The Clinton-Uranium deal is finally getting the attention it deserves! These are very serious charges that the American people now have before them. The Washington Post reported further details this week. We have more information coming out and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is just the man to make sure that this investigation is done properly.
There are lots of innuendos and the things that have the appearance of impropriety that all of us should avoid just because they do not look good and they give the impression that there is undue influence or something that Americans should be concerned about.
But if you’re talking about criminal charges, you need to make sure that the process is legitimate and that the evidence is collected properly and that if there are any charges that are going to be placed than they have to be sustainable in a court of law That’s why Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the helm is going to make sure that everything is done correctly, that all the I’s are dotted than all the T’s are crossed.
Many times investigations like this end up with charges that are not on the underlying offense because of the statute of limitations may have lapsed at that point. But there are many opportunities for obstruction of justice or lying to investigators that sometimes lead to criminal charges–maybe not for the underlying offense–but for the cover up that happens afterwards. The famous idea that Al Capone was got on tax evasion and not on the criminal dealings that he otherwise was involved in shows how the law frequently works. I think certainly in this case there is an idea that there has been a lot of misinformation given to investigators and obstruction of justice. So certainly that is an angle that must be looked at in any type of criminal investigation.
I discussed the Clinton-Uranium deal on the Lars Larson radio show. My segment begins at the 1:30:05 mark.
Leading House Republicans announced on Tuesday two new probes, one into how the Obama administration’s Justice Department handled a deal that gave Russia control over 20 percent of the U.S. uranium supply and the other into how it investigated Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. . . .