Gasior, however, believes the investigation was quashed because of Hillary Rodham Clinton's involvement with Lafarge, both as a member of the Board of Directors from 1990-1992 -- for which the soon-to-be-first lady earned $31,000 per year plus expenses -- and possibly earlier, when sources say she did legal work for the company through the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock. Evidence of her ties to Lafarge appears on the billing records from the Rose Law Firm that mysteriously "reappeared" two years after congressional investigators had subpoenaed them. They are now under scrutiny by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr
posted on 11/18/2001 10:13:30 PM PST
The web grows larger.
posted on 11/18/2001 11:57:14 PM PST
To: kcvl; Wallaby
Didn't Margaret Trudeau's family own Lafarge Cement Company in the 1960s? Anyway, thanks for the good reading.
posted on 11/19/2001 12:23:27 AM PST
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