Hillary wicked leaks reveal past Clinton evils, Larry Patterson Arkansas state trooper 6 year governor security detail, Newsmax TV interview, N word was often used, Vince Foster coverup, Patterson was threatened
“George, in 1993 there was a total of 4 Arkansas State policemen who worked on the Governor’s Security Detail who came forward to tell their stories about what they had seen, what they had experienced in Arkansas working for Bill Clinton. And the major news media, they gave it a day, 2 days, play and then that was it, George. Then the Clinton spin doctors got a hold of it and it was to discredit the State Police – to destroy us.”…Larry Patterson, Arkansas State Trooper
“The fact of the matter is Hillary is a terrorist. I invite you to look up the definition of terrorism. It is the use of violence, threats, or intimidation to achieve a political aim”…Dolly Kyle Browning
“The devil’s in that woman.”…Miss Emma, Clinton’s cook, governor’s mansion
The Julian Assange Wikileaks leaks are extremely important. Especially in the hyper Orwellian age we live in and uber biased mainstream media.
I also believe that the wicked leaks from Citizen Wells are too.
Most people have not seen this information, resurrected to the internet.
From NewsMax September 14, 1999 via Citizen News.
“More Than Sex
TV Interview of Clinton bodyguard Larry Patterson by George Putnam”
“You know, for 32 years, Trooper Patterson served with the Arkansas State Police. A highly commended officer, Patterson was assigned to the elite Governor’s Security Detail and for 6 years – day in day out – Patterson guarded Governor Bill Clinton. For 6 years Trooper Patterson lived intimately with Bill and Hillary Clinton. For 6 years, he became knowledgeable of their intimate secrets.
The establishment media has been telling you it’s just about sex and censoring and smearing this trooper. Well, today Larry Patterson is right here with us to tell us the Clintons’ story as his audio tape set says is “More Than Sex.” I want to welcome one of our true patriots in America, a dear friend of mine, Mr. Larry Patterson. Welcome Larry.
LP: Thank you, George. It’s a pleasure.
GP: You know, Larry, the question on everybody’s mind is: Is Hillary Clinton running for the Senate back there in New York?
LP: George, I can’t believe that this lady is going to make a run for the Senate. I can’t believe that she can stand the intense scrutiny that the media is going to give her.
GP: You knew this lady. Will you tell us what you can about her?
LP: George, I’ve never been around anyone as possessed and as driven as Hillary Clinton was. In 6 years, you rarely saw this lady ever let her hair down, ever enjoy herself. She wanted the presidency as much or more than Bill Clinton wanted it.
GP: Obviously you know; you know well about Clinton’s womanizing and you saw it firsthand. You know all the sordid details. Without being too graphic, Larry, would you explain some of the things you witnessed?
LP: Well, from blocking streets, George, late at night; sitting in ladies’ driveways till 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning… arranging these liaisons for the Governor…
GP: You know, Bill Clinton told the American people point blank on “60 Minutes” that he didn’t have an affair with Gennifer Flowers.
LP: I spent many hours in front of Gennifer Flowers’ apartment complex. I took literally 100 calls from Gennifer Flowers; she would call the mansion and said, “Let me talk to Bill.” It wasn’t “the Governor” or “Governor Clinton.” It was “Let me talk to Bill.”
GP: But you allege that he engaged in a massive abuse of power. It was, as you say, “More Than Sex.”
LP: George, the State Police Detail assigned to Bill Clinton was used to pimp. He would send us out in the crowd to get women’s names and telephone numbers and then in a week or two weeks or a month, they would end up in a state job or they would end up working in one of his campaigns. We blocked streets at night, we set in front of residences till the wee hours in the morning waiting on this man to come out…
GP: You tell of an incident outside Chelsea’s school – it was on parent/teacher’s night – when Bill Clinton went to meet her teachers.
LP: He had me block the street in front of Chelsea’s elementary school while he met a lady there, George, and had a liaison with this lady late at night.
GP: Right there?
LP: Blocked the street – the driveway going into the school, George.
GP: “More Than Sex” paints an intimate portrait of the Clintons at home. Now you say, Larry, that there were a lot of verbal arguments between Hillary and Bill and you claim that they would often make slurs against each other – anti-Semitic slurs, right?
LP: George, if these people were together for more than 3 or 4 hours, they were at each other, they were fighting; and many many times the anti-Semitic slurs were used. The “N” word was often used.
GP: And at one point, Bill Clinton made some shocking comments about a fellow state trooper – one who had died in the line of duty.
LP: George, he was in Southwest Arkansas at this trooper’s funeral and he made the statement in front of two other state policemen, “Well, I don’t know what the big deal is – he was just a ‘G-D-‘ pig…”
GP: Gasped- What!
GP: Larry, I want to stop you for a moment. We haven’t heard any of this in the press. Is this new? Is this all new material? Why haven’t we heard about it before?
LP: George, in 1993 there was a total of 4 Arkansas State policemen who worked on the Governor’s Security Detail who came forward to tell their stories about what they had seen, what they had experienced in Arkansas working for Bill Clinton. And the major news media, they gave it a day, 2 days, play and then that was it, George. Then the Clinton spin doctors got a hold of it and it was to discredit the State Police – to destroy us.
GP: You know, I’m amazed by your information, Larry. But there’s something more serious than anything else that we’ve talked about. It’s about Vincent Foster, the Former Deputy White House Counsel. In 1993 he died very suspiciously of a gunshot wound to the head. The government said he committed suicide; but two national …polls show that more than two-thirds of Americans don’t believe that and many believe he was in fact murdered. Now, you knew Vince Foster, didn’t you?
GP: Tell us about him.
LP: He was a partner in the Rose Law Firm and was a frequent visitor at the mansion. He was around many public events that the Governor and Hillary attended and was always very friendly and asked if he could be of any help if we ever needed anything. He was a very personable man, a good-looking guy, George.
GP: Now, let me ask you right now, point blank. You’re a cop – a damn good cop. You’re a sworn police officer. You’ve seen homicides. Do you believe Vince Foster actually killed himself?
LP: No I don’t and I don’t believe that he’d kill himself – if he did kill himself – in Fort Marcy Park.
GP: One of the reasons you say that Foster didn’t kill himself – you claim that you knew about Foster’s death before the park police had even found his body – at least 2 hours before the government said that they knew that Vince Foster was the dead man lying out there in the park.
LP: George, the shift I was working was 7:30 to 4:30. I had just left my employment at the State Police, had driven to my apartment, walked in the door, the phone was ringing, it was Roger Perry – another other trooper working at the Governor’s mansion. Roger had received a telephone call from Helen Dickey calling the Arkansas Governor’s mansion. Roger said Helen Dickey’s words were these verbatim: “Roger, Vince Foster has been found in the parking lot of the White House, dead in his car, of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
GP: The time situation…
LP: George, it was around 5:00 Central Standard Time.
GP: What you’re saying, Larry, is that people knew of Foster’s death before the officials claim that they found the body. What you’re saying, Larry, one need not be a Columbo, some kind of a detective, (to see) that there was a cover-up of this man’s death and that this cover-up is really bigger than the third-rate burglary at the Watergate. Larry, there have been several investigations into the Foster death but all have concluded suicide. Did special counsel Robert Fiske who first claimed to have a look into this – did he speak to you?
LP: No he did not.
GP: What? Never?
GP: Did Ken Starr ever bring you before the Grand Jury on this overall matter?
LP: Never, George.
GP: As you know, Larry, in 1996 the Senate Whitewater Committee was so concerned about your allegations that they actually had hearings. They brought Helen Dickey before the Committee. Let’s take a look at a video clip of that hearing:
Senate Whitewater Investigation – Feb. 15, 1996
Richard Ben-Veniste, Democratic Counsel: Do you recall, Miss Dickey, submitting an affidavit in September of ’95 to us?
Helen Dickey, Clinton Babysitter: Yes I do.
Richard Ben-Veniste, Democratic Counsel: And that affidavit was consistent with your testimony here today…
Helen Dickey, Clinton Babysitter: Yes.
Richard Ben-Veniste, Democratic Counsel: …in terms of the time that you made this call. The whole thing arose because a couple of former Arkansas State Troopers submitted affidavits that suggested that the call was much earlier – at 6:30 – and that was the purported basis upon which we have this headline story: “Foster Shot in White House Parking Lot” and so forth… or “Foster Committed Suicide in White House Parking Lot.” And as a result of those affidavits we then asked for the time records or the work records of the troopers in question and then the attorney for the troopers said, well, maybe the troopers didn’t want to testify after all.
GP: Helen Dickey says, “No, you’re wrong.” She made the call late that night. And the Senate Counsel – you heard him – he says that they checked your work records and that you and Trooper Perry refused to testify before the Committee. What’s this?
LP: I was never asked to testify. If I had been asked to testify, George, I would have been there.
GP: Never called to testify…
LP: That is true.
GP: Well, let’s make this crystal clear. The Senate held hearings about your allegations but they didn’t even bother to call you – the Senate Committee bold-faced lied about it. They lied to us – the American people.
LP: That is true.
GP: You’re an American hero. I know that you have been offered jobs and promotions to obtain your silence. You were threatened; you still are. But you spoke out and you’ve made some shocking disclosures and I’ve listened to your story on “More Than Sex” – on that taped set. You know, Larry, this proves to me that the American people are not being told the full story, the whole truth. You make many more new and shocking revelations on your audio set – “More Than Sex” – some of the things that, well, we can’t talk about on national television. Let me encourage people to get your taped set.”
Declaration of Gennifer G. Flowers March 12, 1998.
“My name is Gennifer G. Flowers. I am over twenty-one years of age and I am fully competent to make this declaration.
1. I met Bill Clinton in 1977 while I was working as a news reporter for KARK-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas. Shortly after we met, we began a sexual relationship that lasted for twelve years.
2. In the late 1970’s I moved away from Little Rock, living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Branson, Missouri and Dallas, Texas. Bill Clinton and I maintained our relationship during this time. I returned to Little Rock in the mid-1980’s. We discussed my return to Little Rock and he indicated that he wanted to see me and continue our personal relationship. He encouraged me to come back and advised me to move into Quapaw Tower, a high-rise apartment building located in Little Rock. He told me that he had aides in the building and that it wouldn’t be so noticeable for him to come to that building to visit me. Chris Burrows, an employee of the State of Arkansas lived in the building.
3. Once I moved to the Quapaw Tower in Little Rock we continued our personal relationship on a more regular basis. Arkansas security officers assigned to the Governor’s Office drove Bill to the building and waited for him while he visited me. Bill’s visits were observed by and talked about by a watchman employed by Quapaw Tower, which upset Bill as he intensely verbalized in my tape-recorded conversation with him of December 1990. John Kauffman, manager of Quapaw Tower witnessed Bill’s visits to my apartment and complained about his car and driver parking in the building’s unloading zone for hours at a time.
4. Bill Clinton also instructed me to call either Larry Patterson or Roger Perry in order to communicate. He told me that he felt that he could trust them, and they were people that would help us communicate when necessary.
5. In early 1990 I told Bill Clinton that I wanted a job with the state. Bill Clinton told me to contact his assistant Judy Gaddy who would assist me with the application for employment. I met with Judy Gaddy in her office and she provided me with the details of what needed to be on the application. Judy Gaddy also told me to contact Clara Clark who set up a job interview for me. I was eventually employed by the state as an administrative assistant for the Arkansas Appeal Tribunal.
6. Shortly after I was employed by the state, another woman who had applied for my job filed a grievance or some sort of complaint in which she alleged that she was more qualified and implied that the only reason I got the job was because I had had an affair with Bill Clinton. I was called to testify before a panel in connection with this proceeding. When I learned that I would have to testify, I did not know what to do, so I called Bill Clinton. I told him that I had been called to testify and asked what I should say. He told me to deny that we had ever had an affair. During the proceeding, when questions came up about my relationship to Bill, Don Barnes, his appointee and head of the commission, stopped the questioning.
7. On several occasions, I discussed with Bill Clinton the subject of inquiries by the media about our relationship. He told me to continue to deny our relationship, that if we would stick together, everything would be okay. In one conversation which occurred while Bill Clinton was running for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1991, we were discussing media coverage of Larry Nichols’ lawsuit and the women who were alleged in the complaint in that lawsuit to have had affairs with Bill Clinton. In that context he said: “…if all the people who are named [in the Nichols lawsuit] deny it. That’s all, I mean, I expect them to look into it and interview you and everything, uh, but I just think that if everybody is on the record denying it, you got no problem.”
8. The conversations in this Declaration also refer to the tape-recorded conversations I had with Bill Clinton in 1990 and 1991. Those recordings were not altered or “doctored” in any manner.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.
Executed on March 12, 1998
Gennifer G. Flowers”
From the Washington Post December 21, 1993.
“Clinton Tried To Derail Troopers’ Sex Allegations”
“President Clinton and other administration officials engaged in an extensive effort in recent months to prevent publication of allegations that Clinton as governor of Arkansas used his security detail to facilitate extramarital affairs, the White House acknowledged yesterday.
White House aides said Clinton had personally spoken with several Arkansas state troopers. But they denied that Clinton sought improperly to pressure the troopers not to talk to reporters and said that Clinton was merely seeking information about what false stories were being spread about him.
In a statement released last night, presidential adviser Bruce Lindsey said that Clinton spoke with the troopers after a longtime member of his security detail in Arkansas contacted him several months ago “with information that the prospects of large sums of money were being dangled before several members of his former security details for stories – regardless of whether they were true or not – to discredit the president and his family.”
Two members of Clinton’s former security detail, Roger Perry and Larry Patterson, have alleged in television interviews and in a lengthy article in the American Spectator magazine that they and other troopers helped Clinton meet women, booked hotel rooms for liaisons and brought a woman into the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion after Clinton was elected president. The men have acknowledged that they are interested in writing a book about their time with the Clintons, and are represented by one of Clinton’s Arkansas political enemies, lawyer Cliff Jackson.
The allegations forced the White House to address again an issue that has periodically plagued Clinton since last year’s campaign, when a former nightclub singer, Gennifer Flowers, alleged that she had conducted a 12-year affair with the Arkansas governor and was provided a state job to remain silent about it.”
“In the magazine article, written by conservative journalist David Brock, the two troopers are quoted as providing highly detailed accounts of Clinton’s alleged affairs with numerous women. They also make allegations about a strained relationship between Clinton and his wife, including accounts of extensive vulgarity.”
“Davis and Jackson said they were initially contacted by four troopers, including Ferguson, about arranging a book deal and publicizing allegations about Clinton.
But Ferguson and the fourth trooper, Ronnie Anderson, decided not to speak out after the White House pressured them, Jackson said. Perry, who is president of the Arkansas State Troopers Association, andPatterson have “been intimidated and threatened” over their decision to go public, Jackson said.”
Disclaimer: The use of the words wicked leaks is not tied to or a reference to the book “Wicked Leaks” by Matt Bendoris.