Publisher: World Heralds
Author: Eric M Turnbull
Ken Starr who led the Whitewater Investigation died Tuesday of complications from surgery at a Houston hospital. He was 76.
Ken Starr was born in 1946 and began his law career.
He obtained a degree at Duke University before clerking for Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger.
He went on to serve as a federal judge under Ronald Reagan's administration.
Starr then became the US Solicitor General under President George H.W. Bush.
In the 1990's, Ken Starr became a national focus after he lead an investigation into real estate deals made by the Clintons during Clinton's early days in Arkansas.
As an independent counsel, Starr was granted the ability to investigate any area of interest.
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