The Washington Times
November 25, 1997
Section: A NATION INSIDE POLITICS
Author: Greg Pierce; THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Webster Hubbell, the former assistant attorney general who ended up in the slammer for cheating his law partners back in Arkansas, regrets he could not fulfill two requests Bill Clinton made when he offered Mr. Hubbell the Justice Department post.
"He said, `Hubb, there are two things I want you to find out for me: One, who killed JFK? And two, are there UFOs?' "
Mr. Hubbell, in an interview with USA Today's Susan Page, added: "I have a photograph of all these files that are still at the FBI about JFK's assassination, but I never got a chance to go over there. But I actually did go to NORAD [North American Air Defense Command] when I was in Colorado Springs and asked them about UFOs. Of course, they denied it."