Meet the Rape Victim that Hillary Clinton Laughed About

Kathy Shelton, Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey participated in a press conference before Sunday evening’s debate. People seem to be more familiar with Ms. Jones, Ms. Broaddrick, and Ms. Willey, who were first victimized by Bubba Clinton and then attacked by Hillary.  Kathy Shelton was victimized by Hillary directly when she was only 14-years-old.  Below is her story.

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Hillary Clinton claims to be the defender of women’s rights but when you look at her history, well not so much. In January we reported how she mis-treated a rape victim who was only 12 when she was raped, and just two years older when Hillary Clinton lied about the victim to get the rapist “off” with a light sentence. Now in her 50s the victim began to speak out recently, expressing her anger at being slandered in court by Hillary Clinton.

Court records show, Ms. Clinton questioned the sixth grader’s honesty and invented a claim that the girl made false accusations in the past. Hillary also portrayed the girl as often fantasizing and as seeking out older men’ like the rapist. In other words she made up stories to blame the young victim.

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In June of 2014, The Washington Free Beacon published audio recordings of Hillary Clinton from interviews in the early 80’s. In the recordings Clinton show an almost flippant attitude about the case defending the man who raped a 12-year-old girl in her words she who she got off by attacking the evidence, including the account of the victim (the interview is at the bottom of the post).

Alana Goodman who broke the story at the Free Beacon two years ago. is now at the Daily Mail and interviewed that now grown up rape victim, who for the first time has agreed to be named and pictured.

“Kathy Shelton was just 12 years old when a 41-year-old drifter raped her on the side of a desolate Arkansas road in 1975.” She has agreed to the interview and to be named & pictured “because she is furious that her rapist’s defense attorney – Hillary Clinton – has been portraying herself as a lifelong advocate of women and girls on the campaign trail.”

“It’s put a lot of anger back in me, Every time I see [Clinton] on TV I just want to reach in there and grab her, but I can’t do that.”

Shelton explained her anger:

Shelton said Clinton accused her during the case of ‘seeking out older men’, and demanded that the 12-year-old undergo a grueling court-ordered psychiatric examination to determine whether she was ‘mentally unstable’.

‘I don’t think [Clinton’s] for women or girls. I think she’s lying, I think she said anything she can to get in the campaign and win,’ Shelton said. ‘If she was [an advocate for women and children], she wouldn’t have done that to me at 12 years old.’

(…) ‘I want to speak to the world. Out there at the White House, so everyone can hear me,’ said Shelton. ‘That’s always been my thing since the anger’s built up. I want to speak out like [Clinton] does, and let the whole world hear it.’

Two years ago when Goodman first reported the story of the case she posted an audio of Hillary Clinton talking about the trial. The audio featured Clinton laughing while discussing this case of a raped little girl.

On the audiotape, Clinton indicated that she believed Taylor, her client, was guilty, saying that his ability to pass a lie detector test ‘forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs’.

 

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