Aaron Tonken is the "Hollywood con man sentenced to 63 months in prison last summer  for his scheme to defraud donors and underwriters in connection with his promotion and production of charitable events. In a tell-all book, King of Cons, Tonken recounted organizing the August 2000 fund-raiser and asserted that both Rosen and Sen. Clinton knew about his illegal financing schemes," according to Michelle Malkin in her April 22, 2005, web article. 
Books by Tonken
King of Cons. Exposing the Dirty, Rotten Secrets of the Washington Elite and Hollywood Celebrities, Thomas Nelson, Inc., Hardcover ISBN 1595550003.
- Carl Limbacher, "Clinton Accuser Tonken In Plea Flip-Flop?," NewsMax.com, December 3, 2003.
- "Guilty Plea in Hollywood Fund-Raising Scams," Fox News, December 10, 2003.
- Carl Limbacher, "Fund-raiser Aaron Tonken Writing Hillary Tell-All," NewsMax.com, March 11, 2004.
- Paul M. Rodriguez, "'Mainstream' press catches up on Clinton-Peter Paul story," Insight Magazine, October 5, 2004.
- Michelle Malkin, "Hillary's Hollywood flim-flam man," Jewish World Review and Townhall.com, June 20, 2003.
- Terry Krepel, "The ConWeb's New Favorite Convicted Felon. WorldNetDaily and NewsMax tout a convicted criminal's story in yet another attempt to bash the Clintons," conwebwatch, January 21, 2005.
- Josh Gerstein, "Fund-Raiser's Fall Could Put Damper on Clinton's Hopes for 2008," New York Sun, February 24, 2005.
- Gordon Russell and Martha Carr, "Reggie helps in case vs. Clinton aide: Source says calls taped as part of plea", The Times-Picayune, April 22, 2005.
- Michelle Malkin, "All the Clintons' Bagmen," michellemalkin.com, April 22, 2005.