Clinton: Crimes and Punishment

The impeachment trial of William Jefferson Clinton barely was over when loyalists suggested that those who crossed swords with this president would be singled out for punishment. Those familiar with the current occupants of the White House know that these people do not believe in turning the other cheek. While Bill was telling the nation he truly was sorry for his misdeeds and the pain he had caused his family and his country, his minions made it clear that they were out to destroy the House managers who were charged with presenting the case against him in the Upper Chamber.Apparently they feel Clinton’s enemies have to be destroyed in order to deter others. He has made too many compromises, cut too many corners, covered up too many actions, and bent the law too many times.

Ask filmmaker Pat Matrisciana, who, until just recently, has been one of Clinton’s most successful enemies. Matrisciana’s videos, the Clinton Chronicles, Obstruction of Justice, Mena Cover-up, 60 Minutes Deception, The Death of Vince Foster and Bill Clinton’s Rise to Power, have made him a household word, although they have been only a sideline. Matrisciana has been in the production business for 20 years and his company, Jeremiah films, has produced religious and educational videos and documentaries that have aired on all the major networks here and abroad. He has over 100 videos, books and CDs in his current catalogue from evangelical tools like God’s Story to No Second Chance, a video on AIDS which has been adapted for use by the U.S. military.

However, these last two years Jeremiah Films has managed just to stay afloat because of a $16 million “defamation” lawsuit filed by two Pulaski County sheriff’s officers. Jay Campbell and Kirk Lane were briefly identified in Obstruction of Justice as suspects implicated in the 1987 murders of two Arkansas teenagers, Kevin Ives and Don Henry. In order to win their lawsuit the plaintiffs must prove that Matrisciana falsely singled them out with reckless disregard for the facts. However, Obstruction of Justice was assembled painstakingly based on years of documentation compiled by Linda Ives, the mother of one of the victims, and Jean Duffey, who headed a drug task force in Arkansas’ Seventh Judicial District, whose investigation led straight to the murdered boys.

The reference to the two officers in Matrisciana’s video was taken from police files and news reports. When Western Journalism Center’s Joseph Farah, who often is called as an expert witness in defamation cases, heard about this lawsuit, he volunteered his services saying,

If Matrisciana is found guilty you can throw the First Amendment out the window.

Nevertheless, the lawsuit has been so expensive that just six weeks before the trial is set to begin Matrisciana has exhausted his resources, which may have been the point. The big question is how are these two lowly police officers paying their lawyers who cannot be working on a contingency.

The reference to the two officers in Matrisciana’s video was taken from police files and news reports. When Western Journalism Center’s Joseph Farah, who often is called as an expert witness in defamation cases, heard about this lawsuit, he volunteered his services saying, “If Matrisciana is found guilty you can throw the First Amendment out the window.”

Nevertheless, the lawsuit has been so expensive that just six weeks before the trial is set to begin Matrisciana has exhausted his resources, which may have been the point. The big question is how are these two lowly police officers paying their lawyers who cannot be working on a contingency.

What do the murders of these two teenage boys have to do with Bill Clinton? The evidence points to the fact that the boys were killed after they accidentally stumbled on a drug drop from Mena, Ark. Bill Clinton’s medical examiner, Fahmy Malak, quickly ruled their deaths “accidental,” saying the teenagers had fallen asleep on the railroad tracks after smoking marijuana when they were run over by a train. After a public outcry, their bodies were exhumed and a team of seven forensic experts from out of state determined that one of the boys had been struck on the head, the other stabbed in the back before their bodies were laid out on the tracks. The investigation of these murders was covered up in Arkansas when Bill Clinton was governor. The Federal Bureau of Investigation was called in, but after Bill Clinton became president, the FBI investigation was shut down and the Ives were told that there was no evidence that a crime was committed.

With facts such as these exposed, you can see why Bill Clinton’s enemies are considered too dangerous to leave unpunished.

(Contributions to the Pat Matrisciana Legal defense fund may be sent to P.O. Box 1710 Hemet, CA 92546.)

2 thoughts on “Clinton: Crimes and Punishment

  1. Clinton: Crimes and Punishment at Jane Chastain : Politically Direct is actually a pretty good website. I really like the design. You sure make me come back again. I have one question though. Is your theme a premium one and where can I find it? Thanks!

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