Tangled Web: Clinton Nemesis Peter Paul's Link to Bruce Ohr
Larry Klayman interviews Bill and Hill fundraiser who served time
By Larry Klayman
April 5, 2019
In 2001, two years before I left Judicial Watch to run for the U.S. Senate in Florida, I was contacted by a person who identified himself as Peter Paul. A former lawyer from Miami, he asked me meet him there at what was then Judicial Watch's Southern Regional Office.
When Peter and I did meet in our offices in Biscayne Tower a few days later, he revealed to me how he had put on the Hollywood tribute to Bill Clinton in the waning days of Slick Willy's administration. This event was in reality a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's 2000 U.S. Senate campaign in New York. Peter was then the head of a company called Stan Lee Media, and indeed it was he who had in effect "resurrected" Stan Lee, his partner, from the shadows of his former prominent past to later go on to again become "rich and famous." Sadly, the legendary Stan Lee — the creator of Spiderman and many other comic book heroes —recently died, but the Peter Paul saga, as discussed below, lives on with the current spate of government Clinton-related scandals.
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