David Schippers obituary, Part 2: ” fifteen separate events directly involving President William Jefferson Clinton that could constitute felonies”, Fake News media rectifies
“As a result of our research and review of the Referral and supporting documentation, we respectfully submit that there exists substantial and credible evidence of fifteen separate events directly involving President William Jefferson Clinton that could constitute felonies which, in turn, may constitute grounds to proceed with an impeachment inquiry.”…David Schippers House Judiciary Committee October 5, 1998
“The White House wanted any applicant for citizenship to be naturalized in time to register for the November election, so the pressure on the INS was constant.”…David Schippers
“Let me tell you something. They were all over that woman,” Schippers told NewsMax.com. “And it was the type of stuff we ran into with the outfit (the Chicago mob). Intimidation just by watching her, making their presence known. … Just to let her know ‘We can do what we want.’ ”…David Schippers
If you have read Fake News media reports regarding the House impeachment proceedings against Bill Clinton or the obituary or legacy of David Schippers, you are likely reading a watered down, diminished or as Orwell put it “rectified” version of the facts.
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David Schippers report to the House Judiciary Committee October 5, 1998.
“As a result of our research and review of the Referral and supporting documentation, we respectfully submit that there exists substantial and credible evidence of fifteen separate events directly involving President William Jefferson Clinton that could constitute felonies which, in turn, may constitute grounds to proceed with an impeachment inquiry.”
There is substantial and credible evidence that the President may have been part of a conspiracy with Monica Lewinsky and others to obstruct justice and the due administration of justice by:
(A) Providing false and misleading testimony under oath in a civil deposition and before the grand jury;
(B) Withholding evidence and causing evidence to be withheld and concealed; and
(C) Tampering with prospective witnesses in a civil lawsuit and before a federal grand jury.
The President and Ms. Lewinsky had developed a “cover story” to conceal their activities. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, at pp. 54-55, 234). On December 6, 1997, the President learned that Ms. Lewinsky’s name had appeared on the Jones v. Clinton witness list. (Clinton GJ, p. 84). He informed Ms. Lewinsky of that fact on December 17, 1997, and the two agreed that they would employ the same cover story in the Jonescase. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, pp. 122-123;
M.L. 2/1/98 Proffer). The President at that time suggested that an affidavit might be enough to prevent Ms. Lewinsky from testifying. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, pp. 122-123). On December 19, 1997, Ms. Lewinsky was subpoenaed to give a deposition in the Jones case. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, p. 128).
Thereafter, the record tends to establish that the following events took place:
1) In the second week of December, 1997, Ms. Lewinsky
told Ms. Tripp that she would lie if called to
testify and tried to convince Ms. Tripp to do
the same. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, p. 127).
2) Ms. Lewinsky attempted on several occasions to
get Ms. Tripp to contact the White House before
giving testimony in the Jones case. (Tripp 7/16/98 GJ,
p. 75; M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, p. 71).
3) Ms. Lewinsky participated in preparing a false
and intentionally misleading affidavit to be
filed in the Jones case. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ,
4) Ms. Lewinsky provided a copy of the draft
affidavit to a third party for approval and
discussed changes calculated to mislead.
(M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, pp. 200-202).
5) Ms. Lewinsky and the President talked by phone
on January 6, 1998, and agreed that she would
give false and misleading answers to questions
about her job at the Pentagon. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ,
6) On January 7, 1998, Ms. Lewinsky signed the false
and misleading affidavit. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, p. 203).
Conspirators intended to use the affidavit
to avoid Ms. Lewinsky’s giving a deposition.
(M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, pp. 122-123; M.L. 2/1/98 Proffer).
7) After Ms. Lewinsky’s name surfaced, conspirators
began to employ code names in their contacts. (M.L.
8/6/98 GJ, pp. 215-217).
8) On December 28, 1997, Ms. Lewinsky and the
President met at the White House and discussed
the subpoena she had received. Ms. Lewinsky
suggested that she conceal the gifts received
from the President. (M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, p. 152).
9) Shortly thereafter, the President’s personal
secretary, Betty Currie, picked up a box of
the gifts from Ms. Lewinsky. (Currie 5/6/98 GJ,
pp. 107-108; M.L. 8/6/98 GJ, pp. 154-156).
10) Betty Currie hid the box of gifts under her bed
at home. (Currie 5/6/98 GJ, pp. 107-108;
Currie 1/27/98 GJ, pp. 57-58).
11) The President gave false answers to questions
contained in Interrogatories in the Jones case.
12) On December 31, 1997, Ms. Lewinsky, at the
suggestion of a third party, deleted 50 draft
notes to the President. (M.L. 8/1/98 OIC Interview,
p. 13). She had already been subpoenaed in
the Jones case.
13) On January 17, 1998, the President’s attorney
produced Ms. Lewinsky’s false affidavit at the President’s deposition and the President adopted it as true.
14) On January 17, 1998, in his deposition, the
President gave false and misleading testimony
under oath concerning his relationship with Ms. Lewinsky about the gifts she had given him
and several other matters. (Clinton Dep., pp. 49-84;
M.L. 7/27/98 OIC Interview, pp. 12-15).
15) The President, on January 18, 1998, and thereafter, coached his personal secretary, Betty Currie,
to give a false and misleading account of the
Lewinsky relationship if called to testify.
(Currie 1/27/98 GJ, pp. 71-74, 81).
16) The President narrated elaborate detailed
false accounts of his relationship with Monica
Lewinsky to prospective witnesses with
the intention that those false accounts would
be repeated in testimony. (Currie 1/27/98 GJ,
pp. 71-74, 81; Podesta 6/16/98 GJ, pp. 88-92;
Blumenthal 6/4/98 GJ, pp. 49-51; Blumenthal 6/25/98
GJ, p. 8; Bowles 4/2/98 GJ, pp. 83-84;
Ickes 6/10/98 GJ, p. 73; Ickes 8/5/98 GJ, p. 88).
17) On August 17, 1998, the President gave false
and misleading testimony under oath to a
federal grand jury on the following points:
his relationship with Ms. Lewinsky, his testimony
in the January 17, 1998 deposition, his
conversations with various individuals and
his knowledge of Ms. Lewinsky’s affidavit and its