FIRST FIRST LADY to come under criminal investigation
FIRST FIRST LADY to almost be indicted according
to one of the special prosecutors
NUMBER of Hillary Clinton fundraisers
or major backers convicted of, or pleading no contest to, crimes:
9 including Jeffrey Thompson, Paul Adler, Norman Hsu, Jorge Cabrera,
Abdul Jinnal, Alcee Hastings, Johnny Chung, Marc Rich, Sant Chatwal
NUMBER OF TIMES that Hillary Clinton, providing
testimony to Congress, said that she didn't remember, didn't
know, or something similar: 250
NUMBER OF CLOSE BUSINESS
partners of Hillary
Clinton who ended up in prison: 3. The
Clintons' two partners in Whitewater were convicted of 24 counts
of fraud and conspiracy. Hillary Clinton's partner and mentor
at the Rose law firm, Webster Hubbell, pleaded guilty to federal
mail fraud and tax evasion charges, including defrauding former
clients and former partners out of more than $480,000. Hillary Clinton was mentioned 35
times in the indictment.
IN THE 1980s,
Hillary Clinton made a $44,000 profit on a $2,000 investment
in a cellular phone franchise deal took advantage of the FCC's
preference for locals, minorities and women. The franchise was
almost immediately flipped to the cellular giant, McCaw.
HILLARY CLINTON AND HER HUSBAND set up a resort land scam known as Whitewater in
which the unwitting bought third rate property 50 miles from
the nearest grocery store and, Thanks to the sleazy financing,
about half the purchasers, many of them seniors, lost their property.
IN 1993 HILLARY CLINTON and David Watkins moved to oust the White House
travel office in favor of World Wide Travel, Clinton's source
of $1 million in fly-now-pay-later campaign trips that essentially
financed the last stages of the campaign without the bother of
reporting a de facto contribution. The White House fired seven
long-term employees for alleged mismanagement and kickbacks.
The director, Billy Dale, charged with embezzlement, was acquitted
in less than two hours by the jury.
HRC'S 1994 HEALTH CARE PLAN, according to one account, included fines of up
to $5,000 for refusing to join the government-mandated health
plan, $5,000 for failing to pay premiums on time, 15 years to
doctors who received "anything of value" in exchange
for helping patients short-circuit the bureaucracy, $10,000 a
day for faulty physician paperwork, $50,000 for unauthorized
patient treatment, and $100,000 a day for drug companies that
messed up federal filings.
TWO MONTHS after
commencing the Whitewater scheme, Hillary Clinton invested $1,000
in cattle futures. Within a few days she had a $5,000 profit.
Before bailing out she earns nearly $100,000 on her investment.
Many years later, several economists will calculate that the
chances of earning such returns legally were one in 250 million.
Hillary Clinton's Rose law firm billing records, sought for two
years by congressional investigators and the special prosecutor
were found in the back room of the personal residence at the
White House. Clinton said she had no idea how they got there.
DRUG DEALER Jorge
Cabrera gave enough to the Democrats to have his picture taken
with both Hillary Clinton and Al Gore. . . Cabrera was arrested
in January 1996 inside a cigar warehouse in Dade County, where
more than 500 pounds of cocaine had been hidden. He and several
accomplices were charged with having smuggled 3,000 pounds of
cocaine into the United States through the Keys
In 2000, Hillary
Clinton's Senate campaign returned $22,000 in soft money
to a businesswoman linked to a Democratic campaign contribution
from a drug smuggler in Havana.
IN AUGUST 2000, Hillary
Clinton held a huge Hollywood fundraiser for her Senate campaign.
It was very successful. The only problem was that, by a long
shot, she didn't report all the money contributed: $800K by the
US government's ultimate count in a settlement and $2 million
according to the key contributor and convicted con Peter Paul.
This is, in election law, the moral equivalent of not reporting
a similar amount on your income tax. It is a form of fraud. Hillary
Clinton's defense is that she didn't know about it
HILLARY CLINTON'S participation
in a Whitewater related land deal became suspicious enough to
trigger an investigation by the Arkansas Supreme Court.
IN 2007, A
Pakistani immigrant who hosted fundraisers for Sen. Hillary Rodham
Clinton became a target of the FBI allegations that he funneled
illegal contributions to Clinton's political action committee
and to Sen. Barbara Boxer's 2004 re-election campaign. Authorities
say Northridge, Calif., businessman Abdul Rehman Jinnah, 56,
fled the country shortly after being indicted on charges of engineering
more than $50,000 in illegal donations to the Democratic committees.
HILLARY CLINTON SUPPORTED the appointment of Rudy Giuliani's buddy, Bernie
Kerick, to be Secretary of Homeland Security,. Kerick subsequently
withdrew and not long after was indicted.