The secrecy of the Clintons continues….
Bill and Hillary Clinton (Billary) have blocked the release of not only their Income Tax Returns, but also the information behind the controversial pardons of Criminals on their way out the White House doors in 2001.
From Hot Air:
Federal archivists at the Clinton Presidential Library are blocking the release of hundreds of pages of White House papers on pardons that the former president approved, including clemency for fugitive commodities trader Marc Rich.
That archivists’ decision, based on guidance provided by Bill Clinton that restricts the disclosure of advice he received from aides, prevents public scrutiny of documents that would shed light on how he decided which pardons to approve from among hundreds of requests.
Clinton’s legal agent declined the option of reviewing and releasing the documents that were withheld, said the archivists, who work for the federal government, not the Clintons.
The decision to withhold much of the requested material could provide fodder for critics who say that the former president and his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, now seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, have been unwilling to fully release documents to public scrutiny.
One would think that if the Clintons were so proud of their Legacy that they would welcome with open arms prying eyes into their past.
Hillary Clinton has touted her “Experience” in her campaign against B. Hussein Obama in her quest to be Dictator, but she throws up a series of roadblocks when inquiries are made into that so called experience. In fact, her and BJ Bill have gone to great lengths to HIDE that experience.
The Clinton Campaign has been bringing up Obama’s connection to Islamic and South American Terrorists, while it has been forgotten the links to the Clintons and the Puerto Rican Terrorists that Bill Clinton pardoned in 1999 so as to win the PR vote in New York for Frau Hillary’s Senate Campaign in 2000.
Clinton pardoned 16 members of a Puerto Rican nationalist group known as FALN despite objections from Law Enforcement and the Justice Dept.