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Alexander S. Wiener (March 16, 1907 €” November 6, 1976), American physician, immunohematologist. | Prabook wiener bio CNN 4:30 time served SCRIBD

Hillary Clinton: I had some really tough clients. I had one appear, a prosecutor called me years ago, said that he had a guy who was accused of rape...and the guy wanted a woman lawyer...

Roy Reed: Mmh. Why?

Hillary: Would I do it as a favor to him.

Roy Reed: That's really odd.

Clinton: He said, you know, "Can't prove anything!" Can see a slight trace but it wouldn't be enough to test, all that." So I wrote back told Mahlon Gibson that I had...well, sorry I can't remember his name but I cut out who's who and I wrote all that stuff and I handed it to Mahlon Gibson, and I said, “Well this guy’s ready to come up from New York to prevent this miscarriage of justice.” [laughs]

According to crazy Hillary, the lab threw away the cut out with blood on it. That's doesn't make any sense and refutes every article written on this case. They tested it too.

Hillary: But you know what was sad about it was that the prosecutors had evidence, among which was his underwear.

Roy Reed: His what?

Hillary: His underwear which was bloody. Was sent down to the lab. The crime lab took the pair of underpants, neatly cut out the part that they were going to test..tested it.

Hillary: So they presented the underpants with a hole in it. "I said what kind of evidence is that?" You know a pair of underpants with a hole in it. Course the crime lab had thrown away.

Roy Reed: Oh.

Hillary: The piece that they'd cut out. It was really odd. I mean I plea baragined it down because it turned out they didn't have any evidence.

Hillary changed the story just a little (2003) by importing the judge, but she maintained that it was Gibson's idea. This fact fiction by PF does not highlight two huge discrepancies such as Gibson's claim that she called him, and his non-involvement at the origin. Mahlon Gibson is the origin of Clinton taking this case.

There can be no stronger evidence that BS was added decades later than Hillary not offering any of this in her unguarded interview some twenty years earlier. All of this garbage was falsely added to dampen her defense of the horrific rape of a child. Note how PF omits the very important detail about when Hillary supposedly called him. Gibson is lying about Hillary calling him. That is clear.

Gibson said Clinton called him shortly after the judge assigned her to the case and said, “I don't want to represent this guy. I just can't stand this. I don't want to get involved. Can you get me off?”

According to Gibson, Clinton called him and said, "I don't want to represent this guy. I just can't stand this. I don't want to get involved. Can you get me off?"

"I told her, ‘Well, contact the judge and see what he says about it,’ but I also said, ‘Don't jump on him and make him mad,’ " Gibson said. "She contacted the judge, and the judge didn't remove her, and she stayed on the case."

Clinton remembered the case differently in Living History. In it, she wrote that Washington County prosecutor Mahlon Gibson "called to tell me an indigent prisoner accused of raping a twelve-year-old girl wanted a woman lawyer. Gibson had recommended that the criminal court judge, Maupin
Cummings, appoint me
. I told Mahlon I really don’t feel comfortable taking on such a client, but
Mahlon gently reminded me that I couldn’t very well refuse the judge’s request."

Dale Gibson, the investigator, doesn’t recall seeing evidence that the girl had fabricated previous attacks…..The victim was visibly stunned when handed the affidavit by a reporter this fall. “It kind of shocks me – it’s not true,” she said. “I never said anybody attacked my body before, never in my life.” glen thrush 8:50 July 5, 2014

“When I was a 27-year-old attorney doing legal aid work at the [University of Arkansas] where I taught in Fayetteville, Arkansas, I was appointed by the local judge to represent a criminal defendant accused of rape,” she said. “I asked to be relieved of that responsibility, but I was not. And I had a professional duty to represent my client to the best of my ability, which I did.”

Politifact was unable to locate any record that Clinton was appointed by a judge to take the case. June 25, 2014 Wednesday

Mahlon Gibson:
“I’ve had one conversation in my life with Hillary Clinton that I can remember, and I think that’s the only one I ever had really… …He [Taylor] was accused of raping a 12-year old girl and he didn’t have funds to hire an attorney. The public defender was appointed to represent him and for some reason the public defender, I guess, wanted off or couldn’t handle it, I don’t know what the problem was there. But Judge Cummings relieved him and appointed Hillary. She was appointed to that case.”

Taylor was assigned a public defender in the case but Gibson said he quickly “started screaming for a woman attorney” to represent him. June 25, 2014

Clinton claims her expert received the Nobel for discovery of the Rh(esus) factor (a type of protein on the surface of red blood cells). The Rh factor was discovered in 1937 by Drs. Karl Landsteiner, Alexander Wiener and Philip Levine. Dr. Landsteiner did receive the Nobel Prize in 1930 “for his (1901) discovery of human blood groups” (not for the decades later discovery of Rh). And Landsteiner died on June 26, 1943 – more than 30 years before paper-plant worker Thomas Taylor raped an elementary school girl off an highway in Arkansas.

Neither Alexander Wiener nor Philip Levine, highly accomplished clinicians, was awarded a Nobel Prize. However, Wiener did live in Brooklyn – and considering how fast-and-loose the Clinton camp plays with facts, that may be as real as it gets. With such independently verifiable aspects of her story being untrue, it’s up to the public to decide whether or not it can believe Clinton’s word, or that of her ghostwriters or spokesperson(s) vis--vis the non-verifiable aspects.

The case was based on two male witnesses, the girl and the DNA evidence on Taylor's underwear. The crime lab cut a hole out of the underwear to test, then sent the rest of the underwear back to investigators and threw away the portion they tested.

Hillary Clinton laughs about getting off a sicko who raped a 12 year old girl in 1975

To find out if you’re a psychopath like Hillary Rodham Clinton, go here.

Dr. Wiener spent most of his career working at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. He also helped the police with many investigations, using his identifications of blood types to help solve crimes. His original intent was to find as many factors in blood to make blood as identifiable as a fingerprint. Of course, with modern DNA technology, that is now possible.

John Barry Baker, the public defender Taylor fired in favor of Rodham, was struck by her intensity when he hitched a ride with her to the crime scene.

“Taylor was alleged to have raped this girl in a car right near a very busy highway — I told her it seems sort of improbable and she immediately agreed,” said Baker, who remembered Rodham as “smart, capable and very focused.”

On May 21, 1975, Tom Taylor rose in court to demand that Washington County Judge Maupin Cummings allow him to fire his male court-appointed lawyer in favor of a female atto

He still lived in the same house his father had been born and now had a huge fence around it.

She falsely claimed that Alexander Weiner lived in the same house his father (George) was born in. That was easily proven to be a lie by reading his wiki page. provided the birth year of 1885 and the same immigration year of 1903.

Alexander Solomon Wiener was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of George Wiener, an attorney who had emigrated from Russia in 1903

"He still lived in the same house where his father had been born and now had a huge fence around it." new article 90 maple/wiener

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