Perjury and suborning perjury

Wagner, David
May 1997
Insight on the News;05/19/97, Vol. 13 Issue 18, p12
Focuses on the Whitewater scandal and the involvement of US President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton. Light sentence given to James McDougal for his Whitewater-related fraud; Extension of grand-jury mandate given to independent counsel Kenneth Star; Federally backed small business loans obtained by McDougal and wife Susan; Acquisition of the loans through lending agency Capital Management Services.


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