Clinton’s “Crime Spree” might be coming to sudden end.
Reportedly, Michael Smith, an independent investigative journalist from Australia, and a retired police detective, has been requested by the FBI to provide details about a number of allegations of mishandling millions of dollars that had been donated to the Clinton Foundation by the Aussie government.
This discovery, might lead to the real truth about what happened with the Uranium One deal.
The specific documents that Smith had been required to provide allegedly center around a 2006 memorandum of understanding between the Australian government and the Clinton Foundation’s Clinton HIV/AIDs Initiative (CHAI).
According to Smith, the foundation received three distinct financial gains from the Australian Taxpayers totaling $40 million dollars. All this money was obtained unlawfully with the deceitful actions of former President Bill Clinton and Dower, former Australian minister of foreign affairs. Nevertheless, there was no response to the allegations from the Clinton Foundation.
According to Sara Carter: “The memorandum also falsely claimed that her client’s credibility was at issue with the Justice Department because “he was not called as a witness for the corruption cases” against Mikerin and the other defendants. A Justice Department official told this reporter in January that reports that Campbell was not a credible witness “did not reflect” the thinking of DOJ officials.”
the report goes on to say that Toensing pointed out “First, there was no trial because the Baltimore U.S. Attorneys’ office mishandled the case,” also saying that “they filed a Complaint without ever talking with Mr. Campbell. After interviewing him, they filed an Indictment describing him as a “victim,” a term he had never used and one that is legally inept to a person working undercover. All the defendants pleaded guilty.”
She also said that attorneys with “experience in prosecution and national security, a background not applicable to anyone the reporter interviewed, knows that a person who has worked undercover for three decades for both the CIA and the FBI should never be put on the witness stand because all his past undercover work would have to be provided to defense counsel.”
In spite of all the evidence that Campbell found, before 2010, the Obama administration’s Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States approved the sale of the Canadian firm Uranium One to Russia’s nuclear giant Rosatom.
The firm was in control of 20 % of United States’ uranium supply.
Due to the fact that uranium is considered a national security asset, the process needed to be approved by CFIUS, however, Obama administration’s approval was the one that gave Moscow further rights to buy and sell more atomic fuels.
Campbell said in a statement for Congress : “I was speechless and angry in October 2010 when CFIUS approved the Uranium One sale to Rosatom.”
During that time he revealed that he “was deeply worried” that an American company Transportation Logistics International, that was known to have engaged in bribery, kickbacks and money laundering with the Russians, was still transferring sensitive assets even though it had been compromised.
Campbell reportedly explained to the lawmakers, “I expressed these concerns repeatedly to my FBI handlers.”
He said “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.”
Back in the beginning of year 2016, FBI agents who were working with Campbell, gave him a check for over $50,000 after all the Russian nuclear energy corruption cases were done.
In her letter to The Hill, Toensing wrote “Would the government so reward a person about whom it had “serious credibility concerns.”
After it was recently revealed that Dower told the FBI about a particular conversation he had with George Papadopoulos, in May 2016, he really hit the headlines. Papadopoulos, was a campaign aide to President Donald Trump at that time.
Downer revealed to law enforcement officials Papadopoulos allegedly said to him that Russia had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.
According to this, the Clinton Foundation received huge donations from donors who would get favorable decisions by Hillary’s State Department, in exchange, later.
Even though this looks like a really messy situation, people should remain hopeful that President Trump, and the FBI under his leadership will resolve it. Then perhaps, the Clinton Crime Syndicate will finally end for good.