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Wikileaks Has Dropped All The Evidence Needed To Destroy Robert Mueller’s Career

We now have confirmation folks!

With every passing day, we get more and more information about the corruption that engulfs the FBI to its core. Today we are getting confirmation that former President Barack Hussein Obama’s Uranium One deal is leading to more and more questions concerning the corruption in the Justice Department, Obama Administration and former Secretary of State Crooked Hillary Clinton.
This is the same deal where the US gave 20% of its uranium to the nation the Democrats describe as America’s number one enemy, Russia.

New documents are now pointing the finger at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for facilitating the transfer of highly enriched uranium previously confiscated by the U.S. Department of Energy during a 2006 nuclear smuggling sting operation involving one Russian national and several Georgian accomplices.

And who delivered that uranium to the Kremlin? None other than former FBI Director Robert Mueller. The same hack how is now leading a gang of biased Democrat operatives in a witch hunt against our new President, his associates, and his family.

In 2009 the Kremlin requested a ten-gram sample of highly enriched uranium seized in early 2006 in Georgia during a nuclear smuggling sting operation involving one Russian national and several Georgian accomplices. The seized HEU was transferred to U.S. custody and was being held at a secure DOE facility. In response to the Russian request, the Georgian Government authorized the United States to share a sample of the material with the Russians for forensic analysis. And all this was delivered by Mueller himself, which led to a huge pay off to Secretary Killary Clinton in the way of a “Contribution,” to the Clinton Foundation.

Via Wikileaks:

2009 AMBASSADOR BEYRLE E-MAIL D. 08 MOSCOW
521

Classified By: EUR/PRA: KATHLEEN MORENSKI
PER E.O. 12958: REASONS 1.4 (A) AND (G).

1. (SBU) This is an action request: Embassy Moscow pleasesee para 6 and 7; and Embassy Tbilisi please see para 8.

2. (S/NF) Background: Over two years ago Russia requested a
ten-gram sample of highly enriched uranium (HEU) seized in
early 2006 in Georgia during a nuclear smuggling sting
operation involving one Russian national and several Georgian
accomplices. The seized HEU was transferred to U.S. custody
and is being held at a secure DOE facility. In response to
the Russian request, the Georgian Government authorized the
United States to share a sample of the material with the
Russians for forensic analysis. Director Mueller previously
planned to deliver the sample in April (Ref A), but due to a
scheduling conflict the trip was canceled. Embassy Moscow
LegAtt informed the FSB prior to Mueller’s intended April
delivery and received confirmation that the FSB would take
custody of the sample after the Director’s plane landed. EST
Moscow also informed Rosatom of the planned transfer and that
the U.S. placed a high priority on completing this transfer
(Ref B). Once the LegAtt told FSB counterparts the April
trip had been canceled, Ambassador Beyrle informed Igor Neverov (Ref C),

who said that he understood but was disappointed the trip
was postponed. The September 21 visit provides again an
opportunity to deliver the requested ten-gram sample from the
seized HEU in order to obtain cooperation from the GOR on
this nuclear smuggling case and to eventually establish a
more productive mechanism of U.S.-Russian cooperation on
nuclear forensics.

3. (S/NF) While there was a reasonable exchange of
information with Russian security services at the time of the
2006 seizure, we have had poor cooperation investigating the
diversion of HEU, which the United States believes was stolen
from a Russian facility. Russia did not respond to papers
that then Acting U/S Rood provided Deputy Foreign Minister
Ryabkov in December 2008 reiterating the USG position that
Russia should pick up this sample in the United States.
Further, when asked for an update on their response to our
proposal, Ryabkov told us in early 2009 in Washington that
there was an interagency dispute over who would come and pick
up the material.

4. (S/NF) Given Russia’s reluctance to act so far, FBI
Mueller’s delivery of this sample will underscore to Russia
our commitment to follow through on this case. While some
details related to the sharing of information on smuggling
networks may be too sensitive to discuss, delivery of the
sample could enable us to discuss whether Russian authorities
investigated the diversion and prosecuted anyone. Moreover,
we hope it will spark discussions on mechanisms to exchange
information and material on future incidents of this nature,
particularly in light of the commitments made in the July
summit U.S.-Russia Joint Statement on Nuclear Cooperation
regarding strengthening our cooperation to stop acts of
nuclear terrorism. Posts should note that DOE/NNSA’s April
2009 determination authorizing distribution of the sample to
the Russian Federation only for attribution of the sample in
support of a criminal investigation is applicable to the
proposed September 21 delivery of the sample to Russia.

5. (S/Rel Russia) Background con’t: On April 16, the FSB
verbally confirmed to Legatt that we will have no problem
with the Russian Ministry of Aviation concerning Mueller’s
flight (although we probably won’t see paperwork until
shortly before the trip). The FBI is requiring that the
sample be turned over to a Russian law enforcement authority
(i.e., FSB) as opposed to an intelligence service (i.e., SVR)
or technical authority (i.e., Rosatom). A representative
from the responsible Russian Law Enforcement authority, who
will accept custody of the sample, must be identified and
verified ahead of time. That individual will be required to
have signatory authority to accept the sample. Appropriate
arrangements need to be made to ensure the transfer of
material is conducted at the airport, plane-side, upon
arrival of the Director’s aircraft. Post should also remind
the GOR that this is the material about which the GOR gave
the USG nonproliferation assurances in 2008 in a diplomatic
note from February 2008 (Ref D). READ MORE

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