CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1994 |
For Paula Jones, a beachside apartment in Long Beach has become a self-imposed fortress, a place whose locked gates keep prying eyes away from the woman who has sued the President of the United States. The voice with a syrupy Southern drawl came over the intercom of the apartment complex. "I have nothing to say," said the voice from the box. "I can't say anything. You'll have to talk to my lawyer."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1998 |
Perhaps I really am the last unreconstructed lefty in Southern California, if the pitiful lack of attention devoted to a left perspective on the Clinton impeachment is any guide. My position is that his treachery of even his own watery liberalism is so blatant that if sexual betrayal provokes his downfall, so be it. The president is devious and dishonest on so many counts that the argument advanced by others on the left that the "blue noses" must not win does not work.
March 11, 1998 |
Prosecutors on Tuesday sought again to test the truthfulness of recent sworn testimony from President Clinton, questioning before a federal grand jury another woman whose path has crossed his. The witness, former White House volunteer Kathleen E. Willey, made no public comments regarding her testimony. In an apparent signal that she is not hostile to the investigation, Willey arrived at and departed the courthouse in the company of the staff of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr.
May 27, 1998 |
Prosecutors have summoned Monica S. Lewinsky to provide them with fingerprints, samples of hair and a recording of her voice--and the former White House intern will comply, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. According to people familiar with the investigation, Lewinsky is scheduled to provide the new evidence this morning to representatives of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr at the federal building in West Los Angeles.
March 3, 1998 |
A federal judge is preparing to rule on an extraordinary effort by independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr to obtain notes, case files and even diary entries of Monica S. Lewinsky's former lawyer. Despite the legal privilege that normally protects the confidentiality of communications between attorneys and their clients, Starr also is seeking potentially to question the lawyer, Francis D. Carter, before a federal grand jury. It was Carter who helped prepare the affidavit Lewinsky signed on Jan.
May 15, 1998 |
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr urged a federal judge Thursday to force Secret Service officials to answer questions that he said are "highly relevant" to determining whether President Clinton or others in the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation have testified falsely, intimidated witnesses or obstructed justice.