"...the woman tells how Gore greeted her at the door of his room at the Hotel Lucia for the 11 p.m. appointment with a hug that "went on a bit long," then quipped "call me Al." Hotel staff had told the licensed therapist when booking her that the client was Al Gore, but that he was going under the name "Mr Stone."
Gore allegedly asked her to focus on his abdominal area and adductors -- the inner thigh muscles -- as well as his back and other areas.
While his lower body was covered with a sheet, she said, Gore "became vocal" with "muffled moans" and asked her to go lower, getting angry when she refused.
"It appeared he was demanding sexual favors or sexual behaviors," the woman said.
She then asked Gore to show her where he wanted to be massaged and he "grabbed my hand, shoved it down under the sheet to his ***** **** area, my fingers brushing against his ***** and firmly planted my hand on his pubic crest region and said to me 'There!' in a very sharp, loud, angry-sounding tone."
The woman told police she was caught in "a perfect storm" in a room with someone who was "Teflon-coated in terms of his credibility and celebrity status"..."
Police specifically responded to claims by the woman -- who said she remained clothed through the alleged encounter -- that she had noticed her black slacks had "stains" on them.
Police said they did not collect her attire because they believed it would not provide evidence.
At this point, the Police Bureau does not consider this an ongoing investigation unless new evidence is received in this case, Wednesday's police statement said.
ALL THE EX-PRESIDENT'S SCANDALS
Nurse backs up Clinton rape charge
Attended Broaddrick's wounds after alleged assault in Arkansas
June 26, 2003
[a few excerpts from article...]
Kelsey recalls Broaddrick saying the meeting with Clinton began with small talk, and "she was a little surprised he was by himself."
"She said he was showing her locations outside the window there in Little Rock, and then, all of a sudden, he just kind of grabbed her and started kissing her," remembers Kelsey.
"He overtook her and pushed her to the bed, and from that point on it was just a rape."
Kelsey says Broaddrick explained how her lip became swollen: "He bit her lip to try to keep her from struggling with him."
So the “warming” he has felt all along wasn’t global warming? We’ve been had! Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Loser.
“Police said they did not collect her attire because they believed it would not provide evidence.”
This is BS and if she still has the pants uncleaned, even today they likely could recover DNA evidence from them. This is how police have been able to resolve murders that occurred 20 years ago—by applying the latest DNA techniques to forensic evidence collected way back when.
She reportedly phoned a friend that very night and told her the story. I would think the combination of this friend’s contemporaneous account, the DNA evidence and the masseuse’s email correspondence with the hotel would be sufficient for an IMPARTIAL investigator to obtain a conviction. Portland ain’t exactly in a Red state, so it’s pretty clear that politics rather than good policing were at play in this ugly incident.