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Hillary Resigns. Corruption Lawsuit


May 2015

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to put her criminal activities in the rearview mirror - her email cover-up, her charity's suspicious donors cover-up, the Benghazi consulate slaughter and other criminal activities.

A Florida judge on Friday set a trial date for a RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Criminal Organization) lawsuit brought against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by a Washington, D.C., watchdog group that specializes in government corruption and criminal enterprise cases.

U.S. District Court Judge Donald Middlebrooks of Florida's Federal District Court in West Palm Beach, officially announced on Friday, May 29, 2015, that the civil RICO trial -- Klayman v. Hillary Clinton et all -- will commence on Wednesday, January 25, 2016, which is a major election year.

The plaintiff in the case is former Justice Department prosecutor, now public interest attorney, Larry Klayman. Klayman is the founder and former president of Judicial Watch and now the founder and chief attorney of Freedom Watch, a nonprofit organization that uses the federal civil court system to expose government corruption and abuse.

In addition to the Florida RICO suit, Klayman is requesting that both the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) turn overcopies of Clinton's emails they allegedly, surreptitiously intercepted. "It's a known fact that the U.S. intelligence agencies under orders from the Obama White House has played loose-and-fancy-free when it comes to electronic eavesdropping. To believe that the NSA or CIA would skip monitoring [Hillary] Clinton's emails and cell phone activity would cause a person to accept the absurdity of such a situation. They've got her emails and cell phone calls or transcripts," said former law enforcement officer Stephen Kablonsky, an expert in electronic surveillance.

Several requests have previously been filed by Klayman and he has a number of notable cases against the U.S. government over Clinton's alleged leaking of classified information about Israel war plans, her family's foundation that's suspected of accepting questionable donations, and the crash of a U.S. military helicopter that killed dozens of American servicemen including members of Seal Team Six.

One advantage of the January court date is the fact that it gives the Clintons time to assemble their political allies -- Lanny Davis, John Podesta, David Kendell and others -- as well as their covert "goon" squad that harasses and denigrates anyone considered a Clinton foe, according to political strategist Mike Baker.

While Mrs. Clinton may get away with her excuses and lies with the water-carriers in the news media, Klayman in essence is saying "not so fast." His group's investigations require examination of the contents of the emails on Clinton's unauthorized server she claimed was operating in her home while she held the secretary of state post.

According to reports already known, foreign individuals and organizations donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation and gave former President Bill Clinton extravagant fees for his speeches. His wife at the time served as President Barack Obama's Secretary of State. She in turn is accused of granting favors from her State Department, all the while transacting business using a private email account and a Clinton owned and controlled Internet server.

Former police inspector Joseph Gilgrade, an expert in forensic accounting, claims that the Clintons' scheme appears to have worked: leaders of companies or governments who are on one of the U.S. State Department restriction lists are told to make their contributions to the Clinton-Giustra Enterprise Partnership in Canada, and then the money is transferred from Clinton's Canadian front-group to the U.S.-based Clinton Foundation.

"Clinton's defenders claim this is nowhere near a criminal conspiracy, however they are wrong. First off, the right hand doesn't have to know what the left hand is doing for there to be a criminal conspiracy. The fact that laws were broken when individuals took certain criminal actions that benefited the conspirators is what prosecutors and their investigators seek," said Insp. Gilgrade.

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