Yesterday I posted Feds fight FOIA request for Hillary Clinton’s White Water draft indictments. Since this issue has arisen once again, I thought for a Saturday post a bit of a review would give us some fun. First, the amazing thing that amazingly Whitewater records suddenly appear after missing for months. What a surprise!. Then, a bit of parody with the second clip. I will list the pardons her hubby handed out as the door kicked their sorry asses as they collected anything that moved as they exited the White House door for the last time. Sit back, put up your feet, and enjoy.
HILLARY CLINTON APPEARS BEFORE GRAND JURY
Then a bit of humor :
Now the lucky ones who were convicted then pardoned by Bill Clinton.
Ultimately the Clintons were never charged, but 15 other persons were convicted of more than 40 crimes, including Bill Clinton’s successor as Governor, who was removed from office.
- Jim Guy Tucker: Governor of Arkansas at the time, removed from office (fraud, 3 counts)
- John Haley: attorney for Jim Guy Tucker (tax evasion)
- William J. Marks, Sr.: Jim Guy Tucker’s business partner (conspiracy)
- Stephen Smith: former Governor Clinton aide (conspiracy to misapply funds). Bill Clinton pardoned.
- Webster Hubbell: Clinton political supporter; Rose Law Firm partner (embezzlement, fraud)
- Jim McDougal: banker, Clinton political supporter: (18 felonies, varied)
- Susan McDougal: Clinton political supporter (multiple fraud). Bill Clinton pardoned.
- David Hale: banker, self-proclaimed Clinton political supporter: (conspiracy, fraud)
- Neal Ainley: Perry County Bank president (embezzled bank funds for Clinton campaign)
- Chris Wade: Whitewater real estate broker (multiple loan fraud). Bill Clinton pardoned.
- Larry Kuca: Madison real estate agent (multiple loan fraud)
- Robert W. Palmer: Madison appraiser (conspiracy). Bill Clinton pardoned.
- John Latham: Madison Bank CEO (bank fraud)
- Eugene Fitzhugh: Whitewater defendant (multiple bribery)
- Charles Matthews: Whitewater defendant (bribery)
- Whipedia- Whitewater Controversy