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Kenneth Starr's chief deputy in Little Rock, W. Hickman Ewing Jr. met several times with Rex Armistead, an investigator employed by Richard Mellon Scaife. Armistead was the recipient of $250,000 for his work on the American Spectator's Arkansas Project, and had examined allegations that Clinton protected a ring of Mena, Ark., cocaine smugglers when he was governor. The revelation of the meetings came at a time when Starr was under fire for his own ties to Scaife.

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