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  • After a moment, during which Jones attempted to collect herself, she told Blackard much of what had happened. 1992: Jones, who had since married, gave birth to a child.

    Civil Action No. Lr-C-94-290

  • Blackard and Ballentine were both quoted, but not prominently, and the average reader may have missed the import of their testimony.

    Clinton V. Paula Jones

  • Pamela Blackard had been sitting with Jones at the registration desk in the hotel lobby, when she noticed Clinton "staring intently" at Paula; and Blackard was there when the state trooper approached with his request.

    Clinton V. Paula Jones

  • About 10 minutes later, Jones returned "shaking," Blackard said.

    Clinton V. Paula Jones

  • She told Blackard, in detail, about Clinton's unwelcome overtures, but urged her not to tell anyone.

    Clinton V. Paula Jones

  • But after interviewing her girlfriends Blackard and Ballentine, he changed his mind.

    Clinton V. Paula Jones

  • ANNOUNCER: On the corner of Wabash and Blackard (ph), on the banks of the Chicago River in Chicago, this is AMERICAN MORNING, on the road, with Bill Hemmer, and Soledad O'Brien.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2004

  • "Until that time, I guess we never thought of him as being dead," Blackard said.

    Gates, James W.

  • Blackard said though her mother continued to search for information, hope dimmed as time passed.

    Gates, James W.

  • "This still doesn't close anything," Blackard said,

    Gates, James W.


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