FBI Informant Claims to Have Video Of Russian Agents With Briefcases Of Bribe Money In Clinton-Uranium Scandal

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According to Circa‘s investigative journalist Sara Carter and The Hill’s John Solomon, the undercover FBI informant, a business insider who gathered intelligence from the Russian nuclear industry, now claims to have video evidence depicting Russian operatives with briefcases full of money, everything related to the highly controversial Clinton-Uranium One deal.

The FBI informant was already cleared to testify before Congress after he was forced to sign an illegal non disclosure agreement by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. The informant’s identity was disclosed by Reuters recently. His name is William D. Campbell and he’s set to testify before US Congress as early as next week, after the illegal NDA which threatened him with prison if he spoke was lifted. Mr. William D. Campbell is a nuclear industry consultant and unfortunately, he’s currently fighting with cancer.

Campbell was deeply involved in the Russian nuclear industry, as previously reported, and as an FBI confidential informant, his job was to gather evidence of the bribes and kickbacks involved in the racketeering scheme which ended up with the approval of the Uranium One deal by former president Barack Obama’s administration. The Hill quoted a person that worked on the case, who spoke under the condition of anonymity:

“The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national security concerns. And none of that evidence got aired before the Obama administration made those decisions,”


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