("Quid coniuratio est?")
BILL CLINTON: PARTY ANIMAL
by Brian Francis Redman, Editor-in-chief, Conspiracy Nation Copyright (c) 1994 -- All rights reserved
The Sunday Telegraph, a London-based newspaper, carries the following headline on page one of their July 17, 1994 edition: "Clinton 'took cocaine while in office'".
The allegations were made to Ambrose Evans-Pritchard by several witnesses in a series of interviews conducted by him.
Mention is made of "wild behaviour at nightclubs and private parties," of drug use and abuse that occurred for more than a decade, from 1972 to 1986.
The article questions how Clinton could have afforded an apparently massive drug habit considering he was then earning a somewhat modest $35,000 per year as Governor of Arkansas.
Remember how Clinton told us that he had puffed but never inhaled marijuana? Well, as Gomer Pyle used to say, "Surprise, surprise, surprise," Billie Jeff seems to have been, in fact, a real "party animal."
Jane Parks, wife of the slain Jerry Parks, a former police officer who was in charge of security for the Clinton-Gore Presidential campaign, has recently decided to come forward and tell what she knows. "She is in the advanced stages of multiple sclerosis and she feels she no longer has anything to lose."
In 1984, Jane Parks managed an apartment complex in Little Rock. During that summer, Roger Clinton, brother of Bill, resided there. Because Roger Clinton's apartment was adjacent to Mrs. Parks' office, and because there was only a "thin partition" between her and that jolly buccaneer, Roger Clinton, she "got an earful."
Jane Parks avers that Billie Jeff Clinton was a frequent visitor at parties there, at Roger Clinton's apartment, during the summer of 1984. She claims there was drug use at these get-togethers and that she could hear our own Mr. President commenting on the quality of the marijuana they were smoking and discussing the relative strength of the cocaine they were snorting.
Mrs. Parks also expressed concern about the quite young girls lured into Roger's swinging "pad." Was the man who now holds the office once held by such great Americans as Jefferson and Lincoln licking his chops in anticipation of nubile delights as he snorted "lines" of cocaine off the coffee table there? Well, Mrs. Parks testimony is backed up by other witnesses. As one witness confirmed things: "Bill had his girlfriends in there. You could hear them through the walls. Some of them looked like very young girls to me."
Another witness told the Sunday Telegraph that on one occasion Clinton hauled out a bag of cocaine and did up a "line" on her living room table. Says Sally Perdue, "He had all the equipment laid out, like a real pro."
If you are saying, "Well, so what," bear in mind that there are thousands of persons doing very hard time at the moment for the same sort of thing. Bear in mind that the government has been spending a lot of your money fighting a so-called "War on Drugs" that seems to be, in reality, more of a "War on the Bill of Rights."
I am not going to go into the testimony of numerous witnesses presented in the rather lengthy article. I wish I could just tell you to read about it in your regular newspaper, but funny thing: the American press is not covering these stories very well.
What I can tell you is that the article further states that the mysteriously murdered Jerry Parks had the smarts to make extra copies of the file that was stolen from his home. One set has reportedly been passed on to a federal law enforcement agency. Can we look forward to finally learning the contents of this file during the upcoming congressional investigations into Whitewater? Or is Billy Boy even now sliming the way so that would-be truth- seekers will be thwarted? Will the fiske, excuse me, the fix, be in on these upcoming hearings as well?
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