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Looks my yellow pad is going to get a workout in the morning. I have thought for sometime the OKC Bombing was very suspicious especially after touring the Museum. Two and two do not add up to four in the Museum.

You should see the large picture of ms. clinton there -- she looks like the cat that swallowed the canary even more so than her husband at the Memorial Service photo. Everyone else is grieving but not those two!
159 posted on 07/10/2002 10:28:55 PM PDT by PhiKapMom
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FROM A 1995 ISSUE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON DAILY: The UW is one of 10 universities in the nation chosen by the Institute of International Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IIMCR) to send students to a month-long summer program in The Hague, Netherlands, in July 1996. 'The University of Washington was selected because of its free-spirited and independent-minded student body as well as its fine academic standing,' said IIMCR President Cody Shearer.

FROM A 1996 ISSUE OF THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY DAILY: "The symposium is scheduled to take place from July to August at the Institute of Higher European Studies in The Hague, Netherlands, one of Europe's leading schools of international affairs. 'Stanford University was selected because of its free-spirited and independent-minded student body, as well as its fine academic standing,' Cody Shearer, the architect of the program and president of the Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution, said in a press release.

ASSOCIATED PRESS: In contacts under federal investigation, Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott's brother-in-law received thousands of dollars from an associate of accused war criminal Radovan Karadzic around the time he tried to arrange the Bosnian fugitive's surrender, according to lawyers and government officials. Talbott's brother-in-la
161 posted on 07/10/2002 10:31:14 PM PDT by kcvl
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Those who jumped from IGI to the administration include:

Raymond Kelly, who became Clinton's Secret Service chief.

Ricki Seidman, who joined the Justice Department.

Brooke Shearer, who joined Hillary's staff and ran a White House intern program before moving to a job at the Interior Department.

Even Lenzner's daughter. She became an intern to former Clinton aide George Stephanopoulos.

Meantime, those who left the administration for IGI include:

Former FBI General Counsel Howard Shapiro, who has signed on as Lenzner's lawyer. Shapiro was supposed to get to the bottom of the Filegate scandal. Instead, he did damage control for the White House, sneaking officials a peek at FBI agent Gary Aldrich's manuscript to ''Unlimited Access.''

Former FBI official Larry Potts (of Ruby Ridge fame), who's now an IGI executive.

Milton, who started writing Hillary's biography as an admirer, suggests the first lady is behind the hiring of private eyes.

Before Clinton's first run at the White House, Hillary hired detective Ivan Duda to track down all his mistresses. That way, Duda told Milton, Hillary would be prepared for any charges that might come up in the campaign.

In 1992, Hillary's law partner, Vince Foster, was tasked with hiring private detective Jerry Parks to further probe Clinton's affairs, says British reporter Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in ''The Secret Life of Bill Clinton.'' (Parks was killed in 1993.)

What's more, Hillary in 1992 helped enlist a private security agency to snuff a rumor that Clinton had sex with a black prostitute, Milton says.

They weren't the only private dicks hired. The Clinton-Gore campaign had two more on retainer to smash ''bimbo eruptions.'' One was Anthony Pellicano of Los Angeles and the other was Jack Palladino of San Francisco.

More than likely, bringing Lenzner into the White House fold was also Hillary's idea.

She and Lenzner go way back. They worked on the Watergate hearings. They also served on the board of Legal Services Corp. and have a mutual friend in Mickey Kantor, another Legal Services veteran.

Asked if Hillary was a client, Lenzner refused to answer in a May 1998 deposition by Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group suing the Clinton administration on several fronts, including campaign finance irregularities and FBI files on Republicans. He cited attorney-client privilege.

But Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton points out that Lenzner had no problem naming other clients.

What's more, Hillary's friend Brooke Shearer left IGI, where she worked as one of Lenzner's operatives, to join Hillary's staff. Shearer is married to Strobe Talbott, Clinton's old Oxford roommate, an ex-Time magazine writer and now the State Department's top official dealing with Russia.

There's yet another connection. And here's where it gets spooky.

Willey claims that, on the eve of her January 1998 deposition in the Jones sexual harassment case, a strange jogger approached her near her home and asked her about her punctured car tires and her kids and lost cat - by name. ''Get the message?'' he said. She's since picked the man out of a photo with Clinton.

Despite the threat, Willey went on to testify - though without much candor - that Clinton forced himself on her in the Oval Office. Starr later gave her a lie detector test, which she passed. Clinton denied her charges before a grand jury.

Appearing last week on CNBC's ''Hardball,'' Willey would not name the jogger, saying Starr is still investigating the case. But the next night, host Chris Matthews identified him as Brooke Shearer's twin brother.

Cody Shearer worked as a subcontractor for IGI on at least one case, Milton says. In 1992, he was charged with digging up dirt on President Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle. (Shearer is reportedly close to Vice President Al Gore's fund-raiser pal, Peter Knight.)

On CNBC's ''Rivera Live'' last week, Lenzner denied Shearer ever worked for him.

But under oath during his May 1998 Judicial Watch deposition, Lenzner admitted Shearer ''was a subcontractor on one job for us.''

Through his lawyer, Shearer has vehemently denied threatening Willey, and says he can prove it.

But someone did. It's hard to believe she'd fabricate such a detailed story. And someone put clusters of nails in the middle treads of three of her tires; the mechanic said it was no accident. Someone also likely stole her cat, which is a common act of revenge in the South.

Would a president sign off on such an attack against a citizen? Not likely. Now ask yourself: Would this president?

from TPDL 1999-May-14, from NewsMax:

162 posted on 07/10/2002 10:33:51 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: PhiKapMom
Based on what Willey had told him off-camera, Matthews named Cody Shearer, a longtime friend of Bill with ties to the White House's favorite secret policeman, Terry Lenzner.

Willey also charged that former Commerce Secretary Mickey Kantor had pressured a key corroborating witness to her story, Julie Hiatt Steele, to change her account -- which kept independent counsel Ken Starr from including Willey's charge in his impeachment referral.

Derek, Cody and Brooke Shearer are longtime friends of the Clintons who have been linked in published reports to IGI, the White House's regular private detective agency run by Terry Lenzner. Brooke Shearer is married to Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott.

But Chung and Willey aren't the only Clinton scandal witnesses to complain about threats of physical violence. Others have gone on the record with similar stories, much to the chagrin of an American press corps that pretends not to notice:

"I was told that if I didn't cooperate, that they knew I went jogging and they couldn't guarantee the safety of my pretty little legs," revealed Sally Perdue in 1994, when a British reporter questioned her about attempts to hush up a 1983 Clinton affair. Perdue identifed the person delivering the threat as Democratic operative Ron Tucker.

Mr. Moldea said he regrets speculation that Mr. Flynt's quest for dirt on pro-impeachment Republicans was orchestrated by the White House or Investigative Group International (IGI), a firm headed by Terry Lenzner that has close ties to the Clinton administration. He said Mr. Flynt remained publicly ambivalent about the possibility of a White House connection in order "to give me some cover."

Mr. Flynt, while unveiling details about the personal life of Mr. Barr, Georgia Republican, Monday night, initially gave the impression he might have been indirectly in contact with the White House, but later stated there was no contact of any kind.

Mr. Clinton, who has declined to call for Mr. Flynt to cease and desist, does not feel he is being helped by the publisher of Hustler magazine, according to White House Press Secretary Joe Lockhart.

164 posted on 07/10/2002 10:41:04 PM PDT by kcvl
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