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 For Immediate Release
Aug 4, 1999 Contact: Press Office

Hillary Clinton as witness for Dolly Kyle Browning

First Lady's Private Investigator Confirms Dolly's Account of Relationship With Bill Clinton, and Refutes Sworn Testimony of President Himself

Judicial Watch to Move Court to Depose Private Investigator

(Washington, August 4) The newly released book, "Bill and Hillary: The Marriage," by renowned author Christopher Anderson, reveals that Hillary Clinton hired a private investigator, Ivan Duda, to look into her husband's relationships with other women. Mr. Duda confirmed that Dolly Kyle Browning had such a relationship with Bill Clinton.

In the Paula Jones case, Bill Clinton and Marsha Scott submitted notes, allegedly written after a high school reunion in Hot Springs Arkansas, in which they both allege that Dolly Kyle Browning manufactured the relationship so she could make money off of a book she was writing about her life experiences with the President. The book was fictionalized, so no actual names were used.

In conjunction with this false document, which was submitted to the Court in the Jones case, Bill Clinton and his agents smeared Browning in public. They also interfered with her right to have her book published. This caused great damage to Browning and her husband.

On behalf of Browning, Judicial Watch has filed a RICO suit in the District of Columbia, and is pursing criminal contempt remedies in the Jones case, where the issue has been briefed to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. The lower court judge sidestepped Browning's request for relief, in her haste to end the case.

"Now, it would appear that Hillary Clinton's private investigator is the most important witness for Browning in her various legal actions. Judicial Watch will be asking the courts to allow Browning to expeditiously depose Mr. Duda. Who would have thought that Hillary Clinton would have taken steps to sow the seeds of her own husband's sorry legal fate?,"said Judicial Watch Chairman and General Counsel Larry Klayman.

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