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Skeletons in the Closet...

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Skeletons in the Closet...
"Public media should not contain explicit or implied descriptions of sex acts. Our society should be purged of the perverts who provide the media with pornographic material while pretending it has some redeeming social value under the public's 'right to know.' Pornography is pornography, regardless of the source."
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Entered on: 09/24/1998
Send it: Allegedly perpetrated by:
Copy and paste this into an email to a friend. We can make it easy for you. Mail it off with the Netscrap(TM) MailTool. -Kenneth Starr, 1987, interview with Dianne Sawyer - 60 minutes BUT: Excerpt (USA Today, dated, Sept. 29, 1998): URBAN LEGENDS: This week's Internet rumor-quashing involves two e-mails circulating about the Clinton scandal. One letter quotes independent counsel Kenneth Starr from a supposed 1987 60 Minutes interview in which he denounces media intrusion into private lives and rails against the publication of "pornographic material." For the record, "Mr. Starr has never appeared on the news-magazine," says a CBS spokewman. Another e-mail claims that Monica Lewinsky shows up in the movie Wag the Dog. Sorry, gossipmongers-both stories are bogus.

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