Kathleen Willey Tell-all Coming Soon

Former Bill Clinton presidential aide Kathleen Willey is set to release a memoir of her time in the White House and the time since she accused Clinton of making gross sexual advances on her.

In the book, titled "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton" and set for release Nov. 6, Willey identifies the mysterious man who threatened her just before she testified against Clinton before the Ken Starr grand jury. Willey alleges the man is tied to Clinton and his wife Hillary.

Back in September, Willey said that thieves attempted to steal her book manuscript from her home right after excerpts from the book were printed in U.S. News and New York's Daily News, according to a Sept. 5 report at WorldNetDaily:

Willey told WND little else was taken from her rural Virginia home as she slept alone upstairs – electronics and jewelry were left behind – and she believes the Clintons were behind it.

The break-in, she said, reminded her of the widely reported incident 10 years ago in which she claimed she was threatened near the same Richmond-area home by a stranger just two days before she was to testify against President Clinton in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case.

The theft of the manuscript early Saturday morning was suspicious, she told WND, coming only days after the first mainstream media mention of her upcoming book, which is expected to include accusations of campaign finance violations and new revelations about harassment and threats by the Clintons and their associates.

"Here we go again; it's the same thing that happened before," Willey told WND. "They want you to know they were there. And they got what they wanted. They pretty much managed to terrorize me again. It scared me to death. It's an awful feeling to know you're sound asleep upstairs and someone is downstairs." [...]

Willey said the stolen manuscript was not the book's final copy.

Matthew Sheffield
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