|From||Lee Lofaso||2:203/2.0||Date Write||2018-02-02 05:12:15|
|To||Philip Lozier||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-02-02 07:20:20|
|Subj||No Peace Possible|
LL>>> Ken Starr had Monica Lewinski's blue dress (the one with
LL>>> the stain) stored as evidence for all to examine.
WD>> I wonder if now they keep it in the National Archives ...
PL> I think most appropriate place for it to be would be in a glass case at
PL> entrance of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum!!! LOL!
Ken Starr was the special prosecutor for the case, and was responsible
for gathering evidence. Since Bill Clinton was acquitted, the evidence
should have been returned to its rightful owner.
Since Ms. Lewinski was an intern at the White House, who owned the
dress? Certainly she had a clothing allowance, meaning the dress was
paid for by the government. Meaning she would have had to return the
dress when finished her internship. No different than a band member
in college having to return his/her uniform when the semester ends.
Ken Starr had a right to seize the dress, as he considered it evidence.
But he was not the owner, and I seriously doubt he had any intention of
wearing it even if he wanted to. None of the members of Congress had
any interest in examining the dress, even though it was available to
Was the dress returned to Ms. Lewinski? Was the dress given to
President Bill Clinton after he was acquitted by the Senate? Did
Hillary Clinton somehow get her hands on the dress once all was
said and done? If so, the world may never know what happened to
Monica Lewinski's pretty blue dress ...
Big Or Small We Lay Them All
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