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Big Source of Clinton's Cash is An Unlikely Address

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posted on Aug, 29 2007 @ 10:34 AM
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Big Source of Clinton's Cash is An Unlikely Address


online.wsj.com

One of the biggest sources of political donations to Hillary Rodham Clinton is a tiny, lime-green bungalow that lies under the flight path from San Francisco International Airport.

Six members of the Paw family, each listing the house at 41 Shelbourne Ave. as their residence, have donated a combined $45,000 to the Democratic senator from New York since 2005, for her presidential campaign, her Senate re-election last year and her political action committee. In all, the six Paws have donated a total of $200,000 to Democratic candidates since 2005, election records show.
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posted on Aug, 29 2007 @ 10:34 AM
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So, Ms. Clinton has been receiving large campaign donations from a small bungalow near the San Francisco airport, occupied by the Paw's. Strange enough in and of itself, but there is another aspect to this story - their association to the mysterious Mr. Norman Hsu:


The Paws' political donations closely track donations made by Norman Hsu, a wealthy New York businessman in the apparel industry who once listed the Paw home as his address, according to public records. Mr. Hsu is one of the top fund-raisers for Mrs. Clinton's presidential campaign. He has hosted or co-hosted some of her most prominent money-raising events.


And there's more on Norman Hsu: it seems he's wanted by the authorities.



Democratic fundraiser is a fugitive in plain sight

California authorities have sought businessman Norman Hsu for 15 years. Since 2004, he has carved out a place of honor raising cash for such candidates as Hillary Rodham Clinton.
By Chuck Neubauer and Robin Fields, Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
August 29, 2007
WASHINGTON -- For the last 15 years, California authorities have been trying to figure out what happened to a businessman named Norman Hsu, who pleaded no contest to grand theft, agreed to serve up to three years in prison and then seemed to vanish.

"He is a fugitive," Ronald Smetana, who handled the case for the state attorney general, said in an interview. "Do you know where he is?"

www.latimes.com...

This smells to high heaven. Given the Clinton's past association with such unsavory characters such as Marc Rich, it isn't surprising. It will be interesting to see where this leads.

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posted on Aug, 29 2007 @ 04:48 PM
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I passed this story on to various media, and Fox News just carried a segment on it in their Big Story hour. Coincidence? Maybe. We'll see how much more attention it gets in the press.



posted on Aug, 30 2007 @ 07:24 AM
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This story sure hit the news fast.

This is a flashback to the '90's where money for the Clinton campaign was getting money directly from Hong Kong. There was quite an investigation back then.

Guess where Norman Hsu is from? Hong Kong.
Guess who was one of the people involved in that '90's Clinton fundraising scheme?

Norman Hsu.

INVESTIGATION OF ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER ACTIVITIES
IN CONNECTION WITH 1996 FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS
FINAL REPORT of the COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
SENATE Rept. 105-167 - 105th Congress 2d Session - March 10, 1998


It would be interesting to see if anyone is digging into this story a little deeper than the surface that has been reported?



posted on Aug, 30 2007 @ 08:28 AM
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This is an interesting story. More about Clintons money and because of such being the next president, is also being taked about here.



posted on Aug, 30 2007 @ 09:11 AM
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Its being reported that Clinton is giving $23K of Hsu's money to charity. I wonder about the rest of the $1 million he raised?

Why not get rid of that too?



posted on Sep, 5 2007 @ 01:14 PM
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