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A new book on the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill imbroglio says a "preponderance of evidence suggests" the Supreme Court justice lied under oath during his Senate confirmation hearings. "Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas," a two-year effort by Wall Street Journal reporters Jane Mayer and Jill Abramson, cites three other women claiming Thomas made inappropriate sexual remarks to them, and claims he fibbed about an alleged predilection for sexual material. (Interviewees say the man who claimed never to have heard of porn star Long Dong Silver was "a regular customer of adult movies" and held on to five years of Playboy back issues.) Still, with no eyewitnesses to Hill's most damaging charges, the authors admit "no one will ever know" whether Thomas sexually harassed her.Post your opinion on theThe Sexesbulletin board.