Hillary Clinton’s Top 7 Famous Lies — Does the Truth Matter?


In 1975, a 27 year old lawyer (Hillary) defended a 41 year old factory worker who was accused of raping a 12 year old girl. Clinton won the case. In 2014, a recorded interview with Secretary of State Clinton was discovered from the mid-80’s. She is heard discussing and laughing about how her efforts got a guy who was obviously guilty (of raping a 12 year old girl) off the hook. Here is the transcript of her laughing in that interview.

  • Of course he [the defendant] claimed he didn’t [rape]. All this stuff. He took a lie detector test. I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs.” (Both Clinton and the reporter laugh)
  • “So I got an order to see the evidence and the prosecutor didn’t want me to see the evidence. I had to go to Maupin Cummings [the judge] and convince Maupin that yes indeed I had a right to see the evidence before it was presented. (Clinton laughs lightly between “evidence” and “before”)
  • “I handed it [a biography of her expert witness] to Mahlon Gibson, and I said, ‘Well this guy’s ready to come up from New York to prevent this miscarriage of justice.’” (Clinton laughs, as does the reporter)
  • “So [judge] Maupin had to, you know, under law he was supposed to determine whether the plea was factually supported. Maupin asked me to leave the room while he examined my client so that he could find out if it was factually supported. I said ‘Judge I can’t leave the room I’m his lawyer!’ he said ‘I know but I don’t want to talk about this in front of you.’” (Reporter says, “Oh God, really?” And they both laugh.)

The victim of the rape (and of Hillary’s facilitation of a “miscarriage of justice”) recently called out Clinton for lying about her during the case in order to help a man, who even Hillary believed was guilty, get away with the crime.


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