Update: Trump lawyer Sekulow confirms that Mr. Digenova is to join Trump's legal team. * * * As we detailed earlier, in the latest sign that the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe is still a ways off, the New York Times reported Monday that the president has decided to hire another lawyer to his legal team. Trump is reportedly bringing on Joseph diGenova, a longtime Washington lawyer who has pushed the theory that the FBI and Justice Department framed Trump in their push to remove him from office. DiGenova isn't expected to take a lead role, but he is expected to be a "more aggressive player on the president's legal team", joining in the middle of negotiations with the special counsel over the parameters of a possible interview with the president. However, there is a caveat: "The hire has not been announced, and Mr. Trump frequently changes his mind and sometimes adjusts his plans based on media coverage. it was not clear whether Mr. Trump planned to hire other lawyers." DiGenova has said during television appearances that a secretive group of FBI agents pulled strings to launch the Russia investigation as a way to stop Trump from becoming president. "There was a brazen plot to illegally exonerate Hillary Clinton and, if she didn't win the election, to then frame Donald Trump with a falsely created crime," he said on Fox News in January. He added, "Make no mistake about it: A group of FBI and DOJ people were trying to frame Donald Trump of a falsely created crime." DiGenova, a former US attorney for Washington DC, has worked in private practice in the district for decades. He was once served as independent counsel during a government waste, fraud and abuse investigation into officials who served during the George HW Bush administration and their search for damaging information on Bill Clinton. In 1995, the longtime Republican said the investigation into the elder Bush was "unnecessary" and a "Kafkaesque journey for a group of innocent Americans comes to an end." The news follows reports that Trump was in talks to hire Emmet T Flood, who represented former President Bill Clinton during his impeachment proceedings. Trump also recently hired Charles Harder, the lawyer who represented Hulk Hogan in his successful defamation lawsuit against Gawker, to assist longtime attorney Michael Cohen in moving a lawsuit against former adult film star Stephanie Clifford - aka Stormy Daniels - into a federal court. Of note, diGenova's wife is former Reagan Justice Department official and former chief counsel of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Victoria Toensing - who happens to represent FBI whistleblower William D. Campbell. After Campbell spent decades working for the CIA, he was "turned over" to the FBI for a decade of counterintelligence work due to relationships he had forged deep within the Russian uranium industry. While undercover, Campbell was required by the Russians - under threat, to launder large sums of money, allowing the FBI to uncover a massive Russian "nuclear money laundering apparatus." Campbell uncovered two related bribery schemes involving Russian nuclear officials, an American trucking company, and efforts to route money to the Clinton Global Initiative through an American lobbying firm in order to overcome regulatory hurdles, according to reports by The Hill and Circa. While undercover, Campbell collected over 5,000 documents and briefs over a six-year period beginning in 2009, some of which are said to detail efforts by Moscow to route money to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) through lobbying firm APCO Worldwide - including video evidence of bribe money related to the Uranium One deal being stuffed into suitcases. “The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over twelve months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement.“ -William Campbell Officials with APCO - the lobbying firm accused of funneling the money to the Clinton Global Initiative, told The Hill that its support for CGI and its work for Russia were not connected in any way, and involved different divisions of the firm. After the details of Campbell's undercover work for the FBI leaked in an October 2017 report by The Hill - Michael Isikoff of Yahoo News and Joel Schectman of Reuters published articles smearing Campbell, saying he was "so unreliable that prosecutors dropped him as a witness" in a case unrelated to his undercover work - while two "senior officials" within the Justice Department fed Congressional investigators the same thing during a December 15 briefing. And after Campbell testified to Congressional investigators in February after an "iron-clad" gat order was lifted, while seriously ill from cancer and suffering from the effects of chemotherapy, Campbell was smeared again - with Reps. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Elijah Cummings (D-MD) firing off a letter to committee Chairmen Trey Gowdy and Devin Nunes over Campbell's "serious credibility concerns," which Victoria Toensing addressed in a scorching letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions in late February. It stands to reason - and this is pure speculation, that if President Trump has been denied access to William Campbell's evidence by the DOJ - revealing money routed to the Clinton charity, Russians stuffing bribe money into briefcases, and bragging about how easily they "bought" the Clintons, diGenova could simply walk into the Oval Office and hand it over.
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China and Russia are teaming up for a joint uranium mining project in Western Russia. The ARMZ Uranium holding subsidiary of Russian state owned energy giant Rosatom will be partnering with the Russia-China Investment fund (RCIF) on the $325 million project in the Zabaikalsky region. The Priargunsky Industrial Mining and Chemical Union will reportedly own 51% of the new project, while ARMZ will hold the remaining 49%. The majority of the financing will come from the China National Nuclear Corporation with a $282 million investment, while the RCIF will put up the rest. The mine has a total reported reserves of 40,000 tons of uranium ore, with an annual capacity of 850,000 tons expected - and will break ground by 2023. China is the first foreign country allowed to invest in Russian uranium mining, which the Kremlin has been aggressively pursuing as part of a "uranium dominance strategy" uncovered by undercover FBI whistleblower William D. Campbell, who supplied the agency with information from the highest levels of Russia's nuclear industry. The strategy included the purchase of Canadian-based Uranium One, which gave the Kremlin rights to 20% of American yellowcake uranium. Campbell told lawmakers the purchase of the Uranium One assets and the securing of billions of new uranium sales contracts inside the United States during the Obama years were part of the “Russian uranium dominance strategy.” -The Hill Campbell, despite being severely ill with cancer, testified before Congress about his undercover work - telling them of a scheme to route millions of dollars to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) through lobbying firm APCO, which was expected to funnel a portion of its annual $3 million lobbying fee to the charity. “The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over twelve months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement.“ -William Campbell Officials with APCO - the lobbying firm accused of funneling the money to the Clinton Global Initiative, told The Hill that its support for CGI and its work for Russia were not connected in any way, and involved different divisions of the firm. Meanwhile, Russia's Rosatom expects to sign foreign contracts worth $26 billion in 2018 for the construction and maintenance of nuclear power plants in India, Iran, Egypt, China and several other countries - including 16 plants in Saudi Arabia.
After a day of taking heat from the President over a "disgraceful" investigation into FISA abuse, Attorney General Jeff Sessions grabbed dinner Wednesday night with his deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and the Solicitor General, Noel Francisco. photo: Axios Sessions and Rosenstein have finished their dinner pic.twitter.com/fDSIwvh6RM — Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 1, 2018 While it's anyone's guess what the trio discussed, the image of Sessions, dining with Rosenstein - who signed off on one or more "Steele dossier" FISA applications - is unmistakable: Sessions enjoys the culinary delights of the swamp. From refusing to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the suspected Awan family spy ring, to seemingly covering for the FBI's mishandling of evidence in the Uranium One case - which Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein were directly involved in, to now relegating the FISA abuse investigation to the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) instead of appointing a second Special Counsel - many believe Sessions has been stonewalling for the establishment. But wait... could this be 4D chess? Perhaps Sessions simply doesn't trust anyone "from the swamp" to lead Special Counsel investigations - and Inspector General Michael Horowitz - who Trump referred to as an "Obama guy," is about to set D.C. on fire with his upcoming OIG report. He also fought the Obama administration for several years to restore OIG powers which the previous administration stripped. You can read more about Horowitz here, and will likely conclude that he's no "Obama guy." Earlier in the day, President Trump fired off an angry tweet rebuking Sessions for asking the OIG - an "Obama guy," to "investigate potentially massive FISA abuse." Trump said the investigation will "take forever, has no prosecutorial power and already late with reports on Comey etc. Isn't the IG an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? DISGRACEFUL!" Why is A.G. Jeff Sessions asking the Inspector General to investigate potentially massive FISA abuse. Will take forever, has no prosecutorial power and already late with reports on Comey etc. Isn’t the I.G. an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? DISGRACEFUL! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 28, 2018 Sessions fired back in a stiffly-worded statement to Trump, defending his handling of the FISA investigation by saying he followed the "appropriate process" by ordering the IG to investigate and that, as long as he remains attorney general, he will "continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor." AG SESSIONS STATEMENT: “We have initiated the appropriate process that will ensure complaints against this Department will be fully and fairly acted upon if necessary...." (1/2) https://t.co/MXsl6QF0r3 — Adam Levine (@cnnadam) February 28, 2018 AG SESSIONS STATEMENT CT'D: "As long as I am the Attorney General, I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor, and this Department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner according to the law and Constitution. “ (2/2) https://t.co/MXsl6QF0r3 — Adam Levine (@cnnadam) February 28, 2018 On its face, Sessions publicly "swimming with the swamp creatures" while appearing to stonewall several legitimate investigations into potential espionage, election interference, and pay-for-play has infuriated those who expected Hillary to be in jail by now, along with the Awans and corrupt FBI and DOJ officials (some of whom are still collecting paychecks). On the other hand, perhaps Sessions knows that Inspector General Michael Horowitz is simply the best man for the job, and today's entire exchange between Trump and Sessions was nothing more than theater while ongoing investigations mature. One has to wonder; in a swampy town like D.C., who would lead a second Special Counsel into anything anyway?
Seemingly unembarrassed for being exposed as funding the Trump Dossier, having benefited from various meddling efforts by Russia, The FBI, and The DNC during her campaign, and being involved in the Uranium One deal with Russia; failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called upon President Trump to act now.. because "the Russians are still coming." As The Hill reports, Clinton accused President Trump of ignoring a threat to national security after Adm. Michael Rogers, head of U.S. Cyber Command, said he has not been directed to counter possible Russian meddling in the 2018 midterm elections. In a tweet, the former Democratic presidential nominee said "the Russians are still coming" and implored Trump to take steps to secure America's voting infrastructure ahead of the midterms. "I say this as a former Secretary of State and as an American: the Russians are still coming. Our intelligence professionals are imploring Trump to act. Will he continue to ignore & surrender, or protect our country?" Clinton tweeted. I say this as a former Secretary of State and as an American: the Russians are still coming. Our intelligence professionals are imploring Trump to act. Will he continue to ignore & surrender, or protect our country?https://t.co/Z6uaSCgdF6 — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 28, 2018 This was immediately leapt upon by the left with CNN political analyst and Democratic strategist Paul Begala accused Trump of being a "wuss" in responding to Russia. “Why is Donald Trump, a man so tough he says he would rush into a school shooting unarmed, why is he such a wuss and a wimp about Russia?” Begala said on “Anderson Cooper 360.” It appears they are forgetting... (via ABC News) ...despite Trump's rhetorical embrace of the autocratic leader and his regime, his administration has taken some big steps to push back on Russia, including some steps that Obama avoided. In December, his administration decided to arm Ukraine with lethal weapons, and his State Department has consistently criticized Russia for leading, arming, and supporting separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine. While the Obama administration increased aid to Ukraine, and rallied European partners to slap Russia with international sanctions, it never crossed the line into providing lethal support. The Trump administration has kept those sanctions in place - and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said they will remain so until Russia withdraws from eastern Ukraine, abides by the peace deals it pledged to support - known as the Minsk agreements - and returns Crimea to Ukraine, four years after it began its illegal annexation of the territory. In fact, in June, the Trump Treasury Department actually expanded those sanctions to include 38 new individuals and companies, including two Russian officials, for their alleged involvement in the ongoing violence in Ukraine and the occupation of Crimea. The move was largely meant to bring the U.S. up to date with the European partners' sanctions and with the changing figures and aliases of the shadowy pro-Russian actors in Ukraine. In response, however, Russia retaliated by forcing the U.S. to shrink its diplomatic missions in Russia. Trump responded by "thanking" Putin "because we're trying to cut down on payroll," again stoking outrage. But his administration took a bold step, expelling a number of Russian diplomats, and more important, shutting down two Russian facilities in New York and Washington and the Russian consulate in San Francisco - reportedly a major spy hub for the country. The other foreign policy pursuits that his administration has used to push back on Russia are the airstrikes on Russia's client Bashar al-Assad in Syria for the use of chemical weapons; the expansion of domestic energy production and the sale of U.S. liquefied natural gas to counter Russia's energy strong-arming of European neighbors; and more sanctions on Russian officials for corruption and human rights abuses under the Magnitsky Act. Presumably, nothing short of bombing Moscow would resolve the Left's insistence that Russian meddling is akin to Pearl Harbor or 9/11?
Nunes says that a string of subpoenas will be issued very soon. The Obama admin who helped with the dossier was part of the Uranium one deal. Japan says NK is buying oil on the black market. The UN peace deal is in effect but the deep state is up to its old tricks, they attack during peace.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit http://FinanceArmageddon.blogspot.com or http://lindseywilliams101.blogspot.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
A former Trump campaign aide and longtime business partner of Paul Manafort, Rick Gates, has changed his previously plea from innocent to guilty to two charges in a scheme in which Special Counsel Robert Mueller claims more than $75 million flowed through secret accounts set up by the pair. Gates will plead guilty - the third to do so by someone tied directly to Trump's campaign - to a conspiracy to defraud the United States "by impeding, impairing, obstructing and defeating" the DOJ and Treasury, and a second count of lying to authorities over his work with Manafort in Ukraine by giving a "materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statement" to the Special Counsel's office. Gates and Manafort stand accused of laundering over $18 million in income related to lobbying activities on behalf of the former President of Ukraine, through his firm, DMI - of which Gates transferred over $3 million from offshore accounts to accounts he controlled. Manafort and Gates used millions of dollars from the offshore accounts to pay for personal expenses, including the payment of Gates' mortgage, his children's tuition, and even interior decorating for his Virginia home, Mueller claims. In a statement, Manafort maintained his innocence. “Notwithstanding that Rick Gates pled today, I continue to maintain my innocence. I had hoped and expected my business colleague would have had the strength to continue the battle to prove our innocence. For reasons yet to surface he chose to do otherwise. This does not alter my commitment to defend myself against the untrue piled up charges contained in the indictments against me.” Mueller requested that the trial against Manafort and Gates to begin May 14, citing over half a million pieces of evidence, including imaged copies of 87 electronic devices. Gates will testify against Manafort in upcoming proceedings, and has been granted permission to travel to Boston with his children for spring break in the first week of March while wearing a GPS monitor. Based on court guidelines, he faces between 57 and 71 months in prison, however the Prosecution may request a shorter sentence. Several new tax and bank fraud charges were levied against the pair this week by Mueller, which detail a scheme to launder over tens of millions in income and mask over $10 million from Cypriot entities which were disguised as loans. In total, the two face 32 charges - 20 more than the original 12 count indictment. Mueller indicted the pair last October for laundering millions of dollars earned while acting as unregistered agents of the former Ukrainian government. In the superseding indictment filed on Thursday in federal court in Washington, they face new charges of tax evasion and bank fraud, as Bloomberg reported on Thursday. "Manafort and Gates generated tens of millions of dollars in income as a result of their Ukraine work," the new indictment said. "From approximately 2006 through the present, Manafort and Gates engaged in a scheme to hide income from United States authorities, while enjoying the use of the money." NBC News reported yesterday that at least some of the bank fraud charges hinge on whether Manafort promised Stephen Calk, a Chicago Banker and president of the Federal Savings Bank, a position on Trump's Council of Economic Advisers in August 2016. Manafort received three loans in total from Calk's bank. Manafort borrowed nearly $18 million from the bank in 2016 and 2017. Via NBC: Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is now investigating whether there was a quid pro quo agreement between Manafort and Calk. Manafort left the Trump campaign in August 2016 after the millions he had earned working for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine drew media scrutiny. Calk did not receive a job in President Donald Trump's cabinet. The sources say the three loans were questioned by other officials at the bank, and one source said that at least one of the bank employees who felt pressured into approving the deals is cooperating with investigators. In court filings Friday related to Manafort's bail, federal prosecutors said they have "substantial evidence" that a loan made from the bank to Manafort using the Virginia and Hamptons properties as collateral was secured through false representations made by Manafort, including misstatements of income. Meanwhile, Mueller's team was able to persuade US District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson to deny Paul Manafort's modified bail package, noting that the properties pledged towards his $10 million bond was "unsatisfactory," due to the fact that the property in question was already collateral on a loan for another property which Manafort may default on. Gates' guilty plea follows weeks of speculation and a change in legal representation for Gates, who dropped lawyers Shanlon Wu, Walter Mack and Annemarie McAvoy for Sidley Austin senior counsel and personal acquaintance of Robert Mueller, Thomas C. Green. Protecting Podesta? Manafort worked closely with the Podesta Group as one of six lobbying firms to help Ukraine into the European Union between 2012 and 2014. Founded by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and his brother Tony, while operated by the latter, the Podesta Group was subpoenaed by Robert Mueller's team last August in order to obtain testimony from executives who worked on the campaign. Of note, while Manafort's firm earned $17 million consulting for Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's pro-Russia ‘Party of Regions.’ During the same period, Manafort oversaw a lobbying campaign for the pro-Russia “Centre for a Modern Ukraine,” (ECMU) a Brussels based think tank linked to Yanukovych which was pushing for Ukraine’s entry into the European Union. The Podesta group, operating under Manafort, earned over $1.2 million as part of that effort. Curiously, the Podesta Group was clearly tipped off to Manafort's investigation, as the firm retroactively filed DOJ forms they should have filed years earlier to disclose their work with the Centre for a Modern Ukraine and the Obama administration. The Washington Examiner reported last August: Back in April, the powerful Washington lobbying firm run by Clinton ally Tony Podesta filed a document admitting its work for the pro-Russia European Centre for a Modern Ukraine may have principally benefited a foreign government. New disclosures revealed dozens of previously unreported interactions the firm made with influential government offices, including Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the office of former Vice President Joe Biden, while lobbying on behalf of the center. Embattled ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort failed to disclose his extensive lobbying efforts on behalf of the center at the time as well. One of the filings is for Tony Podesta himself, who was a bundler for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Tony and his brother John–Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman–co-founded the lobbying firm in 1988. Gates' guilty plea suggests that he and Manafort "tricked" Podesta, ostensibly "company A" or "company B," into their money laundering scheme: "To conceal the scheme, Manafort and GATES developed a false and misleading cover story that would distance themselves and the Government of Ukraine, Yanukovych, and the Party of Regions from the Centre, Company A, and Company B. For instance, in the wake of extensive press reports on Manafort and his connections with Ukraine, on August 16, 2016 GATES communicated false talking points to Company B in writing." Paul Manafort, on the other hand, was indicted last October for - among other things, failing to register for the same work that Podesta retroactively "remembered to file" as the Mueller investigation was heating up. While the Podesta Group was disbanded shortly after Tony Podesta stepped down last year in the wake of the Mueller inquiry, a former longtime executive of the now-defunct lobbying firm who has been "extensively" interviewed by Robert Mueller's team revealed to Fox that Manafort and the Podesta group had been working together since at least 2011 on behalf of Russian interests, and that Manafort was at the Podesta Group offices "all the time, at least once a month," peddling influence through the ECMU think-tank. Manafort allegedly brought a "parade of Russian oligarchs" to Congress for meetings with members and their staffs, however, Russia's "central effort" was to get to the Obama administration." We don't expect much of Manafort and Podesta's alleged "oligarch peddling" operation to see the light of day, considering that it would implicate the Obama administration and directly ties to the Uranium One deal that Mueller's FBI should have prevented from happening based on evidence from an undercover operative in the Russian nuclear industry, but who knows - maybe Manafort will write a book in prison depending on how things shake out. Rick Gates, on the other hand, should be out in 18 months, returning home to wife and four kids.
The attorney for an FBI informant who was deeply embedded in the Russian nuclear industry is demanding that Attorney General Jeff Sessions investigate a coordinated smear campaign against her client. After several decades working for the CIA and the FBI, William Douglas Campbell uncovered two related bribery schemes involving Russian nuclear officials, an American trucking company, and efforts to route money to the Clinton Global Initiative through an American lobbying firm in order to overcome regulatory hurdles, according to reports by The Hill and Circa. After details of Campbell's undercover work for the FBI first emerged in an October 2017 report by The Hill - which did not divulge his name, Michael Isikoff of Yahoo News and Joel Schectman of Reuters published articles smearing Campbell, saying he was "so unreliable that prosecutors dropped him as a witness" in a case unrelated to his undercover work - while two "senior officials" within the Justice Department fed Congressional investigators the same thing during a December 15 briefing. Both statements were lies, as the case was related to Campbell's undercover work, and he was dropped as a witness after the Baltimore U.S. Attorney's office botched their case, which Campbell's testimony would have weakened. (Isikoff's name may ring a bell, as a Yahoo News article he wrote after being fed information by former UK spy Christopher Steele was used as supporting evidence alongside the "Steele Dossier" in a FISA warrant application to surveil the Trump campaign). As part of the smear, Campbell's name was also divulged in a public filing by the DOJ, "making him unemployable in the industry and leaving him to survive on Social Security" after decades of loyal service to both the CIA and the FBI. Campbell testified to Congressional investigators in February after an "iron-clad" gag order was lifted. Campbell's lawyer Victoria Toensing, a former Reagan Justice Department official and former Chief Counsel to the Senate Intelligence Committee, fired off a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday demanding an investigation into Campbell's character assassination - CC'ing DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, along with several Congressional Investigators and others involved in the matter. The letter reads: "We write on behalf of our client, William Douglas Campbell, to request an investigation of disclosures by anonymous "federal officials" to the media and of Congressional briefings by "senior officials" of the Justice Department. The former provided false information about Mr. Campbell to the media. The latter provided false information about Mr. Campbell to Senate and House committees." Cloak and Dagger After Campbell spent decades working for the CIA, he was "turned over" to the FBI for counterintelligence work due to relationships he had forged deep within the Russian uranium industry. While undercover, Campbell was required by the Russians - under threat, to launder large sums of money, allowing the FBI to uncover a massive Russian "nuclear money laundering apparatus." The Russians forced Campbell to deliver bribes from Maryland transportation company TLI in $50,000 increments to Russian nuclear official Vadim Mikerin of Russian state-owned uranium subsidiary, Tenex. Campbell did so under the direction of the FBI in order to maintain his cover, fronting hundreds of thousands of dollars he says he was never reimbursed for. While undercover, Campbell collected over 5,000 documents and briefs over a six-year period beginning in 2009, some of which are said to detail efforts by Moscow to route money to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) through lobbying firm APCO Worldwide - including video evidence of bribe money related to the Uranium One deal being stuffed into suitcases. “The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over twelve months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement.“ -William Campbell Officials with APCO - the lobbying firm accused of funneling the money to the Clinton Global Initiative, told The Hill that its support for CGI and its work for Russia were not connected in any way, and involved different divisions of the firm. As a result of Campbell's work, the FBI pieced together evidence of a "Russian uranium dominance strategy" involving Tenex, TLI, and a pay-for-play scheme to route money to the Clinton charity to obtain approval from the Obama administration for the purchase of Uranium One, while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. In January, TLI co-president Mark Lambert was charged in an 11-count indictment in connection with the scheme, while Vadim Mikerin, who resides in Maryland, was prosecuted in 2015 and is halfway through a four-year sentence. Despite the FBI's knowledge of the money laundering scheme - while Robert Mueller was the Director, the Obama administration approved the related deal for Tenex to purchase Uranium One. When Campbell asked the FBI why all of the illegal schemes he uncovered weren't being prosecuted, he was explicitly told it was political: “I remember one response I got from an agent when I asked how it was possible CFIUS would approve the Uranium One sale when the FBI could prove Rosatom was engaged in criminal conduct. His answer: ‘Ask your politics,’ ” Campbell said. To thank him for his service, the FBI presented Campbell with a check for $51,000 at a 2016 celebration dinner in Chrystal City, VA. This was, of course, before the 2016 election - and before Congress began digging into relationships involving Russia. “My FBI handlers praised my work," testified Campbell. "They told me on various occasions that details from the undercover probe had been briefed directly to FBI top officials. On two occasions my handlers were particularly excited, claiming that my undercover work had been briefed to President Obama as part of his daily presidential briefing,” Campbell told Congress. Railroaded In a move which can only be interpreted as an effort to protect the FBI, the Obama administration and the Clintons, AG Jeff Sessions and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein originally tried to suggest the nuclear bribery case uncovered by Campbell is not connected to the Uranium One deal. Via John Solomon of The Hill last November: “Attorney General Jeff Sessions in testimony last week and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in a letter to the Senate last month tried to suggest there was no connection between Uranium One and the nuclear bribery case. Their argument was that the criminal charges weren’t filed until 2014, while the Committee of Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) approval of the Uranium One sale occurred in October 2010.” In response, several congressional republicans pushed back: “Attorney General Sessions seemed to say that the bribery, racketeering and money laundering offenses involving Tenex’s Vadim Mikerin occurred after the approval of the Uranium One deal by the Obama administration. But we know that the FBI’s confidential informant was actively compiling incriminating evidence as far back as 2009,” Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-Fla.) told The Hill. “It is hard to fathom how such a transaction could have been approved without the existence of the underlying corruption being disclosed. I hope AG Sessions gets briefed about the CI and gives the Uranium One case the scrutiny it deserves,” added DeSantis, whose House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittees is one of the investigating panels. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) sent a similar rebuke last week to Rosenstein, saying the deputy attorney general’s first response to the committee “largely missed the point” of the congressional investigations. “The essential question is whether the Obama Justice Department provided notice of the criminal activity of certain officials before the CFIUS approval of the Uranium One deal and other government decisions that enabled the Russians to trade nuclear materials in the U.S,” Grassley scolded." “This is not just about bribery and kickbacks but about a U.S. company that was transporting yellow-cake for the Russians with our approval,” an unnamed U.S. Intelligence official told journalist Sara Carter in December, adding “This should raise serious questions. Following the outcry, Sessions ordered Justice Department prosecutors to begin asking FBI agents to explain what they did with Campbell's evidence, and why it didn't factor into the Uranium One deal, according to NBC news. Where that investigation has gone, one can only imagine. A senior law enforcement official who was briefed on the initial FBI investigation told NBC News there were allegations of corruption surrounding the process under which the U.S. government approved the sale. But no charges were filed. And now, Victoria Toensing has another serious question for Jeff Sessions; will he get to the bottom of the coordinated effort to smear William Douglas Campbell - a man who dutifully served the CIA and FBI for decades until he chose an opportune moment to reveal a monumental corruption? We aren't holding our breath, but hey - Inspector General Michael Horowitz was CC'd on the letter, so there's hope.
Силовики шерстят институт Рафаэля Хакимова; Павел Сигал нашел нового управляющего Автоградбанка; Марат Садыков выбрал новым главврачом 7-й горбольницы доверенного однокурсника; татарская общественность обижена забвением знаковых дат; в челнинской мэрии открыт сезон отставок — об этих и других темах недели читайте в очередной подборке «БИЗНЕС Online».
Uranium One - это скандал, который не случился или происходит лишь с опозданием. Факт остается фактом: ФБР рассматривало дело Uranium One так, чтобы не создать непосредственные проблемы для политики и политических интересов Обамы и Хиллари Клинтон.
Кроме того в добавление к заявлению Трампа, обвиняющему демократов в государственной измене, он дал пару интервью, в которых проинформировал зарегистрированных избираетелей США, что возглавляемый им комитет конгресса по разведке помимо ФБР расследует Государственный Департамент на предмет его участия в незаконном получении разрешения на прослушку советника Трмапа Пейджа, который к тому же оказался агентом ФБР.
В катастрофе «Ан-148» погибли ключевые свидетели по делу Хиллари Клинтон ( информационное агентство )
На главном протрамповском ресурсе “INFO WARS“ вчера сообщили, что в разбившемся в Домодедово АН-148 летели высокопоставленные руководители Росатома, которые были ключевыми свидетелями в деле о взятке госсекретарю Хиллари Клинтон, которую ей дали, чтобы она разрешила покупку Росатомом “Uranium One“ - компании, занимающейся разработкой месторождений урана в США, Канаде и ряде других мест. Особо хочется отметить, что именно дело “Uranium One“ позволило Трампу развернуть в свою пользу дело о вмешательстве ......
Victor Davis Hanson, National ReviewThe FISA-gate, Clinton emails, and Uranium One scandals are sort of reaching a consensus. Many things quite wrong and illegal were done by both Hillary Clinton and her entourage and members of the Obama agencies and administration — both the acts themselves and the cover-ups and omissions that ensued ...
Возникает вопрос: а зачем моим читателям разбираться в интригах серпентария, сидящего в Вашингтонском болоте, и следить за попытками Трампа осушить это болото? Ответ очень простой - часть серпентария в этом болоте ставит своей задачей уничтожить Россию вместе с моими читателями и готово ради этой цели подставить под уничтожение США. Причем болото болотом называет президент США и упорно пытается его осушить, а его электоральная база упорно пытается ему напомнить, что главным обещанием его избирательной кампании было его обещание посадить Хиллари Клинтон за решетку.Самое интересное это то, что на Российском телевидинье люди, которые годами призывали возлюбить град на холме, когда этот этот холм был болотом и серпентарий извивался в нем, не беспокоясь о возможном осушении этого болота, вдруг стали оголтелыми антиамериканцами как только к власти в США пришел президент, не стесняющий открыто выражать симпатии к России и желание увидеть в ней союзника. Такое впечатление, что в России есть мощная группировка, которая вполне разделяет цели серпентария в Вашингтонском болоте, так как их категорически не устраивает Америка, являющаяся союзником России или даже относящаяся к ней нейтрально. Что собственно неудивительно, если учесть, что самые ценные куски советскиой собственности были розданы им американскими советниками, сидевшими в российских министерствах, когда в Вашингтонском болоте серпентарием командовала крыса по кличке БастиндаИменно для этого я стараюсь проинформировать своих читателей о попыткамх Трампа осушить болото, но мне все время мешает необходимость хоть как то комментирвать события первостепенной важности, особенно те, которые подтверждают мою точку зрения на администрацию президента Трампа, Ну вот как например я могу не прокомментировать то, что на главном протрамповском ресурсе "INFO WARS" сегодня сообщили, что в разбившемся в Домодедово АН-148 летели высокопоставленные руководители Россатома, которые были ключевыми свидетелями в деле о взятке госсекретарю Хиллари Клинтоно, которую ей дали чтобы она разрешила покупку Россатомом "Uranium One" - компании, занимающейся разработкой месторождений урана в США, Канаде и ряде других мест. С 26-ой минутыОсобо хочется отметить, что именно дело "Uranium One" позволило Трампу развернуть в свою пользу дело о вмешательстве якобы Российских спецслужб в выборы в США, обвинив в сотрудничестве с ними Хиллари Клинтон и ФБР. И у меня есть очень серьезные основания полагать, что именно эти "Россйские спецслужбы" организовали в 2011 году беспорялки на Болотной площади, а позже принесли в жертву Бориса Немцова для того, чтобы обвинить в его смерти бесчеловечный режим Владимира Путина и организовать ту самую угрозу государству Российскому, на которую это государство в своей новой военной доктрине обещает ответить примением ядерного оружия первым. Во всяком случае я помню как в 2011 году эксперт журнала "Economist" lucas именно так расценил вышеупомянутое предупреждение российской военной доктрины, в том смысле, что попытка спровоцировать в Москве события, аналогичные Киевскому Майдану в 2014 году, будет ядерным казус белли. А к его мнению стоит прислушаться, так как именно с его сообщения о том, что Янукович заехал в Сочи и договорился с ВВП о вступлении Украины в Таможенный Союз и необходимости похерить ее вступление в ЕС и получения безвиза, и начался вышеупомянутый Майдан в разгар Сочинской Олимпиады. В том то и дело, что это все нью йоркские слухи, то есть приключения тела, а приключения духа это как раз описание всплытия кусков правды со дна Вашингтонского болота, и я наивнно считаю, что описание этих интриг придает смысл слухам = приключениям тела, которые я за недостатком сил описываю далеко не все. Например у меня нет сил анализировать слух о том, как именно Израиль поддержал позицию России по вопросу участия СССР во Второй Мировой, и почему этим он многократно усилил попытки Трампа осушить Вашингтонское болото, а также то, как в Сирии и Ираке США и Турция были на грани военных действий из-за курдов, а Россия была как бы не причем, что несомненно является в этой ситуации наиболее выгодной позицией. И вдруг раз - и отданный неизвестно кем приказ якобы российским ЧВК появиться в районе на восточном берегу Ефрата, где им была приготовлена ловушка, сводит на нет все преимущества России в курдской политике, а Россия до этого момента всегда была предельно корректна с курдами, что было одним из ее главных преимущества России на Большом Ближнем Востоке. Кроме того после уничтожения множества солдат этих ЧВК Россия оказывается втянута в такую круговерть, что все преимущества ее положения оказываются сведены к нулю, а любая попытка ответить как положено на эту провокацию приведет к импичмету Трампа и полному разгулу серпентария в Вашингтонском болоте. А после того как Израилю сообщили его "друзья" из определенных спецслужб, что Израильский самолет был сбит ракетами, которые Россия в нарушение договоренностей с Израилем передала Сирии в отместку за расстрел Российских ЧВК, а также для того чтобы продемострировать на израильском истребителе свою способность сбивать истребители американские, мир в Сирии, оплаченный дорогой ценой, стал похож на начало большой войны. Большой войны не только на Ближнем Востоке, а и на Украине, где Россия категорически не хотела участвовать в ужасно мерзких хохлосрачах, но теперь видимо придется, так как именно там можно найти американские ЧВК, которым можно передать привет от их Российских коллег в Сирии. Ну или утереться как в Пхенчхане. Вот интересно, тот, кто отдал приказ Вагнеровцам половить рыбку в мутной воде Ефрата, он никак не связан с делом Ураниум-1 и с досье на Трампа, которое позволило на "законных" основаниях прослушивать избирательную кампанию Трампа, о чем на прошлой неделе рассказал Дэвин Нуньес, раскрутивший дело о Российском отделении Черного Миропроекта?Paypal: [email protected]
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Attorney Victoria Toensing on an FBI informant's allegations related to the Uranium One deal.
Эта большая статья The Hill об эпизоде внутри клановой борьбы в США, о том, что информатор ФБР, осведомлённый о сделке по продаже (России) фирмы «Uranium One», вчера, в письменном и устном виде рассказал трем комитетам конгресса, каким образом Москва направляла миллионы долларов на благотворительную деятельностью Билла Клинтона, в целях получения контроля над ядерной отраслью США. У нас в СМИ кратко описали этот факт, опустив существенные подробности, к концу вам станет ясно почему. Информатор - Дуглас Кэмпбелл, именно тот персонаж, 50000 документов собранные которым и свидетельства которого, послужили основанием для суда над гражданином РФ Микериным. 14 комментариев
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