDS TV studios not far from my Derry home if he believed Juanita Broaddrick. She is the woman who made the highly credible claim of rape against a sitting president, William Clinton. ....... Al Gore told me he did not see the interview and didn't know how to evaluate all the charges. I wonder what made the Anita Hill case so much easier for him to evaluate? Gore went on to tell me how he thought the American people were tired of all these charges and wanted to move on. ....... That last statement really made me mad. What is he saying to me? That if I don't "want to move on" then I am not one of the American people? Or is he telling those who still think that rape is a crime in this country and believe their president may be a rapist that they are out of touch with everybody else? Are we out of touch ? I say no! We are in fact in touch! ....... Gore has an undeniable record of believing women when they make a serious charge of sexual mistreatment by powerful Republican men. He stood up for and defended Anita Hill when she said she was sexually harassed by now Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Why then did he just dismiss Juanita Broaddrick? One would think such a "caring" person as Gore would have at least watched the interview Mrs. Broaddrick gave to Lisa Myers. ......... Let's move on to a women who has been at the forefront of the women's and human rights crusade for decades. Hillary Clinton is someone that rape survivors such a myself or Mrs. Broaddrick or the brave green ribbon wearers among us should be able to turn to and depend on. But we cannot. Hillary Clinton has betrayed us. ........ Well, Hillary I feel your pain, because I too have a videotape, a videotape of Juanita Broaddrick telling her story to Lisa Myers that I will give you today. It is a videotape that I have looked upon in horror. And when it told a tale of disgusting violence committed against a woman in broad daylight... A women who could have been my sister, my daughter or my mother... I too have to say "enough is enough - this violence is unacceptable and must stop". ...... President Clinton has stood up to confront violence and protect American women? Why then has he refused to say anything other than this rape allegation is not true - and with this man we would be foolish to believe his words alone - we need proof! Why won't he tell the American people where he was on the date in question - April 25, 1978? ...... Do the right thing Mrs. Clinton. I know that for you it must be the most difficult thing to do. This occasion demands no lessor action of the good and the brave. In answering .. or not answering the question, Mrs. Clinton, you will tell us loud and clear who you are. ......Mrs. Clinton, don't take us back to the day when women were believed only when they were perfect or only when they were convenient to believe. ......... "

Newsmax 8/19/00 Carl Limbachr "..... Katherine Prudhomme, the Derry, New Hampshire housewife who once challenged Vice President Al Gore to say whether he believed Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick, was hit with an IRS audit on Friday, just hours before she was scheduled to appear at a rape awareness rally outside Hillary Clinton's Manhattan campaign headquarters. ...... "My husband got the IRS's letter yesterday," Prudhomme told NewsMax.com. "They looked at our records from 1998 and decided we have to pay more money." Prudhomme said she's never been audited before and had no dramatic changes recently in her family income, which she described as "middle class." ....... "I feel like we're being harassed," said the feisty crusader. "My husband went over our return last night and couldn't find any red flags that might have triggered an IRS investigation." ........Along with those who heard her annouce the news outside Clinton's New York senate campaign offices Saturday, Prudhomme suspects that the audit may have been triggered by a different kind of red flag: her determined questioning of Gore about Juanita Broaddrick at a town meeting last December -- and her announced intention to get Hillary Clinton to address the same issue. ......Prudhomme's tax examination comes on the heels of an IRS audit of Broaddrick herself, who had the books of her nursing home business scrutinized in May by an agent who couldn't find anything wrong. The New Hampshirite wasn't so lucky. The IRS says she and her husband owe a whopping $1500. "I think the timing is pretty suspicious," Prudhomme complained, "coming the very day before was had this demonstration." The odds of yet another Clinton accuser being hit by an IRS audit are mind boggling. Before Prudhomme and Broaddrick, Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones and Liz Ward Gracen had their tax returns investigated. Gracen even said she was hit with a tax probe after an anonymous caller threatened "you could be audited" if she didn't lay low during Jones' sexual harassment lawsuit. ....... The rally that Prudhomme suspects caught the IRS's eye was attended by "Friends of Juanita Broaddrick" from around the tri-state area, including many who frequent the website FreeRepublic.com where the event was publicized. ......"This gathering is a reminder that the story of Mrs. Broaddrick has not and will not 'move on' and that it looms larger every day. Katherine and her friends have come here to ask again, 'Do you believe Juanita?' As a candidate for high public office it is a fair question for Mrs. Clinton to answer." NewsMax.com gratefully acknowledges the help of FreeRepublic.com in preparing this report. ...."

Scripps Howard News Service 8/27/00 Diana West "…….Before I explain why women's suffrage should go the way of the Susan B. Anthony dollar, let me tell you a story. …….. That story was what Prudhomme wanted to ask Gore about. "When Juanita Broaddrick made the claim, which I found to be quite credible, that she was raped by Bill Clinton, did it change your opinion about him being one of the best presidents in history? And do you believe Juanita Broaddrick 's claim? And what did you tell your son about this?" she asked the vice president. With this trifecta, Prudhomme broke ground the national press corps still fears to tread. Gore, meanwhile, seemed suddenly not to know where he was. "Well, I didn't know what to make of her claim, because I don't know how to evaluate that story, I really don't," he began. He went on to say that he hadn't seen the interview ("Well, which - what show was it on?"); that he thought there had been "so many personal allegations" against Clinton that "enough was enough;" and, as for his own son, he would "never violate the privacy of my communication" with a family member - major speeches on family illness, injury and death apparently excepted. ……… He further stated that "whatever mistakes (Clinton) made in his personal life" - as if rape is a mistake - "are, in the minds of most Americans, balanced against what he has done in his public life as president." And Mussolini made the trains run on time. Here we see Gore the apologist, or, as Prudhomme says Broaddrick once described him to her, Gore "the enabler" - villainous roles that link him to Clinton's villainous deeds. ……"

NewsMax 9/17/00 Carl Limbacher ".... Designated Speaker of the House Bob Livingston was prepared to scuttle the December 1998 impeachment vote against President Clinton, but a rape charge by Arkansas businesswoman Juanita Broaddrick changed his mind at the last minute, a new book reveals. ...... Appearing Sunday on "Meet the Press" with Tim Russert, Washington Post reporter Peter Baker described how his new book "The Breach" documents the doubts that plagued leading House Republicans before the passage of two articles of impeachment against Clinton, and how the then-secret rape charge carried the day: ........ RUSSERT: You write extensively about the role of Newt Gingrich, Tom Delay, Bob Livingston and Henry Hyde and suggest that there were moments during the entire inquiry where they were stepping back saying, "Do we want to go forward with this impeachment? Should we try censure?" What did you find in your reporting? ....... BAKER: Well, I think that's exactly right with Bob Livingston and Henry Hyde in particular. Henry Hyde was the forceful crusader out front. But behind the scenes he was very uncomfortable. He knew he didn't have the votes to win a conviction in the Senate. And he wanted to find a way to bring people together. He had secret negotiations with the White House that were arranged through Lloyd Cutler, former White House Counsel, and he couldn't find a middle ground. ..... Bob Livingston considered censure. He thought that might be an appropriate response. And, in fact, on the day, the very day that the House debate (on impeachment) opened in December 1998, he had a moment in the House cloakroom where he suddenly said, "This is craziness. We've got to stop this. Let's have a censure vote." And an aide came to him and said, "Bob, you can't do that." He had just heard about the Juanita Broaddrick case, the allegation of sexual assault. He said, "Boss, we have a rapist in the White House. We can't do this." ....... And Livingston decided that the aide was right, that Clinton had committed crimes. He did deserve impeachment. But he struggled with it like a lot of the people did behind the scenes and they didn't let on in public. The NBC host declined to explore Bakers' Broaddrick case revelation further, though it was his news division that obtained an exclusive interview with the Clinton rape accuser three weeks before the president was acquitted on impeachment charges in the Senate. ....... Despite the impact Broaddrick's allegation would have had on Senators who voted to acquit without viewing evidence that supported her claim, the network refused to broadcast its Broaddrick exclusive till two weeks after the Senate vote. Baker also detailed how First Lady Hillary Clinton personally nixed one compromise propsal that might have helped her husband escape the humiliating impeachment indictment. ......."

Associated Press 9/16/00 Deb Reichmann "……Declaring the elderly ``deserve respect, not neglect,'' President Clinton (news - web sites) on Saturday pressed Congress for $1 billion to increase staffing and ensure quality care for the 1.6 million Americans in nursing homes. …… The $1 billion in grants would raise staffing levels and give new training to caregivers at more than 16,000 nursing homes around the country, the president said. …." Freeper anymouse observes "….A good opportunity to freep the Creep on his rape of Juanita Brodderick. Signs should read "Juanita Brodderick wanted help with nursing home reform, but only got raped by Bill Clinton!" ……"

NewsMax.com 8/22/00 Carl Limbacher "….. Bill Clinton tacitly admitted that he raped Juanita Broaddrick during a conversation with her husband in the mid-1980s, according to an account given to House impeachment investigators by Broaddrick herself, a new book claims. ………. But in his book, Schippers reveals a stunning new detail as he recounts Woznicki's version of Broaddrick's story. "One evening, years before, in 1984 or 1985, Mr. and Mrs. Broaddrick had attended a function in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The couple didn't realize that Clinton was the keynote speaker. When they found out, they returned to their hotel room. "In the course of the evening, (Juanita's husband) David went down to the bar and found himself standing next to Clinton. Clinton stuck out his hand and said, 'You're with Juanita, aren't you?' …….. "Broaddrick squeezed Clinton's hand as hard as he was able. He looked Clinton right in the eye and, continuing his grip, said, 'Don't you go near her or near her home; don't you even so much as look at her.' ……. "Startled, Clinton pulled his hand away and said, 'I didn't know she was with you when that happened.'" When "that" happened? Clinton wasn't mystified by Mr. Broaddrick's angry demeanor and ominous sounding words. He accepted the warning without protest and asked for no further explanation. His sanguine reception of Broaddrick's hostile behavior has only one explanation. ……Undoubtedly, Clinton knew exactly why Broaddrick was upset about "that." ......Certainly David Broaddrick had understood. Without explicitly saying so, the future president of the United States had just acknowledged he was a rapist. ......"

Freeper aristeides 10/8/00 "……. This appearance is occasioned by Baker's new book, "The Breach." Baker is now revealing that the day before Bob Livingston resigned and the House voted for impeachment, Livingston had serious second thoughts about impeachment and wondered whether censure might not be a better idea. An aide persuaded him to pursue impeachment, telling his boss, "We have a rapist in the White House," the reference of course being to the Juanita Broaddrick case. …… Livingston only decided to resign at 2AM the next day. That's why the story didn't leak -- very few people knew about it. Maxine Waters and other Dems called on Livingston to resign during his speech because they had no idea he would. ……Once he did resign, this created real fear in the White House, which thought this might create an atmosphere where political pressure would build up to have Clinton resign. That was the reason for the pep rally: the Dems wanted to make impeachment look very partisan, so that the political pressure would not build up. ….."

Freeper aristiedes 10/8/00 "…..Caller complaining that NBC didn't show "in the can" Broaddrick interview while Senate trial was on. Baker confirms Dems were worried about possible showing during trial. Baker says that, if it had been shown during trial, it would have created "different political dynamic." ….."

Freeper truthkeeper 10/8/00 "……It would appear that somebody has given orders to the media not to give publicity to Schippers. Schippers even admitted in an interview with O'Reilly that he and his book have been frozen out by the popular media. …."

Newmax.com 10/3/00 Carl Limbacher "......NewsMax.com has learned that Prudhomme plans to travel to Boston with the idea of gaining entry to the debate hall where Gore and Texas Governor George Bush will meet for the first face-off of the presidential campaign. Although it's not clear whether moderator Jim Lehrer intends to take audience questions, Prudhomme's mere presence could be unnerving all by itself. .......Ten months ago, Gore looked like a deer caught in the headlights when she calmly asked him at a Derry, New Hampshire town hall meeting whether he believed his boss is a rapist. The vice president hemmed and hawed and then protested that he hadn't seen Broaddrick's network television interview, where she detailed what she said was a violent sexual assault at the hands of Bill Clinton. ...... Gore finally answered that he'd forgiven his "good friend" for his "personal mistake," a response that left most viewers stunned. The Prudhomme-Gore confrontation was the single most dramatic moment of the presidential campaign to date. ......Days later, Republican National Committee Chairman Jim Nicholson announced he was mailing the vice president a copy of Broaddrick's interview -- but reporters have steadfastly refused to follow-up on the Broaddrick question with Gore. ......"

NewsMax.com 1/4/01 Carl Limbacher "......Juanita Broaddrick: 'I'll Testify Against Clinton if Asked' The woman whose startling account of a brutal 1978 rape by President Clinton persuaded Congress to impeach him in December 1998 is willing to cooperate with prosecutors currently weighing his indictment on perjury and obstruction of justice charges, NewsMax.com has learned. Arkansas nursing home operator Juanita Broaddrick told NewsMax.com late Wednesday that investigators from the office of Independent Counsel Robert Ray have yet to call her. ...."

NewsMax 10/30/00 Carl Limbacher "….. For the second time in the closing weeks of the campaign season, presidential rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick has publicly criticized Bill and Hillary Clinton, calling Mrs. Clinton an "enabler" and slamming her husband's hypocrisy as "disgusting." ……. On Saturday President Clinton signed H.R. 344, the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act of 2000; legislation designed to, as Clinton put it in his weekly radio address, "build on the Violence Against Women Act, which created new federal crimes and enhanced penalties to combat sexual assault and domestic violence." ….."The Act authorizes appropriations through Fiscal Year 2005 for the National Domestic Violence Hotline, battered women's shelters, rape prevention and education grants," Clinton said. ….Broaddrick, whose charge that Clinton violently raped her persuaded Congress to impeach him in 1998, reacted to the president's statement in an e-mail to the website FreeRepublic.com: "I saw this earlier today. Couldn't believe it. I would like to know if this bill contained small print that says, 'Everyone is subject to this law EXCEPT Bill Clinton and his enabling wife.'" …."This is truly disgusting," Broaddrick added......."

Capitol Hill Blue 10/18/00 Julia Malone "…….. Juanita Broaddrick, the nursing home executive who says Bill Clinton assaulted her 22 years ago, shamed the news media by raising the question that reporters have failed to ask. …… In an angry letter this week, Broaddrick offers evidence that Hillary Clinton began covering up for her husband in 1978, just two weeks after the alleged rape. …….That's when Mrs. Clinton approached Broaddrick at a campaign rally for then attorney-general Clinton, a candidate for governor in Arkansas. As Broaddrick writes to the first lady at her New York senatorial campaign: …… "As soon as you entered the room, you came directly to me and grabbed my hand. Do you remember how you thanked me, saying 'we want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill.' …… "At that point, I was pretty shaken and started to walk off. Remember how you kept a tight grip on my hand and drew closer to me? You repeated your statement, but this time with a coldness and look that I have seen many times on television in the last eight years. ……."You said, 'Everything you do for Bill.' You then released your grip and I said nothing and left the gathering. ………"What did you mean, Hillary? Were you referring to my keeping quiet about the assault I had suffered at the hands of your husband only two weeks before? Were you warning me to continue to keep quiet? We both know the answer to that question." …… The letter, posted on the Internet's Drudge Report, has gotten no response from the first lady. Nor has President Clinton answered the rape allegation beyond ordering his lawyer to issue a general denial of an assault……… Her letter, her most extensive public remarks since the NBC "Dateline" interview, focuses for the first time on Mrs. Clinton. "I feel that she owes me an answer as to why she treated me that way that night," Broaddrick said in the interview. ….."

Capitol Hill Blue 10/18/00 Julia Malone "…….. "I don't know if she knew exactly (about the alleged rape)," Broaddrick said. "She knew something happened, and she knew that I was very upset." ……..A week later, Broaddrick said, she walked into the nearby drug store where the owner told her of driving the Clintons to the local rally. The pharmacist, a friend, told her that she had been the topic of conversation "all the way from the airport" and that Mrs. Clinton "said something to the effect, 'Bill has talked so much about Juanita. I must meet her.' " That information convinced Broaddrick that Mrs. Clinton had been on a mission to silence her. ………. In fact, the "mainstream" news media has ignored her new statement altogether. The conservative-leaning Washington Times reported it, as did the Fox News Channel. "The mainstream media has, in effect, blacked out Juanita Broaddrick and her charges," said Brit Hume, chief Washington correspondent for Fox. "It would seem that the charges are too serious to air." ……..The question for the rest of the news media is how can we ignore subjects that are too serious, too controversial or too difficult, especially when they involve those in the highest offices? ……. "The press has the responsibility" to ask, she said. "I don't think they will. I feel like they're not going to stomp on any toes at all till they know who's going to win." So, what good is the First Amendment anyway? …."

Washington Times 10/18/00 "…… The closest that President Clinton has ever come to answering allegations that he raped an Arkansas woman in 1978 is a distance measurable only in light-years. After Juanita Broaddrick made the accusation in 1999, the president's attorney, David Kendall, alone answered, saying any such charges were "absolutely false." …….Given the silence from the West Wing, Mrs. Broaddrick this week sought answers from Hillary Clinton, whose telescopic feminism apparently sees injustice to women everywhere except the kind which occurs closer to home. In a letter to Mrs. Clinton recalling their meeting shortly after the reported assault occurred, she wondered about the significance of Mrs. Clinton's words to her at that time. Thank you, Mrs. Broaddrick says Mrs. Clinton told her, for "everything you do for Bill." ……… "What did you mean, Hillary?" her letter continued. "Were you referring to my keeping quiet about the assault I had suffered at the hands of your husband only two weeks before? Were you warning me to keep quiet?"…….. The not-so-subtle implication of the letter is that Mrs. Clinton is, in fact, her husband's enabler. Dealing with her husband's promiscuity and worse might keep her from dealing with the important issues facing the people of New York, namely her candidacy. One might call it a Faustian bargain except that even Mephistopheles might not lower himself to sign such a deal…….Mrs. Broaddrick's charges, while graver, might be equally suspect on that basis, except that neither Clinton is in the strongest position to call her a liar. So far neither has……"

Washington Times 10/17/00 Steve Miller "…… Juanita Broaddrick, an Arkansas nursing home operator who claims she was raped by President Clinton in 1978, yesterday sent a fiery letter to Hillary Rodham Clinton, asking bluntly if the first lady believes those assertions…… In the 600-word missive, Mrs. Broaddrick, a Clinton campaign worker in Arkansas at the time, recalled meeting Mrs. Clinton at a rally shortly after the purported assault………. The Broaddrick incident, recounted by independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr in documents provided to members of Congress, played a role in gaining the vote of wavering House Republicans during the president's impeachment in December 1998. Mrs. Broaddrick recanted her story several times, then asserted it again. She said her reluctance to talk about the incident stemmed from a desire to shield her family from public scrutiny. Yesterday, she again maintained that she was assaulted by the president when he was Arkansas' attorney general……..Mrs. Broaddrick said her letter was written after she watched a television interview with Rep. Rick Lazio, New York Republican, who is battling Mrs. Clinton for the New York Senate seat. "It [came from] an accumulation of things with Mrs. Clinton," said Mrs. Broaddrick. "I think she has been given a free ride by the mainstream media and Lazio is being too soft on her."………"

DRUDGE 10/15/00 Juanita Broaddrick "…… As I watched Rick Lazio's interview on Fox News this morning, I felt compelled to write this open letter to you, Mrs. Clinton. Brit Hume asked Mr. Lazio's views regarding you as a person and how he perceived you as a candidate. Rick Lazio did not answer the question, but I know that I can. You know it, too. …….. I have no doubt that you are the same conniving, self-serving person you were twenty-two years ago when I had the misfortune to meet you. When I see you on television, campaigning for the New York senate race, I can see the same hypocrisy in your face that you displayed to me one evening in 1978. You have not changed. …….. I remember it as though it was yesterday. I only wish that it were yesterday and maybe there would still be time to do something about what your husband, Bill Clinton, did to me. There was a political rally for Mr. Clinton's bid for governor of Arkansas. I had obligated myself to be at this rally prior to my being assaulted by your husband in April, 1978. I had made up my mind to make an appearance and then leave as soon as the two of you arrived. This was a big mistake, but I was still in a state of shock and denial. You had questioned the gentleman who drove you and Mr. Clinton from the airport. You asked him about me and if I would be at the gathering. Do you remember? You told the driver, "Bill has talked so much about Juanita", and that you were so anxious to meet me. Well, you wasted no time. As soon as you entered the room, you came directly to me and grabbed my hand. Do you remember how you thanked me, saying "we want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill". At that point, I was pretty shaken and started to walk off. Remember how you kept a tight grip on my hand and drew closer to me? You repeated your statement, but this time with a coldness and look that I have seen many times on television in the last eight years. You said, "Everything you do for Bill". You then released your grip and I said nothing and left the gathering. ……. What did you mean, Hillary? Were you referring to my keeping quiet about the assault I had suffered at the hands of your husband only two weeks before? Were you warning me to continue to keep quiet? We both know the answer to that question. …..Yes, I can answer Brit Hume's question. You are the same Hillary that you were twenty years ago. You are cold, calculating and self-serving. You cannot tolerate the thought that you will soon be without the power you have wielded for the last eight years. Your effort to stay in power will be at the expense of the state of New York. I only hope the voters of New York will wake up in time and realize that Hillary Clinton is not an honorable or an honest person. ……..I will end by asking if you believe the statements I made on NBC Dateline when Lisa Myers asked if I had been assaulted and raped by your husband? Or perhaps, you are like Vice-President Gore and did not see the interview. ….Juanita Broaddrick"

 

Eileen Wellstone (Oxford) – rape

Capitol Hill Blue 2/20/99 Freeper DonMorgan excerpts from Daniel J. Harris, Teresa Hampton ".A 1969 charge by a Eileen Wellstone, 19-year-old English woman who said Clinton assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford University campus where the future President was a student. A retired State Department employee, who asked not to be identified, confirmed this week that he spoke with the family of the girl and filed a report with his superiors. Clinton admitted having sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual.."

Capitol Hill Blue 2/24/99 Doug Thompson "…Three women who earlier confirmed unwanted sexual encounters with Bill Clinton over the last 30 years are now refusing to discuss the matter further and at least one may have been threatened in an effort to keep her quietIn London, Eileen Wellstone, who said Clinton sexually assaulted her while he was a student at Oxford University 30 years ago, changed her phone number and hired a barrister who warned a reporter to "cease and desist all further efforts" to contact his client…. "

London Evening Standard 3/1/99 Richard Holliday "…President Bill Clinton is facing a fresh sex scandal today over claims that he raped a 19-year-old girl while he was a student at Oxford in the Sixties. The allegation - together with claims that he sexually assaulted another student while at Yale - appear on a Washington website, Capitol Hill Blue It is claimed the future president met the 19 year old in an Oxford pub when he was a Rhodes Scholar in 1969.A retired State Department official is quoted by the website confirming that the rape took place and saying: "There is no doubt in my mind that this woman suffered severe emotional trauma. "But we were under tremendous pressure to avoid the embarrassment of having a Rhodes Scholar charged with rape. I filed a report to my superiors and that was the last I heard of it."…"

UNDERNEWS 2/23/99 Sam Smith "...OXFORD SCHOLAR: News that W.J. Clinton may have sexually assaulted a woman as far back as his Oxford days -- an ex-State Department official reports investigating the matter -- raises some interesting questions about that muddied period in the president's life. We know that Clinton did not complete his work at Oxford, but why? Was he asked to leave or did he go on his own accord? Former White House FBI agent Gary Aldrich, in "Unlimited Access" discusses the point: "Investigation reveals that after the winter of 1969, Mr. Clinton embarked on a tour of Europe, and there are suggestions that school officials told him he was no longer welcome on campus.....There were no grades available for review to approve or disprove claims regarding Clinton's achievement, since the university will not release such records absent the candidate's authority. It is noted that normally a candidate would sign a release so as to allow investigators to confirm or deny educational claims. In this case, the candidate will neither sign a release form nor will he provide documentation related to his attendance and performance at Oxford."...."

 

Elizabeth Ward Gracen - rape - quid pro quo, post incident intimidation

 

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".Elizabeth Ward.told friends she was forced by Clinton to have sex with him shortly after she won her state crown. Last year, Ward, who is now married with the last name of Gracen, told an interviewer she did have sex with Clinton but said it was consensual. She later recanted that interview and said had been threatened by Clinton supporters into claiming the sex was consensual.."

UPI 1/13/99 ".The TV actress who claims she had an affair with President Clinton in 1983 has reportedly become the subject of an Internal Revenue Service investigation just weeks after she was warned she could be audited if she didn't keep her mouth shut about her alleged dalliance with Clinton. According to the New York Post, ``Highlander'' star Elizabeth Ward Gracen has been deluged with dozens of letters from the IRS claiming she didn't file returns and threatening to seize her wages and property..The Post says she received an anonymous phone call warning her that if she didn't keep quiet about her relationship with Clinton, she would be audited by the IRS.."

1/13/99 Rush Limbaugh by Freeper Goldi-Lox ".Radio commentator Rush Limbaugh discussed today how Ms. Gracen was threatened by an anonymous phone caller to keep her mouth shut about Clinton, or expect an IRS problem. Three weeks later, the IRS letters started coming... to her mother's house...not anywhere in her IRS files.."

Village Voice 1/20/99 Nat Hentoff ".Lefcourt, a prominent attorney, ignores the series of women who have been threatened by Clinton and his agents to keep their silence about his exercising his droit du seigneur on their bodies. It is this relentless obstruction of justice that I began to detail last week. Also on the list of Clinton's throwaway women who should have been placed in the federal Witness Protection Program is Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Arkansas's former Miss America, who had a brief bout of intimacy with Clinton in 1983. During the 1992 presidential campaign she received calls to keep quiet about it-or else. But just in case she faltered-as the Wall Street Journal Europe (October 27, 1998) reported- her agent met with Clinton buddy Harry Tomason and Clinton advisor Mickey Kantor and "worked out some kind of deal." She would deny any relationship with Clinton and her career would benefit. ...".

NewsMax.com 10/27/98 Carl Limbacher ".For a time, it seemed that Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Miss America in 1982, might have suffered a fate similar to Juanita Broaddrick's, the woman whose rape allegation against Bill Clinton we have detailed here.. Then finally last April, Gracen came forward to the New York Daily News to acknowledge that she and Clinton did indeed have sex, something she denied when Clinton first ran for president.. That should have cleared the matter up. But then the Clinton White House did something very unusual. Clinton spinmeisters did nothing to challenge Gracen's acknowledgment of a consensual liaison, as if the fact that yet another woman claiming to have sex with the president was almost a relief, as long as the rape allegation was off the table. Recall, this was the same Bill Clinton who had his operatives trash Gennifer Flowers mercilessly for going public the way Gracen just had. He himself would not confess to a consensual relationship with Flowers till he was put under oath..Gracen's ordeal begs the question: If the White House was so worried that she would finger Clinton in a consensual relationship, taking the extraordinary measure of surveiling her every move -- then why the nonchalant reaction when Gracen finally did spill the beans? Or did Casa Clinton have reason to worry that Gracen's account might have turned out to be more damaging than a story about a now-regretted one-night stand? .."

9/26/98 Drudge report "Elizabeth Ward Gracen, star of a new TV show and former Miss America, now claims that Clintonistas waged a campaign of terror that scared the hell out of her. Gracen, in Toronto, gives an exclusive interview to NEW YORK POST columnist Steve Dunleavy for Sunday editions, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned. "I spent a small fortune hiring investigators to investigate the investigators of the White House who I honestly believe were chasing me to head off my story," Gracen tells Dunleavy. Gracen previously revealed how she had a sex fling with Gov. Bill Clinton in 1983. "I really should not be saying these things," a tearful Gracen tells the POST, in an interview that has caught the eye of the White House -- even before publication For the first time -- Gracen describes how she was terrorized during the discovery period in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case and later during the Ken Starr investigations. "Yes, I was physically scared," says Gracen. "We are talking about the presidency. There were always veiled threats [made against me].".Gracen describes a hotel room that was ransacked while she was hiding out in St. Martin. "The gentleman looking after my room said he saw two men in suits enter the place and one man in a suit waiting outside." But Gracen said nothing was stolen! "They were looking for tapes that did not exist." Gracen offers no further details on the hotel episode. "Then there were the telephone calls," she explains. "To me, to my parents. I was in an undisclosed location but the calls found me. "It was pretty much the same kind of call. Get out of town before I get hit with a subpoena... between the calls telling me to get out of town for my own good and the calls talking about smear tactics, I got scared." Gracen does not reveal who made the threat calls. ."

NY Post 9/27/98 Steve Dunleavy "ELIZABETH Ward Gracen, star of a new hit TV show and former Miss America, claims the Clintonistas waged a campaign of terror that scared the hell out of her. "I spent a small fortune hiring investigators to investigate the investigators of the White House who I honestly believe were chasing me to head off my story," she told me on the set of her new TV show "Highlander: The Raven." And what was her story? In the fall of 1983, when Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, he invited Elizabeth to a place called Quapaw Tower in Little Rock."He offered me a lift back in his limo, and he flirted with me." At that stage in the interview, tears well in her eyes."I learned later that movie director Harry Thomason a Clinton friend and White House big-wig Mickey Kantor sat down with my agent, Miles Levy, and worked out some kind of a deal that would have me deny anything to do with Bill Clinton." Whatever was said that day in a deli in Los Angeles between Thomason, Kantor and agent Levy, things started looking up for a pretty girl who was struggling with commercials here and there. "I suddenly got a very good acting job, a mini-series in Croatia, of all places," the 37-year-old said with a slight smile. "Then I got another good, long-lasting role in Brazil. I thought, well at last they have recognized me. I think I was a little naive. "I knew nothing about my agent talking to Clinton's friends, but this year, late last year, I started getting calls that made things fall into place. "Some friendly calls telling me to get out of town to dodge a subpoena from independent counsel Kenneth Starr. Some nasty calls saying my character was about to be assassinated. "My friends were being asked mystery questions about tapes," she said. "Believe me, I don't tape people, and no tapes existed." She said she got a lot of weird phone calls - and her parents got some, too. Then the crunch. "I was with my boyfriend on vacation in St. Martin. We went jogging. We were staying in one of those cabanas. Left behind was a Rolex watch and $2,000 in cash on the coffee table." "When we came back, the place was ransacked. The $2,000 and the Rolex watch were still there. Nothing was stolen. They were looking for tapes that did not exist. "The gentleman looking after our room said he saw two men in suits enter the place and one man in a suit waiting outside. He didn't challenge them, he thought they were our friends. "Then the telephone calls again. To me, to my parents' place. I was in an undisclosed location, but the calls came to me. It was pretty much the same kind of call. Get out of town before I get hit with a subpoena. "On one particular occasion during the Paula Jones case, I disappeared. The next day, a subpoena arrived at my parents' place. I started to keep on getting the calls. I hired lawyer Bruce Cutler and investigators. "Yes, I was physically scared. We are talking about the presidency of the country here, and between the friendly calls on one hand telling me to get out of town for my own good and then talking about smear tactics on the other, I got scared. Yes, physically scared. "There were always veiled threats. Always. I did nothing wrong except one stupid night a long time ago. But now this last year has become very frightening."."Every week on the show I battle evil. But all those evil people have a charming side. Have I made my point?" Tragically, Elizabeth, you have."

The Washington Weekly 3/01/99 Edward Zehr "… Rick Lambert, an investigator for the Paula Jones legal team, told the online publication NewsMax that, "I talked to Judy Stokes for an hour and a half. At first, she was reluctant to burn her bridges with Liz [Gracen]. But I finally asked, 'Do you believe Clinton raped her?' She said, 'Absolutely. He forced her to have sex. What do you call that?' Stokes was totally convinced it was rape."Why did Gracen change her story? As I reported last year, the lady is an actress and, according to The New York Post, the 1992 denial was elicited from Gracen after she and her manager Miles Levy, met with Clinton's TV producer friend Harry Thomasson and his campaign manager Mickey Kantor. At a Little Rock press conference held a week later Gracen denied that she and Clinton were lovers. She was thereupon given a role by producer Michael Viner in … Of course, Gracen denies that the denial she made on Clinton's behalf had anything to do with her being given a role by producer Michael Viner. Of course. Michael Viner just happens to be the former publisher of Dove Books who felt inspired by civic virtue to hold a press conference in which he badmouthed Kathleen Willey, implying that the only reason she had made those allegations against Clinton was to promote a book she wanted to sell him. (In fact, it was Viner who had approached Willey about the book, but the smear seemed to work at the time). Small world, isn't it? According to Capitol Hill Blue, Gracen's latest version of the story is that what she had said in the Daily News interview is false. She now says that she was pressured by threats from the president's supporters to say that her sexual encounter with Clinton was consensual…."

Newsmax(Ruddy) 2/24/99 Carl Limbacher "…Are there other victims like Juanita Broaddrick in Bill Clinton's past? The husband-and-wife team of Rick and Beverly Lambert say the answer to that question is yes. Seasoned private investigators with a knack for success, the Lamberts were tapped by Paula Jones' lawyers in September 1997 for the Jane Doe search. For six months, they traveled between Arkansas and D.C. looking for women whose account could bolster Jones' allegation. What they found horrified and nauseated the handful of congressmen familiar with their work product, which was turned over to the House Judiciary Committee after being subpoenaed by the Office of Independent Counsel. Arguably, President Clinton would never have been impeached had several House members not switched their votes after reviewing evidence in the Lamberts' Jane Doe files. In their first postimpeachment trial interview, the Lamberts detailed exclusively to NewsMax.com the accounts of some of the 209 witnesses they contacted; evidence about which they were bound to silence until after Clinton's trial was over….One particularly elusive Jane Doe was former Miss America Elizabeth Ward Gracen. Long rumored to have had a sexual relationship with Clinton, she spent late 1997 and early 1998 on the run from the Lamberts -- who were trying to serve her a subpoena in the Jones case. Published reports cited the testimony of Gracen's friend Judy Stokes, who recalled that Gracen had come to her in tears right after a 1983 sexual encounter with Clinton. Gracen said the sex was, "something she did not want to have happen," according to Stokes. …The somewhat ambiguous quote fueled speculation that Clinton had raped the onetime beauty queen, a notion dispelled by Gracen in the New York Daily News last April. She admitted to a consensual one-night stand that she regretted almost immediately. But Rick Lambert tells NewsMax.com that Stokes was not the least bit ambiguous in the account she gave him, undermining Gracen's rape denial. "I talked to Judy Stokes for an hour and a half. At first, she was reluctant to burn her bridges with Liz. But I finally asked, 'Do you believe Clinton raped her?' She said, 'Absolutely…."

Hollywood gossip and the Paula Jones case files 3/19/99 Freeper report "…Here is the current situation:  Now that Gracen has turned against Clinton, there is no reason to keep her series going. A few days ago, Rysher Entertainment, the US distributor, announced that they are dropping the series. Of course, the ratings were abysmal, but that was only a secondary consideration.   The threatened IRS audit is now officially underway. Due to the tax laws, Gracen is an expatriate and must remain out of the country, or her overseas earnings will be subject to U.S. tax.  Another part of the strategy to control Gracen is to keep her in financial straits. It appears that a lot of the money she earned doing the series has gone to John Gotti associates like Bruce Cutler, the mob lawyer.  Here is the latest scam: they are trying to get her to put her remaining money into a vineyard in Italy…."

NewsMax.com 4/16/99 "... Onetime presidential guru Dick Morris has noticed something reviewers had missed in Michael Isikoff's new book, "Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story." It's this tidbit from page 256 about Clinton's one-night stand with former Miss America Elizabeth Ward Gracen: "According to Gracen's later account, Clinton flirted with her -- then invited her to the apartment of one of his friends at the Quawpaw Towers. They had sex that night. It was rough sex. Clinton got so carried away that he bit her lip, Gracen later told friends. But it was consensual." Appearing Tuesday night on Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes, Morris noted, "There's a very important revelation in [Isikoff's] book that hasn't received a lot of attention." Morris paraphrased the passage quoted above and then pointed out that Clinton bit Gracen's lip, "... just as he'd bit Juanita Broaddrick's lip, according to Juanita Broaddrick. And [Gracen's] statement was made before Juanita Broaddrick spoke."... Morris added, "Now if there was a rape trial of Bill Clinton right now and this woman, Gracen, was called as a witness and confirmed the M.O.; that would be a) admissible and b) very decisive." What about Gracen's claim, as Isikoff reports, that her Clinton sex was consensual? ...Last month, Lambert elaborated on Stokes' version for NewsMax.com's Carl Limbacher: "I talked to Judy Stokes for an hour and a half," said Lambert. "At first she was reluctant to burn her bridges with Liz. But I finally asked, 'Do you believe Clinton raped her?' She said, 'Absolutely. He forced her to have sex. What do you call that?' " Lambert concluded, "Stokes was totally convinced it was rape." ..."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Former Miss America said to have had a one-nighter with Clinton in 1983, although some reports say he forced himself on her. Michael Isikoff's new book, Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story, page 256, relates, "According to Gracen's later account, Clinton flirted with her-then invited her to the apartment of one of his friends at the Quawpaw Towers. They had sex that night. It was rough sex. Clinton got so carried away that he bit her lip, Gracen later told friends. But it was consensual." In 1992 when the Clinton campaign was trying to keep a lid on his womanizing, Gracen said that she got threatening calls. Then Clinton's Hollywood friend Harry Thomason plus Mickey Kantor and Gracen's agent, Miles Levy, met to arrange acting jobs for Gracen that would take her far away, to Croatia and then to Brazil. When she was subpoenaed in the Jones case, Gracen again received threatening calls from people who knew where she was at all times. "I was physically scared," she told the New York Post. She has been quoted as saying that during a vacation, her room was ransacked by men wearing suits who were admitted by the innkeeper. And her lawyer has said she was threatened with an IRS audit if she spoke out.... VULNERABILITY: She was Miss Arkansas (later Miss America) and he was her state governor...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs wish to question Ms. Gracen about numerous anonymous telephone calls she stated she received where the caller warned her to keep quiet about her relationship about Clinton, the threats and ultimate occurrence of an IRS audit, her statements about being "staked out" after her initial disclosure of her sexual involvement with Clinton, and how she, her family, and friends have been threatened. After denying any sexual involvement with Clinton for six years, Ms. Gracen told The New York Daily News in April 1998 that she had "sex with Bill Clinton." Gracen explained that the incident took place at a Little Rock hotel room in 1983, a year after her reign as Miss America, and when Clinton was in his second term as Govenor. Gracen's admission came in response to rumors of a sexual assault by Clinton, precipitated by the deposition of her friend, Judy Stokes, in the Jones case. In September 1998, in the midst of the Impeachment hearings, and months after her initial disclosure, Gracen told The Toronto Sun: I think Clinton is a very dangerous, manipulative man and I've had to be very careful. . . . There was a lot of pressure of my family and friends, people being staked out. I was afraid for my safety at one point. It's just not an area where you're safe. I would never have said what I just told you a month ago. Later that month, Gracen elaborated on her statement, and told The New York Post about ominous telephone calls she received in 1997 and 1998: [T]his year, late last year, I started receiving calls that made things fall into place. Some friendly calls telling me to get out of town to dodge a subpoena from Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Some nasty calls saying my character was about to be assassinated. . . . My friends were being asked mystery questions about tapes . . .. Gracen also described a strange incident in which her hotel room was broken into and ransacked while on vacation. "They were looking for tapes that did not exist. The gentleman looking after our room said he saw two men in suits enter the place and one man in a suit waiting outside. He didn't challenge them, he thought they were our friends." Id. After that incident, she stated that the telephone calls started again, and she attributed them to the Clinton Administration: Yes, I was physically scared. We are talking about the presidency of the country here, and between the friendly calls on one hand telling me to get out of town for my own good and then talking about smear tactics on the other, I got scared. There were always veiled threats. . . . In January 1999, through her attorney, Gracen alleged that the Clinton Administration instituted an IRS audit against her in retaliation for her refusing to stay silent. Gracen's lawyer, Vincent Vento, told the The New York Post that weeks after Gracen's interview with The Toronto Sun in which she spoke of her involvement with Clinton, Gracen received a telephone call in which the caller stated: "You should really keep your mouth shut about Bill Clinton and go on with your life. You could be discredited. You could have an IRS investigation." Id. Vento also stated that a few weeks after the telephone call, the letter from the IRS arrived, sent to her parents home, which is not listed on her tax filings. Id...."

New York Post 9/22/99 Cindy Adams ".... A book hitting the shelves is titled "Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story." Front cover drawing is of a partially uncovered White House. Author's Michael Isikoff. The top of page 256 says of Clinton's aides: "It was the eve of the New York primary and some of them feared that, on top of Gennifer Flowers, Elizabeth Gracen could really hurt if she were to come forward and acknowledge illicit sexual relations with the candidate. She was, after all, a former Miss America--a bit harder to smear than Gennifer. "Around that time, Gracen's agent, Miles Levy, got a call from Mickey Kantor, Clinton's campaign chairman. They arranged to have breakfast. Hollywood producer Harry Thomason, a close friend of the Clintons, tagged along." It then says Kantor and Thomason "suggested that perhaps they could help. Within days, Hollywood producer Michael Viner offered Gracen a part in a TV miniseries that he was about to start filming in Croatia. Levy, who later confirmed the series of events, including the breakfast with Kantor and Thomason, insisted that Gracen was 'very well qualified for the part.'" Problem is, the three named in this cabal--Kantor, Thomason, Viner--say this didn't happen...."

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE 12/9/99 Linda Satter "....Elizabeth Ward Gracen, a former Miss Arkansas and Miss America who last year said she had sex with President Clinton in 1983, has filed for bankruptcy, citing debts allegedly caused by an ex-boyfriend now in jail in France. The Dec. 2 filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Little Rock lists a Russellville address for Gracen, who has also lived in France and Canada during the past two years. However, she couldn't be reached for comment, and her Russellville attorney, James Kennedy, who was hired by Gracen's mother, didn't return numerous calls to his office Tuesday and Wednesday....... One of the creditors Gracen listed in the bankruptcy filing is the Royal Bank of Canada in Toronto, where she lived in 1998. The filing lists a $10,000 "forged check" among her debts. Another notation lists a $1,996.07 "overdraft caused by a forged check." Later the document, in a space for information about closed financial accounts, notes that she is seeking help from Canadian authorities and is trying to get the forger prosecuted...... According to the Telegraph report, Gracen told police that Austin had tricked her out of most of her money since she met him two years earlier....... "

 

Regina Hopper Blakely

2/24/99 Freeper Texvegan on Young Female Lawyer in Little Rock "…3) It does not appear that you listed the sexual assault on the young woman lawyer in Little Rock. In Roger Morris' book Partners in Power, Morris says this woman claims Bill Clinton "forced himself on her, biting, bruising her".…The incident is on page 238 of his book…."

The Washington Weekly 3/01/99 Edward Zehr "… Beverly Lambert provided details of Clinton's assault on a "young woman lawyer" he met at a Democratic fundraiser in Little Rock in the late '70s. The incident had been mentioned in a book by Roger Morris, "Partners in Power." The victim had talked to Morris on condition of confidentiality. After the fundraiser at a popular waterfront restaurant, known then as Fisherman's Wharf, "She offered Clinton a ride home. And once he got her alone in her car, he grabbed this woman and assaulted her. He did his trademark thing; exposed himself, asked her to 'kiss it,' and pushed her head down into his lap," according to Lambert. The woman went home and told her husband, who subsequently confronted Clinton, obtaining a "sheepish" apology from him. But the couple were unwilling to talk to Jones' investigators. Do you wonder why? Lambert explains: "Right after they talked to Roger Morris, her husband was suddenly appointed to head up the Arkansas Real Estate Commission," says Beverly. "I'm sure that job pays pretty well. She works for the state, too. So at this point they're afraid for their jobs." Does that sound excessively cynical? Shouldn't we give then the benefit of a doubt? Beverly Lambert explains further: "The husband was cooperative when Rick first called, but said he wanted to check with someone before he talked further. When he called back he was totally hostile and started calling Rick every name in the book."…’

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "..."A young woman lawyer in Little Rock claimed that she was accosted by Clinton while he was attorney general and that when she recoiled he forced himself on her, biting and bruising her," writes Roger Morris on P. 238 of Partners in Power. He continues, "Deeply affected by the assault, the woman decided to keep it all quiet for the sake of her own hard-won career and that of her husband." Her husband ran into Clinton later and threatened to kill him if Clinton ever approached her, writes Morris....."

 

Kathleen Willey (WH) - sexual assault, intimidations, threats

Kathleen Willey - Nathan Landow flew her to his estate, conversation and Michael Viner
In a video taped deposition for Judicial Watch, James Carville admitted that on the day before Kathleen Willey's appearance on 60 Minutes, that he consulted with Clinton about their damage control plan and what they could release on Willey.

3/18/98 The Washington Times ".President Clinton has taken charge of the aggressive White House campaign to attack accuser Kathleen E. Willey's credibility and cast doubt on her charges that he sexually assaulted her. The Washington Times has learned. A day before she aired her accusations Sunday on the CBS News show "60 Minutes,) Mr. Clinton had aides collect fawning letters from Mrs. Willey to him and then asked his advisers if they thought releasing the notes would offset her jolting testimony, according to administration officials. That day, for example, he telephoned longtime adviser James Carville to ask him if releasing the letters - some signed "Fondly, Kathleen" - was wise. During a five-minute phone call from Camp David, Mr. Clinton "said there were some letters that she had written and [White House lawyers] were considering making them public and what did I think about it," Mr. Carville said."

AP 3/22/98 ".Meanwhile, book publisher Mike Viner said on CNN's "Late Edition" that he thought Mrs. Willey "shaded" her version of events as she tried to win a contract for a book on her experiences. Viner said he began talking with Mrs. Willey's lawyer in early January, and at that time she was "very much pro-Clinton." But this later "changed a great deal to the sort of Anita Hill-want-to-be that I saw on '60 Minutes."' end of article An "Anita Hill want-to-be"..... "

1/29/99 ABC News Jackie Judd Chris Vlasto ".ABCNEWS has learned that a private investigator has become a key witness in the investigation of whether someone tried to scare Kathleen Willey into remaining silent about allegations President Clinton made an unwanted sexual advance.. Sources now say Starr's investigation is focused on Jarrett Stern, a private investigator with ties to prominent Democratic fund-raiser Nathan Landow. Asked whether he has been working on a project related to Willey, Stern said, "It is true. The specifics of it, I don't want to get into." ..Sources familiar with Stern's work say he was hired by Saul Schwartzbach, a lawyer for Landow...Sources say Stern was asked to pull Willey's phone records, to find out what medications Willey might be taking and to conduct a "noisy" investigation aimed at making sure Willey knew she was being watched. Stern's lawyer, Edward Bouquet, said the private investigator began to feel uneasy with the Willey project. "I think that he perceived a situation where he was being asked to do something he wasn't comfortable with," Bouquet said. Bouquet claims Stern was so uncomfortable that he called Willey and left a message - using an alias - warning her that someone wanted to do her harm..."

Stern Interview reported by Freeper truthkeeper 2/2/99 ".Hired by Landow's personal attorney to investigate Willey...believes Willey, feels sorry for her...regrets his involvement in this...he has become Starr's key witness re the intimidation...has testified twice before Starr's grand jury...initially hired by Prudential Associates' Bob Miller (now deceased, how convenient)...Miller was hired by Landow's personal attorney...refused to answer whether he was operating under a grant of immunity by Starr...refused to answer whether a search warrant had been issued for documents...refused to answer when his involvement initially began....Stern says initial contact began in an underground parking garage at night, no notes were taken, and he was told he was being hired by the WH.."

Washington Weekly 10/3/98 Carl Limbacker ".There were a handful of reports about the threat against Willey, but the press decided it wasn't worth raising a fuss over. "Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!" Dolly Kyle Browning. says word was sent via her brother from Clinton consigliere Bruce Lindsey, who warned that the White House would "destroy" her if she didn't keep quiet. "Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!" .. Broaddrick hastily issued an affidavit recanting her allegation. But questions remain as to why she changed her story.."

Washington Post 1/31/99 Susan Schmidt ".Democratic fund-raiser Nathan Landow said yesterday that his longtime personal lawyer hired a private investigator to obtain former White House volunteer Kathleen E. Willey's telephone records, but the lawyer did so without authorization. Landow confirmed that investigator Jared Stern was hired by attorney Saul Schwartzbach to obtain the phone records. Landow insisted that he had "no knowledge" that Schwartzbach was hiring Stern. Two sources close to Landow said Schwartzbach used the phone records to prepare a chronology of Willey's activities that was shown to Landow. Stern said yesterday that independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's office has twice summoned him before an Alexandria grand jury investigating whether there were efforts to intimidate Willey or chill her testimony in Paula Jones's sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton. ."

ABCNEWS 1/29/99 Jackie Judd/Chris Vlasto Freeper Chanel ".Sources say Stern was asked to pull Willeys phone records, to find out what medications Willey might be taking and to conduct a "noisy" investigation aimed at making sure Willey knew she was being watched. Sterns lawyer, Edward Bouquet, said the private investigator began to feel uneasy with the Willey project. "I think he perceived a situation where he was being asked to do something he wasnt comfortable with," Bouquet said. Bouquet claims Stern was so uncomfortable that he called Willey and left a message - using an alias - warning her that someone wanted to do her harm. What investigators want to know is whether Stern has knowledge of "the jogger", a man Willey claims tried to scare her. Willey says that 2 days before her deposition in the Jones case, a jogger - a stranger - approached her, asked about her children, and said "Don't you get the message?" Stern insists he is not the jogger but also says he believes wholeheartedly" that Willey is telling the truth about the incident.."

Associated Press 5/4/99 Pete Yost "...Kathleen Willey testified in court Tuesday that she confided to her friend, Julie Hiatt Steele, about President Clinton's ``very forceful'' sexual advance in the White House. But in a new disclosure, Mrs. Willey said she was so upset by the events of that day in 1993, the same day her husband committed suicide, that Ms. Steele had to remind her later of their conversation on the alleged sexual advance by the president. It's a crucial point in the obstruction trial of Ms. Steele, who is charged with lying to Kenneth Starr's investigators when she denied that Mrs. Willey had told her about the incident hours after it allegedly happened. Ms. Steele says Mrs. Willey first told her about the experience with Clinton in 1997, asking her to lie about it to a Newsweek reporter. Earlier Tuesday, a friend who worked with her in the White House social office testified that Mrs. Willey confided Clinton's alleged sexual advance to her shortly after it happened. In a barely audible voice, Ruthie Eisen said that, according to Mrs. Willey's account, the president ``kissed her and hugged her'' and ``touched her chest.'' ``She said that the president had gotten aroused and said he had wanted to do that for a long time or wanted to do that since he saw her,'' Ms. Eisen said. Ms. Eisen said Mrs. Willey told her she was ``caught offguard'' by the president's advance. Ms. Eisen said she assumed Mrs. Willey revealed the incident in confidence. Ms. Eisen said she didn't tell anyone about it until she was questioned by Starr's investigators. Asked if Mrs. Willey ever asked her to lie or fabricate anything, Ms. Eisen replied, ``absolutely not.'' Linda Tripp is the only other White House staffer to have said that Mrs. Willey confided the alleged incident...."

AP 5/5/99 "...Kathleen Willey testified Wednesday she felt threatened when one of President Clinton's lawyers suggested she assert her Fifth Amendment rights rather than answer questions about an alleged sexual advance by the president. ``I felt like that was a threat coming from the president,'' she said.... Trying to explain her memory lapses, Mrs. Willey said the Fifth Amendment reference - which she took as a warning she was at risk of incriminating herself - and other ``badgering'' by Clinton lawyer Robert Bennett affected her state of mind during the deposition...... Mrs. Willey also testified that she had been frightened by a threatening encounter, two days before the deposition, with a stranger who mentioned her missing cat and slashed car tires. In testimony crucial to the prosecutors' case against Ms. Steele, Mrs. Willey described Clinton grabbing and kissing her on Nov. 29, 1993, during a meeting in the White House, and she said that she had talked with her former friend about it that day and ``many, many times'' since. She said Ms. Steele ``wanted to be very much into this story'' and ``wanted to make money off of it,'' even suggesting they sell Mrs. Willey's story to a tabloid newspaper...."

NewsMax.com 5/5/99 Carl Limbacher "...Juanita Broaddrick has offered her support to Kathleen Willey and says she would make a personal appearance at the Virginia trial of Willey's accuser if asked to do so. "I emailed Kathleen," Broaddrick told NewsMax.com's Carl Limbacher late Wednesday. "And I told her that if she needed me there I'd be there." .... "He was very forceful," Willey testifed at Steele's trial Tuesday. "His hands were all over me." Broaddrick's support, especially if Willey asks her to attend the trial, could add a dramatic twist to the only Sexgate prosecution to emerge from Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's year-long Monica Lewinsky probe. Any association between the Broaddrick and Willey charges could rapidly re-focus the Steele trial on questions of whether Mr. Clinton is guilty of a pattern of criminal sexual assault....."

Fox Newswire/AP 5/6/99 Pete Yost "...With Ms. Steele's defense about to begin and with so many witnesses saying they were told about a Clinton-Willey encounter, Ms. Steele's lawyers face the task of convincing the jury that Mrs. Willey never took her onetime close friend, Ms. Steele, into her confidence..... Besides Mrs. Horan, two other witnesses - long-time friend Mary Highsmith and Richmond, Va., TV producer William Poveromo - said Ms. Steele informed them of the alleged incident. Poveromo said Ms. Steele said she'd been told of it soon after it happened in 1993. There is testimony at the trial that Mrs. Willey told at least five other people besides Ms. Steele: Ruthie Eisen, Linda Tripp, Marlene MacDonald, Betsy Pond, all of whom are former White House staffers; and a Virginia woman, Diane Martin. At the end of her testimony Wednesday, Mrs. Willey testified she felt threatened when Clinton lawyers Robert Bennett suggested she assert her Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination rather than answer questions about an alleged sexual advance by the president. "I felt like that was a threat coming from the president,'' she said...."

AP 4/7/99 Peter Yost DSH "...Jurors in the Julie Hiatt Steele trial said they were "hopelessly deadlocked'' today on all four charges of making false statements and obstructing Kenneth Starr's investigation of President Clinton. U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton ordered the jurors to "make one more attempt'' to reach a verdict after the foreman told him they were deadlocked on all counts. Jurors had been deliberating for 7 1/2 hours over two days in the trial of Ms. Steele, who is charged with making false statements that undercut Kathleen Willey's allegation of an unwanted sexual advance by Clinton...."

Freeper paul in cape reports 5/11/99 on Kathleen Willey on Hardball with Chris Matthews "...Opening statement - she expects to be verbally attacked starting after tonight's show ..." Truthkeeper adds "...She says Mickey Kantor is the one who applied pressure to Julie Hiatt Steele re: the flaky adoption of her kid...."

Drudge report expands 5/11/99 "...Earlier this year, ABC NEWS hotshot reporter Jackie Judd showed presidential accuser Kathleen Willey a picture of a man. Judd was developing a story about an incident she was first to reveal about the morning Willey was spooked by a stranger -- a stranger that knew too many details about her private life. A stranger that approached her just two days before she was to tell a grand jury about what Bill Clinton did to her in the White House. "Is this the man who approached you that morning?" Judd asked Willey. The DRUDGE REPORT can now reveal that Willey was shown a picture of Cody Shearer -- the brother-in-law of Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and long-time friend of President Bill Clinton! Judd has not yet filed a report on what Willey told her that day, but Willey did open up to CNBC's Chris Matthews in an interview on Tuesday night. Willey unloaded details of her run-in with a man: "I was walking with my three dogs, and I saw this man coming toward me... He called me by name, 'Kathleen, did you ever find your cat?' he asked. 'No, I have not, and we really miss him,' I told him. 'Did you ever get those tires fixed on your car?' he asked. The hair on my neck started to stand on end... He asked me about my children by name. Willey told Matthews that she can ID the man as being one of the president's associates. The twin brother of Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott's wife, Brooke Shearer, has been at the center of controversy since Bill Clinton has been president -- but he has remained mostly out of the headlines. Freelance journalist Cody Shearer is alleged to have had cozy relations with Investigative Group International, using their office databases and hob-nobbing with operatives, according to reports in VANITY FAIR and the NEW YORK POST last summer....."

CNBC News Transcripts 5/11/99 Hardball with Chris Matthews "... MATTHEWS: Do you wish you had a dress like Monica had to be blunt about it? Ms. WILLEY: Yes. Yes. Yes, I do. MATTHEWS: Explain. Ms. WILLEY: Well, where would she be without that dress? That--where--where would--they would have just trashed her. MATTHEWS: They were? Ms. WILLEY: They were going to until they got the results back on that dress....."

Associated Press 5/12/99 Pete Yost "...After her initial lie detector test was inconclusive, a second FBI test found Kathleen Willey was truthful when she alleged that President Clinton made a sexual advance, according to newly released documents. A federal judge unsealed the 1998 lie detector results this week after news organizations, including The Associated Press, went to court to challenge the secrecy surrounding them. ....In the FBI report released by U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton, a third set of polygraph questions is blacked out because of an "ongoing investigation'' by Starr's office, the judge states in a court order. In that third series of questions, Mrs. Willey was also found to be "truthful,'' the FBI report states. ...."

NewsMax.com 5/12/99 "...Breaking a 14 month media silence about the events surrounding her sexual assault by President Clinton, on Tuesday Kathleen Willey linked two friends of the president to separate episodes of witness intimidation. Appearing on CNBC's "Hardball" with Chris Matthews, Willey alleged that former Commerce Secretary and longtime Clinton operative Mickey Kantor had threatened her friend Julie Hiatt Steele to get her to change her story. Willey said that she was persuaded to go public with her own account in March 1998 only when producers for CBS's "60 Minutes" unearthed Kantor's involvement and shared the information with her: "They told me that my friend Julie Steele had been approached by a very high ranking member of the Clinton administration questioning her about the conditions of the adoption of her child.....I decided that no woman, no person, no mother should be threatened with her child. And that was the reason I did "60 Minutes". Willey said that "60 Minutes" producers specifically identified the administration official to her as Kantor. She told Matthews that "60 Minutes" had promised to expose the cover-up as part of the same episode where she described her assault by Clinton but instead CBS decided to withold the Kantor bombshell...."

NewsMax.com 5/12/99 "...For the last year Steele has publicly claimed that it was the Office of Independent Counsel that had investigated her son's adoption to pressure her to lie. But in sworn testimony during the April trial of Susan McDougal on contempt and obstruction charges, Steele admitted that the OIC had done no such thing. ..."

NewsMax.com 5/12/99 "...In another shocking exchange, Ms. Willey established a separate White House link to the encounter she had with a jogger who threatened her two days before her January 1998 deposition in the Paula Jones case. Willey told CNBC's Matthews that she was approached at dawn as she walked through her Virginia neighborhood by a total stranger who seemed to know a lot about her personal life: "He asked me, 'Did you ever find your cat?' And I said, 'No, I haven't and we really miss him.' Then he said, 'Did you ever get those tires fixed on your car?' And I said 'No' and that's when the hair started standing up on the back of my neck." Willey said the stranger identified her pet by name, saying, "That cat, he was a nice cat. Bullseye was his name, wasn't it?" Willey added, "He asked me about my children by name. He said, 'How are your children, Shannon and Patrick?' It was a very insidious thing and it was meant to scare me." The former White House volunteer said she was able to identify the stranger as someone "associated with" President Clinton after being shown photos by investigators. She would not publicly reveal her tormentor's name but Matthews' questions narrowed the field down to three people:... MATTHEWS: Is it someone in the President's family of friends? Is it somebody related to Strobe Talbott? Is it a Shearer? WILLEY: I can't say. I've been asked not to by the Office of Independent Counsel because they are investigating this. Derek, Cody and Brooke Shearer are longtime friends of the Clintons who have been linked in published reports to IGI, the White House's regular private detective agency run by Terry Lenzner. Brooke Shearer is married to Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott...."

The Hotline/Hardball 5/18/99 Chris Matthews "....Today Mr. Shearer's attorney sent me a further letter stating that Mr. Shearer had nothing whatever to do with the events described by Ms. Willey. He wrote, and I'm quoting here, 'During the entire period that Ms. Willey identified, including the date on which she was accosted, Mr. Shearer was in California.' He says he has documentary proof of that including restaurant, ATM and other travel receipts. Well after my Philadelphia encounter with Mr. Shearer, which I did find credible, I now regret having ... not spoken beforehand with him before I mentioned his name on the air. I should have never have brought his name up until we had vetted it" ("Hardball," CNBC, 5/17)...."

NewsMax.com 5/19/99 "...Just a week after Kathleen Willey went public with new details about a stranger who tracked her down and warned against testifying in the Paula Jones case, Inside Cover has learned that Juanita Broaddrick says she was also followed just days before her interview with House impeachment investigators. And, in yet another mysterious twist mirroring Willey's allegations, Broaddrick reveals that her house pets were set loose and that her phone was tampered with shortly after her first contacts with the press in early 1998. Though second hand accounts of unwanted sexual encounters with President Clinton now number over a dozen, Broaddrick and Willey are the only women who have personally described overpowering physical assaults on the record...."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...For all of the confusion surrounding her charge that she was groped in the Oval Office on Nov. 29, 1993, one thing seems clear: She was the victim of some kind of intimidation and vilification effort. (1) Jared Stern, a private eye for Prudential Associates, said in interviews that his late boss, Bob Miller, told him the White House had asked them to provide a chronology on Willey... (2) Willey said she found masses of nails in three of her car tires about two months before her Jan. 11, 1997 deposition in the Jones case. The tire repair shop concurred to the Associated Press that it did not look like an accident. Shortly afterwards her cat disappeared. And on Jan. 9, said Willey, a mysterious jogger appeared in the predawn hours and asked about her cat, her tires and her children by name. "Don't you get the message?" he allegedly told her. The man she fingered has an alibi, leaving this mystery unsolved. (3) Clinton himself undercut Willey by releasing personal letters from her and by speaking to the grand jury about her reputation in her hometown of Richmond, Va. Journalist Christopher Hitchens has stated that he learned from White House aide Sidney Blumenthal of a planned campaign to destroy Willey's credibility. VULNERABILITY: Her husband had just told her not only that they were broke, but he had essentially embezzled some clients' money. On the day of her Oval Office meeting, her husband killed himself...."

Associated Press 7/13/99 Dominic Perella "…Kathleen Willey, who accused President Clinton of fondling her in the White House, says she's engaged and trying to move on with her life - but she still stays in touch with another Clinton accuser….In an interview with Richmond magazine Style Weekly, Ms. Willey said she and Juanita Broaddrick call and e-mail each other at least once a month…. "We've had some real heartfelt talks," Ms. Willey said in the story published Tuesday….."

The Washinton TIMES 7/21/99 George Archibald "...Bruce E. Lindsey, President Clinton's chief advisor, prepared to discredit Kathleen E. Willey a year before the former White House employee publicly accused the president of sexually groping her in the Oval Office. First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton was also involved in Mr. Lindsey's planned use of 15 friendly letters from Mrs. Willey to Mr. Clinton to counteract her expected claims about Mr. Clinton's sexual advances, Justice Department lawyers stated in a civil lawsuit over Privacy Act violations. The disclosures came last week in lawsuit filings by Judicial Watch for former White House employees who accused the administration of misusing their FBI files in the so-called Filegate case. U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth ordered White House officials to answer Judicial Watch's questions about release of Mrs. Willey's letters in March 1998, saying "misuse" of materials from her White House file "could prove to be circumstantial evidence of file misuse aimed at the [Filegate] plaintiffs." ...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs seek to question Ms. Willey about threatening incidents she said occurred before her deposition in the Jones case. The incidents -- nails in her car tires, the disappearance of the family cat, and an unknown (at the time) jogger who questioned her about the prior two incidents, asking "Don't you get the message?" - were apparently an effort to intimidate her from giving truthful testimony in the Jones case. Plaintiffs also want to question her about her statements that Clinton lawyer, Robert Bennett, threatened her suggesting she should plead the Fifth Amendment and hire a criminal defense lawyer before her Jones deposition. Plaintiffs also want to inquire about private investigator Jared Stern who, at the behest of Martin Landow, Democratic Party contributor, was hired to conduct a "noisy" investigation of her during the Jones case and Independent Counsel investigation. Ms. Willey worked in the White House as a volunteer in 1993. In early 1998, she claimed that she had been sexually groped by Clinton on November 23, 1993, in the same Oval Office room where he later had an affair with Monica Lewinsky. In an interview with 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley, she stated that Clinton embraced her, kissed her, touched her breast, and placed her hand on his genitals. Willey also told ABC News that two weeks before her January 11, 1997 deposition in the Jones case, she found masses of nails in three of her car tires. Shortly thereafter, her cat, which she had had for many years, disappeared. Then, just before she testified in the Jones case, a jogger stopped her and asked her about her tires, her cat, and her children -- by name. "Don't you get the message?" he asked, and then jogged off. The jogger was recently identified as Cody Shearer, the brother-in-law of Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and long-time friend of Clinton. Willey confirmed and elaborated upon her account of this incident in a recent interview on Hardball with Chris Matthews. She described in more detail her encounter with the mysterious jogger in her Virginia neighborhood on January 8, 1998, just days before her deposition in the Jones case: WILLEY: . . . I went out for a walk. I had my three dogs with me, and I saw a man coming towards me. And I at first thought that he was a neighbor. . . . And he was coming towards me, and he called my - out my name, and he said, 'Kathleen.' And I stopped and I said, 'Yes?' And he said, 'Did you ever find your cat?' And I said, 'No.' . . . I'd asked a couple of neighbors to keep an eye out for this family pet, a 13-year-old cat. I'd never told anybody his name. I just described him to these neighbors, and I thought that maybe word had gotten around in the neighborhood . . And so he asked me, 'Did you ever find your cat?' And I said 'No, I didn't.' And I said . . . 'Not - no, I haven't, and we - we really miss him.' And then he said, 'Did you ever get those tires fixed on your car?' And I said 'No.' And that's when the hairs started standing up on the back of my neck. And he said . . . 'That - that cat of yours, he was a nice cat.' And he said . . . 'Bullseye was his name, wasn't it?' 'He was a really nice cat.' And I said 'How do you know my cat's name? I mean, what - how do you know anything about this?' And then I said, 'And how do you know about my car and how do you know about the tires?' And he said, 'Well, did you ever get them fixed?' And I said 'yes, I did.' . . . It was - it was a very insidious thing, and it was meant to scare me.. . .MATTHEWS: And it did, to some extent. You testified a couple of days later in a kind of hesitant manner. WILLEY: He asked me about my children by name. 'How are your children? How are Shannon and Patrick?' . . .WILLEY: He asked how they were and, at the - at this point, I started asking him who he was and what he wanted. MATTHEWS: Right. WILLEY: And he just looked me right in the eye and he said, 'You're just not getting the message, are you?' And I turned around and - and ran. I had no business running, and probably ran about 100 yards, I was so frightened, and I turned around and he was gone. Willey later stated to Matthews that she recognized the man from pictures shown to her by ABC News reporter Jackie Judd. When asked by Matthews if it was Cody Shearer, Willey said that she couldn't say, citing the Independent Counsel's investigation. Id. NewsMax.com reports that Willey later told Matthews off camera that the stranger was in fact Clinton operative Cody Shearer. Willey also told 60 Minutes that she felt pressured by Clinton's lawyer Bob Bennett. She said that Bennett suggested she plead the Fifth Amendment and hire a criminal lawyer. According to Willey, "the insinuation to me was that Mr. Bennett was implying that I was going to face some kind of a criminal charge for perjury or - or something else, and that I would need an inside the loop - an inside Washington criminal lawyer, and . . . I didn't and I don't." Willey also stated that Nathan Landow tried to pressure her to keep her story secret. ABC News reported that Landow poured over $247,000 and raised over $600,000 for Clinton's presidential campaigns. He reportedly pressured Willey in the weeks before and after her Jones deposition to deny her accusation that Clinton groped her, and to state that nothing had in fact happened. ABC News also reported that a private investigator, Jared Stern, was hired by Landow's lawyer "to pull Willey's phone records, to find out what medications Willey might be taking and to conduct a 'noisy' investigation aimed at making sure Willey knew she was being watched." Stern's lawyer stated that Stern "perceived a situation where he was being asked to do something he wasn't comfortable with." As a result, Stern called Willey and left a message - using an alias - warning her that someone wanted to do her harm...."

Judicial Watch 6/12/00 "….Judicial Watch announced today that Clinton aide Bruce Lindsey admitted in sworn interrogatory responses that he and other Clinton White House lawyers released documents concerning Kathleen Willey from her government files because her allegations of sexual misconduct against Bill Clinton might influence -- and even expand -- criminal investigations into Mr. Clinton's activities. Lindsey couldn't remember "details" of his conversations, but testified that Bill Clinton "concurred" in the recommendation that the Willey documents be released and that the release be timed until after Ms. Willey's famous interview on 60 Minutes………..A federal court judge, The Honorable Royce Lamberth, has already ruled that Bill Clinton and his aides engaged in a criminal violation of the Privacy Act when they released the Willey documents to the press - a ruling upheld on appeal. The ruling came in the context in the ongoing Filegate civil lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of those Republicans and others whose FBI files were illegally obtained and misused by the Clinton White House. Hillary Clinton, a defendant in this lawsuit, also participated in the Willey document release. The court has ruled that, in the context of the Filegate lawsuit, the misuse of Ms. Willey's government files is circumstantial evidence that the FBI files at issue were misused. In his sworn interrogatory responses, Lindsey admits that: ......... Mr. Lindsey, Mr. (Charles) Ruff, and Ms. (Cheryl) Mills considered the impact that Ms. Willey's allegations might have on the on-going Lewinsky investigation, the potential for impeachment hearings, and general public confidence in the President's credibility...[they] concluded that Ms. Willey's allegations, without any context, might bias the public and Congress and thereby increase the potential for the expansion of the Independent Counsel's jurisdiction and the likelihood of impeachment proceedings against the President...Once these three individuals concluded, that on balance, the letters should probably be release, they discussed the timing of the release. They decided to wait until after viewing Ms. Willey's appearance to make a final decision regarding the release of the letters and the timing of the release. ......... "The release of Ms. Willey's documents was not only a criminal violation of the Privacy Act but, as Lindsey's admissions confirm, was also part of an effort to obstruct justice and intimidate a witness in a criminal probe concerning Bill Clinton. Criminal prosecutions are warranted," stated Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman. ……"

UPI 6/12/00 Randall Mikkelsen "……President Clinton's lawyers released friendly letters from Kathleen Willey to prevent allegations he groped the former White House volunteer from fueling a broader impeachment inquiry, a legal filing released on Monday said……… The document was filed on behalf of deputy White House counsel Bruce Lindsey in response to a lawsuit by the conservative legal group Judicial Watch, which released it………. In the filing the White House said Lindsey and other White House lawyers considered releasing the letters after they learned Willey would detail her allegations on the CBS television program ``60 Minutes.''………. The filing said Lindsey and other White House lawyers ''concluded that Ms. Willey's allegations, without any context, might bias the public and Congress and thereby increase the potential for the expansion of the independent counsel's jurisdiction and the likelihood of impeachment proceedings against the president.'……..' It said the lawyers concluded releasing the letters would not violate a self-imposed pledge not to personally attack any of the president's accusers. ``Because these letters were Ms. Willey's own words, the use of them would not be inconsistent with that commitment,'' it said………"

New York Daily News 8/15/00 Timothy Burger "…..Disgusted by back-to-back Clinton convention speeches last night, Kathleen Willey broke a long silence to say she's willing to help Rep. Rick Lazio's Senate campaign against Hillary Rodham Clinton. Willey hammered the First Lady as a mastermind of White House efforts to discredit Willey after Willey alleged that President Clinton groped her in the Oval Office. "I've had about a bellyful of these people," Willey said last night as she and her new husband, Bill Schwicker, sat in their home near Richmond, Va………. "

YAHOO News/REUTERS 9/21/00 James Vicini "……Kathleen Willey Schwicker, a former White House volunteer who accused President Clinton (news - web sites) of fondling her in 1993, said Thursday she has sued Clinton, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (news - web sites), and various White House aides claiming they violated her privacy and civil rights…….. Judicial Watch, a conservative legal group that has brought a number of lawsuits against the Clinton White House, filed the latest case in federal court in Washington, D.C., mainly over the White House's release of letters she had written to Clinton. …….. ``I will not sit by while those in power come down like a ton of bricks on one woman fighting alone. I will go to court to seek redress,'' Schwicker said at a news conference outside the courthouse. ``My children have been threatened, my government files have been released and my life's innermost secrets have been dragged through the press. I am only one private citizen and he is the president, but that is why we have courts -- to protect people like me from abuses from people like him,'' she said. …….. The lawsuit accused the White House of intentionally releasing the letters and other confidential information about her, and that she has suffered ``substantial damages, including but not limited to loss of reputation and emotional distress.'' The suit also accused the defendants of engaging in a scheme to violate the privacy law, ``destroying her good name, credibility and reputation.'' ……..Among those named in the lawsuit were the president and first lady, current White House aides Sidney Blumenthal and Bruce Lindsey, former aides Charles Ruff and Cheryl Mills, the president's lawyer, David Kendall, and ``the executive office of the president.'' ……"

Judicial Watch 9/21/00 "......Kathleen Willey Schwicker, the woman who was assaulted by President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office pantry, and who was and remains a material witness in the on-going Lewinsky grand jury proceeding of the Office of Independent Counsel, has filed a complaint for violation of privacy and civil rights, as well as other claims. The lawsuit, filed yesterday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, comes on the heels of a finding by the Honorable Royce C. Lamberth in companion litigation over another Clinton-Gore Administration scandal, Filegate, that the President, with the aid of others in The White House, had committed a criminal violation of the Privacy Act in releasing documents from Kathleen Willey Schwicker's government files to smear and harm her reputation and credibility........ The complaint, which was filed by the public interest law firm Judicial Watch on Kathleen Willey Schwicker's behalf, speaks for itself, and can be found on Judicial Watch's Internet site at www.judicialwatch.org. It details her long ordeal to simply testify truthfully in the on-going Lewinsky and other Clinton-Gore Administration scandals, free from threats, intimidation and coercion, and personal injury........"

 

1/29/99 ABC News Jackie Judd Chris Vlasto ".ABCNEWS has learned that a private investigator has become a key witness in the investigation of whether someone tried to scare Kathleen Willey into remaining silent about allegations President Clinton made an unwanted sexual advance.. Sources now say Starr's investigation is focused on Jarrett Stern, a private investigator with ties to prominent Democratic fund-raiser Nathan Landow. Asked whether he has been working on a project related to Willey, Stern said, "It is true. The specifics of it, I don't want to get into." ..Sources familiar with Stern's work say he was hired by Saul Schwartzbach, a lawyer for Landow...Sources say Stern was asked to pull Willey's phone records, to find out what medications Willey might be taking and to conduct a "noisy" investigation aimed at making sure Willey knew she was being watched. Stern's lawyer, Edward Bouquet, said the private investigator began to feel uneasy with the Willey project. "I think that he perceived a situation where he was being asked to do something he wasn't comfortable with," Bouquet said. Bouquet claims Stern was so uncomfortable that he called Willey and left a message - using an alias - warning her that someone wanted to do her harm..."

http://washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/stories/willey013099.htm Susan Schmidt 1/30/99 ".....Stern's lawyer, Edouard Bouquet of Bethesda, told the network his client felt uneasy about what he was asked to do and called Willey, using an alias, to warn her someone was out to do her harm.

"I think that he perceived a situation where he was being asked to do something he wasn't comfortable with," Bouquet said of Stern. ......"

http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/stories/1999/02/19/grand.jury/ Pierre Thomas/CNN 2/19/99 "..... CNN has learned part of Stern's investigation involved reviewing Willey's telephone records. "There was some indication from his employer that this had 'come from the White House,' but my client has no independent knowledge of that," Bouquet said. ..... Stern's employer has since died. ..... Stern is now cooperating with Starr. He has been granted immunity and made two grand jury appearances last year. Stern also talked with the independent counsel's investigators within the last month. "I think that he (Starr) believes that my client was involved in some attempt to obstruct justice in the Kathleen Willey investigation," Bouquet said. ....."

David Schippers new book "Sellout" 9/21/00"….. Chapter 7 - Contemptible Behavior ……. But bad things happened after Willey was subpoeaned to give a deposition in the Paula Jones case. This story was even more shocking than the President's alleged assault on a married woman. …….. On July 31, 1997, Gecker received, without warning, a fax from the office of the President's attorney. Both Willey and her attorney, who was present during our interview, confirmed to us that it was a document entitled "Statement of Kathleen Willey" and that it came with the instruction that she was to read it as a public statement. It said: "The President of the United States never sexually harassed me in any way, and I have always considered myself to be on excellent terms with him." She ignored the request. …….. In August 1997 the groping incident was reported in the Drudge Report and Newsweek. Around this time she received a phone call from an acquaintance who was a major financial donor to President Clinton. He told her to avoid giving a deposition if she was subpoenaed in the Jones case and to deny that anything had ever happened because only two people knew and "all you have to do is deny it, too." …….. Willey was subpoenaed in the fall of 1997 but wasn't actually called to testify until January 10, 1998. Shortly after she received the subpoena, Gecker was visited by one of the President's lawyers. Gecker told Kathleen the gist of the meeting: Clinton's lawyer was suggesting she avoid testifying by taking he Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination …….. A short time after that initial meeting, Gecker told us, he received an unsolicited package from the President's lawyers. It contained a form affidavit, a form motion to quash the deposition subpoena, and a memorandum of law in support of the motion to quash. ………… A short while before Willey was scheduled to testify, Gecker received another visit from the same lawyer. ….. Gecker added that even if she wanted such a lawyer, Willey was broke and could not afford the fees charged by top Washington criminal lawyers. The President's attorney offered that she wouldn't need to worry about fees because "we will take care of that." …….. After that conversation, Gecker reported, he received a call from one of the best criminal lawyers in Washington about representing Kathleen Willey. When Gecker again mentioned that she had no money, the lawyer replied that there would be no fees to pay. ………."

David Schippers new book "Sellout" 9/21/00"…..She was frightened and convinced that if she testified she would be indicted by Janet Reno's Justice Department. ……. Shortly before her January 10 deposition, Willey came out of her Virginia home to find all of her tires flat. Her mechanic asked, "Who the hell did you tick off? Your tires were flattened with a nail gun." ………. In another incident, a man called -- supposedly from the local electric company -- saying her electricity would be turned off that evening so they could run some tests. Later that afternoon, she called the electric company to find out how long the tests would last. She was told there was no plan to interrupt service and no record of anyone calling her. ……… As the deposition got closer, the intimidation increased. One day her cat, Bullseye, disappeared. On January 8, two days before she was to testify, Willey was walking her dogs in a secluded area early in the morning. A man in a jogging suit approached her.
JOGGER: Good morning, did you ever find your cat?
WILLEY: No, we haven't found her yet.
JOGGER: That's too bad. Bullseye was his name, wasn't it? [This shocks Willey, because she has not revealed the cat's name to anyone.]
JOGGER: Did you ever get those tires fixed?
WILLEY: They're fine [Kathleen starts to edge away and look around for help.]
JOGGER: So,---and---[Willey's children's first names]? [Kathleen walks faster toward her house.]
JOGGER: And our attorney, Dan, is he okay?
WILLEY: He's fine
JOGGER: I hope you're getting the message.
Willey was terrified. She turned and ran. The jogger called after her, "You're just not getting the message, are you?" ……… As a result of that meeting, Kathleen feared that she, her children, and her lawyer were at risk of physical harm. She told Gecker about the jogger but didn't mention the not-too-veiled threat against Gecker himself. As she put it, "He was my only hope--I didn't want to lose him." Willey confessed that even during the deposition she was contemplating whether to lie or to tell the truth and possibly suffer terrible consequences. ......"

David Schippers new book "Sellout" 9/21/00"….. Gecker saw that Willey was nervous. When the Jones attorneys asked about the incident in the Oval Office, she looked terrified. Gecker asked for a short recess to consult with his client. He took Kathleen aside and told her they were about to go into the heart of the subject. "Kathleen, there is no turning back, what are you going to do." "I'm going to tell the truth, the whole truth," she answered, with tears in her eyes. She went back and answered every question put to her. The next morning, Willey stepped outside to pick up the newspaper. There on the porch, within a few feet of the front door, the skull of a small animal lay facing her. I asked Willey if she would be willing to testify. As she looked at Gecker, I could see real fear in her eyes. He said it was up to her. …….."

YAHOO News/REUTERS 9/21/00 James Vicini "…..Kathleen Willey Schwicker, a former White House volunteer who accused President Clinton (news - web sites) of fondling her in 1993, said Thursday she has sued Clinton, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (news - web sites), and various White House aides claiming they violated her privacy and civil rights. Judicial Watch, a conservative legal group that has brought a number of lawsuits against the Clinton White House, filed the latest case in federal court in Washington, D.C., mainly over the White House's release of letters she had written to Clinton. ……. The White House released her letters, which were friendly in tone, the day after the interview in an effort to undermine her credibility. The allegations arose during the Monica Lewinsky (news - web sites) sex-and-perjury investigation that led to Clinton's impeachment and acquittal. ``I will not sit by while those in power come down like a ton of bricks on one woman fighting alone. I will go to court to seek redress,'' Schwicker said at a news conference outside the courthouse. ``My children have been threatened, my government files have been released and my life's innermost secrets have been dragged through the press. I am only one private citizen and he is the president, but that is why we have courts -- to protect people like me from abuses from people like him,'' she said. …….. The lawsuit accused the White House of intentionally releasing the letters and other confidential information about her, and that she has suffered ``substantial damages, including but not limited to loss of reputation and emotional distress.'' ……."

NewsMax.com 10/16/00 Carl Limbacher "…… Sexgate accuser Kathleen Willey says that Senate candidate Hillary Clinton privately believes President Clinton sexually assaulted her and other women who have made similar allegations and has offered to come to New York to confront the first lady on the issue. "When I hear these stories about what happened to other women, I know they're telling the truth," Willey told WABC talk radio host Mike Gallagher on Saturday. "Hillary knows in her heart that we're all telling the truth. And we're getting in her way by telling the truth." ……. "I think she knows that we're telling the truth," Willey reiterated to Gallagher. "I think in her heart of hearts that she believes us. She just doesn't know how to deal with it." …….. In what could be an ominous development for the first lady's New York senate campaign, Willey says she's willing to confront Hillary in her own backyard by coming to the state and telling her story to voters. ….."

NewsMax.com 10/16/00 Carl Limbacher "…… Sexgate accuser Kathleen Willey says that Senate candidate Hillary Clinton privately believes President Clinton sexually assaulted her and other women who have made similar allegations and has offered to come to New York to confront the first lady on the issue. ….. "When I hear these stories about what happened to other women, I know they're telling the truth," Willey told WABC talk radio host Mike Gallagher on Saturday. "Hillary knows in her heart that we're all telling the truth. And we're getting in her way by telling the truth." …….."I think she knows that we're telling the truth," Willey reiterated to Gallagher. "I think in her heart of hearts that she believes us. She just doesn't know how to deal with it." In what could be an ominous development for the first lady's New York senate campaign, Willey says she's willing to confront Hillary in her own backyard by coming to the state and telling her story to voters. "If there's anybody in New York who wants me to talk to them or their groups or people that are interested in the election, I'd be glad to sit down and talk to people and tell them what this woman and her husband did to me," the Clinton accuser promised. "They smeared my late husband's name. They have threatened me. The have let me know that if I spoke up there would be hell to pay," Willey told Gallagher. ….."

 

 

Sandra Allen James (DC) - sexual assault

Freeper DonMorgan 2/20/99 Capitol Hill Blue Daniel J. Harris, Teresa Hampton excerpt ".Sandra Allen James, a former Washington, DC, political fundraiser says Presidential candidate-to-be Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a political trip to the nation's capital in 1991, pinned her against the wall and stuck his hand up her dress. She says she screamed loud enough for the Arkansas State Trooper stationed outside the hotel suite to bang on the door and ask if everything was all right, at which point Clinton released her and she fled the room. When she reported the incident to her boss, he advised her to keep her mouth shut if she wanted to keep working. Miss James has since married and left Washington.."

Original Sources 2/25/99 Dr. Bryce Buchanan "….In 1991 a campaign worker, Sandra Allen James, said Clinton invited her to his room, pinned her against the wall, and fondled her. What if these women (and others) are all telling the truth about this man? Would you care at all? …"

Capitol Hill Blue 2/24/99 Doug Thompson "…Three women who earlier confirmed unwanted sexual encounters with Bill Clinton over the last 30 years are now refusing to discuss the matter further and at least one may have been threatened in an effort to keep her quiet…. …. One news source, however, said privately Tuesday that she had gotten Sandra James' phone number from a source close to the White House…"

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".A former Washington, DC, political fundraiser says Presidential candidate-to-be Clinton invited her to his hotel room during a political trip to the nation's capital in 1991, pinned her against the wall and stuck his hand up her dress. She says she screamed loud enough for the Arkansas State Trooper stationed outside the hotel suite to bang on the door and ask if everything was all right, at which point Clinton released her and she fled the room. When she reported the incident to her boss, he advised her to keep her mouth shut if she wanted to keep working.."

 

 

22 Year Old 1972 (Yale) - sexual assault

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, who was a law student at the college.."

Freeper DonMorgan 2/20/99 excerpts Daniel J. Harris, Teresa Hampton ". In 1972, a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, who was a law student at the college. No charges were filed, but retired campus policemen contacted by Capitol Hill Blue confirmed the incident; .."

Original Sources 2/25/99 Dr. Bryce Buchanan "….In 1972, a Yale University coed told campus police that a law student named Bill Clinton had sexually assaulted her... What if these women (and others) are all telling the truth about this man? Would you care at all?

London Evening Standard 3/1/99 Richard Holliday "…The Yale University allegations centre on an incident in 1972 - where Clinton had returned from Oxford to study. A 22-year-old woman student complained to campus police she had been sexually assaulted by him.The web-site claims police confirmed the report. Like the woman in England, the Yale victim was tracked down, but she too refused to give her married name or to discuss the allegations…"

 

Cristy Zercher - unwelcomed sexual advance, intimidations

NewsMax.com 10/26/98 Carl Limbacher ".The dark underside of the current sex scandal engulfing the Clinton administration has yet to receive much media attention...For forty minutes late one airborne night, Zercher sat frozen after Clinton awoke, plunked himself down next to her, and casually began caressing her breasts - as Mrs. Clinton slept all the while just feet away..."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Former flight attendant on the Clinton '92 campaign plane, she sold a story to the Star describing his groping her with Hillary nearby. In 1994 after the White House learned that a Washington Post reporter was calling her, Zercher's house was burglarized. Only a diary and photos were taken. VULNERABILITY: Employee...."

 

Paula Jones (AR) - unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault

Clinton set up a legal defense fund to solicit funds to cover his legal fees related to the Whitewater investigation and Paula Jones lawsuit

In his Supreme Court brief asking for a delay in the Paula Jones suit, Clinton sought protection under the Soldier and Sailor's Civil Relief Act of 1940 as commander in chief, on active duty

Steve Jones (Paula's husband) is prepared to fight what he says was an wrongful termination. He worked for Northwest Airlines. The major stockholder is former gubernatorial candidate from California, Al Checci. Steve was fired for reasons which would have never caused termination of another employee. In 16 years, he missed work less than 10 days and was late a total of 20 minutes in all that time. The company refuses to let him see his entire employee file.

Washington Times 10/28/98 Frank Murray ".President Clinton's lawyers secretly fought a losing four-month battle to subpoena files from Kenneth W. Starr's law firm in the expectation they would prove the independent counsel sided with Paula Jones in her sexual misconduct case. Mr. Starr's private law firm, Kirkland & Ellis, won the battle to keep its files private and overcame an interim ruling sending the subpoena fight to federal court in Arkansas.."

AP 11/13/98 ".President Clinton has agreed to pay Paula Jones $850,000 to drop her sexual harassment lawsuit, her lawyer said Friday. Lawyers for both sides signed a deal for a cash payment that includes no apology, said the lawyer, Bill McMillan. `Paula is very pleased that it's finally over,'' he said.."

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".Paula Corbin, an Arkansas state worker, filed a sexual harassment case against Clinton after an encounter in a Little Rock hotel room where the then-governor exposed himself and demanded oral sex.."

Clinton paid to settle the suit although it had been thrown out months before (on appeal)

IRS Audit

Kendall hired private eye Terry Lenzner of Investigative Group International, who also dug dirt on Paula Jones, to do a thorough investigation of Lewinsky's past, according to the Washington Post.

7/24/98 AP "Paula Jones said Friday that letters written to her by her previous lawyers should not have been made public in her sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton. The letters were released last month when U.S. District Judge Susan Webber Wright, who dissed the lawsuit, entered them into the public record. Mrs. Jones asked Wright to vacate her order that made the letters public, saying the letters were addressed to her, dealt with legal issues and included advice in the lawsuit. ``Therefore, on their face, these are attorney-client privileged communications,'' her motion said. ``Why these letters were in the possession of the court is unknown to Mrs. Jones.'' "

Washington Post Archives 3/28/98 Jones Lawyers Freeper randita ".19. Moreover, as demonstrated by Exhibit F attached hereto and incorporated herein (the Declaration of T. Wesley Holmes identifying documentary material obtained in the factual investigation of this action concerning witness Phillip Yoakum) and Exhibit G attached hereto and incorporated herein (Sworn Declaration of Beverly Lambert), significant evidence suggests that Defendant Clinton and his agents have exerted great efforts to suppress and obstruct testimony by [name withheld] that Defendant Clinton in the past forcibly raped and sexually assaulted (within the definitions of Federal Rules of Evidence 413 and 415) her and then bribed and/or intimidated her and her family into remaining silent about this outrage. [name withheld] admitted to Plaintiff's investigator that [name withheld] had suffered a "horrible thing" at the hands of Bill Clinton that she did not want to relive; that Mr. Clinton was "too vicious" to be impacted by this lawsuit; and that, based on [name withheld]'s experience, she believes Paula ]ones is telling the truth in this lawsuit. Exhibit G. Mr. Yoakum's documents recount that Mr. Clinton would provide "a couple of big favors" to [name withheld]'s husband to serve as the purchase "price for silence." Exhibit F at 3.."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...After her name became linked to him as a willing participant, she filed suit and stubbornly fought him to the Supreme Court and back. She became the focus of a major dirt-digging effort by private investigator Terry Lenzner. The Clinton team spread allegations that she was a loose woman, although the Jones detectives checked out the leads and found them to be bogus. More recently, she spoke of concern about her safety. "Through this whole thing I've felt very scared," she told Larry King. "I don't drive crazy, so I won't run off the road; and I'm not suicidal. So if something happened to me, there's a reason." VULNERABILITY: She was a powerless clerk...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs seek to question Ms. Jones about her statements that she is fearful for her life, the threat she perceived from Clinton' s lawyer and Defendant in this case, Robert S. Bennett, and her stated belief that Clinton ordered the IRS tax audit initiated against her. On Larry King Live, Ms. Jones stated: KING: Paula, do you think you were audited because of who you are? JONES: Absolutely - Clinton ordered it. KING: Sarasota, Florida - Hello. CALLER: Yes, Paula thank you for your courage. And I'd like to ask you: Have you ever been threatened, or do you fear for your life? JONES Yes, I mean, through this whole thing I've felt very scared, and want to watch where I'm going all times, ne er really be alone. . . . Bennett threatened me himself. . . . KING: So you - are you actually - Linda Tripp said the other night that she - you actually feared for your health. JONES: Absolutely. . . . JONES: . . . I want to tell whole world . . . I don't drive crazy, so I won't run off the road; and I'm not suicidal, I love my life, I love my children and everything; so I'm not going kill myself. So we all got that clear on national TV that I would never do that. On April 16, 1999, Ms. Jones again stated her fears on Hannity and Colmes: HANNITY: You stated in the past that you at times, like Linda Tripp has stated as well, that you have feared for your life. You even went on to say that you want the whole world to know that you are not suicidal, that you love life, you love your children, you'd never kill yourself. And you wanted to say that to a national audience. Why? What did you fear? JONES: Well, I mean, there's been a lot of people that's come up dead in Arkansas. And I've had a lot of people ask me, 'Aren't you scared for your life?' And actually, I have been...."

Clinton Press Conference 10/14/99 ".....Q Mr. President, you've never commented on Judge Wright's decision that you intentionally lied in the Jones deposition. Do you accept her finding? And if not, why have you or your attorneys not challenged it? THE PRESIDENT: When I am out of office, I will have a lot to say about this. Until then, I'm going to honor my commitment to all of you, to go back to work. I haven't challenged anything, including things that I consider to be questionable, because I think it is wrong. The American people have been put through enough, and they need every hour, every day, every minute I can give them thinking about their business. And so until I leave here, as I understand it now, all this is finished and I don't have to comment on it; and unless there is some reason I legally have to, I'm not going to say anything else that doesn't relate to my responsibilities as President as regards that. When I'm done, then I can say what I want to say. ...."

NewsMax.com 10/11/00 Carl Limbacher "……. Abandoned by the Right, Paula Jones Sought Reward on the Left Those who were hoping for Paula Jones to "say it ain't so" this week were disappointed to see a statement on her brand new Web site, PaulaJones.net, confirming that she has posed nude for an upcoming issue of Penthouse magazine. ……. "I am not going to defend myself for making a personal choice, nor will I make excuses for my choice," Jones explained. "There is a big difference in what Clinton took unwillingly from me and a personal choice I made as an adult woman." ……. Just months ago, Jones told Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" that she would never pose nude, despite the claims of Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione, who has now apparently made her an offer too generous to refuse. ….. "I've given six years of my life to a cause I did not ask for or want," Jones told her Web site visitors, "years of being called names, being made fun of, my personal life exposed and even threatened. ... I have been judged and condemned by people who do not even know me." ……"

 

Carolyn Moffet -unwelcomed sexual advance, exposure, bordering on sexual assault

Capitol Hill Blue 2/22/99 Daniel J. Harris & Teresa Hampton

Capitol Hill Blue 2/24/99 Doug Thompson "…Three women who earlier confirmed unwanted sexual encounters with Bill Clinton over the last 30 years are now refusing to discuss the matter further and at least one may have been threatened in an effort to keep her quiet. "I'm sorry I ever talked to you about this. Please don't call again," a teary Carolyn Moffet told Capitol Hill Blue Tuesday night…At least one phone call to the home of Carolyn Moffet, who is now married and no longer lives in Arkansas, was an anonymous warning to keep quiet. "Carolyn said she was threatened by a man who said she and her family could be hurt if they said any more," said Constance Harris, a neighbor. "She's real scared." …"

 

1974 student at University of Arkansas - unwelcomed physical contact

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".In 1974, a female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law professor Bill Clinton tried to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference. She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse.."

 

1978-1980 - seven complaints per Arkansas state troopers

Capitol Hill Blue 2/3/99 Daniel Harris Teresa Hampton ".From [1978 per Freeper VeritatisSplendor]-1980, during Clinton's first term as governor of Arkansas, state troopers assigned to protect the governor reported seven complaints from women who said Clinton forced, or attempted to force, himself on them sexually.."

 

Monica Lewinsky - quid pro quo, post incident character assault

Associated Press 10/2/98 AP Freeper gocowboys ". BLUMENTHAL: ... And I said to the president, ``What have you done wrong?'' And he said, ``Nothing. I haven't done anything wrong.'' I said, ``Well, then, that's one of the stupidest ideas I've ever heard.'' ... And it was at that point that he gave his account of what had happened to me and he said ... ``Monica Lewinsky came at me and made a sexual demand on me.'' He rebuffed her. He said, ``I've gone down that road before, I've caused pain for a lot of people, and I'm not going to do that again.'' She threatened him. She said that she would tell people they'd had an affair, that she was known as the stalker among her peers, and that she hated it and if she had an affair or said she had an affair then she wouldn't be the stalker anymore. And I repeated to the president that he really needed never to be near people who were troubled like this... And I said, ``You need to find some sure footing here, some solid ground.'' And he said, ``I feel like a character in a novel. I feel like somebody who is surrounded by an oppressive force that is creating a lie about me and I can't get the truth out. I feel like the character in the novel `Darkness at Noon.''' And I said to him, I said, ``When this happened with Monica Lewinsky, were you alone?'' He said, ``Well, I was within eyesight or earshot of someone.'' I said, ``You know, there are press reports that you made phone calls to her and that there's voice mail. Did you make phone calls to her?'' He said that he remembered calling her when Betty Currie's brother died and that he left a message on her voice machine that Betty's brother had died and he said she was close to Betty and had been very kind to Betty. ..."

NewsMax 2/2/99 Carl Limbacher ".While Blumenthal is almost a peripheral player compared to center-stage figures like Currie, Vernon Jordan, and Monica Lewinsky herself, House prosecutors may be able to use Blumenthal to connect the Lewinsky cover-up directly to what former presidential insider Dick Morris calls "The Clinton Secret Police". .Graham noted that immediately after Clinton imparted his own personal spin on Monica to Blumenthal, a flood of press accounts followed echoing the White House line... But the very hour before Clinton entered the well of the House to speak to Congress and the nation, Andy Bleiler took center stage 3,000 miles away. Bleiler's account of his five-year affair with a teenage Monica, delivered from his Oregon home in a full-blown, nationally broadcast press conference, was the Clinton attack machine's boldest foray into "nuts and sluts" territory.."

AP John Diamond 1/28/98 Little Rock Newspapers, Inc. ".While anonymous White House officials are portraying Monica Lewinsky as a flirtatious Valley girl with a crush on President Clinton, Pentagon colleagues describe her has a hard-working professional unintimidated by power. A part of the White House strategy is to raise questions about the veracity of the woman who is heard telling a friend on a secretly recorded tape that she had sexual relations with the president. The issue of whether these encounters were real or fantasy, and whether Clinton or his close friend Vernon Jordan pressured Ms. Lewinsky to deny the affair in a sworn affidavit, lies at the center of controversy.Last week when the scandal first broke, one White House official who did not work for the administration at the time Lewinsky served as a White House intern began a whispering campaign that Lewinsky was ''unstable,'' the product of a broken home. She battled a chronic weight problem, the official said, and was known in the West Wing as ''the stalker'' for the way she shadowed Clinton as he went about his daily business.."

New York Times 1/28/98 Maureen Dowd ".Inside the White House, the debate goes on about the best way to destroy That Woman, as the President called Monica Lewinsky. Should they paint her as a friendly fantasist or a malicious stalker? They hope it won't be necessary, of course. Maybe Kenneth Starr won't flip her. Maybe the Clintonites won't have to go out and maul a 24-year-old Valley Girl whose friends say she is "like, suicidal," a young woman who has already been traumatized by the creepy Starr and his marauding gang of F.B.I. agents. But the Animal House President has messed up big time again, and he must be dragged back from the precipice by the bimbo patrol.. "That poor child has serious emotional problems," Representative Charlie Rangel of New York said last night before the State of the Union. "She's fantasizing. And I haven't heard that she played with a full deck in her other experiences." ..At least some of the veteran Clinton shooters feel a little nauseated this time around, after smearing so many women who were probably telling the truth as trashy bimbos. It is a tricky matter, going after another young woman who really, like, loved the President, putting mushy valentines to him in the Washington Post personal ads, sending presents by messenger, paying $250 to get into a fund-raiser so she could follow him around like a high school kid waiting outside her boyfriend's biology class..."

National Review 2/9/99 Jonah Goldberg Freeper Marcellus ".Hitchens is being blackballed by his left-wing colleagues...Yesterday the Washington Post approvingly recounted how various friends must now turn on him for being an "informer." But what has he informed about? He has admitted something under oath which everybody in Washington already knew and which he had said to numerous people. Was he supposed to lie to Congress? Wasn't that Ollie North's pernicious crime? Blumenthal and his lawyer, Bill McDaniel, on numerous occasions publicly released any journalist who felt bound by the rules of journalistic confidentiality.... To me the real outrage is that journalists kept Blumenthal's actions secret.... The allegation that the White House mounted a concerted effort to defame its opponents, especially Monica Lewinsky, is serious. If the press has evidence of it and they choose not to run it, they are making a conscious decision to skew popular perceptions...."

Alamo-Girl note: Lewinsky made her immunity agreement at the height of journalistic discovery in the China scandal (7/28/98) – pause. News changed to all Monica, all the time – very little on Chinagate despite searing news by Gertz, et al.

Imus In The Morning 3/4/99 Don Imus Freeper Danno "…Imus in his opening comments on the MSNBC Imus in the Morning simulcast says, in the aftermath of the Monica Interview: "If nothing else this points to how abjectively evil this President is...here is a grown man and the President at that..." "...low-rent slime...so repulsive, the whole thing...if not for the blue dress they would have crucified her..." …"

The Arizona Republic 3/4/99 Julie Amparano Freeper donna "…In the end, no one felt any sympathy for Monica Lewinsky. The seven people who gathered at The Arizona Republic's offices to watch ABC's Barbara Walters interview the former White House intern left completely revolted. "Everyone in the nation wanted to give her the benefit of a doubt," said Gwen Moreno of Phoenix. "I thought I would feel some sympathy for her or something after watching this. But I am totally disgusted with her . . . She seems happy about what she's done." …"

Washington Times 3/6/99 Freeper the Raven "…There were giggles aplenty as little Miss Monica recounted her adventures with The Big Creep. Of course there were a few crocodile tears too. But the overwhelming impression Miss Lewinsky gave of herself was neither of regret nor devastation. No, Monica is quite pleased with herself. She's the vixen who outsmarted the Secret Service! She's "a very passionate, loving woman"! She's the president's "sexual soul mate"!…"

Boston Herald 3/5/99 Beverly Beckham Freeper RR "…If we learned only one thing about Monica Lewinsky Wednesday night, it's that she's no victim. A viper, a vixen, a vamp, a vulture. Pick a ``v'' word - add vapid in there too - but victim is definitely not it…"

This Week with Sam and Cookie 3/7/99 Freeper braveheart reports "…The Monica episode would be just a small "last chapter" if Linda were to write a book about her time watching what has gone on in this White House. Linda admits having been mildly complicit in some of the shenanigans until she got so disgusted, afraid, and weary that she had to take care of herself…. She debunks the "horriible treatment of Monica by Ken Starr". How? SHE WAS THERE in the Pentagon City Ritz with Monica and the OIC Team UNTIL 4 PM. Monica was given every courtesy and ample opportunity to lawyer up…."

Scripes HowardNews Service 3/7/99 "…As if she didn't have enough trouble, now Monica Lewinsky has been sued by a knoxville man allenging 'acts of prostitution". On Thursday, Arthur J. Clemens Jr., and an organization called Citizens for Integrity in Government Service filed a two-page lawsuit against Lewinsky in U.S, District Court. The lawsuit aalenged that the former White House intern "performed acts of prostitution during her period of employment by the United States of America." It says that Lewinsky will be "greatly enriched" by these acts, and by talking about them publicly, and that she should be ordered to turn the money over to the United States…"

ABCNEWS.com 3/7/99 "…Linda Tripp today painted a picture of Monica Lewinsky as a liar who tried to cover up her relationship with the president in order to protect him. Tripp, appearing in an exclusive Sunday morning interview on This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts, said "the world according to Monica" was "fiction, fable, farce and fairy tale." Tripp repeated assertions that she only recorded her conversations with the former White House intern to protect herself after she, Tripp, was being threatened and asked to lie to cover up Lewinsky’s relationship with President Clinton…. Tripp said that "easily 98 percent" of their conversations had not been documented. If they had, she said, presidential confidant "Vernon Jordan would be facing legal consequences." …"

Augusta Chronicle 3/08/99 Editorial "…Israeli blackmail? A new book, if true, could rock Bill Clinton's presidency to its very foundations. This isn't in reference to a former White House intern's just-published opus or more ugly revelations about close encounters of the forcible kind that the Arkansas Lothario may have had in a motel room. No, this book, by respected author Gordon Thomas, is far more serious than ``just sex.'' But it does show how ``just sex'' may lead to blackmail that imperils -- in fact, still imperils -- our nation's national security. Gideon's Spies -- The Secret History of the Mossad alleges that Israel blackmailed Clinton with phone-tapped tapes of his steamy sex talks with Monica Lewinsky. The price Israel's Mossad spy agency demanded to keep the tapes secret was for the president to call off an FBI hunt for a top-level Israeli mole which Thomas claims works in the White House. ``The Israeli agent MEGA -- a much more important spy than the imprisoned agent Jonathan Pollard, and probably his controller -- is still in place at the White House,'' Thomas said the other day…."

Investors Business Daily 3/11/99 Paul Sperry "… Lewinsky, in a taped phone call, warned Tripp it was ''dangerous'' to talk to the press, and reminded her she had ''two children to think about.'' King interviewed her last month. ''You have a fear of your life?'' he asked. ''Oh, absolutely,'' she replied. Monica Lewinksy. Phone tapes record Lewinksy - at the time the White House was pressuring her to sign what turned out to be a false affidavit -intimating to Tripp: ''I would not cross those people for fear of my life.'' She also said: ''My mother's big fear is that he's (Clinton's) going to send someone out to kill me.'' Lewinsky, in an ABC interview earlier this month, said she wasn't being ''truthful'' when she made those remarks…."

Reuters 3/9/99 Paul Majendie "…Monica Lewinsky says she feels she has been more humiliated and damaged than Hillary Clinton by her affair with President Clinton that almost toppled the most powerful man on earth. ….``I was a lot more humiliated than Mrs. Clinton was,'' Lewinsky, on a media blitz around Britain publicizing her biography, told the Daily Telegraph. ``I don't want to characterize the reasons why she might feel humiliated but I think I have had so many different aspects of life exposed, much more than she has. And I think it has been more damaging to me too.'' …"

MSNBC.com 4/8/99 Michael Isikoff "...Reporter Michael Isikoff tells how and why he broke the story. Years from now, when we look back on the Clinton impeachment scandal, Michael Isikoff's name will be stamped on the story. What Newsweek reporter Isikoff knew and when he knew it affected the course of Ken Starr's investigation and had the White House on edge wondering what he would come up with next. Now Isikoff for the first time takes you inside the scandal as it was unfolding - inside Linda Tripp's house when Monica Lewinsky was still calling, still believing that Tripp was a friend she could trust. "I was now convinced Clinton was far more psychologically disturbed than the public ever imagined." Michael Isikoff: "Shortly after I walked in she gets a phone call. Suddenly she sort of snaps her fingers and motions me to come over. And I'm a bit bewildered, but she holds up the phone and there I hear this young woman." ..."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Clinton and associates tried multiple efforts to keep her silent. Clinton urged her to hide the truth about their relationship. His friends sought jobs for her. And when that seemed to fail, the president attempted to start a rumor that she was entirely to blame and that he had not touched her by telling aide Blumenthal that Monica was known as a stalker. VULNERABILITY: She was a young, star-struck, low-level employee with a history of seeking sexual adventure...."

The Progressive Review 8/2/99 Sam Smith "... [And from a November 20,1997 tape in which Monica is talking about telling Clinton she wants to break up with him]: TRIPP: Well, let me put it to you this way. By hanging up and saying you're telling your parents and then hanging up the phone, you're saying a whole hell of a lot more than you could ever do in a 20 minute conversation. LEWINSKY: I know (tape skip) (inaudible) my mom will kill me if I don't tell him - make it clear at some point that I'm not going to hurt him, because - see, my mom's big fear is that he's going to send somebody out to kill me. TRIPP: Oh, my God. Oh, my God. LEWINSKY: So -- TRIPP: Shut up. LEWINSKY: Well, that's what she thinks. TRIPP: Oh, my God. Don't even say such an asinine thing. He's not that stupid. He's an arrogant....but he's not that stupid. LEWINSKY: Well, you know, accidents happen. ..."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs wish to question Ms. Lewinsky about statements she made on the now infamous tapes of telephone conversations between her and Linda Tripp. On one such tape made public by The New York Times last October, Ms. Lewinsky is reported to have stated: "I would not cross those people for fear of my life." Speaking of Clinton she also stated on the tapes that "my mother's big fear is that he's going to send someone out to kill me." Plaintiffs wish to probe these and other statements with Ms. Lewinsky to ascertain the basis for her fears of retaliation. Plaintiffs also wish to question her about the "death list" left on Linda Tripp's office chair, and her conversation with Clinton about Tripp being a "team player." Plaintiffs also want to question Ms. Lewinsky about Clinton's efforts to secure a job for her to ascertain whether those efforts were intended to influence her testimony in the Jones case and Independent Counsel investigation...."

NewsMax.com/Inside cover 10/4/99 Carl Limbacher "....Does President Clinton truly believe that oral sex isn't sex? That was the excuse he gave to save himself from Sexgate perjury charges. But if it's true, the President must not be reading his own executive orders very carefully. Three months before Clinton told a Washington grand jury that he and Monica Lewinsky did not have sex as he defined it, he issued an executive order that blatantly contradicted that definition. On August 17, 1998 Clinton testified that he had an "inappropriate relationship" with the then-24-year old White House intern. But the President denied he had perjured himself in his deposition to Paula Jones' lawyers when he swore he didn't have sex with Lewinsky. Clinton later claimed that the term did not cover Monica performing oral sex on him. Lewinsky testified that she did so 11 times in the course of her relationship with Clinton. But on May 27, 1998, Clinton issued Executive Order 13086 -- 1998: Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States; a modification of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Part of the amendment deals with sexual assault and contains sub-clauses that define the term "sexual act" as: "...contact between the mouth and the penis, the mouth and the vulva, or the mouth and the anus; the penetration, however slight, of the anal or genital opening of another by a hand or finger or by an object....." (Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, June 1, 1998, Volume 34 -- Number 22, Page 985) ....."

Capitol Hill Blue 10/13/99 Doug Thompson ".... Seems Bernie was watching TV the other night when a character in the show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit referred to one person "doing a Lewinsky" on another (which was TV's clever way of saying one person was performing oral sex on another). Bernie wants an apology from NBC and from Dick Wolf, producer of the series. He says the comment held his daughter up to ridicule and defiled his family name. Sorry, Bernie. Your daughter held herself up to ridicule the first time she dropped to her knees and did a Lewinsky to the President of the United States. And you defiled your family name when, instead of acting like a father and demanding Bill Clinton's gonads on a platter, you gave TV interviews and talked about how much you respected the President and thought he was doing a good job for the country. Your daughter tried to parlay her oral talents into big money with a book, which bombed. We sure hope she was better at giving head than she is at storytelling because Monica's Story was a big bore. ...."

New York Post 10/15/99 Meredith Berkman "....WHEN a critic savagely reviewed a performance given by Harry Truman's daughter Margaret, an aspiring chanteuse, the outraged president threatened to punch the guy in the eye. Compare that honorable anecdote - which I've always found touching in a Freudian way - with the tragicomic behavior of Dr. Bernard Lewinsky, Monica's publicity-seeking dad. In Daily Variety, Lewinsky, a Los Angeles oncologist, railed against the NBC drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" for using his family name to mean oral sex on last week's episode. ...."

 

 

Gennifer Flowers - quid pro quo, post incident character assault

NewsMax.Com 10/12/98 Carl Limbacher "…. Americans know about Gennifer Flowers' 12-year affair with President Clinton. But they aren't familiar with what Flowers says happened to her just before she went public with her story. "I was getting threats. I had some saying I was going to be beaten up. I had some saying that I would be killed," Flowers told a New York radio audience in July 1997. Flowers even fingered Clinton himself, whom she believes ordered agents to search her apartment for any evidence that could expose their relationship. Though portrayed by the media as a gold digger, Flowers' real reason for tape- recording her lover and then going public was self-preservation. "Some very scary things were going on," she said. "... I made those tapes for my own protection.". Loren Kirk had merely once shared an apartment with Gennifer Flowers, but that was enough for her to be chased down. San Francisco private eye Jack Palladino -- referred to as a "knee buster" by one Republican personally familiar with his 1992 work -- paid Kirk a visit that summer. And according to the American Spectator in April 1994, Palladino posed a chilling question to her. "Is Gennifer Flowers the sort of person who would commit suicide?" the enforcer wanted to know. Palladino was paid over $100,000 for his work as an alleged bimbo silencer. Dick Morris has questioned whether Palladino was paid from federal funds, which he rightly says would be a devastating development if proved. Morris, who's spent the last few months warning about the "Clinton secret police," is apparently unaware that the Clinton watchdog group Citizens United published a copy of the pertinent page from the Clinton campaign's 1992 Federal Election Commission disbursement report. It suggests that at least $17,000 worth of Palladino's expenses were paid with campaign monies that had federal matching funds mixed in. Another Flowers-related victim would be her Quapaw Towers neighbor, Gary Johnson, who says his videotape of Clinton standing outside her door was stolen by thugs who beat him to a pulp and left him for dead. ."

Citizens for Honest Government Pat Matrisciana 1995 New Clinton Chronicles ".LARRY NICHOLS: During the 1992 presidential campaign, I was getting bludgeoned by the media because Gennifer Flowers had come out of my lawsuit. A man called me on the phone on a Monday, his name was Gary Johnson. He was an attorney. He told me that he felt bad because I was being bludgeoned, and he wanted to talk to me about handling my case. Well, I was craving an attorney, any attorney to help me. GARY JOHNSON: You know, I saw Larry out there doing battles, so to speak, on his own, and I felt like he needed some help. LARRY NICHOLS: I met him on a Tuesday. He was a special attorney; I didn't even know it. You see, he lived next door to Gennifer Flowers. NARRATOR: For security purposes, Gary Johnson had installed a video camera near the front door of his Quapaw Tower Condominium. GARY JOHNSON: Looking at someone in front of my door, it got a perfect shot of them in front of Gennifer Flowers' condominium, and it wasn't my intention ever to take pictures of Bill Clinton going in to see Gennifer Flowers. I could care less who Bill Clinton goes to see. But it just so happened she lived next door to me and I mounted the camera there. LARRY NICHOLS: Guess what he caught on tape? Bill Clinton walking into Gennifer Flowers' apartment on numerous occasions--with a key. LARRY NICHOLS: We filed the request for the subpoenas on Thursday. Saturday morning we found Gary Johnson beaten and left for dead. And without getting into gory details, both elbows were dislocated, his collar bones were broken, his spleen and his bladder were ruptured with holes the size of half dollars in them. His nose, his sinus cavities were all crushed. He had been beaten by Clinton's people.."

Washington Weekly 10/3/98 Carl Limbacker "….FLOWERS: Yes, I had some saying I was going to get beaten up. I had some saying I was going to be killed. "Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!" ."

Washington Weekly 11/30/98 Marvin Lee ".In the 81 questions posed by Chairman Henry Hyde, President Clinton was given an opportunity to deny that he had hired private investigators to intimidate witnesses. In his responses, carefully worded by his lawyers and himself, Clinton did not deny the allegations. In fact, he admitted that he had hired Jack Palladino in 1992: QUESTION 74. Do you admit or deny having knowledge that Jack Palladino was contacted or employed to make contact with or gather information about witnesses or potential witnesses in any judicial proceeding related to any matter in which you are or could be involved? CLINTON: My understanding is that during the 1992 Presidential Campaign, Mr. Jack Palladino was retained to assist legal counsel for me and the Campaign on a variety of matters arising during the Campaign. See also response to No. 72. Jack Palladino is the private investigator and "bimbo eruptions fixer" who visited Gennifer Flowers' roommate, Loren Kirk, expressing concerns for the health and safety of Flowers. "Is Gennifer the type to commit suicide?", Palladino asked Kirk..."

Investors Business Daily 3/11/99 Paul Sperry "… Gennifer Flowers. Another Clinton mistress, Flowers worked for the state of Arkansas. In 1992, she revealed their affair - and had audio tapes to prove it. Then the trouble began, she claims. ''My home had been ransacked. I had received threats. My mother received threats. People were getting beaten. I was afraid for my life,'' she told CNN's Larry King in January 1998. She said her home had been broken into three times and ransacked the third. She told then-candidate Clinton about the burglaries. ''When I told Bill about it, he said, 'Do you think they were looking for something on us?' '' Flowers said. ''When he said it to me, there was just a tone in his voice. And I thought, you probably had this done to me.''…"

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...She was ridiculed as trash for cash for selling her story to the tabloid Star. Although she provided audio tapes in January of 1992 that had the governor urging her, a state employee, to lie, the news media were largely dismissive because of the tabloid connection. Soon afterwards, she said later, trouble began. She told Larry King in 1998: "My home had been ransacked. I had received threats. My mother received threats. People were getting beaten. I was afraid for my life." After a TV crew staked out Quapaw Tower in 1991, her mother (remarried and living in southern Mississippi.) received a phone call saying Gennifer would be better off dead In December, Flowers's apartment was burglarized, and someone had rifled several boxes of old photos. She told Clinton about it and the tone of his response led her to suspect he knew who had done it. Her former Quapaw Tower neighbor, attorney Gary Johnson, who had surveillance tapes showing Clinton arriving at Flowers's apartment, was beaten and left for dead. The assailants demanded the tapes. VULNERABILITY: Her singing career was going nowhere. She was given a state job for which she was no qualified...."

NewsMax.com 6/8/99 Inside Cover "... Last Friday, Judicial Watch put Bernard Nussbaum on the hot seat. Apparently, the years since his forced retirement as Clinton White House counsel have loosened his tongue a bit. Nussbaum revealed that after Gennifer Flowers went public with her story of a 12-year affair with Clinton, he was consulted by key campaign insiders on whether the Clintons ought to prosecute her for defamation. That would have been a neat trick -- considering Flowers had audiotapes featuring, among other things, Clinton chuckling after Gennifer complimented him on his oral sex technique. Then again, as lawyers like the Clintons well know, sometimes just the threat of a lawsuit can force a prospective legal target to lay low. And Flowers was standing almost alone against an army of Clinton-friendly journalists who'd have just as soon seen her drop dead as interview her....."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs seek to question Ms. Flowers about her testimony in the Jones case that Clinton instructed her not to testify truthfully in an Arkansas investigation of allegations that she obtained her state job because of an adulterous affair with Clinton. Plaintiffs also want to question her about repeated break-ins to her home, threats both she and her mother received, and the brutal beating of her neighbor who witnessed Clinton entering her apartment. In an interview published in The Washington Post in August 1998, Ms. Flowers stated that she met Clinton in 1977 when she worked for a Little Rock television station and he was Attorney General of Arkansas. A 12-year affair followed. The Post reported that the affair became public when she was identified in a lawsuit by a state employee alleging that Clinton was using state funds for adulterous affairs. Ms. Flowers testified in the Jones case that Clinton "instructed [her] not to be honest" in the state proceeding investigating that matter. This is further confirmed in her recorded telephone conversation with Clinton in October 1991 wherein he states "[i]f they ever asked [sic] if you'd talked to me about it [the state job], you can say no." Additionally, in January 23, 1998, Flowers was a guest on Larry King Live just after Clinton admitted an adulterous relationship with her during his deposition in the Jones case. Flowers stated on that broadcast that she was "very scared," because "[her] home had been ransacked, I had received threats. My mother received threats. People were getting beaten. I was afraid for my life basically." Flowers' testimony in the Jones case also indicates that these calls were "physically threatening." In fact, in the threatening call that her mother received the man said "[w]ell, I think she'd [Gennifer] be better off dead."..."

NEWSMAX.COM 8/2/99 "...Gennifer Flowers broke one of the most powerful of all media taboos Monday night when she unequivocally called her former lover, the President of the United States, a murderer. The most famous of all pre-presidential Clinton paramours also insisted that had she not protected herself by going public with her story of a twelve-year affair with the then-Arkansas Governor, she would have been killed. Appearing on CNBC's "Hardball" to discuss Hillary Clinton's bombshell Talk magazine interview about her husband's philandering, Flowers was asked by host Chris Matthews if she thought Mrs. Clinton's renewed victim status would help her win the New York Senate race. FLOWERS: Well, in the first place I hope that she does not succeed at becoming a United States Senator from New York. I think that would be a travesty. We've had enough of these people; these criminals, these liars, these murderers. We need to get them out of political office, please. MATTHEWS: Murderers? ....MATTHEWS: Do you believe that the President ordered the killing of anyone? FLOWERS: I believe that he did. And I believe that I wouldn't be sitting here talking with you today had I not become high profile as I did. Even though I didn't do it on purpose, it saved my life. .....Matthews challenged Flowers to cite "one hard case" of Clinton ordering a murder. Flowers named Luther "Jerry" Parks, the onetime chief of campaign security in 1992 who was gunned down execution style nine months after Clinton entered the White House..... Matthews continued to press Flowers for evidence: MATTHEWS: But you don't know if there's any connection [to Bill Clinton]. FLOWERS: I didn't hear Bill Clinton get on the phone and call and place the order to have this man killed. MATTHEWS: But, you know - you sort of need evidence like that to accuse even this guy, a guy you don't like perhaps, of murder, don't you? FLOWERS: Well, I think if it looks like a chicken and walks like a chicken - perhaps it's a chicken. I mean, c'mon. All of these things are just not a coincidence. MATTHEWS: Perhaps...."

Larry Klayman 8/3/99 "...Yesterday, Gennifer Flowers appeared on Chris Mathews' "Hardball," confirming claims by Judicial Watch client Dolly Kyle Browning that the President has a sexual addiction that cannot be controlled, and adding that she, like many others, believes some of the 58 plus deaths during the Clinton Administration may not be accidental, but instead are related to silencing witnesses. She added that persons on behalf of the President may be involved, even if Bill Clinton is not directly responsible. Indeed, on Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes" yesterday evening, Judicial Watch produced a video of the deposition of Linda Tripp, where she testifies that she was threatened on a number of occasions by the Clinton Administration, including through a list of deceased people which Monica Lewinsky left on her chair at the Pentagon. During a later interview on "Larry King Live," Tripp stated that she believed, based on discussions with Lewinsky, that Bill Clinton was behind death threats made to her. When confronted with Flowers' opinion that persons in and around the Clinton Administration were likely behind some of the deaths, Chris Mathews became very nervous and apologetic that Flowers had made these remarks on his program. In fact, The White House obviously views him as an adversary and thus Judicial Watch believes that the Clinton Administration is keeping a file about him. Indeed, Judicial Watch is aware that The White House keeps and maintains files on journalists. Chris Mathews should continue to speak out against Bill Clinton, and not be afraid to pursue factual allegations that he and/or his agents may be behind even greater crimes than can be imagined. In the real world, bad things do happen, and they can even happen in the United States. Gennifer Flowers, who has been proven correct on a number of fronts, should not be dismissed lightly. The hard fact is that the law of averages itself raises questions about the number of deaths in and around this Administration. This 'coincidence' needs to be investigated, not cast aside," stated Judicial Watch Chairman Larry Klayman and President Tom Fitton...."

http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover.shtml 8/6/99 "...Flowers gave her shocking account to Inside Cover during an exclusive appearance Friday afternoon on Sean Hannity's WABC talk radio show in New York, where the onetime Clinton confidante answered an array of probing questions on topics considered taboo in other news venues. INSIDE COVER: Ms. Flowers, (former Clinton girlfriend) Sally Perdue says that Bill Clinton used drugs in her presence, specifically cocaine. Did you ever see Bill Clinton use drugs in your presence? FLOWERS: Yes. He smoked marijuana in my presence and offered me the opportunity to snort cocaine if I wanted to. I wasn't into that. Bill clearly let me know that he did cocaine. And I know people that knew he did cocaine. He did tell me that when he would use a substantial amount of cocaine that his head would itch so badly that he would become self conscious at parties where he was doing this. Because all he wanted to do while people were talking to him is stand around and scratch his head. ...."

WorldNetDaily.com 8/9/99 "...Gennifer Flowers, long-time girlfriend to Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, has reiterated that she believes the president is capable of murder and that she suspects he is responsible for at least some of the many mysterious deaths associated with him in recent years. New York's WABC radio talk show host Sean Hannity asked Flowers last Friday about her statements on Chris Matthews' CNBC "Hardball" program that implied she believed Clinton was behind the killings of some who threatened his political career. Specifically, Hannity asked Flowers if she believed the president was directly involved. "I believe that, that's very possible. ... I'm not saying that Bill necessarily picked up the phone and placed an order," she added. "He perhaps may have had a discussion with some of his operatives and made known his wishes. Perhaps by not even using the words but making it clear to them what he wanted accomplished. ... I think, knowing Bill the way I know Bill, that he generally has a pretty good handle on what's going on around him and who's doing what, and when they're doing it and why they're doing it." .....Hannity asked Flowers about a report that San Francisco private detective Jack Palladino, who was paid $110,000 by Clinton's 1992 campaign to suppress what then-Clinton Chief of Staff Betsey Wright described as "bimbo eruptions," had grilled her friend Loren Kirk on whether Flowers was "the type to commit suicide." "Yes, she told me about that," said Flowers. "Several people called me and told me that they had been approached by Palladino. And they gave me a run down of the things that he had said, the questions he had asked, his demeanor." "So it wasn't just Loren Kirk who relayed that question to you?" asked Hannity. "Oh, no," she said. "It was many, many people. That was a very common question that he asked of every one of them." "That's bizarre," said Hannity. ....."You know, I have been in fear for my life, I had been in fear for my safety before my story became public; a few months before and certainly since then," Flowers told Hannity. "And I think you would agree with me that all of the women that have come forth and told their story about whatever type of relationship they had with Bill Clinton, all have said that they have been threatened." Flowers said that just before her name became public in January 1992, her home was entered and ransacked. She added: "Whoever that was had a key to my home." Flowers also told Hannity that Clinton had offered her cocaine while serving as governor of Arkansas...."

NewsMax.com 8/12/99 Carl Limbacher "...The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz has been fully briefed on what Gennifer Flowers had to say Friday about President Clinton and cocaine. Inside Cover contacted Kurtz Wednesday morning to share Flowers' recorded account of Clinton's cocaine use, after the Post writer ignored the issue in a lengthy screed about completely unsubstantiated rumors that George W. Bush had used the drug. On Wednesday the Post writer seemed to be trying to legitimize the unsourced Bush rumors with a report headlined, "Drug Use: A Campaign Issue in the Making." Despite Kurtz's inability to produce a single account from anyone saying that they'd either seen or heard of Bush using cocaine, Post editors felt Kurtz' story was newsworthy enough to warrant primetime exposure on page A02. ....Though the topic has been in play for lttle more than a month, the press has now queried Bush directly on the as yet unfounded charge more frequently than President Clinton has been challenged on the "R" question..... The Washington Post, along with the rest of the mainstream media, has assiduously avoided asking Clinton the "C" question, despite published accounts from four people who claim to have either seen him use cocaine or report circumstances where Clinton's use of the drug was plainly obvious. A fifth, former Little Rock drug dealer Sharline Wilson, gave her sworn eyewitness account of Clinton's cocaine use to a federal grand jury in 1990.

Kurtz wrote, "An admission of having tried cocaine, the focus of major federal anti-drug initiatives and much inner-city violence, could be more problematic" than a confession about using marijuana. The President has admitted to illegal marijuana use in England after first telling reporters who asked about drugs, "I've never broken the laws of my country." After Clinton's classic marijuana obfuscation, mainstream reporters dropped further inquiries about Clinton's drug use. In a bit of unintended irony, the Post writer noted, "Questions about the personal lives of candidates.....are often triggered by specific allegations, such as when Gennifer Flowers charged in 1992 that she had a long-running affair with candidate Bill Clinton."

What about Flowers' specific allegation, just delivered on Friday, regarding Clinton's cocaine use? Hasn't that news reached the Washington Post yet? Inside Cover played the following tape recorded exchange into Mr. Kurtz answering machine Wednesday morning: INSIDE COVER: Ms. Flowers, Sally Perdue says that Bill Clinton used drugs in her presence, specifically cocaine. Did you ever see Bill Clinton use drugs in your presence? FLOWERS: Yes. He smoked marijuana in my presence and offered me the opportunity to snort cocaine if I wanted to. I wasn't into that. Bill clearly let me know that he did cocaine. And I know people that knew he did cocaine. He did tell me that when he would use a substantial amount of cocaine that his head would itch so badly that he would become self conscious at parties where he was doing this. Because all he wanted to do while people were talking to him is stand around and scratch his head...."

NewsMax.com 8/27/99 "…Hillary Clinton knew that her husband used cocaine and pressured him to quit, Gennifer Flowers told Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity on Thursday. Appearing on Hannity's WABC New York radio show, Flowers also said she has specific knowledge of other women who claim they were sexually assaulted by the President and who may be ready to come forward. Mrs. Clinton, an all but announced candidate for one of New York's U.S. Senate seats, has yet to be hit with the cocaine question by reporters. But after a month-long media feeding frenzy over unsourced rumors that George W. Bush may have used the drug, the question may be unavoidable…..HANNITY: Do you have any knowledge that he's involved with any other women? FLOWERS: I do. Not that he is involved with someone at this point but that there are a couple of women who have had a problem with him that may come forward. HANNITY: In the Juanita Broaddrick sense? FLOWERS: Yes. HANNITY: There are other women out there alleging that he assaulted them? FLOWERS: Yes. HANNITY: And you think that we may be hearing from them in the near future? FLOWERS: I think it's possible. It's been my understanding that they are very scared. HANNITY: Have you ever spoken with any of these people? FLOWERS: I have not. HANNITY: Have you ever spoken to anybody who has spoken to them? FLOWERS: I have. HANNITY: And they've told you their stories? FLOWERS: Yes, they have…."

CNSNews.com 8/25/99 "…Gennifer Flowers, the woman with whom President Bill Clinton admitted having an affair in Arkansas, is disputing White House claims that Clinton has never used cocaine. "I know that Bill was using cocaine," said Flowers Wednesday in an interview on the Rush Limbaugh radio program. "He talked to me about that. I do know that Hillary Clinton knew, at a point, that Bill was doing cocaine. She demanded that he stop. I asked him what he was going to do and he said 'I'm gonna stop," said Flowers, who dated that particular incident to "around 1984, 1985." …."I am not surprised at any lie that Bill Clinton tells at this point," said Flowers of the White House denial of cocaine use by the president. She suggested that people "question his definition of 'using' cocaine, as he has an odd definition of 'having sex,'" said Flowers, who first met Clinton in the late 1970s when he was Arkansas attorney general…."

 

Washington Times 8/24/99 Andrew Cain "….President Clinton entered the cocaine fray yesterday -- albeit by proxy -- saying he has never used the drug. Gennifer Flowers, who had an affair with the president, told Fox News Channel on Aug. 18 that Mr. Clinton once told her he had used cocaine. "The president has never done cocaine," said Jim Kennedy, a spokesman for the White House counsel's office. "That applies to his entire life." As Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush tries to fend off questions about past drug use, Mr. Clinton addressed a rumor that has swirled about him for years. In Roger Morris' 1996 book "Partners in Power," a dual biography of the president and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Mr. Morris quotes the president's younger half-brother on a 1983-84 surveillance film stating, "Got to get some [cocaine] for my brother. He's got a nose like a vacuum cleaner." ….As for Mr. Clinton, Miss Flowers said in an interview on the Fox program "Hannity & Colmes" that Mr. Clinton had smoked marijuana in her presence as attorney general and as governor. "He made it very clear that if I ever wanted to do cocaine, that he could provide that," she said. Miss Flowers said Mr. Clinton "also told me that there were times he did so much cocaine at parties that his head would itch." But in March 1992, Betsey Wright, a Clinton campaign aide, told the Los Angeles Times that Mr. Clinton, then the governor of Arkansas, had never used cocaine or knowingly been in its presence. "I asked him the following questions" she told the newspaper. " 'Bill, have you ever used cocaine?' He replied, 'No.' "I said, 'Bill, have you ever been in a room where you were aware there was cocaine?' " "He replied, 'No.' " During his 1992 presidential campaign Mr. Clinton denied that he had a 12-year affair with Miss Flowers. But he later testified under oath in the Monica Lewinsky affair that he had a sexual encounter with the former television reporter and cabaret singer. In November 1990, Mr. Clinton, then governor of Arkansas, pardoned Dan Lasater, a Little Rock bond trader and convicted cocaine distributor who had contributed to his campaign. Mr. Lasater once loaned $8,000 to Roger Clinton to pay a drug debt. Mr. Clinton said in 1994 that he barely knew Mr. Lasater, and that the bond trader had contributed to the campaigns of other Arkansas Democrats as well, including Sens. Dale Bumpers and David Pryor…."

GENNIFER FLOWERS: PASSION and BETRAYAL published by Emery Dalton Books G Flowers 8/23/99 "…Just about anything Bill did was okay with me. I wasn't about to criticize him for fear of creating distance between us. so when he casually put his hand in his pants pocket and puled out a joint one night, I was startled but kept silent. I thought how foolish it was of him to carry marijuana around, but it was typical of his bulletproof attitude. He felt comfortable enough to continue smoking marijuana occasionally when he was with me. I didn't object. By the way, he most certainly did inhale. I never saw him use cocaine, but he talked about it. He complained about how cocaine really had a bad effect on him. It didn't stop him from using it, though. He told me about a party he had been to, and said, "I got so f----- up on cocaine at that party." He said it made his scalp itch, and he felt conspicuous because he was talking with people who were not aware drugs were at the party, and all he wanted to do was scratch his head. He was afraid if he continued to walk around scratching his head, people would think something more serious than dandruff was going on with him….."

NewsMax.Com 8/22/99 "…For most of American's mainstream press,reporting on Gennifer Flowers' charge that President Clinton once offered her cocaine is strictly verboten.But in Britain,reporters know a bombshell when they see one--and they're not afraid to inform their public about it. Inside Cover was the very first to pose the Clinton coke question to Flowers during her August 6 appearance on Sean Hannity's New York radio show.This past Wednesday Hannity put Flowers on TV,where she repeated the charge on Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes". While the American press continued to chase their tails over completely unsubstantiated rumors that George W.Bush may have used cocaine as a youth,the London Times noticed that a sitting U.S.President had been hit with a coke allegation from a witness whose credibility has been vindicated in spades. Headlining their report,"Former Lover Drags Clinton into Drug Row,"the Times reported on Saturday: "The Republican presidential contender George W.Bush was struggling to contain a fresh flood of questions over possible drug use in his youth yesterday as President Clinton was dragged into the dispute by allegations that he had taken cocaine.Gennifer Flowers,who had an affair with Mr.Clinton that he initially denied,said she saw him smoking marijuana when he was governor of Arkansas and that he had offered her to obtain cocaine for her." The London Times then quoted Flowers directly: "He made it very clear that,if I ever wanted to do cocaine,he could provide that,"Ms.Flowers told Fox News.'I clearly knew that Bill did cocaine,'she added." Speaking on condition of anonymity,one Fox on-air personality told Inside Cover,"It's scary the way Gennifer Flowers has been kept off the air." …"


The Michael Reagan Radio Program 8/20/99 "…Last Friday evening, Michael Reagan said on his radio show that The Washington Post,The Wall Street Journal and several other newspapers have interviewed over 140 people who knew Governor Bush throughout his life and said that they have never seen him use drugs. Michael also said that if his father, President Reagan were in politics today,(because of some things in his personal life)with the type of Republicans we have, he would not pass their litmus test! He said that President Reagan ,in today's Republican party would be a Moderate Republican. Some woman caller called in and mentioned about the abortion rumor, citing Drudge, Michael asked her was it suppose to have happened in his youth? The woman said yes. Michael said that "again,he should not be held accountable for something he did back in his youth[I'm sure Michael is implying that the Governor is sorry for whatever he may have done]. … "

NewsMax.com 9/15/99 "....Gennifer Flowers claims that during her affair with Bill Clinton, he once asked her to perform oral sex on him while he stood at a window in the Governor's mansion and waved to his wife Hillary who was outside the house. Such stories are not be dismissed, a recently retired Arkansas State trooper says in More than Sex: The Secrets of Bill & Hillary Clinton revealed! - an audio tape set published by NewsMax.com - The trooper, Larry Patterson, has offered his story of backstairs with the Clintons during the six years he protected Bill and Hillary in Arkansas. Patterson alleges that Clinton's womanizing was not a personal matter, but a public issue that involved "an abuse of women, an abuse of people and abuse of power." Patterson, citing the Flowers case, said Clinton's affair with Flowers led to several abuses. Flowers was put on the state payroll and was given a position for which Charlotte Perry, a career civil service employee, had been passed over. Perry later sued the state. "That's an abuse of power; that's an abuse of state funds," Patterson said. Later, when Clinton's affair with Flowers began to surface, Clinton lied to the public about the relationship. Clinton first claimed he barely knew Flowers and never had a sexual relationship with her. During a deposition in the Paula Jones case, Clinton admitted he had one instance of sexual contact with Flowers. In fact, Patterson said he drove Clinton to Flower's Little Rock apartment dozens of times and that Flowers sometimes called Clinton several times a day...."

Newsmax - Inside Cover 9/13/99 Carl Limbacher "....In the rough and tumble world of daytime TV talk -- where lesbian nuns routinely compete with one-armed alligator wrestlers to deliver top shock value to the audience -- one would think that a relatively straightforward account of an extra-marital affair laced with some routine drug use might passed unnoticed. Not so, says Richard Bey -- who up until Oct. 8, 1996 hosted one of the most popular nationally syndicated daytime chat-fests on the air. What happened on that particular day? Bey decided to do a pre-election show featuring two guests in possession of some rather inconvenient information regarding the above topics and the President of the United States. "I kept reading in the trade papers about Gennifer Flowers being booked on one show or another -- and then when she shows up they tell her they don't need her.......On the broadcast Flowers' claimed that then-Governor Clinton had once put her in a family-way back in 1979, then paid her $200 in cash with the understanding she would abort his child. She also recounted how her home had been broken into three times. She suspected Clinton was responsible for the break-ins, Flowers told a national TV audience. Fearing for her physical safety, the former Clinton paramour revealed she now traveled with bodyguards. For his part, Tyrrell offered an update on the saga of Clinton's never-released medical records, in which he linked their secrecy to an alleged drug over-dose which some say culminated in a trip to a Little Rock emergency room. Bey also quizzed the American Spectator publisher about six witnesses who claimed to have knowledge of Clinton's cocaine use. Most of the explosive information had been available in books (both Flowers and Tyrrell had authored their own that year) and on the internet for some time. But, as with so many otherwise credible reports about Bill Clinton, most reporters, especially on television, had taken a pass. The next day, Richard Bey found out why. "The show got the highest ratings of the book and I had just started a new contract for alot of money," Bey told Inside Cover. "But the day after it airs, I'm called into the office and told that we're going out of production." ......As the TV host tells it, he asked directly, "Is this because of the Gennifer Flowers show?" Unable to reply, the unnamed network executive simply stared at his shoes. Then Bey protested, "But I have a contract." "You'll be paid off," came the response. ....."

NewsMax.com (Inside Cover) 11/18/99 "….Following in the footsteps of Paula Jones and Dolly Kyle Browning, Gennifer Flowers is about to thrust the Clinton White House into more legal hot water. She's suing longtime Clinton operatves James Carville and George Stephanopoulos for libel and slander, based on the falsehoods they've spread about her over the years. Flowers is being represented by Judicial Watch, which filed the suit on her behalf in a Nevada US District Court Thursday morning…… Flowers reacted to Clinton's "60 Minutes" appearance by releasing her now famous tapes to prove the relationship. But even the smoking gun recordings didn't stop Stephanopoulos and Carville, who charged that Flowers' tapes had been doctored. To back up the charge, the Clinton gang retained Los Angeles private detective Anthony Pellicano, who produced an audio analysis which Stephanopoulos and Carville touted as evidence that Flowers' tapes had been edited. The Clinton spin on Flowers' "doctored" tapes was widely circulated by the mainstream media. Pellicano came in handy again during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, when he unearthed Lewinsky's former boyfriend, Andy Blieler. In a nationally televised press conference, Blieler alleged that the intern had once told him she wanted to "go to Washington to earn my presidential kneepads." …..Flowers submitted her tapes for independent analysis by Truth Verification Labs, which found that they had not been tampered with in any way. Still, as late as February 1998, weeks after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke, Stephanopoulos was still publicly claiming that Flowers' tapes had been doctored….."

Drudge Report 11/18/99 Judicial Watch "….Today, after years of being disparaged, vilified and defamed by the President and his men - in particular, James Carville and George Stephanopoulos - Gennifer Flowers has responded with a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada. "Having been proved correct by the President's and Mrs. Clinton's own belated admissions, the time has now come for justice. If people like Carville and Stephanopoulos think they can walk away from the wreckage that they have caused in certain peoples' lives, particularly women like Gennifer Flowers, they are sadly mistaken," stated Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman, who filed suit on Ms. Flowers' behalf. A copy of Ms. Flowers' complaint can be found on Judicial Watch's Internet site at www.JudicialWatch.org. ### Judicial Watch, Inc. 501 School Street, S.W.; Suite 725; Washington, D.C. 20024 …"

NewsMax.com 11/23/99 Carl Limbacher "….Onetime Clinton pit bull James Carville is suddenly walking on eggshells after Gennifer Flowers sued him and his old campaign buddy George Stephanopoulos for libel and slander last week. "I don't wish Gennifer Flowers any ill, (or) any such thing," the Ragin' Cajun told the Las Vegas Review-Jour The D.C. based legal watchdog group Judicial Watch filed suit in federal court on Flowers' behalf last Thursday. "Cover it like it's a serious story," added Carville, who then stipulated, "You're not getting a serious comment from me. No one takes this seriously." ….."

Las Vegas Review via WND 11/20/99 Carri Geer Andrew DeMillo "…James Carville, the mastermind of Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign, chuckled frequently Friday when questioned about the federal defamation lawsuit former Clinton paramour Gennifer Flowers has filed against him in Las Vegas. "Cover it like it's a serious story," Carville told a reporter. "You're not getting a serious comment from me." ….. It claims Carville appeared Jan. 21, 1998, on the Larry King show, and Stephanopoulos appeared Feb. 2, 1998. Both men made statements casting doubt on Flowers' account of the affair, according to the complaint. Carville did not deny making the statement attributed to him in the lawsuit, but he denied he defamed Flowers. "The lawsuit has no merit," he said……. In Washington, Larry Klayman is perhaps the sharpest thorn in the side of the White House. An outspoken and colorful conservative activist and attorney, he has sued the Clinton administration in more than 30 matters……Transcripts of depositions in which he relentlessly pursues his targets circulate as entertainment in the legal community and sometimes are excerpted in the Washington Post's legal gossip column. The president himself has criticized the attorney and his take-no-prisoners style. At a September news conference, Clinton decried "the Larry Klayman political press world in which what's true is not as important as whether you can be dragged around." ….Turley said he used to be a Klayman critic but has gained respect for what the attorney has done with his litigation. Klayman can't be dismissed as an extremist or a gadfly as quickly as he once was, Turley contends. "He has certainly proven he has the tenacity to succeed," he said….."

Associated Press 1/22/2000 Robert Macy "…. Hillary Rodham Clinton's lawyer is dismissing accusations that the first lady ran a "war room" to attack her husband's opponents in the 1992 presidential race. The accusations were levied by Gennifer Flowers, the woman who claimed to have a 12-year affair with President Clinton. "It is a publicity stunt and wholly without merit," Mrs. Clinton's Washington, D.C., lawyer, David Kendall, said Friday. "We'll move to dismiss it at the appropriate time." Flowers on Thursday amended a libel and slander lawsuit she filed in U.S. District Court last November to include Mrs. Clinton along with previously named administration figures James Carville and George Stephanopoulos….. A Judicial Watch statement said Mrs. Clinton was the "mastermind in a scheme to destroy or, in Hillary Rodham Clinton's words, 'crucify' Gennifer Flowers." ….. The amended lawsuit contends the "war room" was organized by Mrs. Clinton, with Carville and Stephanopoulos among those carrying out her orders…." >>>

Freeper Nick Danger 1/22/2000 observes " Notice how a story about a new development, about which the reader presumably knows nothing, opens with a statement dismissing the charges. The very first thing we find out here is that Hillary Clinton's lawyers are dismissing allegations that... What allegations? They haven't even told us yet, and already they're giving the White House version top billing. Who did that? Was it the reporter, or did somebody re-write this story after it was filed? Here's a clue:

Gennifer Flowers says first lady ran 'war room' against opponents
By Robert Macy, Associated Press Writer
Gennifer Flowers, the woman who claimed to have a 12-year affair with President Clinton, says in a lawsuit that first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton ran a "war room" to attack her husband's opponents in the 1992 presidential race.
Flowers on Thursday amended a libel and slander lawsuit she filed in U.S. District Court last November to include Mrs. Clinton along with previously named administration figures James Carville and George Stephanopoulos……

This appears to be the original story as filed by Robert Macy. It at least tells us what the allegations are before giving us Kendall's response. You decide if it's been re-written since to favor the White House. But wait... it gets better. Try to find this story at all. It appears to have vanished from the AP wire. Check the AP politics coverage at Yahoo. Nada. Search the AP wire from Drudge's site. No such story. The Ministry of Truth never sleeps….."

Judicial Watch 1/20/2000 "….Today, Gennifer Flowers amended her complaint previously filed in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, alleging libel and slander against James Carville and George Stephanopoulos. Because of newly discovered information that Hillary Rodham Clinton was the mastermind, who implemented and carried out a scheme to destroy, or in Hillary Rodham Clinton's words "crucify," Gennifer Flowers, Hillary Rodham Clinton was added to the complaint. Plaintiff anticipates that this lawsuit, which is not complicated, will proceed to trial quickly, and be held before a jury of Ms. Flowers' peers in Las Vegas. Mr. Carville, who has called Ms. Flowers, and nearly every other woman regrettably associated with the President, "trailer trash," will have to explain to jurors, many of whom are likely to live in trailers, exactly what he meant. In Judicial Watch's class-action Filegate lawsuit, Plaintiffs learned that Carville ran an information gathering operation on perceived adversaries to the Clintons and their Administration, called the Education Information Project, out of a chic townhouse which he owns and occupies with Mary Matalin on Capitol Hill. Recently, it was learned that Mrs. Clinton threatened to author Gail Sheehy that she would "crucify" Gennifer Flowers by digging up "dirt" with which to smear her. Author Christopher Anderson also has recently revealed that Mrs. Clinton "sicced" private investigators on Ms. Flowers….. A copy of the Amended Complaint will be posted on Judicial Watch's website at www.JudicialWatch.org…."

Judicial Watch 4/14/00 ".......In an act of integrity, Clinton appointee, the Honorable David W. Hagen of the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, has disqualified himself from sitting on a lawsuit filed by Gennifer Flowers against James Carville, George Stephanopoulos, and Hillary Rodham Clinton........ To avoid the appearance of impropriety, this action is submitted to Chief Judge Howard D. McKibben for reassignment. "Judicial Watch salutes Judge Hagen for doing the right thing by disqualifying himself from sitting on a case involving the President and Mrs. Clinton, and their allies. Few judges have taken such correct and bold steps to preserve the appearance of justice in the various lawsuits that have been filed against the Clintons," stated Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman......."

AP 7/18/00 "……. President Clinton's former paramour appeared before a federal judge Tuesday to press a defamation lawsuit against Hillary Rodham Clinton and two former presidential advisers. Gennifer Flowers sued George Stephanopoulos and James Carville in November, then added the first lady to the lawsuit, which seeks more than $75,000 in damages. ……. Flowers accused the first lady of orchestrating burglaries of her home, defaming her and invading her privacy. The lawsuit also claims Carville and Stephanopoulos have libeled and slandered Flowers continuously since 1992. ……"Hillary Clinton said several years ago that she wanted ... to get me on the witness stand," Flowers said after leaving the courtroom. "Here's her chance." ……"

NewsMax.com 12/31/00 Carl Limbacher "..... Tapes of telephone calls between President Clinton and his former lover Gennifer Flowers will play a key evidentiary role in Clinton's probable indictment, the Houston Chronicle reported on Sunday, citing sources both on and off the record. ...........A former prosecutor with Starr's office, speaking on condition of anonymity, said there was "strong sentiment" in 1998 to include the devastating audio tapes as part of the impeachment case against Clinton. ........"(Clinton) almost said word for word to Gennifer Flowers on those tapes what he said to Monica about covering up their affair," said the lawyer. "Mr. Starr decided it would be too explosive to use the Flowers tapes during the impeachment." ......"But if you were going to take Clinton to trial, it would be extremely potent evidence," the one-time Starr deputy added. ....."

NewsMax.com 12/31/00 Carl Limbacher ".....In an exclusive interview in October with NewsMax.com, the key Clinton witness first revealed that the Office of Independent Counsel had contacted her and requested original recordings of coversations she had with Clinton in 1990 and 1991. Flowers, who did not speak to the Chronicle, told NewsMax.com that neither Starr nor his investigators had ever contacted her, either for her tapes or any relevant testimony she might be able to supply. ....... She speculated that Ray's prosecutors wanted to test her original tapes for authenticity, since audio copies have been publicly available since 1993. Flowers herself had the recordings analyzed in 1992 by Truth Verification Labs, which certified that they had not been tampered with or doctored in any way. ..."

Accuracy In Media 3/20/92 Joe Goulden Audio Clip ".....Gennifer Flowers : "... have that happen because my mother would get very concerned and worrried, and so far, you know ..."

Bill Clinton : (inaudible)... "if they ever hit you with it, just say no, and go on. There's nothing they can do."

Bill Clinton : "Yeah, and if you get antsy, you know you call me anytime."

Gennifer Flowers : "Well, I don't, I don't want to bug you. I know you've got a lot on..."

Bill Clinton : "But when they... if somebody contacts you, I need to know. So I'm glad you told me that."

Gennifer Flowers : "Okay. Well, that's so far that's... you heard me say Dallas Morning News?"

Bill Clinton : "Yeah. But what did you say to them?"

Gennifer Flowers : "Uh, I uh, same thing. I say it's, no..."

Bill Clinton : (inaudible)

Gennifer Flowers : "That's not true. I want you to, you know, that I, I have nothing to say. Leave me alone."

Bill Clinton : "Good."

Gennifer Flowers : "I said, 'Don't waste your time."

Bill Clinton : "That's good."

Gennifer Flowers : "And I never heard another word from him."

Bill Clinton : "All you got to do is deny it."

Gennifer Flowers : "I think, you know, I think it they appreciate that. They don't want to waste their time either. But here's the thing, I think. My theory is, because I've been a news reporter, if it were me and I looked at that list, I would pick Gennifer Flowers out as being one of the most vulnerable, for, for a couple of reasons; one, is that I'm not married."......"

 

Dolly Kyle Browning - post incident character assault

Dolly Kyle Browning testified her brother, a 1992 Clinton campaign worker, warned "we will destroy you" if she talked.

Washington Times 7/15/98 Bill Sammon "Attorneys for Dolly Kyle Browning, who says she had a long-term affair with President Clinton, accused the president yesterday of defaming her and warned him to reach a settlement by July 27 or face a civil lawsuit."

Freeper report 9/26/98 on deardolly.com/lawsuit.htm ".51. For example, as part of this effort to prevent publication of Mrs. Browning's manuscript, Jane Mayer, on information and belief, at Mr. Clinton's or his agents' direction and/or request, published an article in the May 26, 1997 edition of The New Yorker magazine that attributed false, misleading, and disparaging statements about her manuscript, "Purposes of the Heart," to Alfred S. Regnery, President of Regnery Publishing Company. According to Ms. Mayer's article: Alfred S. Regnery, the heir to a small and influential publishing firm, had recently launched several controversial best-sellers . . . and now had another hot prospect to consider: a typed manuscript purporting to be a memoir disguised as fiction, by a Texas lawyer who claimed to have had a two-decade- long affair with Bill Clinton. The manuscript, which had already been rejected by a great many major publishing houses in New York, had finally reached the more specialized quarters of Regnery Publishing, an independent firm that ever since its founding, in 1947, has been associated with the political right. * * * It seemed plausible, then, that a memoir by a putative Presidential mistress would find a home at Regnery [Publishing Co.]. But this time the company's namesake and president was taking the high road. "Are we going to publish a book that just talks about whom Clinton slept with?" [Alfred S.] Regnery asked, casually spreading the calumny as he chatted. "I wouldn't touch it with a ten-foot pole." One reason is that, given the accounts of Clinton's private life that this company and others have already published, a novel by a self- proclaimed mistress, he explained, "isn't particularly newsworthy." Besides, he added, "it's far below our standards." 52. Contrary to the statement in The New Yorker that "the manuscript . . . had finally reached the more specialized quarters of Regnery Publishing," Mrs. Browning never sent Mr. Regnery a copy of her manuscript. 53. In fact, Mr. Regnery never saw a copy of Mrs. Browning's manuscript and did not make the false, misleading, and disparaging statements about the manuscript that Ms. Mayer attributed to him.."

Judicial Watch 1/28/99 ".Mrs. Browning has filed a RICO suit, alleging that Bill Clinton and his agents threatened her and other women to silence them from telling the truth about him. Named as victims in the RICO count is not only Mrs. Browning, but also Kathleen Willey and Linda Tripp and the other Jane Does. Both Senate and House Republicans failed to pursue the clearcut evidence of RICO threats against the Jane Does, because of fears that there would be a political backlash among "swing voters." "Bill Clinton's demonstrated pattern of threatening women must end," stated Larry Klayman, Chairman of Judicial Watch. "Congress won't stop him because of selfish political reasons. The feminists have not stopped him. So, now it is time for Dolly Kyle Browning and other people of faith to take a stand."."

Washington Weekly 10/3/98 Carl Limbacker ". Dolly Kyle Browning. says word was sent via her brother from Clinton consigliere Bruce Lindsey, who warned that the White House would "destroy" her if she didn't keep quiet. "Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!" ...."

Judicial Watch Press Release 02/16/99 ".Tomorrow, Dolly Kyle Browning, one of the President's oldest acquaintances, and the one woman who dares to hold Bill Clinton accountable through her racketeering lawsuit for threatening her and other women, will file a motion for order to show cause. In this motion, which fortuitously was prepared before Judge Wright's comments today that she would now entertain possible contempt proceedings, Mrs. Browning details the perjury and obstruction which occurred concerning her "situation" in the Jones case. In the Jones case, Mrs. Browning will show that Bill Clinton created and fabricated evidence, and offered false testimony. House Judiciary Chief Investigator David Schippers and his staff confirmed this with sworn affidavits from several sources during the impeachment proceedings, but was overruled by Henry Hyde in using Mrs. Browning as a witness, along with other Jane Does. Mrs. Browning has copies of these affidavits, which will be attached to the criminal contempt motion. "The case for criminal contempt to be presented to Judge Wright by Mrs. Browning is strong; so strong that the Court will have no choice but to initiate proceedings," stated Judicial Watch Chairman Larry Klayman."

Washington Weekly 5/9/99 RICKI MAGNUSSEN Freeper Brian Mosely "...Dolly Kyle Browning has authored the book "Purposes of The Heart" which describes her long relationship with Bill Clinton. She has also filed a lawsuit against Bill Clinton, Bob Bennett, Bruce Lindsey, Marsha Scott, Jane Mayer and The New Yorker magazine for defamation and RICO violations. We asked Dolly Kyle Browning about her book and the lawsuit in an interview last week..."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...After she informed Clinton in January 1992 that she planned to write a novel about their affair, she received a call from her brother, Walter Kyle, a campaign worker warning, "If you cooperate with media, we will destroy you." She describes numerous efforts by the Clinton team, especially Bruce Lindsey, to stop her from publishing. She accuses Clinton of concocting a false report about her based on a conversation at a high school reunion during which, she says, he apologized for threats against her and suggested that she come to Washington. He said "You can live on the hill. I can help you find a job," she said in a brief for a lawsuit accusing him of leading a smear campaign against her to stop her book publication.....VULNERABILITY: She has admitted that she had the same problem as "Billy," that she was a sex addict. She has subsequently told talk show audiences that she regrets having an affair with a married man...."

Judicial Watch 7/28/99 "...President Clinton, through a legal brief filed in federal court on July 12 by his personal attorney David Kendall, called the accusations of rape against him by Juanita Broaddrick "partisan rant." The brief was filed in the RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) lawsuit brought by Dolly Kyle Browning against Bill Clinton and others. The lawsuit alleges, among other things, that defendants Bill Clinton and Bruce Lindsey engaged in a pattern of threatening women in order to obtain and maintain hold on the office of the presidency. In addition to the threats and intimidation against Browning and Broaddrick, the suit alleges a RICO pattern of threats and intimidation against Linda Tripp, Kathleen Willey, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, and other women....Despite Bill Clinton's flippant dismissal of serious rape and other allegations, Dolly Kyle Browning intends to hold him and his agents accountable for the actions they took against her and other women...."

Judicial Watch 8/4/99 Larry Klayman "...The newly released book, "Bill and Hillary: The Marriage," by renowned author Christopher Anderson, reveals that Hillary Clinton hired a private investigator, Ivan Duda, to look into her husband's relationships with other women. Mr. Duda confirmed that Dolly Kyle Browning had such a relationship with Bill Clinton. In the Paula Jones case, Bill Clinton and Marsha Scott submitted notes, allegedly written after a high school reunion in Hot Springs Arkansas, in which they both allege that Dolly Kyle Browning manufactured the relationship so she could make money off of a book she was writing about her life experiences with the President. The book was fictionalized, so no actual names were used. In conjunction with this false document, which was submitted to the Court in the Jones case, Bill Clinton and his agents smeared Browning in public. They also interfered with her right to have her book published. This caused great damage to Browning and her husband. On behalf of Browning, Judicial Watch has filed a RICO suit in the District of Columbia, and is pursing criminal contempt remedies in the Jones case, where the issue has been briefed to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. The lower court judge sidestepped Browning's request for relief, in her haste to end the case. "Now, it would appear that Hillary Clinton's private investigator is the most important witness for Browning in her various legal actions. Judicial Watch will be asking the courts to allow Browning to expeditiously depose Mr. Duda. Who would have thought that Hillary Clinton would have taken steps to sow the seeds of her own husband's sorry legal fate?,"said Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman. ..."

NewsMax 8/18/99 Carl Limbacher "…In a freewheeling one hour radio interview Tuesday afternoon, Gennifer Flowers revealed that Bill Clinton once confided to her that his wife is bisexual. Other revelations included news that the former Clinton girlfriend began monitoring her health with regular AIDS tests after learning that the Arkansas governor had sex with dozens of different women during the years she shared an intimate relationship with him. Flowers was interviewed by free lance investigator and longtime Clinton critic Larry Nichols on Nichols' own Genesis Communications Network program….."

Judicial Watch 8/25/99 Tom Fitton "…During the House impeachment proceedings last fall, investigators seriously looked into allegations that President Clinton had used cocaine in The White House. Judicial Watch knows that this was a serious line of inquiry from interviews with its client, Dolly Kyle Browning, who had not seen "Billy" use drugs during their relationship. However, Judicial Watch has learned from other sources that Bill Clinton has used cocaine in The White House. This raises serious national security concerns. …"

NewsMax.com 10/4/99 Carl Limbacher ".... A Dallas lawyer who alleges she had a lengthy sexual affair with President Clinton said Monday night that she heard Clinton repeatedly refer to a Little Rock black leader as a "G - d-d - - n n - - - - r." Dolly Kyle Browning made the charge to Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" in response to the account of Arkansas State Trooper Larry Patterson, who says he also heard Clinton used the "N" word to refer to the same black leader, Robert "Say" McIntosh. Patterson, who was Clinton's bodyguard from 1986 to 1992, first revealed the President's tendency to use anti-black invective in an exclusive interview last month with NewsMax.com's executive editor, Christopher Ruddy. Browning made her charge after host Sean Hannity introduced a video clip from Friday's "Hannity & Colmes" broadcast, where Trooper Patterson covered the allegation for the first time on national television: ...... BROWNING: I recall very clearly the first time that I actually saw one of these flyers that "Say" McIntosh put out. And I said to Billy, "Do you know this guy, this "Say" McIntosh?" And he didn't just use the "N" word. He took the Lord's name in vain, condemned the man to hell, and, if you get my drift, said "G - D - N", not just the "N" word.

World Net Daily 3/25/00 Jon Dougherty "…..Dolly Kyle Browning, who claims to have had an affair years ago with Bill Clinton said she will continue to "pursue justice" in a lawsuit she has brought against the president after her case was rejected by a federal appeals court. A three-judge panel from the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis denied Browning's motion to hold Clinton in criminal contempt of court on Wednesday, ruling that she had no standing to bring the action. …….. Browning filed her motion in February 1999 to hold Clinton in criminal contempt of court for lying about their alleged affair during his deposition in Jones' lawsuit, she said. The appeals judges agreed with Little Rock Federal Judge Susan Webber Wright, who dismissed the case against the president last month, issuing a similar ruling that Browning "didn't have standing" to bring her charges. However, Wright has held Clinton in civil contempt of court for willfully disobeying the court's discovery orders and giving false and misleading deposition testimony in the Jones case. ……….. Klayman told WorldNetDaily yesterday that the next step in the case is to appeal it to the full Court, or all nine justices in the 8th Circuit. Browning, he said, "deserves her day in court" and if she's not successful in St. Louis, then "we'll take it to the Supreme Court." The issue, he said, "is whether or not the president can be held in criminal contempt while he's in office." Klayman added that "there is a good chance" the High Court will hear the case. "Paula Jones was able to obtain damages," Klayman said, "and Dolly was lied about as well. She participated and consequently, for having been cut out if this, denies her equal protection and due process. ……."

Associated Press 3/23/00"…… A federal appeals court has dismissed Dolly Kyle Browning's request that a judge in Arkansas consider whether President Clinton lied about his relationship with her. A panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis said Wednesday that Browning lacked standing to pursue her claim. Browning, a lawyer in Dallas, claims she and Clinton had a 15-year ''consensual relationship.'' She contends that Clinton, in a sworn statement he gave in the Paula Jones case, lied about a conversation he had with Browning at their high school reunion in Arkansas in 1994. ……"

 

Sally Perdue - post incident threats

Washington Weekly 10/3/98 Carl Limbacker "."Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!"..Former Clinton girlfriend Sally Perdue says a Clinton operative threatened to break her legs if she didn't lay low during Clinton's first bid for the presidency. "Vote Democrat, OR ELSE!" ..."

NewsMax.Com 10/12/98 Carl Limbacher ".Sally Perdue alleged only a brief affair with Clinton in 1983 but ran into similar trouble when Clinton embarked on his quest for national office nine years later. She told the London Telegraph in 1994 that a Democratic operative had approached her, offered a bribe, and told Perdue that he "couldn't guarantee the safety of her pretty little legs" if she didn't cooperate. His name, according to Perdue, was Ron Tucker. Afterwards, Perdue's car window was mysteriously broken. A spent shotgun shell was found on the car seat.."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...A former Miss Arkansas, she testified to a state grand jury in 1983 that she had seen Clinton use cocaine. This information culled from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard coverage in the London Telegraph: During the 1992 campaign, she was pressured to keep silent about her affair with Clinton. Ron Tucker, said to be a Democratic Party official in Missouri, told her people in high places were anxious about her and that if she kept her mouth shut, she could have a $60,000 or so federal job. She said he told her that "if I didn't take the offer, then they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs." She didn't take the offer. Afterwards, she lost her admissions office job at Lindenwood College in Missouri. She got threatening letters and calls. One letter said, Marilyn Monroe got snuffed. She found a shotgun cartridge on the driver's seat of her Jeep and later the back window was shattered. She had a taped appearance on the Sally Jesse Raphael show, but it never aired. She now lives in Beijing. VULNERABILITY: She said she began the affair because she "was going through a second divorce. I was vulnerable."..."

NewsMax.com 6/11/99 Carl from Oyster Bay "...The internet's Capitol Hill Blue reports this week that Sally Perdue, the onetime Arkansas beauty queen who told journalists that she slept with Bill Clinton and watched him use cocaine "like a real pro", no longer lives in the country. Her testimony, had it been available several months ago during Clinton's impeachment, might have had a real impact. She told reporters years ago that she was threatened with physical violence in the presence of witnesses by a Democrat operative who she has publicly identified. Perdue, according to Capitol Hill Blue, now resides in Beijing...."

NewsMax.com 6/12/99 Carl from Oyster Bay "...How big is the Asian connection behind the Clinton witness tampering operation? Big enough to shield Charlie Trie, Pauline Kanchanalak and dozens more with damaging infomation who fled across the Pacific when House and Senate committees began looking into illegal payments to the 1996 Clinton campaign. Big enough to button up key Whitewater witness Webster Hubbell with a six figure payment that got him to "roll over one more time." And evidently, China's role in protecting Bill Clinton from damaging testimony extends even to witnesses in the Paula Jones case, revealing the tip of what could be an astounding Sexgate-Chinagate link. Inside Cover can now confirm that onetime beauty queen Sally Perdue had been relocated to Beijing at the time she was being sought by Paula Jones investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert...."

NewsMax.com 6/12/99 Carl from Oyster Bay "...On Friday Inside Cover checked with world renowned private investigator Rick Lambert, who, along with his wife Beverly, was responsible for unearthing Jane Does such as Juanita Broaddrick. In late 1997, just after hearings into the Clinton campaign's China connection began in Washington, the Lamberts were hired as the lead investigators for Paula Jones. "I can confirm that when we were looking for Sally Perdue, she was in China, to the best of my knowledge," Lambert told Inside Cover. The investigator wouldn't divulge his sources, but did reveal that he had reason to believe Perdue had gone from a teaching position in the U.S. to a "well paying" job in Beijing. Perdue lost her job as a college librarian just after she went public about her Clinton affair in 1992. Lambert described his astonishment at the news of Perdue's change of address. "This was around the same time that the Chinagate scandal was breaking in D.C. and after I got the information on where Sally was, I remember saying to Beverly, 'Well what a coincidence.' " Another source who spoke only on condition of anonymity told Inside Cover that Perdue was hired by CocaCola, the international soft drink mega-corp, and then sent to Beijing. Perdue is known to have relatives in the Atlanta area where Coke is headquartered. Coke has traditionally supported the Democratic Party over the years...."

NewsMax.com 6/12/99 Carl from Oyster Bay "... Perdue went public with her claim of a 1983 Clinton affair during the 1992 Democratic convention. She quickly became the target of the Clinton campaign's "bimbo eruptions" swat team, which spread stories that she was unstable to the American press. But in 1994 Perdue gave the British press new details, which included a vivid description of her former lover using cocaine "like a real pro" and frolicking in Perdue's negligee while serenading her with his sax. Sometime after the Arkansas governor announced his bid for the White House, Perdue says a Democrat operative offered her bribes and threatened to break her legs if she didn't stay silent. She identified the operative, who set up a meeting with her at a Missouri restaurant, as Ron Tucker. Perdue was wary of meeting with Tucker, so she posted a witness within earshot. Because of that witnesss, Perdue would be able to substantiate the threat, which would lend credibility to some of the gamier details in the rest of her account. Obviously, Perdue would have been one of the most explosive witnesses at a prospective Paula Jones trial. Or, even worse from the White House's standpoint, at the House impeachment hearings...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs would also like to question Ms. Sally Perdue, a former Miss Arkansas, about her claim that a known Democratic Party operative tried to hush her up during the 1992 campaign about an alleged affair with Clinton. She says that the man stated to her that "they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs." On information and belief, Ms. Perdue has left the United States because of such threats and is presently in China. Plaintiffs seek leave to depose her as soon as she is located or otherwise becomes available. ..."

 

 

Linda Tripp - coerce, intimidate, deny - Bob Bennett calls her a liar, release her job application, transfer her.

Linda Tripp - death threats, Pentagon information to New Yorker

In a 6/29/98 Washington Weekly exclusive by Wesley Phelan: "Larry Klayman of Judicial Watch on Friday, June 26, deposed J. Lowe Davis, to whom New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer attributed information about a 1969 arrest of Linda Tripp. J. Lowe Davis admits telling Mayer that her former husband and Linda Tripp's father, Albert Caretenuto, had once bailed Linda Tripp out of jail. But Davis claims not to be the source of other quotes attributed to her by Mayer. " Also in the interview, Klayman said that the documents obtained from Carville (Education and Information Project) indicate that the information comes from many sources and that if the information sent to him from the White House comes from identifiable files of the White House, it may constitute a violation of the Privacy Act which may have both civil and criminal remedies. Klayman also said that the smear campaign used a Washington Post editor William Hamilton who is the husband of Jane Mayer who is a former colleague of Sidney Blumenthal. In deposition, Ms Davis remembered little more than her former husband and Tripp's father once bailed Linda out of jail. Many of the quotes in Mayer's second article did not come from Davis. And, the Tony Snow article raised the question of whether the source of the form: Pentagon or White House.

7/6/98 Washington Weekly Marvin Lee "Terry Good, head of the White House Office of Records Management last week admitted that he had been ordered by the White House Counsel to pull the file of Linda Tripp after the Lewinsky story broke in January. The admission was made under oath during a deposition by Larry Klayman of Judicial Watch. "There appears to be a concerted effort by the Clinton administration to use government files to harm and intimidate perceived grand jury witnesses," stated Larry Klayman. The files of Kathleen Willey and Monica Lewinsky were pulled as well."

7/7/98 Landmark Legal Foundation president, Mark R. Levin: ".The point is, if Maryland courts are not willing to recognize a violation of this law in a civil case without a showing of actual intent, they certainly won't recognize it in a criminal case where the standard is far more stringent. Levin added, "This raises serious questions about the timing and motives behind Mr. Montanarelli's actions - on the same day Tripp is testifying before a federal grand jury. Federal investigators need to determine if Mr. Montanarelli's announcement today is intended to influence or intimidate Tripp. "

7/8/98 The Dodge County News Ken Carroll "Jane Mayer's story on Linda Tripp has fallen apart. The timing was far too convenient and it was never well-constructed anyway. .So, how did Ms. Mayer get the scoop on this long forgotten incident? Good question. In fact, it's such a good question, there are two answers! Ms. Mayer's original statement was that Tripp's former step-mother contacted her with the information. Mayer claims she then checked it out and used it in her story. Ah, but not so, says Tripp's former step-mother, a liberal newspaper columnist based in Pensacola, Florida. She says Mayer called her up and asked her comment on the arrest story. Mayer also claimed to have gotten other information in her story from Tripp's personnel records Yet the language in one doesn't square in the other. So, there are two important questions here if we think for ourselves: 1) Where DID the story idea come from, and 2) Why did Mayer lie about the origin of her information? .it seems the information may have come straight out of Bill Clinton's Office of the White House Counsel. .in another story, reported in The Washington Weekly.Terry Good, the head of the White House Office of Records Management has admitted under oath that he complied with orders from the office of the White House counsel and pulled Linda Tripp's personnel file.Larry Klayman, of Judicial Watch, was quoted by The Washington Weekly as stating, "There appears to be a concerted effort by the Clinton Administration to use government files to harm and intimidate perceived grand jury witnesses." Files on Monica Lewinski and Kathleen Willey were also pulled. ."

Maryland State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli opened a grand jury probe into whether Tripp broke Maryland law barring taped phone calls unless both parties consent. But his job description is to root out corruption by public officials. Tripp is not a Maryland public official.

7/11/98 Washington Post Bill Miller "A federal judge yesterday ordered the Defense Department to seize and examine the computer of a Pentagon official who has admitted releasing sensitive information contained on Linda R. Tripp's security clearance form. U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth said he acted because the official, Clifford Bernath, deleted numerous documents from his computer

7/17/98 Washington Times Bill Sammon "White House officials searched their files for "anything and everything" on Linda R. Tripp after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke, but President Clinton refused to reveal that search to Congress, The Washington Times has learned. Thursday, the chairman of the House Rules Committee referred "this potential obstruction of a Congressional investigation" to independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr. Rep. Gerald B.H. Solomon suspects the White House, after searching its files on Mrs. Tripp, tipped off the New Yorker magazine to damaging information in Mrs. Tripp's personnel file at the Pentagon. "In the Linda Tripp matter, we may be previewing the extent of damage the president's political team is capable of, and apparently intent upon, inflicting," Mr. Solomon wrote to Mr. Starr, adding that it amounted to "intimidation of a federal witness." Days after the New Yorker published sensitive information from Mrs. Tripp's security clearance form in March, Mr. Solomon -- in an attempt to determine if the Tripp leak violated federal law -- asked Mr. Clinton in a letter whether anyone had pulled Mrs. Tripp's White House file, which he said would have contained her security clearance information.. "Because of the seriousness of this unfortunate and illegal occurrence, I look forward to the courtesy of a rapid response," the New York Republican wrote in the letter, dated March 18. According to a Solomon spokesman, Mr. Clinton did not respond. But the answer was revealed June 30 by Terry W. Good, director of White House records management. In a deposition to Judicial Watch.

8/1/98 The New York Post Brian Blomquist and Marilyn Rauber "Linda Tripp has testified a top Clinton aide threatened to "destroy" her and that Monica Lewinsky passed along veiled threats from the president himself, a source close to Tripp said yesterday. Tripp also told the Sexgate grand jury Lewinsky ominously warned her the president "was aware" of Tripp after she surfaced in last summer's bombshell Newsweek article on Willey, the source said."

7/30/98 US Information Agency - Washington File Pentagon Briefing 7/30/98 Deputy Defense Department Spokesman Captain Mike Doubleday briefed. Following is the Pentagon transcript: Q: Do you have a response of Linda Tripp's statement that she's been demoted and cast aside by the Pentagon? A: I have just a few things that I can pass along to you on that subject. First of all, she has not been demoted. Linda Tripp continues as an employee of the department. At her request, we made special arrangements for her to work at home, and those arrangements will be reviewed at some appropriate time. Q: Can you say how many hours a week she puts in at her job? And does the pay scale reflect... A: No, what I've just gone through for you right now is the extent of what I can give you today. Yes. Q: Can you go a little deeper into some appropriate time? My recollection is that this arrangement allowed her to prepare for her testimony, which is over. So is there going to be a review very shortly to find some other arrangement? A: I can't forecast for you any kind of a time table. As soon as I have any information, I'll be glad to pass it along. Q: During all this time has she produced some work product?A: I think I've indicated what I've given you here is the extent of what I can provide for you. Q: Is Ken Bacon the one who has to make the decisions on her future or is it someone else? A: I can't answer that question for you. But when I can I'll certainly do so. ."

Wall Street Journal 9/2/98 Op Ed "The vast power prosecutors wield--from Kenneth Starr on down--indeed merits scrutiny, so how is it that Stephen Montanarelli, the Maryland state prosecutor who seems bent on indicting Linda Tripp, has been virtually ignored? Mr. Montanarelli runs an independent office charged with prosecuting public officials, a role similar to Judge Starr's. It's his job to see if Linda Tripp violated Maryland's law against taping without consent.Mr. Montanarelli denies that he's under political pressure, but acknowledges his timing on calling a grand jury was inappropriate. GOP State Rep. Robert Flanigan says the move "certainly created the impression he was trying to intimidate her." Mr. Flanigan says there has been a "comprehensive effort" to urge a prosecution, including a January letter signed by 49 Democratic members of the Maryland House.Obviously Mr. Montanarelli must follow the law. But his track record doesn't inspire confidence. In 1995, he refused to prosecute a county election commissioner for nepotism because he ruled the person wasn't a "public official." Somehow, Ms. Tripp, a Pentagon employee, qualifies as one. Should Mr. Montanarelli proceed with a dubious prosecution, his own clear standing as a public official should qualify him, as it does Judge Starr, for a measure of scrutiny."

Investor's Business Daily 10/2/98 Editorial "Just the phrase ''secret police'' calls up images of the Gestapo or KGB. Now, says President Clinton's former adviser, Dick Morris, it turns out White House allies have used private detectives to threaten women who dallied with the president. Buried in the next document dump from Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's investigation is testimony from Morris before the grand jury that friends of Bill had mounted a ''secret police operation to go around and intimidate women.''… Also buried in the document dump, according to sources who have seen it, is a tape-recorded statement from Lewinsky to Tripp: ''I wouldn't cross these people for fear of my life.''."

Pittsburg Tribune-Review 1/28/99 Bill Sammon (Washington Times) Freeper Cincinatus ".Linda Tripp says she was warned by President Clinton's closest confidant, Bruce Lindsey, that she would "be destroyed" for raising questions about scandals she witnessed in the White House. "He said: `Talk like that will get you destroyed,'" Tripp said last Friday in a deposition to Judicial Watch, a legal watchdog group. "`You will be destroyed.' He said it with a smile." Lindsey, deputy White House counsel, did not return phone calls seeking comment. James Kennedy, spokesman for the White House Counsel's Office, declined to comment. Tripp said the conversation took place around December 1993 when she was executive assistant to White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum. She said she shared with Lindsey her concerns about a variety of sensitive subjects, including Filegate, Travelgate, White House volunteer Kathleen Willey and the handling of Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster Jr.'s suicide.."I didn't think Bruce Lindsey was going to come at me with an Uzi," she said. "I felt that my professional future was at stake and that I would most likely lose in any protracted battle. I would be the loser. "I also felt, frankly, that perhaps an accident would befall me and - and I'm not overdramatizing." ."

Washington Weekly Carl Limbacher 8/3/98 on Linda Tripp who said "."As a result of trying to earn a living, I became aware between 1993 and 1997 of actions by high government officials that may have been against the law. For that period of nearly five years, the things I witnessed concerning several different subjects made me increasingly fearful that this information was dangerous, very dangerous, to possess." Just what kind of danger was Ms. Tripp talking about? As a political appointee, no doubt her honest testimony about "several different subjects" could be hazardous to her career. But Tripp had other reasons to be concerned - as the press has known for months. Still, journalists have refused to report on the subject in any way that might cause appropriate alarm. During a May 26 appearance on Larry King Live, Tripp's lawyer, Anthony Zaccagnini, was asked why Tripp was sequestered in an FBI "safe house" early on in the Lewinsky investigation. Zaccagnini replied: "Linda Tripp was the subject of a lot of press scrutiny and there were some threats made against her life." For that reason, he said, the FBI in conjunction with Starr's office "decided to move her to a secure location." Later on in the King interview, Zaccagnini said that Tripp feared losing her job and felt threatened by another "danger" that he was not at liberty to discuss. The day after Tripp's attorney revealed the stunning news that Ken Starr's key cooperating witness had been the target of death threats, not a single American news outlet dared report the story. Only the British wire service Reuters carried the news. Their headline, "Linda Tripp faced death threats, lawyer says" made it hard to miss this bombshell, but somehow our media managed the trick. What's worse, this wasn't the first indication that Tripp may have been the target of a White House campaign to intimidate her through threats of physical violence. In their March 23 issue, Newsweek buried."

NewsMax.com 10/8/98 Christopher Ruddy "Linda Tripp told Starr's grand jury this summer that she had significant reasons to question official claims about former White House Vincent Foster's July, 1993 "suicide." Tripp, one of Foster's secretaries, and among the last people known to have seen Foster alive, told the grand jury she knows that top White House officials committed perjury in their accounts of Foster's death. Tripp indicated to the grand jury Foster's death was only one reason she feared for her life as she gained knowledge of Monica Lewinsky's affair with President Clinton."

Freeper aka 12/15/98 on FoxNews ".Hannity and Combs with Larry Klayman. Tripp says she recieved letter from Monica with list of deaths connected to Clinton! They got the list! This is a list which Monica provided to Linda Tripp with the comment that it was interesting or something to think about. I don't quite remember but it is there at the Judicial Watch website for your consideration. It is in the TRIPP deposition for Judicial Watch which was released today. The implication is that Monica was warning Linda that she had better play ball. The list was not in MONICA'S handwriting. There is no way that this was released by the whitehouse that early or with any deep game being played. It would be sheer intimidation of a witness..."

Washington Times Inside Politics 4/12/99 Greg Pierce "..."Thanks to a suspicious federal judge and a conservative watchdog group, Bacon and others have to provide documents explaining their roles in releasing sensitive information on Tripp's security clearance form -- a potential violation of the Privacy Act. The info led to a news report about Tripp's arrest as a teen and furthered her reputation as Monica Lewinsky's betrayer," Mr. Bedard observed. "Judge Royce Lamberth, agreeing with Judicial Watch Inc.'s demands for more documents, says in a ruling that there's something fishy about efforts by the Pentagon to hide political appointee Bacon's role in getting the information out. 'The issue becomes whether the inference should be drawn that the motivation for this cover-up was not only to protect this particular political appointee but rather the Clinton administration itself,' says Lamberth." ...."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...She says that Bruce Lindsey told her she would be destroyed if she disclosed Clinton's misconduct..... Monica Lewinsky warned her it was dangerous to talk to reporters and reminded her she had two children to think about. And the Pentagon spokesman Kenneth Bacon attempted to damage her credibility by improperly authorizing the release of information from her personnel record...... Defense Secretary Cohen, who had earlier said that such conduct should be a firing offense, laid the blame during a TV interview on a career employee. In a deposition in a Judicial Watch lawsuit, Bacon said he had confessed to Cohen that he had ordered the improper disclosure, contrary to privacy laws. Cohen has not corrected the record. The career employee has since been promoted and no action was taken against Bacon, who absolved the White House of any role in the disclosure. Tripp has become the prime target for vilification, although her chief "crime" was reporting wrongdoing in the upper reaches of government. She has testified to seeing stacks of raw FBI personnel files improperly kept in the White House, the first lady's alleged hand in the firing of the White House travel staff, as well as the Monica Lewinsky affair. She has also testified that she found on her office chair a list of dead persons connected to the Clinton administration and a hand written, anonymous note saying: "Linda, Just thought you might find this of interest!" VULNERABILITY: Tripp was a single mother of two who depended on her job for their livelihood...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs seek to question Ms. Tripp about the threats she stated she received from the White House via Monica Lewinsky just prior to her testimony in the Jones case, and via Bruce Lindsey after she raised concerns with him about certain activities in the White House Counsel's Office. Ms. Tripp was an employee in the White House Counsel's Office before being removed by the Clinton Administration to the Pentagon. Ms. Tripp told NBC's Today Show's Jamie Gangel that her fear of Clinton stems from a meeting she heard Clinton had about her in July 1997. She also said that Clinton called Lewinsky the night of July 14, 1997 to ensure that Tripp had become "a team player," and would lie for him in the Jones case. Tripp stated that she was afraid for her livelihood, and because of threats that had been made to her life and the lives of her children. Gangel asked if she believed Clinton was threatening her life, and Tripp replied: I believe that that was the message I was supposed to receive. Be a team player or else. . . . If you don't lie, you are being set up for perjury and jail. And who will believe you? You will lose your job and worse. That's what I was facing." Further, Ms. Tripp recently testified in a proceeding before this Court that Monica Lewinsky twice left on her office chair a list of people around Clinton who had died mysteriously. She stated under oath that both times she believed it was an attempt by Clinton to influence her testimony with regard to Kathleen Willey, and she took it as a serious threat. Importantly, Tripp also testified about a threat she received directly from Lindsey when she told him of her concern "that enemies [of the Clinton Administration], real or perceived, were in danger of information coming out [on them] in one way or another by the [A]dministration. Tripp testified that at the end of the conversation Lindsey said to her "talk like that will get you destroyed. You will be destroyed. He said it with a smile." Tripp stated that this scared her and she feared that "perhaps an accident would befall [her]."..."

 

 

Julia Hiatt-Steele - Willey's friend and neighbor - used the machine to change her story.

Producers Michael Radutzky and Trevel Nelson courted Willey to tell her story on 60 Minutes and a key selling point was the changing story of Julie Steele, who was (they believed) being pressured by the White House into changing her account in her affidavit in the Paula Jones case, which was drafted with help from the president's lawyers. There was apparent pressure concerning Steele's adoption of a boy in Romania, whether the procedure was handled properly. Radutzky and Nelson had shown up at Steele's house, and when they raised the adoption issue "she really freaked," says her lawyer, Nancy Luque.

Newsday.com 9/6/00 AP "…..A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit against a Newsweek reporter accused of disclosing a source's name in stories about a woman who claimed that President Clinton made an improper sexual advance against her. The source, Julie Hiatt Steele, alleged that magazine reporter Michael Isikoff broke his promise not to print her name. Steele's suit contended that Steele, at the behest of her friend Kathleen Willey, lied to Newsweek in early 1997 by saying Willey had confided that she had been the victim of an unwanted sexual advance by Clinton. Steele said she later told Isikoff that she had lied and said her conversations with Newsweek were "off the record" - meaning her comments and her name were not meant for print. …… In 1998, Steele sued Isikoff, Newsweek, and The Washington Post Co., which owns the magazine, citing breach of contract and emotional distress, among other claims. ….."

8/7/98 Freeper report on CNN Julie Hiatt Steele "On Larry King Live, Julie Hiatt Steele appeared to attack Kathleen Willey, Newsweek and Michael Isikoff. During her appearance she disclosed the OIC is currently persuing her for Contempt of Court for not disclosing details related to the picture of Kathleen Willey she sold to the National Enquirer and also gave some hint as to a possible reason why she (Steele) betrayed her friend to protect Clinton. Ms. Steele also disclosed that the adoption of her child may not have been legal. Apparently the adoption was "fixed" so she's not worried about any problems (any more, at least).."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...When the White House saw that she was corroborating Willey's story, officials began asking questions about the legality of her adoption of a Romanian child.... VULNERABILITY: The adoption...."

www.judicialwatch.org 7/29/99 98-1991 (WBB) Browning v Clinton Motion "...Plaintiffs wish to question Ms. Steele on the reason(s) she changed her story about Kathleen Willey's having confided to her the details of Clinton's sexual assault, first stating and then denying that Willey told her about the incident immediately after it happened. Additionally, Plaintiffs also want to ask her whether former United States Trade Representative, Commerce Secretary and longtime Clinton operative Mickey Kantor threatened her to change her story by questioning the conditions surrounding the adoption of her child. Finally, Plaintiffs want to inquire about her friend, Mary Earl Highsmith's, recent testimony in federal court that Steele told her she was "afraid it would be to her detriment" to take a position against Clinton. In her May 11, 1999 interview on Hardball with Chris Matthews, Kathleen Willey stated that 60 Minutes Producer Michael Radutzky told her that Mickey Kantor had threatened her friend, Julie Hiatt Steele, to change her story. "[T]hey told me that -- that my friend, Julie Steele, had been approached by a very high ranking member of the Clinton [A]dministration questioning her about the -- the conditions of her adoption of her child." Willey said that Radutzky told her that Kantor pressured her friend, Julie Steele, to change Steele's corroboration of Willey's encounter with Clinton: MATTHEWS: . . . But its your belief that the [A]dministration used that child as - as a hostage, in effect, to get her to turn around? WILLEY: That's what I was told. . ..MATTHEWS: By whom? WILLEY: Well, by - I was told it was Mickey Kantor that went and threatened her with that. MATTHEWS: Who told you that? WILLEY: Michael Radutzky at "60 Minutes." The next day on Larry King Live, Willey explained that it was this act of intimidation by the White House that motivated her to do the 60 Minutes interview last year: WILLEY: That's what turned me. I didn't go on "60 [M]inutes" to talk about the incident in the Oval Office. I was so outraged that they had - supposedly, that the White House had sent one of their minions to intimidate Julie with this adoption; I thought, well, regardless of what she'd done to me, regardless of how she had said that I had asked her to lie, I just thought that no mother should be threatened with her child. . . .KING: "60 [M]inutes" misled you. They were going to do a story about Julie Hiatt Steele and lying, and they did a story instead about groping? WILLEY: Yes. KING: So why then do you believe them on Kantor? WILLEY: Because I think that's they way the White House operates. I think they try to intimidate people and scare them. They tried to scare me...."

Los Angeles Times 8/12/99 AP "...A former defendant in one of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's prosecutions has lost a legal battle to have the government pay her attorneys' fees. U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton rejected the arguments of Julie Hiatt Steele that Starr's case was "vexatious, frivolous and in bad faith." In an Aug. 3 ruling, Hilton said the government won't have to pay costs and attorneys fees for Ms. Steele because "the evidence was sufficient for a reasonable trier of fact to find the defendant guilty." A federal jury on May 7 deadlocked 9 -3 in favor of convicting Ms. Steele ..."

townhall.com 6/2/00 Brent Bozell "……..... Time, however, has a way of unraveling yarns. In the last few weeks, the media's verdicts have very silently collided with court rulings. For example, on May 19, Steele, who joined a lawsuit alleging Ken Starr pressured her to offer false testimony, was rebuffed by a federal judge. Associated Press reported that U.S. District Judge John Nangle found "absolutely no evidence that (Starr) ever directly or implicitly asked her to lie." In the entire national media, only The Washington Post showed up on this story. …….. Steele first struck the media's fancy when she betrayed her former friend, Kathleen Willey, by recanting her corroborating testimony. Instead, she insisted Willey had urged her to lie to Newsweek about Willey being groped by the president. Steele's media supporters, starting with Geraldo Rivera, championed Steele's plight at the hands of "investigative terrorist" Ken Starr. Steele's attacks on Starr were also carried on the usually apolitical "Dateline NBC." On Nov. 27, 1998, Jane Pauley theorized that "Julie Hiatt Steele is a woman whose 15 minutes of fame was an unwanted consequence of doing a favor for a friend, and it could land her in jail ... She believes Kenneth Starr wants to hear her say something and will do almost anything to get her to say it." It would be foolish, however, to expect these White House mouthpieces at NBC and CNBC to apologize and retract their Starr-trashing "exposes" at this late date. Arriving at the truth is not the point. The point is that Clinton made it through the crisis, and the facts no longer matter. ......"

 

 

Susan Coleman - rumored (suicide 7.5 months pregnant)

Washington Weekly 11/30/98 Marvin Lee ".. Another case involving Jack Palladino was that of Susan Coleman. While opposition researchers supportive of President Bush were checking out an allegation that she had an affair with her law professor Bill Clinton at the time of her suicide, the Clinton opposition research team got wind of the investigation and decided to strike a pre-emptive blow. Jack Palladino used CBS reporter Eric Engberg to attack opposition researchers David Bossie, Jim Murphy and Floyd Brown of harassing the Coleman family. Thus, in an attempt to pre-empt negative publicity, it was the Clinton campaign itself that aired the Susan Coleman allegations to the American people through CBS News.."

 

Eleanor Mondale

New York Post 11/23/97 ".Ron Perelman spends his nights bonding with Eleanor Mondale and his days in court trying to sever his bonds with wife No. 3, Patricia Duff......" 1/6/98 "In Palm Beach, the haven of the most black-ties per square mile for New Year's, Revlon billionaire Ron Perelman threw the only casual bash in town at his lavish home. . Though his current squeeze, Eleanor Mondale, was conspicuously absent." 3/2/98 ".Revlon's boss Ron Perelman seems to be using the White House as the firm's private recruiting ground. Though "Zippergate" headliner Monica Lewinsky was cut from the Revlon roster after news of her alleged affair with Bill Clinton broke, the Manhattan-based company did find a spot for another White House alum, Tracy Davis. Sources say Davis landed a public relations post in Revlon's ad division, Tarlow Advertising, in early January, around the same time the cosmetics conglom was deciding whether to take on Lewinsky

 

Benazir Bhutto

 

The Hindustan Times 12/28/98 AP-Karachi ".Pakistani authorities today stopped former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto from going to Dubai, saying she cannot travel abroad because of ongoing corruption cases against her. "They (authorities) showed me a written order that I can't go abroad because there are (corruption) cases against me," Mrs Bhutto told reporters at the Karachi airport as she wiped her tears with tissue paper. Mrs Bhutto was going to Dubai to celebrate new year with her three children who are studying there.."

ABCNews Bios 12/29/98 reports that Benazir Bhutto went to Harvard and Oxford

8/22/98 Karachi ".Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto said on Friday the United States was within its rights in attacking guerilla camps in Afghanistan. The former prime minister was speaking to Reuters in an interview in Karachi while across the city demonstrators held rallies, burning the US flag and effigies of President Bill Clinton. Anti-US protests erupted after Friday prayers in several cities of the country.."

6/15/98 Islamabad AP ".In letters to US President Bill Clinton and members of the United Nations Security Council, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto warned today that South Asia was "dangerously close to war". With India and Pakistan-now proven nuclear powers-regularly lobbing mortars and firing artillery at each other, Ms Bhutto said the key to peace is a settlement of the Kashmir dispute. Economic sanctions will only exacerbate an already volatile situation, she warned. Instead Pakistan's twice-elected Prime Minister, Ms Bhutto urged ouick intervention by the UN Security Council, and the United States in particular, to resolve the Kashmir dispute. In her letter to the Security Council, Ms Bhutto urged the industrialised nations to "put aside (your) punitive measures- sanctions will not put the nuclear genie back in the bottle-and assume a pro-active, constructive and positive role in the worsening South Asian crisis." To US President Bill Clinton, Ms Bhutto asked that he "chair a peace process on Kashmir." This process, according to Ms Bhutto, should include China Russia and Britain. She suggested it be fashioned along the same lines as the Irish peace talks and subsequent accord.."

Hillary Clinton

NY Post 3/11/99 Deborah Orin "…Hillary Rodham Clinton is boycotting her husband's trip to Central America because she's furious with him and won't even sleep in the same hotel room, it was reported last night. "I don't want to be in the same room with him, let alone the same bed," Mrs. Clinton was quoted as saying, according to the Fox News Channel report, which cited unnamed sources close to the First Family. The report adds Mrs. Clinton decided to skip the four-nation goodwill trip because she felt she couldn't get a separate hotel room from her husband without people finding out. …The Fox News report says the big blowup between the Clintons came during their Utah skiing vacation a few weeks ago with daughter Chelsea - a trip from which they abruptly returned a day early. The two had a shouting match that ended with Hillary Clinton storming out of the room and saying she wanted her bags, it added. …"

Reuters 3/9/99 Paul Majendie "…Monica Lewinsky says she feels she has been more humiliated and damaged than Hillary Clinton by her affair with President Clinton that almost toppled the most powerful man on earth. ….``I was a lot more humiliated than Mrs. Clinton was,'' Lewinsky, on a media blitz around Britain publicizing her biography, told the Daily Telegraph. ``I don't want to characterize the reasons why she might feel humiliated but I think I have had so many different aspects of life exposed, much more than she has. And I think it has been more damaging to me too.'' …"

Drudge Report 3/10/99 "…"This is more than a fight, but they have gone through a separation like this before," one former Clinton adviser who has remained close to the couple tells the DRUDGE REPORT. "They always come back to each other... however, this time, it looks damn serious." The development comes after First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton hit total anger over Juanita Broaddrick's rape charge. "She was humiliated, he can't keep doing this to her," said one Hillary supporter inside of the White House. "He promised her over and over again that this rape story was not going to amount to anything. It has caused a serious breakdown" in their communication…."

The Washington Times http://www.washtimes.com/ Freeper A Whitewater Researcher 3/12/99 "…EXCERPTS: "It was the screech heard around the world. Connubial bliss may be in short supply at the White House if one hair-raising report is true....Wednesday night, the Fox News Channel went public with the details of a mighty row between Bill and Hillary Clinton during their family ski trip to Utah last week...."The two had a shouting match that ended with Hillary Clinton storming out of the room and saying s he wanted her bags," the Fox report said....The story broke even as Mrs. Clinton ponders a brave new life as a U.S. senator. She meets Friday with New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who has encouraged the first lady to run for office....The Utah tr ip was indeed cut short by a day...unnamed insiders...are the sources of the Fox report...."I don't want to be in the same room with him, let alone the same bed," Fox reported Mrs. Clinton had said, adding that she refused to go on the trip because she co uldn't get her own bedroom...."We had good sources, and more than one source on this story," said…"

AP 8/2/99 Sandra Sobieraj "...Her husband gave it a ``generally favorable'' review. Her critics called it a lunge for the sympathy vote. All part of the plan, said her strategists. While Hillary Rodham Clinton talked, from the pages of a new magazine, about Bill Clinton's famous infidelities, Washington buzzed: Why dredge all that up now? ..."

The Washington Post 8/3/99 Gene Weigarten "...An open letter to my wife: Dear Sweetie, Gonna be home late tonight. Don't wait up. Gonna get me some sex with another woman. The reason I haven't done this before is that I would have felt guilty. What a knucklehead I was! It turns out that when a husband cheats, it's not his fault. I learned this yesterday from Hillary Clinton....."


Susan McDougal

AP 3/11/99 Pete Yost "… For the first time, prosecutor Kenneth Starr's office alleged today that a fraudulent $300,000 federal loan taken out by Susan McDougal in the mid-1980s was used to help pay off an earlier loan taken out in President Clinton's name for the Whitewater land venture. In testimony at Mrs. McDougal's obstruction of justice and contempt trial, FBI agent Mike Patkus made the first link between the fradulent federal loan and a possible benefit to Clinton, who at the time of the 1986 transactions was Arkansas governor…. But Patkus testified that he discovered a $27,600 loan from Madison S&L to Clinton taken out in 1982 while pouring through microfilm records of the failed thrift. And he then traced for the jury a series of complex transactions that showed how the 1982 Clinton loan came to be reimbursed through the $300,000 loan Mrs. McDougal took out from a SBA lender four years later. Patkus, an accountant, said Whitewater real estate agent Chris Wade paid off most of the $27,600 loan in Clinton's name and then was reimbursed from proceeds by another bank loan Mrs. McDougal took out. Mrs. McDougal then took the proceeds from the fraudulent $300,000 loan and paid off the bank loan used for Wade…."

Conservativenews.com 4/24 Chris Vlasto Investigative Reporter ABC News "…"I know where all the bodies are buried." Those were the words that Susan McDougal said to me long before any pundits decided to call her a martyr, something likely to continue after her scheduled appearance today in front of the Whitewater grand jury in Little Rock… It took three years and a felony conviction for her to agree to do an interview. It came suddenly. She called in August 1996 and said she was ready to tell all. She wanted to come to New York without her lawyer’s knowledge to be interviewed by Diane Sawyer. She flew up to New York alone. We met at the Essex House bar to discuss the areas we were going to cover in the interview. The conversation was off-the-record, but at the time she promised she was going to answer all the questions on television. Overnight, everything changed. After the arrival of her brother, Bill Henley, and her fiancé, Pat Harris, in the wee hours of the morning, Ms. McDougal began singing a different tune. With the cameras rolling, Ms. McDougal was constantly interrupted by the two men when Ms. Sawyer asked her sensitive questions involving President Clinton. She couldn’t get a word in when Ms. Sawyer asked her whether Mr. Clinton knew anything about the illegal $300,000 loan she received from David Hale. The president has denied under oath knowing anything about that loan. Here’s how the interview went: Ms. Sawyer: "Did Mr. Clinton know anything about your loan?" Ms. McDougal: "That’s probably something that my attorney would not want me to talk about." [To Messrs. Henley and Harris: "I hate that, guys!"] "God, I hate this, Diane! Sorry!" Ms. Sawyer: "Did he?" Mr. Henley: "That’s a perfect answer." Ms. McDougal: "Jeez, I hate that though!" Mr. Henley: "That’s the only answer you have." Ms. McDougal: "That’s the only answer I have." I was confused by her silence. I knew she was angry at Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, but we at "Prime Time Live" weren’t the prosecutors. I asked her fiancé why she wouldn’t answer the questions. He said "we have to save something for the prosecutors, we have to give them something." I concluded that she must know something incriminating about Mr. Clinton, and reluctantly accepted her silence. Ms. McDougal went back to Little Rock to face the federal grand jury. Five days after the taping of our interview, she was cited for contempt of court. I watched Ms. McDougal outside the courthouse stridently declare she wasn’t going to answer Mr. Starr’s questions, which got her 18 months in jail. I know she met with her attorney Bobby McDaniel and talked with Alan Dershowitz after our New York interview. But that Wednesday in Little Rock, I saw a completely different Susan McDougal. She no longer told her intriguing tales. After countless conversations, there was silence. Did someone get to her, or was she playing a game with me all along? …"

Reuter via NewsEdge Corporation 3/15/99 "…An FBI agent testified Monday that the only evidence linking President Clinton to an alleged 1980s loan linked to the Whitewater land deal is testimony from a convicted felon who died last year. ``The only thing that connected Bill Clinton to that loan was Jim McDougal's testimony,'' agent Michael Patkus said at the trial of McDougal's ex-wife, Susan, who is charged with obstruction of justice for refusing to testify to a grand jury called by independent counsel Kenneth Starr…. Before he died in prison last year, James McDougal had begun cooperating with Starr and had told investigators that he had made a $27,600 loan to the president when Clinton was governor of Arkansas, reversing testimony he had given at another trial….. Starr deputy Hickman Ewing, prosecuting the case against Susan McDougal, based his allegation on earlier testimony from Patkus that James McDougal had called the check a loan to Clinton….."

Newsmax 3/24/99 "…Newsweek's Michael Isikoff reports a juicy little tidbit that should be of interest to those following Susan McDougal's current criminal contempt trial, according to the advance word on his upcoming book, "Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter's Story". It seems St. Susan's persistent silence before Ken Starr's grand jury had to do with sex, at least in part. She feared that Whitewater prosecutors would question her about her suspected liaison with then-Governor Clinton; one that would have coincided with his alleged efforts to steer an illegal SBA loan her way. Before McDougal's Sept. 1996 grand jury appearance, legal gadfly Alan Dershowitz reportedly advised that she'd have to answer the sex question if prosecutors posed it…. This January, onetime White House campaign-guru Dick Morris told FOX News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" that Clinton himself was worried that the Whitewater-sex connection would be exposed. Morris revealed that the President asked him how he should respond if prosecutors raised the issue during his April 1996 Whitewater trial testimony….."

Washington Weekly 3/29/99 L D Brown "…"It was his (Jim McDougal's) idea to get the horse." Susan McDougal was referring to the goofy television advertisement for one of the many money making escapades launched with her husband Jim during their glory days in Arkansas. Much to the amusement of the assortment of journalists, Susan recalled this and other events as she sought to explain away refusing to answer prosecutors questions at her trial for criminal contempt in Little Rock. I remember Bill Clinton and I watching that commercial one day at the Governor's Mansion in Little Rock. As Susan sat astride her mount she delivered a pitch for Maple Creek Farms, at the time a McDougal real estate project. "She looks good in those riding pants doesn't she?" Bill asked me, knowing I would agree that the then-trim Susan cut an attractive figure. Relevant to the trial subject matter scheduled for this week, Bill added, "She looks even better out of them!" …"

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...VULNERABILITY: Unknown. Did she hold a candle for Clinton? Or was this a Joan of Arc complex?..."

Female Secret Service

NY Post 3/11/99 Richard Johnson Jeane MacIntosh Kate Coyne Freeper Prince Charles "…PRESIDENT Clinton survived his impeachment trial, but might not be out of the woods yet. His next scandal is expected to be the allegation that he had the hots for three female Secret Service agents. Confidential FBI files, according to Star magazine's ace reporter Richard Gooding, reveal how ''three female agents told colleagues of presidential hanky-panky - including one who is said to have filed a complaint that he frequently 'hit on her,' sources say. That agent later withdrew the complaint when her request for a transfer was granted.'' The FBI files - kept under lock and key by Congress - were said to be the deciding factor for several wavering House members who ultimately voted to impeach…."

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...One agent is said to have been sexually assaulted by the president and two others to have been sexually involved with him...."

Freeper Gary Aldrich 6/11/99 reports "...My sources close to the Secret Service tell me that there is something to the claims that at least one female Secret Service agent is in hiding, sheltered in a position where she will get maximum protection from Clinton friends, and a curious media who are on to the story. I have more details on this, but I see no point to exposing the story when there seems to be no interest on the part of any Secret Service agent to protect their own against this kind of outrage. In my opinion, there is a limit to what a federal employee (even an SS agent) should put up with. I read my oath the other day, and it clearly states that I take my oath to the Constitution.....not to any man, not to any group. I'm fairly certain that SS agents take that same oath........Is there one patriot among the bunch of them? I guess we shall see...."

14 Year Old

NewsMax.Com 3/10/99 Carl Limbacher "…Of all the Jane Doe leads described to NewsMax.com, one was more shocking than all the others put together. And because of its sensitive nature, Rick Lambert stressed that he had but one witness account to substantiate the story. Still, it was the case that troubled him the most. This Jane Doe was just 14 years old at the time of her Clinton encounter. And, according to the witness in whom she confided years later, she had attended a 1984 party co-hosted by Arkansas bond daddy Dan Lasater and Clinton's brother Roger. Both would later serve jail time on drug charges. As told to Lambert, the girl was rendered unconscious by a deliberate overdose. And when she came to she was half-naked, with the governor of the state of Arkansas on top of her. Beyond that single sourced account, the evidence to back up the story is circumstantial. Lasater was, for instance, convicted of "social distribution," based on allegations he used the lure of free cocaine to get wayward young women to entertain his male party guests. Other corroboration comes from Roger Clinton's then-landlady, Jane Parks, who has spoken on the record about the wild parties Roger threw attended by his older brother, the governor. Parks says marijuana and cocaine were the intoxicants of choice and the women came and went at all hours of the day and night. Sometimes the female company was "surprisingly young," according to Parks. Her office shared a wall with Roger's apartment and she was able to hear as well as see quite a lot. In 1997 Parks told the London Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard that she could clearly distinguish Gov. Clinton's voice through the ventilation duct when, on at least two occasions, he had sex with the party girls. Parks' assistant told Evans-Pritchard she thought that some of Roger's female guests were perilously close to underage, "probably 17, 18 years old." According to Lambert, the young assault victim fled Arkansas when Gov. Clinton won the 1992 Democratic presidential nomination. Lambert and several reporters traced the girl, now a woman in her late 20s, to California. But she remained elusive till the end…."

 

Bobbie Ann Williams

NewsMax 11/11/98 Carl Limbacher ".Lucille Bolton is a very brave woman, perhaps more brave than even she knows. As the aunt and onetime guardian of the president's reputed son she sits on a powderkeg of information that could make the Monica Lewinsky scandal pale by comparison. She shared some of that information with NewsMax.com in a story reported last week.. "Can I ask you a question?" Bolton inquired in the midst of relating her story. "What are you trying to do to the man?" I told her that I agreed with Bolton's sister, Shirley Howard (Danny Williams' current guardian), who told Bolton she wanted the president to take a paternity test in the interest of establishing the truth. At that, Danny's aunt insisted that there wasn't any doubt about the boy's paternity in her mind. The exchange was telling. Plainly, Bolton has no political ax to grind by coming forward. And in fact, like many African-Americans, Danny's aunt remains loyal to the president. But for this decent woman, the truth about her nephew's plight took precedence -- and so our conversation continued. Lucille Bolton may not have realized it at the time, but getting Danny's story out now could be her best protection against things to come. She says that just two days before she spoke to NewsMax.com, two visitors showed up at Danny's current home. When Howard answered the door, the two men identified themselves as FBI agents.Both Bolton and Howard believe the visit was a ruse perpetrated by reporters chasing the Danny Williams story. What Bolton couldn't explain was why reporters would advise her sister to hire a lawyer. Moreover, as any good reporter would know, impersonating a federal agent is a felony..When apparent G-men visited Danny Williams' house just weeks after local police shot his aunt's dog, was someone trying to send Lucille Bolton and her sisters a message? Do the threatening letters from the LRPD have anything to do with Danny's alleged dad and the likelihood that he couldn't survive another shoe dropping so close on the high heels of Monicagate? Lucille Bolton doesn't think that's the case. But if she's wrong, the more of Danny's story that gets out now the safer he and his aunt will be."

Drudge Report 1/1/99 Matt Drudge ".**World Exclusive** "I just want to know who my dad is." He's been told all of his life that Bill Clinton is his father, and late last month, 13-year old Danny Williams of Arkansas underwent a DNA test to find out the truth! ..The results from the DNA test are not known as this transmits.. The Williams DNA will be compared to Clinton DNA results that were previously obtained, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned..The current DNA cliffhanger is not the first time that Gooding has hit a gusher on the Clinton scandal front. STAR's Gooding caused pandemonium back in 1996 when he exclusively exposed Dick Morris' relationship with a prostitute.."

New York Post 1/3/98 Maggie Haberman ".A 13-year-old Arkansas boy whose mom claims he was fathered during a paid sex encounter with the President Clinton is taking a DNA test to prove it, a new report says. Danny Williams -- whose mother, Bobbie Ann, has claimed for years that she bedded Clinton and her son was the result -- took the genetic test after he signed on with Star magazine, a source told The Post. "It's the stained dress allover again," cybergossip Matt Drudge, who reports the story on his Web site, quotes a source saying. "We've been here before." ..Star investigative reporter Richard Gooding made the initial contact with the Williams family, and has been "building the story for some time," Drudge reports.. Williams reportedly claims the two had several steamy sex-for-money meetings, including once with a female friend. Williams reportedly passed at least one lie-detector test about her charges. The president has denied ever meeting her.."

N.Y. DAILY NEWS 1/3/98 Rush&Malloy "..The 13-year-old son of a former Arkansas prostitute reportedly has undergone DNA testing to see if his father is President Bill Clinton. Star magazine reporter Richard Gooding tells us that Little Rock teen Danny Williams is cooperating with the tabloid to find out if he was conceived during an alleged sex encounter with ex-hooker Bobbie Ann Williams..Gooding emphasizes that if the results don't match Clinton's, "there's no story." ."

Newsmax 01-03-99 Carl Limbaugher "..Official Washington is swooning over the New York Post's front page revelation that a pending DNA test arranged by STAR Magazine may prove that 13-year- old Danny Williams is indeed President Clinton's secret son. The New York Daily News, The London Times and C-Span have also picked up the scent, spurred on by the high profile New Year's weekend reporting of internet ace Matt Drudge. NewsMax.com readers have known for months that Danny's family is now interested in establishing his paternity. And it was this news that caught the eye of STAR sleuth Richard Gooding, reviving his interest in the story and propelling him down to Little Rock. .."

USA Journal Online 1-4-99 Jon Dougherty ".Never mind that Bill Clinton is the world's biggest hypocrite because he might have fathered an illegitimate child, abandoned that child, then advocated tougher new federal laws that crack down on so-called `deadbeat dads.' He won't go to jail for this and that's okay because fathering children isn't an illegal act. But if it's true, I can't imagine what sort of undignified label I could use to describe Clinton that would do justice to the act he committed against the woman in question and her [his] son in question, as well as his own child and his wife. For all of Hillary Clinton's flaws - and ideologically speaking, in my opinion there are many - her personal behavior is nowhere near as demeaning and despicable as is her husband's..."

BBC 1/4/99 ".The White House is bracing itself for another potentially damaging story about President Clinton's private life, just as he faces an impeachment trial in the Senate. The boy's mother is a black prostitute, Bobbie Anne Williams, who has alleged for some time that the president is the boy's father. She used to work the streets near the Governor's mansion in Little Rock at the time Mr Clinton was state governor. She says her son boy is the product of a $300 sex session with him..He denies ever meeting the woman, although her son, called Danny Williams, is said to resemble Bill Clinton as a boy..."

Drudge 1/5/99 "..And now the DRUDGE REPORT has learned, preliminary DNA test results in the Danny Williams/Bill Clinton paternity showdown are expected as early as today! He's been told all of his life that Bill Clinton is his father, and late last month, 13-year old Danny Williams of Arkansas underwent a DNA test to find out the truth. The STAR magazine and ace investigative reporter Richard Gooding hope to determine Danny Williams' true paternity by matching the teen's DNA with information made public in the Starr report -- information that traced the president to Monica Lewinsky's dirty dress. Phil Bunton, editor of the STAR magazine, said late Monday: "It could be a 13 year-old hoax, we don't know yet." But the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal that lab runs on DNA samples provided by Williams and his mother have now been analyzed and are being compared to Bill Clinton's genetic code outlined in information publicly released by the United States Congress. It is not known if and when the STAR will make the results known. There is also tremendous intriguing surrounding tuition payments made to a private school in Arkansas that Williams has been attending. But details on what information Star and Gooding may have regarding those payments were sketchy Monday night. ."

London Daily Mail 1/8/99 ".BILL CLINTON'S impeachment trial began yesterday, but the President's thoughts may be focused instead on the corner of 17th and Main Street in Little Rock, Arkansas, which may soon become one of the most famous places in U.S. presidential history. Behind a bush there, hidden from view, Bill Clinton allegedly had sex with Bobbie Ann Williams, a local black prostitute. He was Arkansas's governor at the time and had paused for ten minutes in the midst of a jog, paying Williams $200. His privacy was ensured by three Arkansas state troopers, two of whom are prepared to testify that the incident took place. 'He confessed to Bobbie Ann he had a thing for black girls,' says Lucille Bolton, Williams's sister. 'He said she wasn't his first black prostitute, nor would she be his last.' Thirteen years later, President Clinton awaits the results of a DNA test that may prove he is the father of Danny Williams, Bobbie Ann's teenage son, allegedly conceived during either his first encounter with the prostitute or one of the 12 other meetings during the subsequent three weeks...White House sources say that if Danny Williams is the President's son, pressure on Clinton to resign will become more intense because he has never paid child support to the boy, despite Bobbie Ann informing Clinton ten years ago the child is his..AND IF the sex did take place, the site of the tryst with Williams would be an appropriate place to memorialise the horrors of Clinton's presidency. Visible from 17th and Main is the Camelot Hotel, where Clinton allegedly raped Juanita Broaddrick in 1978; the Excelsior, where he propositioned Paula Jones by dropping his trousers in 1989; the Hilton, where he had sex with Gennifer Flowers in 1984; and the Governor's Mansion, where Clinton planned to become president while allegedly involving himself in drugs, illicit sex and a series of suspect financial deals. .. 'Bobbie Ann used drugs; she always used them with guys she went with,' says Bolton. 'She had two parties with Governor Clinton where he took cocaine.' The link between sex and drugs in the Bobbie Ann Williams story is strengthened by respected Chicago businessman Steve Denari. In 1991, he was chairman of Ross Perot's presidential campaign team in Illinois. On the eve of the presidential election, Denari received a dossier from an anonymous source. It laid out all Clinton's dealings with Bobbie Ann Williams. There was a photograph of Clinton with Bobbie Ann at an Arkansas night-club,' he says. 'There were also cancelled cheques that showed Bobbie Ann had been given money by Clinton for Danny's education and to keep her quiet. There was a statement in her hand confessing she had supplied Clinton with cocaine.' Denari was a Democrat before Perot burst on to the American political scene, and he returned to the Democrat fold in 1992. His first reaction on receiving the Williams dossier was to offer it to the Clinton campaign staff. 'I didn't want to influence the presidential election result at that late stage. I certainly didn't want the Williams affair to allow George Bush to win at the last moment,' says Denari. Clinton's senior adviser, George Stephanopolous, handled Den-ari's approach and assumed Perot's assistant planned to publish the file as a last-ditch effort to embarrass Clinton. 'Stephano-polous insulted me over the telephone,' says Denari. 'He told me the story could not be true, that all the rumours of Clinton's affairs were false, part of a Rightwing conspiracy against the President.' When Clinton won, Denari put away the file, until Bobbie Ann Williams resurfaced last week. Now he is planning to publish the pictures, along with the cheques, in a book he is writing, which is expected to appear in April. 'If Danny Williams is Clinton's son, from what I have in the dossier, I don't see how Clinton can deny the drug use,' says Denari. 'He may not have inhaled marijuana, but he will not be able to deny snorting cocaine.' Several of Clinton's associates from Arkansas have been imprisoned for drug trafficking, including Dan Lasater, a close friend of the President and his brother Roger, who is a recovering drug addict. Lasater was jailed in 1986 for cocaine possession but later pardoned by Clinton. According to L. D. Brown, Lasater supplied the cocaine Bobbie Ann Williams used during her orgies with Clinton..." [NOTE: Reports indicate DNA tests prove Danny Williams is NOT Clinton's son]

1/9/99 Time.Com ".Bill Clinton has been dogged for years by the rumor that in Arkansas he fathered a child of an African-American prostitute. In 1992 the tale was flogged by the tabloid Globe.. Using the Starr Report's FBI analysis of Clinton's DNA as its reference, Star paid former prostitute Bobbie Ann Williams, the source for the Globe article, and her 13-year-old son for their story and blood samples. And the result: "There was no match. Not even close," says a Star source. (The Starr Report contains sufficient data to make a valid DNA comparison to rule out paternity.)."

www.drudgereport.com 1/10/99 Matt Drudge ".He had been told all of his life by his mother that Bill Clinton was his father, but late this week, 13-year old Danny Williams of Arkansas learned the truth: He is not.."

NewsMax.com 9/16/99 "....Earlier this year, STAR magazine reported they had investigated rumors that 13-year-old Danno had been fathered by Bill Clinton. The magazine said they had obtained a DNA sample from the boy, and compared it to Clinton's DNA identified in FBI documents provided to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Starr had investigated whether a semen stain on Monica Lewinsky's dress had come from the president. The story was considered dead after the supermarket tabloid said there was, in fact, no DNA match. NewsMax.com also asked several reputable laboratories to examine FBI documents that referenced Clinton's DNA. Contrary to STAR's claim, all laboratories said the FBI had not provided Clinton's DNA markers - only the type of tests that had been used by the Bureau to make the analysis. All said no determination of Danno's paternity could be established based on the FBI documents made public by Kenneth Starr. Trooper Patterson also believes the story needs further inquiry..... Williams has stated that in the mid-1980s then-Governor Clinton had encountered her at her home, near the governor's mansion, while out on a morning jog. The two had sex on several occasions and had also used cocaine, she said. Patterson said he cannot confirm any sexual relationship between Williams and Clinton. Patterson joined the governor's security detail in 1986. Still, Patterson, in More than Sex, reveals he became suspicious about the boy's parentage when he was ordered by Clinton to deliver Christmas gifts to the boy at his home in 1988 or 1989. "On at least one, maybe two occasions, Christmas eve, we delivered Christmas gifts to [the Williams'] house." According to Patterson, Clinton did not buy the gifts he gave to the boy, but had swiped several gifts that were to be given to Chelsea from friends of the Clintons. Patterson said, that in addition to the gift giving, he became "really suspicious" in 1992, during the presidential campaign, when the Williams' home was burglarized. The only items stolen were two photographs of the child, one of which had appeared in the Globe, a supermarket tabloid, alleging Clinton had fathered the child. "This is a simple house burglary," Patterson explained, yet it set off alarm bells in the governor's mansion. Patterson learned the burglary received priority attention from Clinton because Captain Buddy Young, who headed the governor's security detail, assisted the local Little Rock police in their investigation of the case ...."

 

KATHY FERGUSON

NewsMax.com 3/3/99 Carl Limbacher "...Many of the Jane Does interviewed by Paula Jones investigators Rick and Beverly Lambert were reluctant to be dragged into the high-profile case and chose not to come forward. For one prospective Jane Doe, it was a physical impossibility. Kathy Ferguson was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head just five days after Jones filed suit against President Clinton. Kathy's ex-husband, Arkansas State Trooper Danny Ferguson, was named as a co-defendant. Her death was ruled a suicide by local police. With Kathy unavailable, the Lamberts interviewed her friends Sherry Butler and Sam Houston, who both worked at Little Rock's Baptist Memorial Hospital. Their names were submitted into evidence in the closing weeks of the impeachment trial as part of a supplemental witness list in the Jones case. Butler was a licensed practical nurse at Baptist Memorial. She and Houston, the hospital's urologist, were just two of several co-workers in whom Kathy had confided about her own unwanted encounter with Bill Clinton. In 1994, NewsMax.com's executive editor, Chris Ruddy, reported on the incident: "Houston had said he once asked Kathy if she had ever been harassed by Clinton when her former husband served on the governor's security detail. She responded with an account -- which is consistent with what other personnel at the hospital say Ferguson told them on separate occasions -- of having been 'blocked in the kitchen' of the governor's mansion as then-Governor Clinton made unwelcome advances on her. "Sherry Butler said that Ferguson, in speaking of that same incident to her, had said that Clinton 'shoved her against a counter' and wouldn't let her leave the kitchen. "Butler added that Ferguson had been firm in her belief in Paula Jones' testimony. 'That girl is telling the truth,' Butler remembers her friend saying about Jones." (Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Nov. 4, 1994) Rick Lambert confirmed to NewsMax.com that Kathy Ferguson was the reason Butler's and Houston's names were on the Jones witness list: ..."

 

KAREN HINTON

The New York Observer 3/29/99 Christopher Hitchens "...Michael Isikoff was the guileless Candide of the Clinton scandal. Things kept happening to him. Alas: "In working on it, I had gotten in touch with Cuomo's staff to seek some backup material and ran across Cuomo's new press secretary, somebody I knew from an earlier incarnation. It was Karen Hinton, the woman who in 1994 had described to me the unpleasant sexual overture Clinton had once made to her 10 years earlier."..."

MARY JO JENKINS

Washington Post 6/13/99 Bob Woodward Page A1 "...Robert S. Bennett, leaning close to his client in the private study off the Oval Office, announced his suspicion in an aggressive baritone. "Mr. President," he said, "I find your explanation about one of the women frankly unbelievable." ....Bennett believed, he had smoked out the real liability - Marilyn Jo Jenkins, a beautiful marketing executive whom Clinton had known for more than a decade. Jenkins was a longtime employee of the Arkansas Power and Light Co. Her name had been linked to Clinton in published reports, but only in vague references. She had met with Clinton in his basement office in the Arkansas governor's mansion four times in the less than three months between his election in 1992 and his inauguration in 1993. Three of the meetings took place about 5:15 a.m. or 5:30 a.m. Phone records showed that from 1989 to 1991 Clinton had placed 59 calls to Jenkins's home or office. Arkansas state trooper Danny Ferguson had brought gifts from Clinton to Jenkins. Clinton had denied to Bennett that he had a sexual relationship with Jenkins. Bennett was not buying it. He noticed that Clinton reacted differently when Jenkins's name came up. The president paused in a forlorn and wistful way. Bennett couldn't quite put his finger on it, but Clinton's manner seemed to be a definite tip-off....."

SUE SCHMIDT

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...As the Washington Post reporter who broke the news that banking regulators had referred the Whitewater inquiry for criminal prosecution, she was seen as media enemy No. 1. The first lady ordered the White House legal team to make a study, at taxpayer expense, of supposed bias in her reporting. The study found no such thing, said those who saw it, and press secretary Mike McCurry refused to make it public. Schmidt later co-wrote the piece breaking the Monica Lewinsky story. Yet at the height of the impeachment debate, she disappeared from daily news to write a book....."

BETTY CURRIE

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...As Clinton's secretary, she was pressed into duty as an arranger for the relationship with Monica and even collected evidence from her and hid it under her bed. Clinton twice coached Currie on how he wanted her to testify. VULNERABILITY:She was an employee..."

JEAN DUFFEY

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Former head of the Saline County Drug Task Force, she worked with a federal grand jury until she dug too deep, said John Brown, former detective for the Saline County Sheriff's Department. State officials began undercutting her, and tried to frame her with trumped up allegations that were thrown out of court. She has left the state and is teaching school in Texas. VULNERABILITY: She was outnumbered...."

SHARLENE WILSON

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Now serving a 31-year sentence for minor drug offense (selling a half ounce of marijuana and $100 worth of an amphetamine) at the women's prison at Tucker, Ark. She got to know then Gov. Clinton through brother Roger and attended toga parties where she said the governor used coke. She testified in 1990 to a grand jury that she had seen Bill Clinton using drugs, and when her testimony leaked out, she fled the state for fear of her life. She later returned, it is said for a family funeral, and was arrested for the drug crime, despite having been a top informant for drug enforcement. Sharlene was my best informant, said Jean Duffey, former head of the drug task force in Saline County. "They couldn't silence her, so they locked her up in jail and threw away the key. That's Arkansas for you." Her prosecutor, Dan Harmon, was also her ex-boyfriend. He is now in prison for drug-related crimes. VULNERABILITY: Wilson's record of illegal activities..."

http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover.shtml 7/27/99 Carl Limbacher "...An Arkansas parole board has recommended early prison release for Sharlene Wilson, the onetime Little Rock drug dealer who told a federal grand jury in 1990 that she witnessed then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton use cocaine on multiple occasions. ....Wilson has been incarcerated for most of the Clinton presidency as part of what many believe is a political vendetta by Clinton allies in his home state, who fear she knows too much about the Mena drug-running scandal. Wilson now resides at the Grimes-McPherson correctional facility in Newport, Arkansas. The federal drug probe witness testified that she began selling cocaine to Clinton's brother Roger as early as 1979. Wilson has told reporters that she sold two grams of cocaine to Clinton's brother at the Little Rock nightclub Le Bistro, then witnessed Bill Clinton consume the drug. "I watched Bill Clinton lean up against a brick wall," Wilson revealed to the London Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in 1995. "He must have had an adenoid problem because he casually stuck my tooter up his nose. He was so messed up that night, he slid down the wall into a garbage can and just sat there like a complete idiot." Wilson also described gatherings at Little Rock's Coachman's Inn between 1979 and 1981, where she saw Clinton using cocaine "quite avidly" with friends. An Arkansas Police video shows Roger Clinton telling one cocaine dealer, "Got to get some for my brother. He's got a nose like a vacuum cleaner."...."

Newsmax 11/8/99 Carl Limbacher ".... Despite Saturday news reports that Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee had commuted the prison sentence of Sharline Wilson to time served, she remained in jail over the weekend and doesn't expect to get out anytime soon, a source close to Wilson told NewsMax.com Monday afternoon. Speaking on condition of anonymity Wilson's friend revealed that an unexpected development has delayed her release. "We found out over the weekend here that Sharline has to go back before the parole board, which is really odd, seeing that she's already been approved, which is why the Governor made his own approval based, in part, on their recommendation. So, now they're saying that it may be another two months before she's out." ....."

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE 11/6/99 ".... Gov. Mike Huckabee on Friday commuted the sentence of Sharlene Wilson, 45, former girlfriend of ex-prosecutor Dan Harmon. Wilson's 31-year sentence for two counts of delivery of a controlled substance was shortened to the time she already has served. Wilson was arrested in Hot Spring County in 1992 while Harmon was prosecutor for the 7th Judicial District, which included Saline, Grant and Hot Spring counties. Wilson was convicted in 1993....... "

Freeper HAL9000 11/6/99 adds "...In a related matter, Dan Harmon was disbarred from practicing law by the Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday. In a one-page order, Harmon was barred from practicing law on the recommendation of the Committee on Professional Conduct, which regulates the practices of lawyers in the state....."

Drudge Report 11/6/99 "….Sharlene Wilson -- the talkradio and underground video sensation who tells an incredible tale of using coke with Bill Clinton -- will finally be freed from her jailhouse shackles, it was reported on Saturday! Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has commuted Wilson's 31-year sentence for delivery of a controlled substance after having served nearly seven years behind bars -- spanning the entire Clinton White House years. The 45-year old AM and shortwave star has spent endless hours doing radio interviews from the solitude of her jail cell, and has also appeared in underground videos telling her amazing story of doing coke with Bill Clinton….."

www.kiev870.com THE GEORGE PUTNAM SHOW 1/3/00 "….....SHARLINE WILSON, Arkansas Whistle Blower on Gov. Bill Clinton's Cocaine Use in Arkansas ...who was thus jailed to guarantee her silence...is at long last FREE. A friend of hers called into KIEV 870 AM's ( www.kiev870.com ) GEORGE PUTNAM SHOW today...to share that a now Free SHARLINE WILSON had called him on Saturday to inform him that she had been held in Jail up to the very last day of 1999 and was then released. She is now resting with her Mother and 2 children...."

NY POST (Page Six) 1/9/00 "….SHARLINE Wilson, the drug dealer who told a federal grand jury she saw President Clintonsnort cocaine, was finally released from an Arkansas jail on New Year's Eve after serving six years of a 32-year sentence…. She claimed that then-Gov. Bill Clinton was not only present during one transaction, but that he snorted some of her coke and reeled backwards into a garbage can. Born-again while in jail, Wilson told NewsMax.com she hopes to start a new life as a drug and alcohol counselor……"

 

 

LAUREN KIRK

Capitol Hill Blue 6/9/99 "...Roommate of Flowers in Dallas who was questioned by private eye Jack Palladino, who specialized in digging dirt on Clinton's ex-lovers. (She is perhaps the friend who was asked "Is Gennifer the kind who would commit suicide?")..."