Susan McDougal was one of four people who really knew what went on in Whitewater. Her ex-husband Jim was another, and the remaining two occupied the White House. So when independent counsel Kenneth Starr decided that she was the only credible witness, he pressured her to testify against the Clintons. But according to McDougal's book, Starr wasn't interested in the truth. He already knew what he wanted her to say, and when she refused to say it he threw her in jail for contempt -- for nearly two years.
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