The Woman in Starr's Trap

A Clinton accuser's foe is expected to face charges

At the end of the 11-month Lewinsky scandal, it looks as if Bill Clinton may be spared impeachment. But one bit player whose story was sympathetic to his side, and who got caught up in the mess, may be less fortunate. Julie Hiatt Steele's lawyer has been informed by independent counsel Kenneth Starr that Steele will probably be indicted soon for perjury. The indictment is expected to charge that Steele lied under oath when she accused someone else of lying: her former friend Kathleen Willey. Willey has said she told Steele about receiving an unwanted advance from the President. Steele maintains...

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