Free Beacon spotted Hillary’s new ad in which she highlights her alleged work with children in the 1970s. If you watch the ad, you won’t learn anything about her defense of a child rapist and how she destroyed the child’s reputation to get her client off, a client she saw as guilty.
Here’s the ad if you can stand it:
Hillary got an alleged child rapist off with a two month sentence – time served in the county jail. She believed him to be guilty and laughed about the unsavory tactics she used, including her attack on the child.
She was doing her job – ruining the reputation of a child to free an alleged rapist – but what is most disconcerting is how she found humor in the whole affair.
The following tape was uncovered by free beacon:
Clinton wrote about the case in her book “Living History” and conveniently left out the part where she put the 12-year old child on trial.
Clinton, in setting up the rapist’s defense, attacked the girl’s character. The girl said none of what Clinton accused her of was true.
The girl went in a car with the rapist, a man who lived with her and her family, because he invited a 15-year old boy she had a crush on. The purported rapist, Thomas Alfred Taylor, 41, plied the child with whiskey and coke. Taylor drove to a ravine and left her alone with the 15-year old. It was the 15-year old’s story that he had sex with her and left the car. Taylor is said to have gotten into the car, climbed on top of the girl and raped her. The 15-year old said he heard her scream and he saw Taylor pulling his pants up as he got out of the car.
Taylor yelled at them, claiming they planned it, according to the boy. While in jail with the 15-year old, Taylor told the boy they had to get their stories straight.
After the alleged rape, on that same night as the rape, the girl went with her mother to the hospital where a doctor said she had injuries consistent with rape.
A mistake by a crime lab aided Hillary’s case on behalf of the rapist but the most disturbing thing in these tapes is that Hillary laughed about the fact that he was guilty and was free thanks to her legal machinations.
In a July 28, 1975, court affidavit, Clinton wrote that she had been informed the young girl was “emotionally unstable” and had a “tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing.” Hillary also claimed that the child was prone to making “false accusations” about people. It was an invention.
In 2014, the victim said, I’ve never said that about anyone. I don’t know why she said that. I have never made false allegations. I know she was lying,” she said. “I definitely didn’t see older men. I don’t know why Hillary put that in there and it makes me plumb mad.”
The thing to remember is that Hillary believed he was guilty and thought her creative, deceitful defense was funny.
In 2008, Glenn Thrush, Newsday reporter, wrote an article about the case. I couldn’t find this article on Newsday, but you can read it on Yid with Lid to get more background on the case.
At the time of the interview, the victim bore no ill will towards Clinton but according to Truth Revolt, she does now bear abiding anger towards Glenn Thrush and Hillary Clinton, Taylor’s defender.