Skip to comments.Investigative Report: Another Clinton Scandal Coming?
Posted on 08/13/2004 11:19:50 AM PDT by Thanatos
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Bill, Hill, and Janet Waco would look very nice in orange overalls.
This has been going on for years. They had better hurry up because the stauate of limitations is catching up. There is no justice in the justice department, just breast chasers and pond drainers.
Aren't they lovable?
You know this is an old story that is going NOWHERE!
The CLintons are not the McGreeveys of the world where people PAY for their actions.
Is anyone beginning to get the picture? There won't even be an audit trail for the DNC's electric bills in 2000, let alone what they have been destroying for five years.
For those who have followed this case, the joke is on those who have just discovered it as the holy grail of Clintonista grift.
Another Clinton scandal coming? Could be. Last one was over three weeks ago.
The biased lamestream media will ensure that not a word of this story will be passed to the unwashed masses. Like the swiftboat story, anything that shows a liberal in an unfavorable light MUST be suppressed!
Nothing sticks to the Clintons. So I don't expect anything out of this. I think they go and get a new coating of teflon every two yrs.
I think Hillary is tied to Kushner who is tied to McGreevey. So is Schumer and Kerry. Federal investigation. There is more to the McGreevey resignation than we have so far been told, I believe.
Click here to check out my web site dedicated to exposing Hillary.
I don't get my hopes up anymore.
We got them this time! They are all going to jail this time for sure!
The clinton scandals will never be over. Even after this scary duo dies.
Investigative Report: Another Clinton Scandal Coming?Yep. Sure looks like it...
Follow the money...
Judicial Watch.......aren't they about 0 for 900?
If we only had Republican's running the DOJ. Opps, we do.
We wish. I'm not holding my breath. (yet!)
Pond sucking, neck collar decapitating, boyscout shooting, Waco toasting, naked statue covering, imbeciles.
Let's move on. . .nothing here but the VRWC.
At least they have given the Evil Teensy Bent One and his wicked witch wife tons of grief over the years. I admire Judicial Watch for that in itself. Anyone who can give the g*dd*m Clintons the grief they deserve is OK with me.
I don't expect they'll ever be convicted of anything...in fact, if there was an authenticated video of Hillary on the grassy knoll and Bill in the School Book depository triangulating to blow off JFK's bean, the libs would still shower love upon the Clintons and revere them as their gods.
So, absent the possibility of conviction(s), being a gnat in the Clinton's ears is alright!
I'm not surprised at anything these vermin do anymore.
Does anyone know where to find the list of campaign contributors by name and amount. I don't see a database on FEC.gov.
Maybe it's those pesky FBI files that were stolen sveral years ago.
Maybe you missed the fact that the FBI already has the records (story in bold below). Here are excerpts from stories I have on file:
04/19/04 - The Federal Election Commission has opened a formal probe into a star-studded Aug. 12, 2000 Hollywood fundraiser for then-first lady Hillary Clinton's Senate campaign, Fox News Channel reported on Sunday. And some say the development is at least partly responsible for Sen. Clinton's claim that she's not interested in joining John Kerry's presidential ticket.Background:
The allegations themselves are not new: Two of the event's organizers, Hollywood producer Peter Paul and charity fundraiser Aaron Tonken, have detailed a series of transactions undertaken in conjunction with Hillary's campaign that could violate FEC regulations, with Paul charging that the campaign failed to report nearly $2 million he spent producing the event.
But months before Paul was returned to the U.S. to stand trial in the stock case, Hollywood fundraiser Aaron Tonken began cooperating with federal probers. Tonken has said that he's a star witness against the Clintons in a federal grand jury probe in New York into Mr. Clinton's Marc Rich pardon - and has been cooperating with the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles who's probing his fundraising activities.
New York Sen. Hillary Clinton surely hopes that history isn't repeating itself with the raid conducted by the FBI last month on another warehouse; this one chock full of documents from her 2000 Senatorial campaign.
"The documents were seized in a May 30 raid of a California storage facility containing documents of Peter Paul, the entrepreneur who funded Hillary Clinton's Senate campaign with over $2 million dollars in direct, in-kind contributions which were never reported by Hillary Clinton or her Senate campaign, as required by law," revealed the public interest law firm Judicial Watch in a press release late last week.
The Bush administration has quietly done an about-face on allegations that New York Sen. Hillary Clinton broke campaign finance laws in 2000 - with the Justice Department preparing to extradite one-time Clinton fund-raiser Peter Paul to the U.S. as part of a plea deal for his testimony. The sudden action on Paul's case comes just weeks after reports surfaced that former Hollywood fund-raiser Aaron Tonken has supplied damaging testimony about Hillary Clinton's fund-raising practices.
"I'm a star witness against President and Mrs. Clinton," Tonken claimed in a recent report on his case in Vanity Fair magazine, explaining that prosecutors wanted his testimony about" "fundraising activities that I've done on behalf of the Clintons." The exact nature of Tonken's allegations against Sen. Clinton remains secret, the magazine said. But the celebrity moneyman is known to have been involved in the August 2000 fund raiser that is at the heart of Peter Paul's allegations.
Peter F. Paul, the flamboyant Hollywood entrepreneur who says Hillary Rodham Clinton has hidden almost $2 million of in-kind contributions he made to her campaign in 2000, is back from Brazil and promising to raise a ruckus about the New York senator as he fights bizarre securities and bank-fraud charges on which he's been indicted. Aaron Tonken, a political operative in Hollywood and a former protégé of Paul under indictment for a variety of alleged sharp deals with the rich and famous, also is promising to tell everything he knows about behind-the-scenes shenanigans of Clinton and many others.
Mr. Paul has substantial, documentary evidence detailing his close relationship with the Clintons and his funding of the Hollywood tribute, including cancelled checks, hand-written thank you notes from the Clintons, and photographs. Also named in the complaint is Clinton fundraiser David Rosen, Clinton friend James Levin, and Hollywood celebrity fundraiser Aaron Tonken, who currently is under criminal investigation for his role in other Hollywood fundraisers. As a result of Mr. Pauls disclosures, federal authorities have launched an investigation into the Clintons and other matters. Mr. Paul, who is facing alleged (and related) stock and bank fraud charges, remains eager to cooperate with federal authorities.
"Indeed I did . . . "
Sorry, but as someone who used to send money to JW, being a "gnat in the ear" of the clinton's ain't gonna accomplish jack.
It is a good sign that this story is resurfacing again...it shows it is not over yet. Yes, it has been years, but they have to be careful to make sure they have a case that will convict them. Can you say "October Surprise"?
My prediction is that Hillary will be indicted if Bush wins a second term.
bump for wekend lead
I'm with you. The toons have always been above the law. I find no reason to believe it will change now. The media is even worse than ever. "Nothing to see here.. so let's cut to these pictures of poor, downtrodden freedom fighters enduring the torture of having panties on their heads!"
I really hope you're right. It would prove that there is at least SOME justice in the world.
P.s. McGreedy might skate also.
I pray about things such as this, and I'll keep praying that wretched and manipulative people are held accountable for their actions though I cannot hold my breath anymore, I mean for god's sake she was elected the Jr. Janitor of New York........
Well, you should be proud that you have supported the gnat.
Don't ever think for a second that what JW (and you for contributing) have done to badger and annoy the Clintons will be forgotten by them. GOOD JOB! I commend you!
Thanks for the ping!
I'm so glad Judicial Watch is keeping Hillary on her toes by following up on her fraud and mayhem!
I really wish something would stick to her! She is evil and wicked and doesn't deserve to even dream of being President of the United States!!!
We might even be saying "President Gore" now, if Judicial Watch hadn't kept the Clinton Scandals hot in the courts.
Truth doesn't always mean complete victory.
But getting the truth out about the Clintons
has helped keep this wicked-twosome backed up a bit.
BACK CLINTONS, BACK!!
And stay there.
Remember Peter Paul?
Shortly after renting a commercial flatbed tractor trailer combo in Tarzana, Calif Sandy Berger was seen speeding towards Mexico with a large storage locker strapped down on the trailer.
Does anyone know where to find the list of campaign contributors by name and amount. I don't see a database on FEC.gov.Here's some related info for you:
HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON (D-NY)
1 Citigroup Inc $138,900
2 International Profit Assoc $120,999
3 Kushner Companies $115,000
4 Goldman Sachs $104,670
5 Metropolitan Life $97,500
6 Walt Disney Co $78,850
7 Time Warner $75,100
8 Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $70,075
9 Viacom Inc $63,525
10 Skadden, Arps et al $62,850
11 Cablevision Systems $58,950
12 EMILY's List $53,775
13 PaineWebber $51,000
14 Credit Suisse First Boston $48,500
15 Kirkland & Ellis $47,500
16 US Government $44,250
17 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu $42,350
18 General Electric $41,650
19 Bear Stearns $39,650
20 Patton Boggs LLP $39,000
FEC info on Kushner personal contributions to Hillary 2000 Senate campaign
FEC info on other Hillary/2000 Senate campaign contributions
N.J. Governor's Top Fund-Raiser Charged
By STEVE STRUNSKY
The Associated Press
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Gov. James E. McGreevey's top donor Real estate developer Charles Kushner engaged a call girl to have sex with a witness, had someone videotape them, and then sent the man's wife a copy of the tape, U.S. Attorney Christopher J. Christie said Tuesday.
Kushner was trying to discourage the witness, a former employee, from cooperating further in a criminal investigation of Kushner for possible tax fraud and illegal campaign contributions, Christie said.
Christie said Kushner hired two prostitutes in December for $25,000 and had also targeted a second witness, also a former employee, but that witness declined the prostitute's advances.
"There is nothing, nothing more sacrosanct than the integrity of the grand jury system," Christie said.
Kushner, 50, was charged of conspiracy, obstructing a federal investigation and promoting prostitution. He posted $5 million bail and was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet.
"We are saddened to hear of the allegations," McGreevey spokeswoman Kathy Ellis said. "It would be inappropriate, however, to comment further on matters unrelated to this office."
Kushner did not speak in court and had no comment outside the courthouse.
"Charles Kushner is one of the most respected business leaders in the community and widely known as a very generous philanthropist," his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, said in a statement.
"The charges filed today are entirely baseless. Mr. Kushner is confident that once the facts are fully disclosed in a courtroom he will be completely exonerated."
Last month, Kushner was fined $508,900 by the Federal Election Commission for improperly contributing money to political candidates in the names of his companies.
Since his first gubernatorial campaign in 1997, McGreevey has received at least $369,050 from Kushner, family members and employees of Kushner's firm. The money accounts for nearly 5 percent of the $7.9 million in donations McGreevey has raised in the last decade. Kushner has also solicited donations from friends and business associates.
In February 2003, Kushner withdrew as McGreevey's nominee to head the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. At the time, Kushner was the target of lawsuits contending he improperly used business funds for personal and political purposes.
Kushner denied any wrongdoing and McGreevey refused to back away from the appointment despite months of questions about the nominee's background and campaign donations.
Christie said Tuesday's indictment is not related at all to McGreevey.
"There is absolutely nothing in this criminal complaint which has anything to do with the governor of New Jersey," Christie said.
Last week a federal indictment charged another McGreevey fund-raiser with extortion, alleging he demanded money to help a farmer get a favorable sale price for his land in a farmland preservation program.
Although McGreevey himself was not mentioned by name, the governor has said he believes he is the "State Official 1" referred to repeatedly in the indictment.
Thanks for the information!
If I had a dime for every headline like this from the past 10 years...well...you know...