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24. May 2019

The Election Basar 2016 – “Hillary should take lie detector test” says alleged Clinton sex assult victim

Ex-President Bill Clinton’s sex legacy is still haunting. Even early January this year a Sunday Times journalist Iain Dey, based in New York, was investigating an alleged victim of Bill Clinton, Kathleen Willey, one of the women who has accused President Clinton of sexually assault for many years, as leaked Podesta emails revealed.

Leaked email says that, ‘Pres Clinton grabbed and groped her in a room adjacent to the oval office after she went to ask him for a job.’

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From: “Dey, Iain” <iain.dey@sunday-times.co.uk<mailto:iain.dey@sunday-times.co.uk>> Date: January 8, 2016 at 1:18:10 PM EST To: press@hillaryclinton.com<mailto:press@hillaryclinton.com> Subject: “HILLARY SHOULD TAKE LIE DETECTOR TEST” SAYS ALLEGED CLINTON SEX ASSAULT VICTIM

Hi there,

My name is Iain Dey. I am the New York Correspondent for The Sunday Times, the British newspaper.

I have been talking to Kathleen Willey, one of the women who has accused President Clinton of sexually assault for many years.

She has challenged Secretary Clinton to take a lie detector test – in front of Chelsea and baby Charlotte – while answering questions about her husband’s alleged sexual attacks.

I wanted to give Sec Clinton a chance to respond to that suggestion.

Before you tell me, I know that were attempts to discredit Kathleen at the time. She also admits that she previously lied to the FBI, but she has explained to me her reasons for doing so – which make sense.

Her story is the same – that Pres Clinton grabbed and groped her in a room adjacent to the oval office after she went to ask him for a job.

She also claims to have been subjected to extensive harassment and death threats immediately before she gave a deposition in relation to the Paula Jones case. She believes this to have been instigated by the Clinton camp at the time, but obviously has no proof.

If there is any response to any of this please respond as soon as possible. I am now on deadline.

Sorry to spring this, but I have only spoken to Kathleen this morning.

Many thanks

Iain Dey

IAIN DEY

New York Correspondent

The Sunday Times of London

+1 929 275 1555

Twitter: @IainDey

 

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