Is JUSTICE for sale?? Part 1
by Imperator_Rex @Imperator_Rex3 
A thread on Obama & Clinton cover-ups & corruption – with some uranium, a Chuang & some important questions that need answering. Intrigued? Read on, but warning: bombshells incoming!
As we now know, the Department of Justice (DOJ) have indicted a Mark Lambert on 11 counts related to his role in a bribery, money laundering & kickback scheme:
Background & reminder : from at least 2008, Robert Mueller’s FBI were investigating Tenam, the US based subsidiary of Tenex, a subsidiary of Rosatom, the Kremlin’s (Putin’s) energy company. The same Rosatom that purchased Uranium One. Tenam was importing Russian uranium into the US. Between 2004-2014, the local manager, Mikerin, engaged with US companies Transport Logistics (TL) & NexGen Security in a racketeering, wire fraud, bribery & money laundering scheme.
When a TL insider, William Campbell, blew the whistle on what he was seeing, Mueller’s FBI started an investigation that led to at least 4 indictments by Holder’s Department of Justice (DOJ). Remember – the Tenam investigation is related to the Uranium One (U1) sale. That’s because the Tenam investigation was hidden from Congress & CFIUS, who approved the U1 sale in Oct 2010. If either had known about it, it’s highly unlikely the U1 sale would have been approved.
And the more you analyze the Tenam investigation, the more it appears that the Obama administration and/or Clintons deliberately wanted it hidden. Consider: William Campbell – the whistleblower – was GAGGED by Holder & Lynch. We have still to hear from Campbell, who apparently has damning evidence about Tenam involving the Clintons:
Now consider this – none of the 4 indictments ever saw the light of day. Every one was either quietly settled under plea agreements, or dropped entirely, as follows:
- Mikerin, the Tenam manager, was sentenced to 48 months under a plea deal, for crimes that had 20+ year sentences : –
- Darren Condrey – plea agreement : Anti-Bribery, Conspiracy (18 U.S.C. 371) – https://fcpa.stanford.edu/enforcement-action.html?id=584 … 
- Carol Condrey – under a plea agreement , her case was dropped : https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/pr/russian-national-and-three-others-charged-kickback-scheme-obtain-contracts-transport … 
- Rubizhevsky (NexGen) case settled with plea agreement. Astonishing given the charges: Conspiracy to Launder Money (18 U.S.C. § 371; 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956, 1957) ; Criminal Forfeiture (28 U.S.C. § 2461; 18 U.S.C. § 981) ; Criminal Forfeiture (18 U.S.C. § 982)
Notice something about these cases? None ever saw the light of day, where testimony would be made public. They were all ‘disappeared‘. Now with that in mind, consider the following bombshell facts:
ALL of these cases were prosecuted by the same duo, or combination thereof – Rod Rosenstein & Andrew Weissman. Yes, you read that correctly. The FBI officer assigned to each case? Why, one Andrew McCabe. Yes – you also read that correctly. Your eyes are NOT deceiving you.
Oh – here’s another interesting coincidence : they were ALL assigned to the same judge – one Judge Theodore Chuang, an Obama appointee. I hope you have not fallen off your chair yet, it gets worse: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_D._Chuang … 
The SAME Judge Chuang attended Harvard at the same time as one Barack Obama – Chuang graduated law 1994, Obama 1991 & both were editors of the Harvard Law Review. They would have known each other extreme well. That’s the SAME Judge Theodore Chuang who refused Trump’s EO travel ban in October 2017, see
https://www.newsweek.com/judges-halt-trump-travel-ban-hawaii-maryland-569020 … 
And now consider this :
The SAME Judge Theodore Chuang has just been assigned to the Mark Lambert case. No – I am NOT kidding: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-president-maryland-based-transportation-company-indicted-11-counts-related-foreign …  Maybe I’m wrong, but this looks a lot like an ongoing conspiracy to protect the Clinton crime family – and the Obama administration, via it’s partisans at DOJ and also in the judiciary, remains fully implicated.
- Was the indictment of Mikerin and the others done so that ROSATOM/Russian Government / Putin wouldn’t be upset? OR was it to put Clinton stooges in charge of the import AND export of US uranium following the U1 sale?
- Was it because it was a lucrative deal they wanted their friends to take advantage of, OR to cover what was going on with uranium export here? We know that with the U1 sale concluded, US uranium WAS exported from U1 mines.
- Did Eric Holder shut down Robert Mueller’s investigation, or was he running Mueller the entire time with Andrew McCabe? Is he still doing so?
So many questions. Barack, can you help us out? Bill & Hillary, maybe you can help? How about you, Eric? Or how about you, Judge Chuang? After all, you were all involved. Why not help out? Now you have no power, you’re fully exposed and the answers will come out anyway.
WE DESERVE ANSWERS. What you criminal have done – what’s being uncovered daily – is a massive crimes against the USA.
‘Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.’ Lord Acton
True in 1887, true in 2018.
Addendum : reporters, bloggers etc: I’d being grateful if you could recognize me as a source if using above material, it took me a long time to research it. For others who helped me but want to remain anon (you know who you are) – Thank You Imperator_Rex.
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Derrick Kahala Watson was born in 1966, in Honolulu, Hawaii, to a Honolulu police officer and a worker at a local bank. He graduated from the Kamehameha Schools in 1984 and received his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude from Harvard College in 1988. Watson was the first in his family to graduate college. Watson received his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School in 1991, and was admitted to practice law in California the same year. Barack Obama and Neil M. Gorsuch were members of his graduating class.
On March 15, 2017, Watson granted a temporary restraining order blocking President Trump’s revised executive order banning entry of nationals of six majority-Muslim countries into the United States from going into effect. Watson held that the order would violate the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause in that “a reasonable, objective observer … would conclude that the Executive Order was issued with a purpose to disfavor a particular religion.” Watson justified his opinion by contending that because the intent of Trump’s executive order disfavored foreign Muslims, it by extension disfavored domestic Muslims thus violating their First Amendment rights as well.
On March 29, 2017, Watson converted the temporary restraining order into a preliminary injunction. On June 12, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld the majority of the injunction, unanimously determining that Trump had “exceeded the scope of authority delegated to the president” under the Immigration and Nationality Act. The U.S. Supreme Court granted Trump’s request to hear the case, setting arguments for October 2017; in the meantime, the Court partially reinstated Trump’s executive order for a travel ban on June 26, 2017; the Court “prohibited the government from enforcing the ban against any ‘foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States,’ but they allowed the government to enforce it against travelers who lack such a relationship.”
Initially, the Trump administration excluded grandparents, aunts, uncles, and other relations from the exceptions to the travel ban, arguing that they were not “close” relatives. The State of Hawaii filed an emergency motion to clarify the scope of “close familial relationships” under the terms of the injunction and Supreme Court decision narrowing it, asking the district court to rule “that the federal government may not enforce the controversial bans against fiancés, grandparents, grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins of people currently living in the United States.” On July 6,2017, Watson denied the motion, writing that “[t]his Court will not upset the Supreme Court’s careful balancing and equitable judgment” and that the State should seek guidance from the Supreme Court. State Attorney General Doug Chin described Watson’s action as “procedural” rather than a decision on the merits. Subsequently, the Ninth Circuit ruled that Watson “had the authority to interpret the Supreme Court’s order and block any violation of it” and the issue returned to him. On July 13,2017, Watson issued a ruling expanding the class of exemptions from the travel ban. He ordered that the definition of “close family members” be expanded to include grandparents, grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins in the United States. Watson also ruled that refugees who have a formal promise of placement from a U.S. resettlement agency are exempt from the ban. The following day, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sent out a diplomatic cable to all U.S. diplomatic posts reflecting Watson’s ruling; the cable “reversed the State Department’s previous, narrow definition of close family and stated that ‘grandparents, grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts and uncles, nephews and nieces, and cousins’ are eligible for visas.”
On October 17, 2017, Watson again issued a temporary restraining order preventing a later revision of Trump’s travel ban from going into effect. In his decision, Watson prevented the blocking of citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and Chad from traveling to the United States, while leaving intact the restrictions for North Korean citizens and some Venezuelan officials. He argued that the revised ban “suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor”.