Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
I still believe Hillary will not get the nod to run in 2016, she literally has far to many “Skeletons in her closet,” and far to many issues to explain where the has repeatedly lied and perjured herself.
Hillary Clinton’s law career was less than stellar. Her first brush with fame came while working against President Nixon during the Watergate hearings, from where she was fired by her boss Jerry Zeifman. The story of what happened can teach you a lot about who Hillary Clinton is.
Jerry Zeifman, a lifelong Democrat, supervised the work of 27-year-old Hillary Rodham on the committee. Hillary got a job working on the investigation at the behest of her former law professor, Burke Marshall, who was also Sen. Ted Kennedy’s chief counsel in the Chappaquiddick affair.
When the investigation was over, Zeifman fired Hillary from the committee staff and refused to give her a letter of recommendation – one of only three people who earned that dubious distinction in Zeifman’s 17-year career.
“Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said in an interview last week. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”
Apparently, her unethical behavior didn’t stop with Watergate. Later on, Hillary would take on a few (very few) cases herself. One in particular deserves some notoriety.
In 1975 Clinton would take part in her first criminal defense case, choosing to defend a man who had been accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. The woman now says that Hillary Clinton ruined her life by lying about her and dragging her name and character through the mud. New evidence seems to support her claim that Clinton went above and beyond the call to zealously defend her client, who she seemed to know was guilty, by lying about the victim.
If the victim could speak to Clinton, she said, “I would say, ‘You took a case of mine in ‘75, you lied on me… I realize the truth now, the heart of what you’ve done to me. And you are supposed to be for women? You call that [being] for women, what you done to me? And I hear you on tape laughing.”
The victim’s claim that Clinton smeared her following her rape is based on a May 1975 court affidavit Clinton wrote on behalf of Thomas Alfred Taylor, who Clinton agreed to defend after being asked by the prosecutor. Taylor had specifically requested a female attorney.
“I have been informed that the complainant is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing,” Clinton, then named Hillary D. Rodham, wrote in the affidavit.
“I have also been informed that she has in the past made false accusations about persons, claiming they had attacked her body. Also that she exhibits an unusual stubbornness and temper when she does not get her way.”
The victim denied Clinton’s claim she had ever accused anyone of attacking her before her rape.
Entire article below.