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Silence can only be equated with fraud
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Silence can only be equated with fraud

U.S. v. Prudden, 424 F.2d. 1021; U.S. v. Tweel, 550 F. 2d. 297, 299, 300 (1977) Silence can only be equated with fraud when there is a legal and moral duty ...

U.S. v. Prudden, 424 F.2d. 1021; U.S. v. Tweel, 550 F. 2d. 297, 299, 300 (1977)
Silence can only be equated with fraud when there is a legal
and moral duty to speak or when an inquiry left unanswered
would be intentionally misleading. We cannot condone this
shocking conduct... If that is the case we hope our message
is clear. This sort of deception will not be tolerated and
if this is routine it should be corrected immediately.

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US forces Prudden, 424 F 2d. 1021, U.S. vs Tweel, 550 F.2d 297, 299-300 case will supporting this contention. Approximately one hour long, Watch ...

Feds Probe Clinton's Ties To Riady

Monday July 24 8:43 PM ET

By SONYA ROSS, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal investigators looking into alleged
fund-raising abuses by Democrats questioned President Clinton extensively about his ties to Indonesian businessman James Riady, dating back to his 1992 White House campaign.

In testimony released Monday, Clinton said he did not remember a 1992 limousine ride in which Riady purportedly pledged to funnel $1 million in donations to his campaign.

``I don't have a specific recollection of what the conversation was, or this fact of the car ride,'' the president said. He said he only remembered seeing Riady ``sometime in '92 after I became the nominee,'' and that Riady pledged to help his campaign.

When pressed as to whether he could specifically recall Riady's $1 million promise, Clinton replied: ``I don't. I don't. And I don't know whether he ever gave that much money. ... If he said a million, I'm surprised I don't remember it.''

A 155-page transcript of Clinton's four-hour testimony, taken April 21, was released late Monday by the White House without comment.

A Justice Department task force is looking into whether Riady, as a foreign national, worked illegally to funnel campaign contributions to Clinton's presidential campaign.

According to an FBI summary released last year, Democratic fund-raiser John Huang, a Riady employee, said Riady ``rode in a limousine with ... Clinton,'' telling the then-Arkansas governor ``that he would like to raise $1 million.''

``Riady ... told Huang that President Clinton's reaction was one of surprise when J. Riady said he would like to raise $1 million,'' the summary added.

Huang said that in the following weeks, Riady employees donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Democratic Party. He said he assumed the donors had been reimbursed by Riady, as he had been.

In the testimony, Clinton flatly denied taking Riady into the White House Situation Room in 1993, on the day that federal agents raided the Branch Davidians compound near Waco, Texas. According to investigators, Riady used such anecdotes to give government ministers in Indonesia the impression that his family ``had a direct pipeline to the Oval Office.''

``I don't think I've ever taken anybody to the Situation Room,'' The president said. ``I think that's highly unlikely.''

But Clinton also said he did not remember anything that happened that day.
``I did my best to go through the day to do my job, do what I was supposed to do,'' he said.

Clinton and Vice President Al Gore (news - web sites) were questioned by investigators as part of the government's ongoing investigation into alleged fund-raising abuses by Democrats.

In his testimony, released last month, Gore wrestled with the definition of ``fund-raiser,'' insisted there was no price tag placed on White House coffees and denied knowing that the event he attended at a Buddhist temple in California was actually a fund-raiser. The questioning focused on the 1996 campaign.

Clinton, however, was interrogated about his 1992 and 1996 campaigns, his first encounters with Riady and Riady's father, Mochtar, and his process of deciding whom to tap for administration jobs and commission posts.

When investigators asked about the size of Riady's pledged donation - and the fact that Clinton seems to have forgotten such a large contribution - the president said such activities are commonplace.

``Sometimes people give that much money. I know in an election or two ago that one of the Republicans got that much money from one source,'' Clinton said.
``So, it happens from time to time and it's not unlawful. But I, I just don't

Clinton's testimony contained scant references to Gore, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee this year, and dealt mainly with whether he agreed that the coffees were his idea, not Gore's. ``If he said that, Iwouldn't disagree with that,'' the president said.

He defended the coffees as innocent activity, saying he saw nothing wrong with them because he also was holding issues-oriented coffees at that time.
``And I still do some of them, but mostly in the late afternoon, unrelated to
the (Democratic National Committee),'' Clinton said. ``I liked them and they were easy on me.''

The task force also questioned the president about a vacation he and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton took at Camp David, Md., during the July 4th holiday in 1993, approximately a week after aide Webster Hubbell purportedly accepted $100,000 from a Riady entity. Clinton denied that Hubbell mentioned anything about working for Riady.

``The only thing I remember about that vacation was that I took a long walk with him (Hubbell) and I asked him if he was in trouble,'' Clinton said. ``And he said no, he was having a billing dispute with a law firm and he would resolve it. That's the searing memory I have about that.''

Clinton hotly denied telling Riady of concerns about payments to Hubbell because Hubbell might end up as a witness in an investigation. Such a conversation ``would have made Mr. (independent counsel Kenneth) Starr happy,'' he said.

``Webb Hubbell was persistently persecuted by the independent counsel because he would not lie about me or Hillary,'' Clinton said. ``I never worried about what Webb Hubbell would say. If he wanted to say something bad about me, he'd have to make it up.''


Justice Department investigation should target UT campus

Justice Department investigation should target UT campus
According to The New York Times, former UT System Regents Chairman Bernard Rappoport hired Webster Hubbell for a joint venture with the Riady family in Indonesia during the brief time before Hubbell's federal imprisonment. This shocker should end naive beliefs that the cozy and profitable relationships between the individuals who ran this system and
Indonesian interests was above-board.

Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr is investigating these and other enormous payments, totaling $400,000, to determine if they were "hush money" related in any way to Hubbell's decision to not cooperate with federal investigators. Appearances of impropriety include frequent visits to Hubbell in prison by the Clintons' close personal friends, to remind him the Clintons still "cared."

The Lippo Group, an Indonesian conglomerate run by the Riadys, helped introduce since-disgraced fund-raiser John Huang to the Clinton administration, which later endorsed Rappoport's $2 billion Chinese real-estate project. Rappoport's public service to Texas served his private interests well. Clinton has claimed ignorance of these "indefensible" payments from his good friends and his best friend.

We can no longer deny the coinciding of Rappoport's sudden
interest in hiring Hubbell as his lawyer, and the large consulting compensation paid to UT System Chancellor William Cunningham by Jim Bob Moffett and Freeport-McMoRan -- a large and
controversial corporate presence in Indonesia.

We now expect the Justice Department's investigation to shift south, to the Democratic Leadership Council. This group was co-founded by Sen. John Breaux of Louisiana, who helped Moffett intimidate our faculty last year. This cozy relationship suggests our system administration lacks integrity.

This sad possibility is supported by other events. Last year, we lost a "whistle-blower" lawsuit in which a plaintiff alleged the University deliberately undercollected royalties from oil and gas producers with ties to administrators.

Now there are allegations of administrators being forced to
contribute to the DNC.

Students, faculty and staff are completely unaware of the alleged sleazy machinations. Perhaps our traditional reliance on the Democratic Party's support of higher education has left us vulnerable to its recent indiscretions.

Perhaps UT President Robert Berdahl had some of these consideration in mind when he accepted the chancellorship at Cal-Berkeley. Berdahl is a man of principle, he may have felt totally out of place within the highest levels of the UT System.

Vernon is a graduate student in economics.

Non-professional 90-minute audio tape tells story of Republic of Texas, added to this tape are cuts of information of Bill Clinton's connection to the Illuminati. This information has never been released because of the most certain death that will occur to those who are in the know. This is a judge for yourself, real interviews with various inside contacts that have told various parts of who pulled the trigger on the Branch Davidian's and the connections. Shocking, to say the least. In Bill Clinton's own words he thanks his friend of 25 years,
Bernard Rappoport of Waco, Texas. The reported illuminati controller of Texas, if not the entire United States as revealed on tape.

See Video: http://www.apfn.org/Movies/ClintonUT.WMV (Windows Media Video)

As best as I can find it was Bernard Rappoport who sells all
the life insurance to Teamsters Union members and is of
course connected to the Chicago Mafia, Dan
Rostenkowski, Hillary Clinton, Hubbell, Dan Lasater,
Mochtar Riady, John Huang, the Chinese Communist and
the whole Opium-China-CIA connection going back I guess
to the Boxer rebellion.


You guys are only just scratching the surface with Rappoport. Get to his buddy Doc Peelwani, the guy who did the Autopsies at Waco, as is the same guy who certified Jim McDougal's death in a Texas prison.
Posted on 09/01/1999 05:52:34 PDT by Gypsy II



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