Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 12, 2005
Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey will visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum later this month to draw attention to the former president's treatment of women. They will be accompanied on the tour by attorney and author Candice E. Jackson.
Broaddrick and Willey have both accused Clinton of assaulting them. Broaddrick alleges that then-Governor Clinton raped her during a conference in Little Rock in 1978, and Willey says that Clinton sexually assaulted her when she worked in the White House in 1993. Both also charge that Clinton's inner circle -- including wife Hillary Rodham Clinton -- subsequently attempted to pressure and intimidate them into silence.
"Juanita, Kathleen, and I will be touring the Clinton Library to see firsthand how it portrays Bill and Hillary Clinton's treatment of women," says Jackson, an outspoken feminist and author of "Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine" (World Ahead Publishing; hardcover $25.95; ISBN 0974670138). "The Clintons have crafted a public image of supporting women’s rights, and yet they have both used their power to intimidate and attack women whom they viewed as politically inconvenient."
Willey claims she was subjected to a series of physical and verbal threats intended to pressure her to keep the assault in the Oval Office secret, and Broaddrick says three weeks after being raped she was approached at an event by a forceful Hillary who thanked her for "everything that you do" for Bill. Jackson notes that many other women have also reported similar treatment at the hands of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Broaddrick, Willey, and Jackson plan to visit the Clinton Library on October 26.
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