August 25, 2004

I’M DEEPLY SKEPTICAL OF THESE CLAIMS ABOUT KERRY AND CHINA from Judicial Watch. The gist is that:

Among the documents released is an investigative outline dated March 27, 1998, that details the FBI’s “proposed areas of inquiry” into the actions of Democratic fund-raiser Johnny Chung, including questioning him about meetings Sen. Kerry set up with China Aerospace executives and about a fund-raising event for the senator in Los Angeles. The other document, dated Aug. 24, 1998, requests a polygraph of Chung, mentioning that he laundered contributions for the Clinton/Gore ’96 election campaign and for Sen. Kerry. The documents are heavily redacted, and Judicial Watch is appealing the FBI’s decision to keep secret portions of the documents.

This is all very preliminary stuff that is a long way from any kind of proof, or even evidence. And fund-raisers — and meetings with foreign companies — are a normal part of any Senator’s work. This seems like more of the same China stuff that I dismissed a while back.

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