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And so it begins! : First Indictment on Uranium One!
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Quote: Although "Clinton Cash" attributed a "central role" to Hillary, she hadn't participated at all in the Uranium One decision. According to the assistant secretary of state who represented her on the inter-agency panel, "Mrs. Clinton never intervened with me on any CFIUS matter."

Knowledgeable observers of CFIUS say that its decisions are dominated by the Pentagon and the Treasury Department, which chairs the committee, not by State.

And those nine agencies had approved the sale of the remainder of Uranium One to the Russians in 2013, again unanimously, several months after Hillary Clinton had left government. That sale also required additional approvals from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Canadian regulators.

So neither of the Clintons could have been bribed to approve Uranium One, because they had nothing to sell. And Frank Giustra, the billionaire Canadian mining investor who was by far the biggest foundation donor connected with Uranium One, had divested his holdings in the company years before it was sold.

Lame as it was, however, the Uranium One story helped launch "Clinton Cash" onto the bestseller lists and stoked the Hillary-hating narrative of the Trump campaign. After Trump's election victory the story faded — until its recent reappearance on in right-wing media outlets like Fox News, Sinclair Broadcasting and, of course, the presidential Twitter feed, as a cudgel against Mueller and his probe of Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.

Now, it is hyped by Fox talking heads as "the biggest scandal of the century," which former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka says should send Hillary Clinton to the electric chair like Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the Soviet spies who stole American atomic secrets.

But in order to discredit Mueller, right-wing journalists have expanded the initial version into an even more convoluted and mysterious tale.

In The Hill newspaper, conservative journalist John Solomon pasted together the Uranium One story and a federal criminal investigation of bribes and kickbacks involving an executive at a Rosatom subsidiary called Tenex. Starting in 2009, a Tenex official named Vadim Mikerin had corrupted U.S. trucking companies that transported uranium with bribery, extortion and kickbacks.

Although the story of Mikerin's bribe schemes had been covered in other outlets, The Hill and then Fox News freshened it up — and tied it to the Uranium One tale as "evidence" that Mueller, the FBI director when the investigation occurred, suffered from a "conflict of interest" in the Russia investigation.

On Fox News, Sean Hannity declared that the special counsel should "resign immediately, tonight!"

The precise nature of Mueller's alleged conflict remains as puzzling as the claim that the Clintons somehow controlled the approval of Uranium One. The gist of the charge, according to The Hill, appeared to be that the Justice Department under Mueller had failed to loudly trumpet its successful prosecution of Mikerin's bribery — which had nothing to do with Uranium One. The department had issued press releases, but that wasn't enough. And it hadn't misused the case to embarrass Hillary Clinton, who had nothing to do with it.

Yet the continuous squawking over this fabricated "scandal" — like Benghazi and Whitewater before it — has provoked Republicans in Congress as well as the attorney general to pretend that there is something to investigate.

The two House Republicans who specialize in dubious probes, Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes (who had to recuse himself from the Russia investigation this year) and Oversight chair Trey Gowdy (who was humiliated by Hillary Clinton during the Benghazi hearings) have announced a new joint investigation of Uranium One. They have even hyped the upcoming appearance of an unnamed witness who cooperated with the FBI in the Mikerin probe, claiming that he will reveal Russian efforts to influence the Clintons.

Meanwhile, at the Justice Department, Sessions has buckled under continuous mockery and humiliation by Trump. Having promised to recuse himself from all decisions concerning the Russia probe, he reversed that vow last week by announcing that his department will consider appointing a special counsel to investigate the Clinton Foundation's alleged involvement with Uranium One. He has asked department prosecutors to determine whether such an appointment is warranted.

Neither the House Republicans nor Sessions have yet explained how the Clintons could have controlled the disposition of Uranium One's assets. Nor have they explained how the Uranium One deal, which prohibited the Russians from selling so much as an ounce of uranium ore outside the borders of the United States, could have endangered American national security.

And they have also failed to explain why the entire deal matters anyway, since the portion of U.S. reserves owned by Uranium One represents a tiny fraction of a fraction — a tenth of 1% — of the world's uranium supply, most of which comes from Kazakhstan, Australia and Canada.

No doubt the Republicans, and the media outlets that parrot their conspiracies, are unaware of any of those simple facts. But they know one thing: They have to divert attention from the real scandal of Russian interference with our democratic system, and the possible collusion in that scheme by the Trump campaign, before the President starts screaming again.

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Яudis  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:00 PM)
FISA Electronic Warrants
Civil Asset Seizure

Neither side of The Carrier Criminal Generational
Democrats Or Republican Tyrannical Evil Devil WORSHIPING
Child Rapers will Change these 2 Systems to
Protect your rights, Life Or Property!


THEY are all CRIMINALS
IT IS all Rigged.

QUITE Literally The EVIL EMPIRE
Hard at work
F#cking You OVER!
Uranium One is actually a JOKE with this kind
of VIOLATION of Your Rights going on!

They will NEVER go to Jail!
Yet Civilians are Dying and being Put in PRISON all the TIME!

Something HAS to CHANGE!

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 11:24 AM)
Dated June 6th 2016. Took them 18 months to get to this point. When does it go to court or do we need the rest of the indictments to be released first?



It's like when a dam is brekaing, first you have a small hole and a leak, and suddenly it breaks all, and it's flooded.

Hope it will happen this way !


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This is the beginning of a HUGE Case Load on the Court System . It's been a long time in the works and who knows how many minds have been at work setting up the strategy . There are doubtless interlocking Defendants involved and They will be formally Charged in a rather quick sequence , to avoid the probability of Them fleeing . I expect one Subject Matter after another will be Opened as the strategy progresses . When it hits the Peado Subject is when a big ball of Indictments get rolling .

Many of the comments and snide remarks made on the Subject show the decided lack of basic knowledge of Court Procedure , if not a concerted effort to derail interest in the Public Mind and Opinion .

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That is it DUDE Great JOB!
Wall of Text SPAM this Thread!
Solve Nothing!
Debate Nothing!
Cause Problems and HELP them Hide and F#CK US over!
Brilliant!

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 11:24 AM)
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Oh this is gold Jerry!

http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/rng...cument.pdf

Dated June 6th 2016. Took them 18 months to get to this point. When does it go to court or do we need the rest of the indictments to be released first?

I went directly to justice.gov, found the case, and it says it was released yesterday, as shown below:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, January 12, 2018

Former President of Maryland-Based Transportation Company Indicted on 11 Counts Related to Foreign Bribery, Fraud and Money Laundering Scheme
Executive Allegedly Paid Bribes to a Russian Official So His Company Could Win Highly Sensitive Nuclear Fuel Transportation Contracts
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:03 PM)
Quote: Although "Clinton Cash" attributed a "central role" to Hillary, she hadn't participated at all in the Uranium One decision. According to the assistant secretary of state who represented her on the inter-agency panel, "Mrs. Clinton never intervened with me on any CFIUS matter."

Knowledgeable observers of CFIUS say that its decisions are dominated by the Pentagon and the Treasury Department, which chairs the committee, not by State.

And those nine agencies had approved the sale of the remainder of Uranium One to the Russians in 2013, again unanimously, several months after Hillary Clinton had left government. That sale also required additional approvals from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Canadian regulators.

So neither of the Clintons could have been bribed to approve Uranium One, because they had nothing to sell. And Frank Giustra, the billionaire Canadian mining investor who was by far the biggest foundation donor connected with Uranium One, had divested his holdings in the company years before it was sold.

Lame as it was, however, the Uranium One story helped launch "Clinton Cash" onto the bestseller lists and stoked the Hillary-hating narrative of the Trump campaign. After Trump's election victory the story faded — until its recent reappearance on in right-wing media outlets like Fox News, Sinclair Broadcasting and, of course, the presidential Twitter feed, as a cudgel against Mueller and his probe of Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.

Now, it is hyped by Fox talking heads as "the biggest scandal of the century," which former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka says should send Hillary Clinton to the electric chair like Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the Soviet spies who stole American atomic secrets.

But in order to discredit Mueller, right-wing journalists have expanded the initial version into an even more convoluted and mysterious tale.

In The Hill newspaper, conservative journalist John Solomon pasted together the Uranium One story and a federal criminal investigation of bribes and kickbacks involving an executive at a Rosatom subsidiary called Tenex. Starting in 2009, a Tenex official named Vadim Mikerin had corrupted U.S. trucking companies that transported uranium with bribery, extortion and kickbacks.

Although the story of Mikerin's bribe schemes had been covered in other outlets, The Hill and then Fox News freshened it up — and tied it to the Uranium One tale as "evidence" that Mueller, the FBI director when the investigation occurred, suffered from a "conflict of interest" in the Russia investigation.

On Fox News, Sean Hannity declared that the special counsel should "resign immediately, tonight!"

The precise nature of Mueller's alleged conflict remains as puzzling as the claim that the Clintons somehow controlled the approval of Uranium One. The gist of the charge, according to The Hill, appeared to be that the Justice Department under Mueller had failed to loudly trumpet its successful prosecution of Mikerin's bribery — which had nothing to do with Uranium One. The department had issued press releases, but that wasn't enough. And it hadn't misused the case to embarrass Hillary Clinton, who had nothing to do with it.

Yet the continuous squawking over this fabricated "scandal" — like Benghazi and Whitewater before it — has provoked Republicans in Congress as well as the attorney general to pretend that there is something to investigate.

The two House Republicans who specialize in dubious probes, Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes (who had to recuse himself from the Russia investigation this year) and Oversight chair Trey Gowdy (who was humiliated by Hillary Clinton during the Benghazi hearings) have announced a new joint investigation of Uranium One. They have even hyped the upcoming appearance of an unnamed witness who cooperated with the FBI in the Mikerin probe, claiming that he will reveal Russian efforts to influence the Clintons.

Meanwhile, at the Justice Department, Sessions has buckled under continuous mockery and humiliation by Trump. Having promised to recuse himself from all decisions concerning the Russia probe, he reversed that vow last week by announcing that his department will consider appointing a special counsel to investigate the Clinton Foundation's alleged involvement with Uranium One. He has asked department prosecutors to determine whether such an appointment is warranted.

Neither the House Republicans nor Sessions have yet explained how the Clintons could have controlled the disposition of Uranium One's assets. Nor have they explained how the Uranium One deal, which prohibited the Russians from selling so much as an ounce of uranium ore outside the borders of the United States, could have endangered American national security.

And they have also failed to explain why the entire deal matters anyway, since the portion of U.S. reserves owned by Uranium One represents a tiny fraction of a fraction — a tenth of 1% — of the world's uranium supply, most of which comes from Kazakhstan, Australia and Canada.

No doubt the Republicans, and the media outlets that parrot their conspiracies, are unaware of any of those simple facts. But they know one thing: They have to divert attention from the real scandal of Russian interference with our democratic system, and the possible collusion in that scheme by the Trump campaign, before the President starts screaming again.

more:
http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/radio...-1.3640671

You're countering with a copy/paste of a November article?

Sorry son, but this 11 count indictment says there is something there, and they've identified the first person they're going to prosecute. Makes your copy.paste article rather, shall we say, out of date?
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Bummer. The judge in this case was appointed by Obama.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:03 PM)
more:
http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/radio...-1.3640671

You're countering with a copy/paste of a November article?

Sorry son, but this 11 count indictment says there is something there, and they've identified the first person they're going to prosecute. Makes your copy.paste article rather, shall we say, out of date?
not really.. still relevant to OP's cut and paste story.

It shows the desperation, obscurification and public opinion manipulation

How Fox News and President Trump create an anti-Mueller 'feedback loop'

some lackey gets an indictment.. and you morons are wetting yourselves.
impressive.
chuckle

Quote:Neither the House Republicans nor Sessions have yet explained how the Clintons could have controlled the disposition of Uranium One's assets. Nor have they explained how the Uranium One deal, which prohibited the Russians from selling so much as an ounce of uranium ore outside the borders of the United States, could have endangered American national security.

And they have also failed to explain why the entire deal matters anyway, since the portion of U.S. reserves owned by Uranium One represents a tiny fraction of a fraction — a tenth of 1% — of the world's uranium supply, most of which comes from Kazakhstan, Australia and Canada.

what about starting with telling us what here has changed?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:20 PM)
You're countering with a copy/paste of a November article?

Sorry son, but this 11 count indictment says there is something there, and they've identified the first person they're going to prosecute. Makes your copy.paste article rather, shall we say, out of date?

The fact that there may be something there doesn't detract from the statement that it wasn't Clinton who was involved.

Now maybe she was, and maybe she wasn't -- I don't care. Since she's not the President, her existence doesn't impact the way the world is going to run.

What's important -- at lest as far as I am concerned -- that we get rid of Trump and try to salvage some of the strength and moral high ground of the United States which that son of a b¡tch is destroying.

Fighting ignorance -- one ignoramus at a time.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:38 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:20 PM)
You're countering with a copy/paste of a November article?

Sorry son, but this 11 count indictment says there is something there, and they've identified the first person they're going to prosecute. Makes your copy.paste article rather, shall we say, out of date?
not really.. still relevant to OP's cut and paste story.

It shows the desperation, obscurification and public opinion manipulation

How Fox News and President Trump create an anti-Mueller 'feedback loop'

some lackey gets an indictment.. and you morons are wetting yourselves.
impressive.
chuckle

Quote:Neither the House Republicans nor Sessions have yet explained how the Clintons could have controlled the disposition of Uranium One's assets. Nor have they explained how the Uranium One deal, which prohibited the Russians from selling so much as an ounce of uranium ore outside the borders of the United States, could have endangered American national security.

And they have also failed to explain why the entire deal matters anyway, since the portion of U.S. reserves owned by Uranium One represents a tiny fraction of a fraction — a tenth of 1% — of the world's uranium supply, most of which comes from Kazakhstan, Australia and Canada.

what about starting with telling us what here has changed?

Someone associated with this whole thing, has been indicted on 11 counts. And a big case involving lots of people, always starts with the people on the bottom level.
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was he arrested??
or just charged?

if charged with crime(s), was he detained?
if he was detained, where was he taken to?
gitmo or washington?

is there a way to check on his whereabouts?
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