Former FBI Director James Comey couldn’t find anything wrong in a long laundry list of egregious activities by Hillary Clinton, stretching the boundaries of credibility claiming she did not have intent. Mr. Comey has a past of not finding fault with the Clintons.
The Case of the Fugitive Swindlers
Federal prosecutor Mary Jo White was appointed to investigate the pardon of Marc Rich and Pincus Green by Bill Clinton who said the pardons “were in the best interest of justice“. White was replaced by then-Republican James Comey.
He took over the case when he was appointed U.S. attorney or the Southern District of New York.
The investigation was to determine if Bill Clinton pardoned two fugitive criminals Marc Rich and Pincus Green in exchange for $450,000 Rich’s ex-wife Denise Rich donated to the Clinton Foundation, along with other donations including $100,000 to Hillary’s senatorial campaign. This was at the same time Hillary Clinton was running for senator from New York.
It looked like quid pro quo to many. Then, as now, no one seriously thought the Clintons would ever be called to task and they weren’t.
Mueller was involved
A July 2002 memo to then-FBI Director Robert Mueller says investigators were exploring “potential federal violations of bribery, obstruction of justice, money laundering, conspiracy and campaign finance law offenses.”
“The investigation has revealed a tactful, secret, lobby campaign [redacted] and other people with unique influence with President Clinton and his administration,” the memo says.
While Comey was an attorney in Manhattan he was the one who had originally and successfully prosecuted Marc Rich, a wealthy international financier, for tax evasion. There were other charges against Rich as well[…]
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