presidential campaign faced damaging allegations yesterday from
one of the women who claim to have been groped by former
Kathleen Willey suggests in a new book that the former First
Couple could have been involved in her husband Ed's death.
Willey, a former White House aide, alleges a campaign of slander
and intimidation has been waged against her by Hillary since she
made the sex assault allegations.
Her book "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary
Clinton" details what she says are the threats made against her
by the Clintons and their allies.
The most damaging allegation concerns the apparent suicide of
her husband Ed in 1993.
He died from a gunshot wound to the head on the day Willey
claimed she was sexually assaulted by Clinton in the Oval
Willey insists her husband's death was murder and not suicide.
In an interview published on a US news website to coincide with
the book's publication she says she has "suspicions" the
Clintons were involved.
Asked by a reporter from World Net Daily if the Clintons were
involved in her husband's death she replied: "I do have my
A spokesman for Mrs Clinton's Democratic campaign refused to
make any comment last night on the allegations.
claims the Clintons were behind a burglary at her home in
Virginia four months ago when she says thieves tried to steal
the manuscript of the book after excerpts were serialised in a
Willey, 57, was working as a volunteer in the White House when
she said Clinton assaulted her.
According to Willey, during a meeting in the private study off
the Oval Office, Clinton embraced her, kissed her on the mouth
and fondled her breast. She also claimed he placed her hand on
Clinton denied ever assaulting Willey in the incident which
allegedly took place five years before the Monica Lewinsky
Willey never gave evidence to a Clinton's impeachment trial
after some members of the House and Senate refused to allow her
On the same night the alleged assault took place in November
1993, Willey's husband Ed died from a single gunshot wound.
The Virginia lawyer was over £300,000 in debt and had embezzled
money from a client.
He left a suicide note in which he apologised for running up the
debts, and also a $100 lottery ticket for his wife.
Willey claims in her book that the autopsy on her husband failed
to show it was suicide.
She says the coroner told her he died from a shot fired by a
right-handed person, while her husband was left-handed.
Willey also claims her husband's death bore striking
similarities to that of Vince Foster.
He was a deputy White House counsel and close friend of Hillary
who committed suicide in 1993.
Willey says she wrote the book because of misunderstanding about
what had happened. She said: "There is so much misinformation
out there. I now have the opportunity to set the record
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