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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Rape Victim of Bill Clinton Just Told Her Story

May 25, 2016 | ANTIMEDIA

(ANTIMEDIA) “I looked at him straight in the eyes and I told him to go to hell,” said 73-year-old Juanita Broaddrick on Tuesday, speaking on Anti-Media Radio about the only experience she had with the man since she says he raped her in 1978.

It had been 13 years since Broaddrick’s horrific encounter in a Little Rock, Arkansas hotel room when, in 1991, she found herself back in the state capitol for a seminar of nursing home administrators. She says she was told someone needed to speak with her in the hallway of the building where the event was being held. “Just as I went around the corner, there he was. And it was very shocking to me,” she said.

“And he came over to me and started apologizing profusely for what he had done to me back in 1978, and was just saying all these things — and I was just flabbergasted. And he kept saying, ‘I’m a changed man’ and ‘I have a family’ and ‘I’m just not that person that I used to be.’”

She says less than a week after her attacker apologized, heannounced he was running for president.

Out of fear and in denial, Broaddrick did not go public with the accusation Bill Clinton had raped her until she was interviewed on NBC’s Dateline in 1999. She says that experience so frightened her, she failed even to recount the incident in an affidavit amid an investigation during the Clinton presidency.

Though she doesn’t like the word “rape,” Broaddrick insists it is the only term sufficient to describe what Bill Clinton did to her while running for governor when he still served as the attorney general for Arkansas.

It isn’t a new accusation, of course, but Broaddrick’s story is making headlines once again as Hillary Clinton inches closer to the Democratic nomination.

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