Skip to comments.PETER PAUL AND HILLARY: No. 6 – Gary Smith, the Concert, and Another Smoking Gun
Posted on 05/11/2005 3:28:15 PM PDT by doug from uplandEdited on 05/12/2005 3:58:43 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
1 Peter Paul to Make Big Announcement on Hannity
2 - Sorry, Alan Colmes, You Will Not Stop hillcap.org or the Truth
3 - Hillarys Favorite Foreign Donor, Tendo Oto (Part 1)
4 Hillarys Favorite Foreign Donor, Tendo Oto (Part 2)
5 Smoking Gun Demand Letter
Note: this is the sixth episode in a series of stories regarding the events surrounding the 2000 Fundraiser and the business relationship of entrepreneur Peter Paul, William Jefferson Clinton, and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
In our last exciting episode, we discussed a smoking gun demand letter. Clearly, Hillary is lying about her role in the false reporting to the FEC.
We are pleased to introduce you to Gary Smith. He may not be a recognizable name on this forum, but he is a big name in Hollywood and Democrat circles. Smith has produced the Democratic National Conventions in 1988, 1992, 1996, and 2000, both Clinton inaugurations, and patriotic and TV specials such as the Bi-Centennial of the Constitution.
Whom do you suppose was the producer of the concert portion of the 2000 fundraiser? Yes, we have a smart audience. It was Smith, the good friend of the Clintons. And whom you do think made the demand that Smith do that production? Bingo. Yes, it was none other than senate candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Hillary and her fall guy, poor David Rosen, have a problem. Hillary was not happy with the $850,000 being charged by Smith and his company, Black Ink Productions. Peter Paul was asked to get him to lower the fee, so a $50,000 adjustment was made. Smith added another $75,000 at the last minute, but that is another story.
It is a little difficult to see, but the report lists the cost of the concert, AKA Event 39, and the name Black Ink Productions. What is that? Do we really see the number $100,000. Yes, we do.
Even those without an accounting background will be able to figure out the scam pulled by Rosen and Hillary. Heck, my nephew is 10, and he was able to figure it out. The big question is whether a Los Angeles jury will be able to figure it out. The rocket scientists are a short distance away at Cal Tech, not on L.A. juries.
As costs had been exploding for the event, Paul was getting a little concerned. Clinton advisor and topless bar owner, Jim Levin, assured him that he had to keep showing good faith to get to that promised land of a business relationship with a former president. So Paul gulped and went along with the program.
Those who want to see justice prevail, are probably breathing a collective sigh of relief that Marcia Clark and Chris Darden are not helping the prosecution. Let's all hope that, although the jury might not be able to understand blood and DNA evidence, they will be able to understand HRC evidence. Her fingerprints are all over this.
Note to the NEW YORK TIMES, LOS ANGELES TIMES, WASHINGTON POST, et al -- you may use this information in your stories as long as you credit FreeRepublic. It is a pleasure to help you get to the bottom of this story. As we have been reading your reports, it is clear that you need help.
We do a Tony Snow thread every morning at 9am EST. Tony is all over this story.
Great work Doug !!! congrats...stay on them , this is almost too good to be true .
Please alert the ping list.
Tony Snow is on this too.
The Clinton-appointed judge is apparently staying. He even donated to Clinton and Boxer.
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Funner and funner, this gets.
Another work of genious! Great work DFU!
Why is it that every time I see the name Peter Paul, I want to make it Peter, Paul and Mary? Just kidding. Guess its a conditioned reflex. Either that or its a candy bar.
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