Susan McDougal's talk of June 16th is on C-Span. I don't think it will be replayed. The segment can be purchased information here
(ID: 193142 - 06/17/2006 - 0:54 - $24.95).
She compared American civil prisons such as those she was held in to military prisons in which we are holding people suspected of terrorist acts (or held simply so someone won't have to admit they were picked up for stupid reasons). She said that civil prison administrators make it clear to guards which prisoners are fair game for abuse. Many of the torments suffered by targeted prisoners in civil prisons are as bad as those of Guantanamo.
She also showed how heavily politicized the Whitewater "investigation" was. She criticized Democrats for using her and her husband as scapegoats to deflect criticism from the Clintons, saying that che called Richard Ben-Veniste to volunteer to speak to the D'Amato committee and he refused. Michael Chertoff called up and when he heard what she wanted to say, "Click."
Her praise of Bill and Hillary as President and First Lady was warm. Her exposition of how Ken Starr's investigation had a Christian face and the devil's heart was compelling.
Really, Mr. Starr and Judge Wright: how do you live with yourselves? You have the moral sensibility of algae.
Anyway, it's good to know that there are still real live heroes and heroines in this country. Susan McDougal, who went to jail rather than lie about the Clintons, is at the head of the list.
[Edited to mollify fussy readers who want what I write to make sense. Hmph!]