James McDougal

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James B. McDougal was a banker whose corrupt Whitewater real estate development "tainted President Bill Clinton and landed him in prison", according to the New York Times.[1]

James McDougal's ex-wife spent time in prison for refusing to give testimony dealing with the WhiteWater scandal. When James McDouglas died in prison from cancer, she simply implicated him as he could no longer defend himself.


  1. Testing of a PresidentL The Partner;, Rick Bragss, The New York Times, March 14, 1998.