Leak, dribble, dribble

Because the powerhouse political law firm of Williams and Connolly succeeded in getting much of the Barrett report redacted before release, what we learn of its content will leak out in dribbles over a period of time. Maybe that's a good thing, reminding us all of what Hillary! would prefer we forget: the pervasive corruption of the prior Clinton administration.

The New York Daily News is leading off, and it's worse for Hillary! than initial reports hinted. She was  more closely tied to  this obstruction than we'd been led to believe...

David Barrett's 11—year, $23 million probe, which will be released Thursday, states in stinging terms that the Clinton coverup succeeded.
Cisneros was forced to admit in 1999 that he had made secret payments to a mistress before serving as Clinton's secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Barrett went on to investigate tax fraud charges stemming from those under—the—table payments.

Then—IRS Commissioner Peggy Richardson, a close friend of Sen. Hillary Clinton, D—N.Y., was involved in efforts to quash the probe, a source close to the case alleged.

But Richardson's role was cut from Barrett's report, which went through 26 drafts, because Democratic law firm Williams & Connolly successfully pressured Barrett to remove a section of the report naming her, a source said

Clarice Feldman  1 18 06

Because the powerhouse political law firm of Williams and Connolly succeeded in getting much of the Barrett report redacted before release, what we learn of its content will leak out in dribbles over a period of time. Maybe that's a good thing, reminding us all of what Hillary! would prefer we forget: the pervasive corruption of the prior Clinton administration.

The New York Daily News is leading off, and it's worse for Hillary! than initial reports hinted. She was  more closely tied to  this obstruction than we'd been led to believe...

David Barrett's 11—year, $23 million probe, which will be released Thursday, states in stinging terms that the Clinton coverup succeeded.
Cisneros was forced to admit in 1999 that he had made secret payments to a mistress before serving as Clinton's secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Barrett went on to investigate tax fraud charges stemming from those under—the—table payments.

Then—IRS Commissioner Peggy Richardson, a close friend of Sen. Hillary Clinton, D—N.Y., was involved in efforts to quash the probe, a source close to the case alleged.

But Richardson's role was cut from Barrett's report, which went through 26 drafts, because Democratic law firm Williams & Connolly successfully pressured Barrett to remove a section of the report naming her, a source said

Clarice Feldman  1 18 06