Corruption Goes Deep in Russia-Clinton Nuclear Scheme

Oct 19, 2017

A businessman who helped the FBI uncover the Russian nuclear bribery and kickback scheme was required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. He was blocked by the Obama administration “from telling Congress what he knew about Russia’s efforts to influence the Clintons and Obama administration decisions.” Attorney Victoria Toensing is seeking to a way to allow her client to talk to Congress. Toensing said, “All of the information about this corruption has not come out.” She hinted that political pressure was brought to bear on her client and that there is evidence that could have prevented the Uranium One deal if it had become public. “There was corruption going on and it was never brought forward. And in fact, the sale of the uranium went on despite the government knowing about all of this corruption. So, he’s coming forward. He wants the right thing to be done, but he cannot do it unless he is released from the NDA.” The Department of Justice threatened criminal charges if the businessman ever violated his non-disclosure agreement.