Skip to comments.Enron Probe Crosses Many Political Borders
Posted on 01/10/2002 7:38:27 PM PST by Uncle BillEdited on 04/22/2004 12:32:08 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
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The following tally of responses is from Clinton's testimony in the Paula Jones deposition:
I don't remember - 71
I don't know - 62
I'm not sure - 17
I have no idea - 10
I don't believe so - 9
I don't recall - 8
I don't think so - 8
I don't have any specific recollection - 6
I have no recollection - 4
Not to my knowledge - 4
I just don't remember - 4
I don't believe - 4
I have no specific recollection - 3
I might have - 3
I don't have any recollection of that - 2
I don't have a specific memory - 2
I don't have any memory of that - 2
I just can't say - 2
I have no direct knowledge of that - 2
I don't have any idea - 2
Not that I recall - 2
I don't believe I did - 2
I can't remember - 2
I can't say - 2
I do not remember doing so - 2
Not that I remember - 2
I'm not aware - 1
I honestly don't know - 1
I don't believe that I did - 1
I'm fairly sure - 1
I have no other recollection - 1
I'm not positive - 1
I certainly don't think so - 1
I don't really remember - 1
I would have no way of remembering that - 1
That's what I believe happened - 1
To my knowledge, no - 1
To the best of my knowledge - 1
To the best of my memory - 1
I honestly don't recall - 1
I honestly don't remember - 1
That's all I know - 1
I don't have an independent recollection of that - 1
I don't actually have an independent memory of that - 1
As far as I know - 1
I don't believe I ever did that - 1
That's all I know about that - 1
I'm just not sure - 1
Nothing that I remember - 1
I simply don't know - 1
I would have no idea - 1
I don't know anything about that - 1
I don't have any direct knowledge of that - 1
I just don't know - 1
I really don't know - 1
I can't deny that, I just -- I have no memory of that at all - 1
Occasions when he could have just said yes or no? - 267
Thank goodness for the Senate.
Spokesmen for the firm say it began shredding to protect confidential client information during the 1992 primary campaigns, when reporters were discovered rummaging through office garbage. In late January, after special counsel Robert Fiske announced the start of his Whitewater investigation, Hedges and another courier, Clayton Lindsey, say they spent an hour shredding documents plainly marked VWF. The only lawyer at the firm with those initials was Vince W. Foster. At a meeting with managing partner Ronald Clark and others a few weeks later, they were informed that they would have to answer FBI questions and testify before the Whitewater grand jury. Hedges says they were told to tell the truth and "not to do anything to protect the firm." But when Hedges informed senior partner Jerry Jones that he would tell the FBI he had shredded Foster documents, Jones replied, "Don't assume they were his documents." According to Hedges, when he answered in turn that he was certain, Jones told him, "Don't assume that they have anything to do with the investigation."
Freeper of the year?
You take care.
Shhhhh! He's sleeping.
I'm just going to leave this food at the end of the cave...
Sadly those aren't the words of Democrats but a (so called) Republican majority in the Senate.
I have a copy of a Human Events interview with House Manager Rep. Cannon "How the Senate Fixed the Impeachment "Trial" ...no links just a copy of a FR post from July, 1999... too lengthy and not relevant to post here.
Just a short time ago, the following was stated about Enron.
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