Kenneth Starr: He Led the Whitewater Investigation Into the Clinton Administration

From a Washington Post obit by Brian Murphy and Adam Bernstein headlined “Kenneth Starr, who led Whitewater probes into Clinton administration. dies at 76”:

Kenneth Starr, a former U.S. solicitor general who led the Whitewater investigation into the Clinton administration that began with probes into alleged improper real estate transactions but grew into wider investigations that led to President Bill Clinton’s impeachment, died Sept. 13 in Houston.

Mr. Starr used his role as independent counsel to move well beyond the initial investigations into real estate transactions in Arkansas during Clinton’s time as that state’s attorney general in the late 1970s and later as governor. The inquests led to questions over perjury by President Bill Clinton over a sexual relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.