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Victims son says HRC key figure

Updated: Jan 5, 2022

Clinton, Holder, Puerto Rico, FALN, NY Senate Race (?)

"When Hillary Clinton was looking to run for senator of New York, she had no connection to New York at all. She was from Chicago to Arkansas," Connor said. "And she got approached by various pro-terrorist politicians."

These included Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-NY), and New York city councilman Jose Rivera, who according to Kolb, gave Clinton "a packet on clemency" and requested that she "speak to the president and ask him to consider executive clemency" for the FALN. A couple of weeks later, clemency was granted to the terrorists and Clinton's Senate campaign expressed support for the move so long as the terrorists renounced violence.

"She was up to her ears in this," Connor said.

The terrorists didn't immediately accept the clemencies because they were hesitant to renounce violence, and then-Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder allowed the terrorists to have conference calls with each other–which isn't typically done in clemency cases–and ignored input from the FBI and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Three weeks into the terrorists' refusal to renounce violence, Clinton flipped and opposed her husband's decision to grant clemency due to the public backlash against it, only to flip yet again in favor of the clemencies when 14 out of the 16 terrorists agreed to renounce violence.

"It's so typical," Connor said. "The political winds shifted whichever way, and she went with it."

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