Skip to comments.Ex-Clinton aide (Betsey Wright - *Squirt's Bimbo Eruption Czar) pleads not guilty in prison case
Posted on 10/01/2009 4:21:12 PM PDT by Libloather
Ex-Clinton aide pleads not guilty in prison case
(AP) 8 hours ago
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. A former top aide to Bill Clinton when he was governor of Arkansas has pleaded not guilty to charges of trying to smuggle contraband into a prison.
Betsey Wright is accused of trying to smuggle tattoo needles, a box cutter, a knife and tweezers into the Varner Supermax Unit while visiting a death row inmate in May.
The 66-year-old Wright entered the plea Wednesday in a court filing in Lincoln County Circuit Court.
The filing by defense attorney Jeff Rosenzweig also waives her arraignment, which had been set for next week, and asks for a jury trial.
Rosenzweig declined to comment on Wright's defense other than to say she's not guilty.
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RUSH: Hey, folks, I got more evidence here of the success and the long reach of the vast right-wing conspiracy. Does the name Betsey Wright wring a bell to anybody? Betsey Wright, Clinton administration, early on during the campaign of 1992 she was in charge of the bimbo eruptions. Whenever any of Clinton's former concubines were going to pop up and level any kind of accusation, it was Betsey Wright who kept the file on them and threatened them with destruction and embarrassment. She was in charge of bimbo eruptions. "Okay, Rush, so what do you mean by the long reach of the vast right-wing conspiracy?"
Well, just posted from State-Controlled Associated Press an hour ago: "A former top aide to Bill Clinton when he was governor of Arkansas has pleaded not guilty to charges of smuggling contraband into a prison. Betsey Wright is accused of trying to smuggle tattoo needles, a box cutter, a knife and tweezers into the Varner Supermax Unit while visiting a death-row inmate in May. The 66-year-old Wright," in charge of bimbo eruptions, "entered the plea in a court filing in Lincoln County Circuit Court. The filing by defense attorney Jeff Rosenzweig also waives next week's scheduled arraignment for Wright and asks for a jury trial. Wright was Clinton's chief of staff for seven years and worked on many of his campaigns."
See it's the vast right-wing conspiracy here, folks, the vast right-wing conspiracy that put the tattoo needles, the box cutter, the knife, and the tweezers into Betsey Wright's pockets. And it was the vast right-wing conspiracy who then drove her to the Varner Supermax Unit to visit a death row inmate that an evil vast right-wing conspiracy judge had also convicted and sentenced. You see how successful we are? We're taking these Clinton people one by one, the vast right-wing conspiracy. And Clintons knows it because he keeps talking about it. I personally had a hand in this. I picked up the tattoo needles.
No tattoo INK, though. Curious.
Maybe tatoo ink isn’t contraband.
Whoever it is, that is one lucky fella!
(Ink can be made on the inside. Please don't ax me how I know.)
On Death Row, anything is contraband.
Who was the inmate? Maybe someone that Clinton wants to be shall we say, permanently unavailable for comment.
IIRC Betsy Wright was one of the people who took boxes of unknown contents out of Vince Foster’s office after he was found dead. She and HRC made the FBI agents sit down until they had removed what they wanted. No criminal activity here.../s
This story sure is lean on details. Who was the inmate? What was he/she in for? How did Miss Wright(isn’t she Bawney Fwank’s sister?)know said inmate?
And the most important question : Did she have a fist full of parole papers?
I'm guessing you saw it on "Lockup"?
Thanks for the ping!
Yeah - but don't tell anyone else. It'll completely destroy my reputation.
its our little secret....tough guy.
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