While everyone is watching Hillary shuck and jive about she did not know about Benghazi, Judicial Watch is resurrecting an older Clinton scandal about which she know nothing and couldn’t find the paperwork to prove.
Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration attempting to pry loose draft indictments of Hillary Clinton over the chicanery during the Whitewater scandal. The Archives confirmed draft indictments exist but will not release them due to privacy issues.
The Archives confirmed it has 38 pages of records in a folder labeled “Draft Indictment” and about 200 more pages in a folder labeled “Hilary Rodham Clinton/Webster L. Hubbell Draft Indictment.”
In a statement the watchdog agency said, “Judicial Watch believes the records include an evolving set of draft indictments, written between 1996 and 1998. The draft indictments reportedly arose out of the Office of Independent Counsel investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s involvement in an allegedly fraudulent transaction, Castle Grande, involving the assets of Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan. Mrs. Clinton was alleged to have drafted an option agreement that concealed from federal bank examiners a fraudulent $300,000 cross-loan to the Castle Grande project. Mrs. Clinton’s grand jury testimony – and her alleged concealment of her role in this fraudulent transaction, including the hiding of her Rose Law Firm billing records concerning her legal work for Madison – reportedly became the subject of an obstruction of justice and perjury investigation.”
Lie and obstruction? Sound familiar?
The original Rose Law Firm billing records disappeared in 1994 while under subpoena. Alleged copies of those records turned up in the White House two years later.
The crux of the scandal was the Clintons’ role in $300,000 fraudulent loan.