Subject: Jones Legal Fund Director Complains Of Break-ins
The director of the Paula Jones Legal Fund has complained in court documents that she is being "terrorized" by "Watergate style" break-ins of the fund's offices and computers.
In a document filed with Judge Susan Webber Wright, who presiding in the Jones v. Clinton sexual-misconduct case, Cindy Hays says she has complained to the office of the U.S. Attorney and has spoken to FBI agents.
Hays claims her telephones have been re-routed and disrupted by a sophisticated hacker. She also states that a person or persons unkown called her repeatedly and using a telephone key pad played the French children's song, "Frere Jacque." Hays says some of the bizarre telephone disruptions occurred while on the line with the U.S. Attorney's office and it was that that prompted the FBI's involvement.
The court document includes these complaints and many others which Hays suggests are related to her role in the Paula Jones fund.
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Monday Oct. 13, 1997
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