Ken Starr, Whose Investigation Led To Bill Clinton Impeachment, Dies At 76

Ken Starr, Whose Investigation Led To Invoice Clinton Impeachment, Dies At 76

Ken Starr, who headed the investigation that led to the impeachment of president Invoice Clinton for mendacity about his affair with White Home intern Monica Lewinsky, died on Tuesday. He was 76.

Starr died in Houston, Texas, of issues from surgical procedure, his household stated in a press release.

A former decide and conservative authorized stalwart, Starr was finest identified for main the probe that resulted in Clinton’s December 1998 impeachment by the then Republican-controlled Home of Representatives.

The Democratic president was acquitted by the Senate the next 12 months.

Starr’s involvement with Clinton started when he was appointed particular counsel in 1994 to analyze a land deal generally known as Whitewater involving Invoice and Hillary Clinton.