Deja Vu All Over Again

Just When He Was Over The Last Lot of Legal Bills

It should have come as no surprise to independent counsel ROBERT RAY that his decision to convene a new grand jury in the MONICA LEWINSKY case stirred controversy as it leaked out last week. KENNETH STARR's successor had previously had a private lesson in just how polarizing the sex-and-cover-up probe remains 19 months after BILL CLINTON was acquitted of impeachment charges. Legal sources tell TIME that Ray had trouble finding 23 grand jurors who could objectively review evidence of criminal conduct by the President. African Americans, among Clinton's biggest fans, were most reluctant to serve on the Washington panel, said a...

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