Put Hillary Clinton under Oath!

The American Spectator, November 2005 | Go to article overview

Put Hillary Clinton under Oath!


Bill was caught in Perjury-what will we hear from her?

Peter Paul is a man on a mission.

As a former Clinton Business Associate and Supporter, he witnessed first hand the tactics and "do what it takes" approach to getting what Bill and Biliary wanted in politics, whether it was legal or not.

But now Mr. Paul needs your help. He has filed a civil action in Los Angeles County (California) Superior Court against the Clintons for FRAUD, COERCION and CONSPIRACY in connection with almost $2.000,000 he spent at the behest of former President Bill Clinton to help Hillary s 2000 Senate campaign.

Since Hillary Clinton is up for re-election to the Senate in 2006 and ultimately wants to become President, she MUST be held accountable for her role in what may be the LARGEST CAMPAIGN FINANCE FRAUD ever perpetrated. Peter Paul has demonstrated great courage and tenacity over the last four years in his pursuit of this civil action. Since becoming a whistle blower about the misconduct of Hillary Clinton and the leadership of the DNC. he and his family have been threatened and he was personally indicted. All for the purpose of political expediency on behalf of the Clintons.

Criminal culpability has been brought right to Senator Clinton s doorstep. David Rosen was the FIRST EVER Senatorial campaign finance director to be indicted for election fraud in falsely reporting the largest campaign contributions to a Senate campaign. That's HILLARY'S Senate Campaign Finance Director. Yet, after seven separate proffers to the U.S. Justice Department since March 2001. detailing Hillary Clinton's PERSONAL ROLE in the criminal misconduct of her Senate campaign finance director, Mr. Paul was informed Hillary would not be made a "target" for prosecution.

The only way Hillary is going to be forced to testify under oath regarding her role in the election fraud that ensured her election to the U.S. Senate will be in the discovery and trial brought by Peter Paul and the US Justice Foundation in the first ever civil suit against a President for conspiring with a Senator to defraud a business associate by coercing him to become the largest secret contributor to the Senator's election campaign!

What will she do under oath? She will have three choices: tell the truth about her involvement in campaign fraud, commit perjury or plead the "Fifth Amendment." Hillary is desperately trying to avoid this and if she gets her way, the truth will be buried forever. Her high powered Washington legal team, led by David Kendall who defended Bill Clinton in his impeachment, is sparing no expense in filing motions and appeals to cause delay and keep the fraud case from ever reaching the courtroom.

The financial cost to expose these illegal acts once and for all will be huge, but Hillary MUST be held accountable.

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