Friday, May 23, 2003

Clinton Wars, pp. 352-353

Nor did Starr tell Justice that he had already invaded the Jones case without authority: James Moody had faxed him a copy of Lewinsky's affadavit. All parties in the Jones case were under a court gag order not to disclose important information, a ruling that made Starr a party to Moody's contempt of court. Starr's copy of the fax, reproduced in the Starr report, bore the court stamp showing it came originally from Jones's lawyers.