- WHY IS BILL CLINTON CONSIDERING MOVING TO BRITAIN?
- Could it be because they have offered him political asylum?
Will he flee to England to keep from going to prison?
- Why would Bill Clinton want to live in England? What
does he know and when did he know it? What do they have on him that has
convinced him to leave his country? Will he flee before or after the next
president is sworn in?
- If the prosecutors, who are planning to indict him immediately
after he leaves office, want him in the United States, they had better
indict him now -- before he flees to safety in Britain.
- With headlines like this -- hasn't it occurred to you
that there is a lot going on behind the scenes that the media isn't printing?
- Remember those investigators I mentioned a while back?
How many Clinton crimes can they now prove beyond a shadow of a doubt?
What kind of deal is Clinton trying to make to stay out of prison and maybe
stay alive. Is this Democratic push for getting rid of the death penalty
a result of what Clinton knows about his own future?
- Now -- the rest of the story --- from a British Tabloid...
- Clinton Seeks British Home
- By Stewart Payne link
- President Clinton is planning to set up a second home
in Britain when he leaves the White House, according to security sources.
The Evening Standard has discovered the US leader is looking at houses
in the Oxfordshire countryside and British Special Branch officers are
preparing feasibility reports on a number of properties.
- Mr Clinton hopes to become a visiting professor attached
to Oxford University, where he studied as a Rhodes scholar in the Sixties.
- This would involve him spending many months of the year
in the UK although he would keep homes in New York and Arkansas. His wife,
Hillary, will not accompany him. Because of the considerable security implications
he has asked the British government for assistance in assessing the risks.
Tony Blair is understood to be supporting the move.
- The Standard has been told that Mr Clinton is house-hunting
in the picturesque village of Glympton, 12 miles north of Oxford. He has
been invited to look in the area by long-serving Saudi Arabian ambassador
to Washington, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who in 1992 bought the Glympton
Estate which includes 21 properties.
- It is understood one of these would be made available
to the President on a three-year lease. The estate is heavily fortified
and Glympton House, renovated and used by Prince Bandar, has been designed
to withstand bombs, has bullet-proof glass and ramps in the driveway to
frustrate car bombers.
- Mr Clinton leaves the White House in seven months and
his plans are said to include embarking on the lecture circuit, a career
successfully pursued by predecessors Ronald Reagan and George Bush.
- The Standard has been told he would like to make Oxford
University his base. He has spoken fondly of his time at Oxford and the
countryside around it and his close friendship with Mr Blair makes the
move all the more likely.
- Well-placed sources have told the Standard that Thames
Valley Special Branch officers have been detailed to examine the security
implications. The President would bring his own security officers but they
would need to liaise with local police, MI5 and the British government.
- Mrs Clinton will stay in the US to pursue a political
career in the Senate. It is widely believed the couple are virtually estranged
following the scandal of his relationship with Monica Lewinsky and other
- The couple are expected to lead separate lives when his
presidency ends and a move to the UK would mean he would not overshadow
his wife's political ambitions, although they have denied they plan to
- Not unsurprisingly in the circumstances, there was an
instant denial in Washington last night despite evidence to the contrary.
- Deputy White House press secretary Jake Siewert said:
"I put this directly to the President. He said quote: 'It's nonsense
- a fabrication'. There has been no mention of Hillary", the Standard
- Mr Clinton would require a very high level of security
and there is an issue over whether his own bodyguards could be armed.
- The feasibility study will examine the suitability of
a number of properties and officers will look at how well they can be protected,
the proximity of neighbours, whether roads can be sealed off, whether helicopters
can land nearby and the closeness of hospitals. No decisions have yet been
- Glympton is the obvious choice. Situated off the main
A44 near Woodstock, the Glympton Estate is already subjected to intense
security because the main Glympton Park house is the UK residence of Prince
Bandar, a nephew of King Fahd.
- A spokeswoman for Oxford University could not confirm
Mr Clinton will become a visiting professor but said: "It is a logical
extension of his expressed interest."
- RMNews, The Uncensored National Rumor http://www.rumormillnews.com
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