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Mueller, Rosenstein & McCabe Reportedly Connected to FBI Cover-up
NN ^ | 09/09/18 | Paul Whitehead

Posted on 09/09/2018 8:07:08 AM PDT by ZeroToHero

Mark Lambert of Mount Airy, Maryland has now been indicted on 11 counts related to bribery, kickbacks and money laundering, according to an announcement from the District of Maryland Justice Department officials.

(Excerpt) Read more at nnettle.com ...


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1 posted on 09/09/2018 8:07:08 AM PDT by ZeroToHero
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To: ZeroToHero

No Way !!!


2 posted on 09/09/2018 8:11:12 AM PDT by butlerweave
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To: ZeroToHero

It helps if your excerpt somehow relates to the article title.


3 posted on 09/09/2018 8:11:28 AM PDT by ProtectOurFreedom
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To: ZeroToHero

Try posting in a coherent way.


4 posted on 09/09/2018 8:17:57 AM PDT by Fungi
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To: ZeroToHero
Here's an article about McCabe before he was called into question and fired:

FBI's new second-in-command makes decisions, not headlines

Do an internet search: "7th floor FBI shadow government" for other articles.

5 posted on 09/09/2018 8:18:09 AM PDT by yesthatjallen
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To: ZeroToHero

Hello?


6 posted on 09/09/2018 8:19:55 AM PDT by Mr. Lucky
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To: ZeroToHero

NN is an open site, you can post the entire article:

Mark Lambert of Mount Airy, Maryland has now been indicted on 11 counts related to bribery, kickbacks and money laundering, according to an announcement from the District of Maryland Justice Department officials.

The indictment reveals that Lambert and many others from Transport Logistics International (TLI) were part of several counts of bribery, money laundering, not to mention kickbacks, with Russian nuclear official Vadim Mikerin. This was as all orchestrated to gain business advantages with TENEX, a Russian owned energy company which owns Uranium One. TLI would have been the company that ostensibly moved all of the uranium from the U1 deal, but an undercover FBI mole within the Russian nuclear industry derived extensive evidence of corruption that blew everything into the open.

Robert Mueller’s FBI had been investigating the scheme since at least 2008 – with retiring Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe assigned to the ongoing investigation which was hidden from the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS). Had they known, the committee never would have approved the Uranium One deal with TENEX’s parent company, Rosatom.

Four individuals ended up being prosecuted and handed plea agreements after the Uranium One deal was approved. Who were the prosecuting DOJ attorneys? Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller’s top investigator in the Trump-Russia probe, Andrew Weissman, the same guy who applauded and praised former acting Attorney General Sally Yates for defying Trump.

According to this report from The Hill, when the time came to charge former Russian uranium industry executive Vadim Mikerinn, the Justice Department failed to call on the deal’s secret informant, William D. Campbell.

Officials told The Hill that prosecutors working for Rosenstein first interviewed Campbell, the informant, after they had already filed a sealed criminal complaint against Mikerin in July 2014. “While he was Maryland’s chief federal prosecutor, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s office failed to interview the undercover informant in the FBI’s Russian nuclear bribery case before it filed criminal charges in the case in 2014, officials told The Hill,” the report says.

Campbell’s lawyer, Victoria Toensing, confirmed the Justice officials’ account. “The first time Mr. Campbell was interviewed by the U.S. Attorney’s office was after the criminal complaint was filed, and he was never brought before the grand jury before the indictment,” she told The Hill.

Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz finds this to be quite troubling, telling The Hill, “I’ve never heard of such a case unless the victim is dead. I’ve never heard of prosecutors making a major case and not talking to the victim before you made it, especially when he was available to them through the FBI.” “It is negligence, and I’m sure there will be internal issues with the Justice Department and U.S. attorney for making such an obvious mistake,” Dershowitz continued.


7 posted on 09/09/2018 8:25:02 AM PDT by Henchster (Free Republic - the BEST site on the web!)
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To: butlerweave

“Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz finds this to be quite troubling...”

Troubling, you bet.

And I hear that word quite often from politicians on investigative committees.

They can uncover the most rank corruption possible, and then turn around and merely say it is “troubling”.

Can’t they think of something just a bit stronger, such as “outrageous” or “seditious” or, believe it or not, obstruction of justice?


8 posted on 09/09/2018 8:27:12 AM PDT by odawg
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To: ZeroToHero

This is a curious disjoint piece ... the announcement came in January: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-president-maryland-based-transportation-company-indicted-11-counts-related-foreign


9 posted on 09/09/2018 8:39:30 AM PDT by Steven W.
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To: odawg

Two words: Military tribunals


10 posted on 09/09/2018 9:24:44 AM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose of a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped)
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To: odawg
Can’t they think of something just a bit stronger, such as “outrageous” or “seditious” or, believe it or not, obstruction of justice?

I think the word you're looking for is, 'criminal.'

You will never, ever see any D.C. critter prosecuted for their crimes lest the corruption on the prosecution side be revealed.

They all know they're all dirty and they all look the other way.

11 posted on 09/09/2018 11:35:05 AM PDT by Ol' Dan Tucker (For 'tis the sport to have the engineer hoist with his own petard., -- Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 4)
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