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  Paula Jones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to her story, on May 8, 1991 Paula Jones was escorted to the hotel room of Clinton, then governor of Arkansas, where he crudely propositioned her.
Jones began to be represented by Susan Carpenter-McMillan, Gilbert Davis and Joseph Cammarata.
In March 2005, Paula Jones appeared on the debut show of Lie Detector on Pax TV and was given a polygraph exam, which are notorious for their inaccuracies and therefore not admissible in a court of law.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paula_Jones   (1142 words)

 Paula Jones Complaint Against President Clinton and Danny Ferguson
Jones became horrified, jumped up from the couch, stated that she was "not that kind of girl" and said: "Look, I've got to go." She attempted to explain that she would get in trouble for being away from the registration desk.
The outrageous nature of Clinton's branding of Jones as a liar is aggravated in that a greater stigma and reputation loss is suffered by Jones by the statements of the President of the United States in whom the general public reposes trust and confidence in the integrity of the holder of that office.
Clinton's use of force in pulling Jones toward him, his words and acts, and the armed police guard outside the door, in conjunction with the impressive atmosphere of her being alone with the Governor of the State who was also her superior's boss, caused her to be initially and, temporarily afraid to terminate the meeting.
www.lectlaw.com /files/cas03.htm   (3799 words)

 Paula Jones Debate and Poll
Paula Jones and another AIDC employee, Pamela Blackard, were working at a registration desk when a man approached the desk and informed her and Blackard that he was Trooper Danny Ferguson, the Governor's bodyguard.
Paula Jones exclaimed, "What are you doing?," and told the Governor that she was "not that kind of girl," and "escaped" from the Governor's reach "by walking away from him." Paula Jones says she was extremely upset and confused and, not knowing what to do, attempted to distract the Governor by chatting about his wife.
Ballentine states that she encouraged Paula Jones to report the incident to her boss or to the police, but that plaintiff declined, pointing out that her boss was friends with the Governor and that the police were the ones who took her to the hotel suite.
www.youdebate.com /DEBATES/PAULA_JONES.HTM   (864 words)

 The Making of a Victim - Paula Jones and the President
Jones and her handlers tried to convince the courts that having allegedly seen a man, albeit a man who is now the president, drop his pants years ago in a hotel room was so traumatic that her emotional wounds may never heal.
Jones is at best a receptive, suggestible, or momentarily vulnerable synthetic victim; that is, one who has been encouraged to accept as factual some revised, reinterpreted or fictionalized version of a single incident and of its impact on her entire life.
Jones will probably be diagnosed as a victim of victimhood and offered help to deal with the loss of her victim identity and in coping, like the rest of us, with the ordinariness of her remaining years.
tanadineen.com /COLUMNIST/Columns/PaulaJones.htm   (786 words)

 Midwest Today: Paula Jones
Paula Jones and her attorneys based their discovery requests relating to Monica Lewinsky and others on the contention that Jones suffered tangible job damages from her refusal to have sexual relations with the President.
Jones and her attorneys had made representations in their discovery requests that Jones suffered employment damages and that this was why Judge Wright had granted Jones and her attorneys several favorable discovery rulings.
Based on Paula Jones' deposition, it certainly appears possible that the misrepresentation in the discovery requests by Jones and her attorneys was either willful or reckless, perhaps engineered to bring about a favorable discovery ruling which would open up "other women." Into this trap would fall Monica Lewinsky and the President.
www.midtod.com /98autumn/paulajones.phtml   (3046 words)

 Paula Jones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
According to her story, in 1991 she was escorted to the hotel room of Clinton, then governor of Arkansas, where he crudely propositioned her.
The lawsuit was dismissed and Jones settled, with Clinton paying her $850,000.
Jones appeared with Tonya Harding in Fox TV's Celebrity Boxing in 2002, where she lost.
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/p/pa/paula_jones.html   (187 words)

 Paula Jones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
According to her story in 1991 she was escorted to the hotel of Clinton then governor of Arkansas where he crudely propositioned her.
Jones now claims she was both by Clinton and his Republican opponents.
Jones appeared with Tonya Harding in Fox TV 's Celebrity Boxing in 2002 where she lost.
www.freeglossary.com /Paula_Jones   (405 words)

 Paula Jones
Apparently, Paula confided in her sisters and shared the general details with her fiance, but otherwise kept a lid on the story.
The article generated a firestorm that gave rise to the Paula Jones lawsuit, the ensuing Ken Starr investigation, and the subsequent Lewinsky scandal.
Jones revealed to Larry King: "Well, it was an adventure, it was something I usually don't do, but I don't think that they are -- they are not vulgar pictures, they are not disgusting pictures, I think they're very tasteful.
www.nndb.com /people/923/000023854   (687 words)

 The Progressive Review
Jones became horrified, jumped up from the couch, stated that she was"not that kind of girl" and said: "Look, I've got to go." She attempted toexplain that she would get in trouble for being away from the registration desk.
The outrageous nature of Clinton's branding of Jones as a liar isaggravated in that a greater stigma and reputation loss is suffered by Jones by the statements of the President of the United States in whom the general public reposes trust and confidence in the integrity of the holder of that office.
As a result of the conspiracy, Jones was injured by Defendants in herperson and property and deprived of having and exercising her rights andprivileges as a citizen of the United States, as is more fully set forth inCount I. Plaintiff incorporates by reference paragraphs 1 through 69.
emporium.turnpike.net /P/ProRev/paula.htm   (3609 words)

 Paula Jones Rubs Shoulders With Washington Elite At Dinner - April 25, 1998
Jones, who was also escorted by her husband Stephen, was rushed down an escalator by uniformed police as plainclothes security guards grabbed photographers by the arms to hold them back.
Jones and her entourage then were sent through one pre-dinner reception, the kitchen and a series of service corridors before arriving at a party hosted by magazine Vanity Fair.
At the party, Jones asked for a glass of chardonnay and nodded when asked by a reporter whether she was overwhelmed by the crowd.
images.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1998/04/25/correspondents.dinner   (560 words)

 Paula Jones case - dKosopedia
The Paula Jones case refers to a lawsuit brought against President Bill Clinton, claiming he sexual harassed Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee.
Coulter said she would come to mistrust the motives of Paula Jones' head lawyer, Joseph Cammaratta, who told Jones she didn't have a case and should take a settlement.
However, the investigation of the Jones case eventually led to the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal, and Clinton's 1998 impeachment.
www.dkosopedia.com /wiki/Paula_Jones_case   (1077 words)

 Paula Jones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Paula gained her Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy from Coventry in 1985.
Since qualifying from Coventry Paula has not only successfully managed The RCB Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic for 10 years but has also gained invaluable experience in sports injuries whilst treating The British Judo team and The British Sailing Team at the 1988 and 1992 Olympics.
Paula has also been the physiotherapist for The British Figure and Dance Ice-skating team attending the World and Junior World Championships and travelling with them to various other events using her extensive experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
www.onehealthphysiobracknell.com /Physiopaula.htm   (126 words)

 Paula Jones - dKosopedia
Paula Corbin Jones (born Paula Rosalee Corbin on September 17, 1966 in Lonoke], Arkansas) was a former state employee who sued President Bill Clinton claiming he sexual harassed her.
Jones did eventually gain a settlement from Clinton in exchange for not appealing the decision, but it was only $850,000, one third the size she had been asking for, and all but $151,000 went to pay her now considerable legal expenses; meanwhile, her marriage had broken apart.
She was on the job at the time, and he was her ultimate boss; he illegally used state troopers for a private escapade; and he began his approach by coercively mentioning a friendship with her immediate boss.
www.dkosopedia.com /index.php/Paula_Jones   (1163 words)

 Who'd Date Paula Jones?
Washington, D.C.ÑThe Rutherford Institute is participating in an of-counsel capacity in the defense of Paula Jones' claims in her sexual harassment and sex discrimination suit against President Clinton.
Paula wants us to believe -- that the governor of the State of Arkansas picked her, out of a guaranteed line-up of bimbo groupies sadly available to any elected official.
Jones, admittedly not a front-runner for the cover of Vogue, might be hard-pressed to convince the jury she demands, that Bill Clinton, let alone many of us, would select her for his gubernatorial dalliances.
www.americanpolitics.com /100297whoddatepaula.html   (1578 words)

 Online NewsHour: Jones Case Dismissed -- April 1, 1998   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jones' allegations were true, but as a matter of law, she didn't have a case.
Jones told co-workers that she had a wonderful time with Governor Clinton; that she was proud of her meeting.
And what that means is that Paula Jones did not have a case as a matter of law, as Judge Wright saw it.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/law/jan-june98/jones_4-1.html   (2504 words)

 Paula Jones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jones, Do you not fear that your recent endeavor into the nude modeling arena will lend credence to those arguments that you are a opportunist who took advantage of the position of a sitting president when your charges were made?
Paula Jones: I feel very disappointed and sad, because now that I've made my own decision and my own mind up to pose for "Penthouse", they've all shunned me. I've heard some of them call me names this week.
Paula Jones: I don't think that they used me. They may have used the case to get known.
www.usatoday.com /community/chat/1109jones.htm   (1710 words)

 Washingtonpost.com: Jones v. Clinton Special Report
Paula Jones agreed to drop her sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton on Nov. 13 in return for $850,000 – but no apology or admission of guilt from the president.
You can learn more about the Supreme Court case that allowed Jones to press her case, or use our links and resources section to surf the Web for more.
Paula Corbin Jones filed suit in 1994, alleging that Bill Clinton propositioned her and exposed himself to her in a Little Rock hotel room three years earlier, when he was governor of Arkansas and she was a low-level state employee.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/politics/special/pjones/pjones.htm   (504 words)

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OPINION: JURY TRIAL DEMANDED COMPLAINT Plaintiff Paula Corbin Jones, by counsel, brings this action to obtain redress for the deprivation and conspiracy to deprive Plaintiff of her federally protected rights as hereafter alleged, and for intentional infliction of emotional distress, and for defamation.
Jones continued to work at AIDC even though she was in constant fear that Governor Clinton might take retaliatory action against her because of her rejection of his abhorrent sexual ad- vances.
Plaintiff also was entitled to a due process liberty inter- est in her reputation as an honest public employee.
philip.greenspun.com /zoo/clinton-full-complaint.text   (3712 words)

 Paula and the Pundits   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The funniest result of Judge Wright's ruling on the Paula Jones case was watching the Sunday morning TV pundits who have long proclaimed Clinton's guilt, squirm to squeeze even more out of the allegations.
Paula Jones' friend Susan McMillian says Paula Jones is a victim who "regrets nothing." Jones is not a victim; she is a hero to the political right and as famous as any woman in the world is.
But it was the press that made Paula Jones and the other "Clinton women" famous by publishing their claims without considering that there may be two sides to the story.
www.otterpage.com /PaulaJones.htm   (744 words)

 Online NewsHour: Paula Jones -- May 27, 1997
If the evidence shows that they're all false, then the president can move for summary judgment and she would probably be prosecuted for perjury; that is, when we're talking about harassing lawsuits, the Department of Justice is not going to let that happen to the president.
And if that were to take place, the judge would have it quite open to her to seal that deposition and make it unavailable to the press or to the public until such later time as she deemed appropriate if she thought it would interfere with the president's public duties to do so.
Her concern has to be not only for Paul Jones' lawsuit but with making sure that the public has the benefit of President Clinton's attention and duties full-time and even revealing a deposition could be thought in some circumstances to interfere with those duties.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/law/may97/jones_5-27.html   (2153 words)

 Paula Jones verses President Bill Clinton . paula jones background, history, paula jones life, puala jones, clintons ...
Paula Jones and President Clinton face to face.
paula jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president bill clinton and the scandal.
paula jones sues president clinton in a embarrassing lawsuit.
www.eaglestock.com /news/paula_jones_fr.htm   (220 words)

 Who Backs Paula Jones? - January 17, 1998
WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, Jan. 17) -- The case of Paula Jones vs. Bill Clinton has some critics pointing the finger firmly at the group that is paying Jones' legal bills.
When, in 1993, Jones surfaced for the first time with her allegations that Clinton had sexually harassed her, she appeared at a news conference sponsored by organizations so conservative that she was dismissed by many as a right-wing dupe.
Even though the Jones case does not involve religious freedom, Rutherford Institute President John Whitehead suggested that his organization got involved for a very basic reason: "No one is above the law, whether you're the emperor of Japan, the prime minister of Great Britain or the president of the United States."
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1998/01/17/jones.backers/index.html   (414 words)

 Support Paula Jones Lavender Ribbon Campaign   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I'm sorry she chose this route -- while I don't dispute that she has the right to pose if she chooses, if she needed the money, I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who would have helped her, as they did before.
That page is still available as it explains my reasons for starting this campaign, (which started in June, 1997) but this page now serves as the entry point due to the court ruling which took place on April 1, 1998, Paula Jones' subsequent decision to appeal, and finally, the settlement of the case.
Paula Jones: Not a Perfect Woman; Just a Wife and Mother of Rare Courage
www.gargaro.com /paulajones.html   (787 words)

 Paula Jones' lawyers get lion's share of $850,000 settlement - March 5, 1999
The money was paid in November but held up by the courts when Jones' former and current lawyers could not agree on how it should be split up.
Jones claimed that Clinton, when he was governor of Arkansas, made a crude advance in a room at a Little Rock hotel in 1991.
Paula Jones shows up at Clinton speech in Arkansas (1-25-99)
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/stories/1999/03/05/jones.fees   (437 words)

 Paula Jones,
Paula Jones - Political Scandal Figure/Arkansas State Employee, born 17 September 1966, She sued President Clinton for sexual harassment
Kathleen Willey, - Kathleen Willey, 51-year-old former White House volunteer, testified in the Paula Jones sexual...
Betty Currie, - Betty Currie, President Clinton's secretary of five years, was queried by Ken Starr's team on her...
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0767278.html   (172 words)

 The Paula Jones Case
The real question, which tends to get buried in our moralistic or political response to the Paula Jones allegations, is whether the President's behavior caused the damage claimed by Paula Jones.
Therefore, Judge Wright found that even if everything Paula Jones said was true, her complaint failed to state a cause of action under the applicable law.
But the Jones case must be analyzed both in the context of sexual harassment law and with an eye to the larger question: what kind of society do we want to have?
www.spectacle.org /598/jones.html   (1061 words)

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