Hillary Clinton is an old-hand when it comes to stealing documents



On a couple of occasions during this election season, I’ve written in detail about Hillary Clinton and the Whitewater/Castle Grande scandal. Although the events in question took place 25 years (or so) ago, they are relevant today because at the heart of that scandal, insofar as Hillary is concerned, was the theft and/or wrongful destruction of documents. Such conduct is also a central issue in Hillary’s current email scandal, although this matter also raises concerns that she compromised national security.

Now, the invaluable Judicial Watch has obtained and published an April 1998 memo by the Office of Independent Counsel, called “HRC Order of Proof.” It includes the names of 121 witnesses and a discussion of the evidence to be used at trial against the Whitewater/Castle Grande conspirators. The memo thus constitutes a road map to the Independent Counsel’s criminal case.

Ken Starr, the Independent Counsel, decided not to proceed against Hillary Clinton. He did so, it is said, because he believed his team could not win the complicated, largely circumstantial case against such a high-profile figure. It’s quite possible that, in addition, political calculation came into play.

In any event, the evidence against Clinton was substantial, as the newly released “HRC Order of Proof” confirms. Here are some of the items the memo shows the Independent Counsel had the testimony needed to establish:

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Muslim Who Is Suing Gun Range Demanded CAIR Float for Veteran’s Day Parade


The American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) has taken on the case of the Oklahoma gun range that was targeted by the UAE-designated terror group, the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).

On February 17, 2016, Raja’ee Fatihah, a board member of CAIR’s Oklahoma chapter, sued Chad (a disabled Iraqi war veteran) and Nicole Neal, the owners of the Save Yourself Survival and Tactical Gun Range in Oktaha, Oklahoma. Fatihah is the same person who caused a national controversy back in November 2015 when he demanded a CAIR float in Tulsa’s Veteran’s Day Parade.

The AFLC reported in a press release Friday that,

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