Senate Candidate Clinton Campaign Finance Investigations
The largest political fundraiser in U.S. history became the largest election fraud in history. In the year 2000 the fundraiser for Hillary Clinton’s New York Senate race was attended by 1,300 people, including the Hollywood Elite and The Democratic Leadership. In violation a Federal Election Statues, an individual, Peter Paul, financed the entire event. *Peter Paul was also a convicted cocaine trafficker.
Peter Franklin (F.) Paul (born September 2, 1948) is a former lawyer and entrepreneur who was convicted for conspiracy and drug dealing, and later for securities fraud in connection with his business dealings with Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee. **He has repeatedly brought suit against Hillary Clinton, accusing her of lying about donations he solicited on behalf of her 2000 senatorial campaign.
Paul v. Clinton was a civil suit filed in 2004 held in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The plaintiff, Peter F. Paul, alleged that President Bill Clinton and his wife, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, deceived him into paying for the Gala Hollywood Farewell Salute to President Clinton, during Hillary Clinton’s first Senate race in 2000, by making a promise that the President would work for Paul’s company, Stan Lee Media, after his presidential term was over. Paul alleged that the President broke his promise and stole his business partner, causing his business to crumble and, further, that his contributions to Hillary Clinton’s campaign were falsely reported to the Federal Election Commission. Besides the Clintons, three other individuals who were involved in fundraising for the gala, were named as defendants in the suit.
In violation, Hillary Clinton was involved with the solicitation of funds and the coordination of the gala.
In violation Hillary Clinton requested in writing an additional $150,000 from Peter Paul in untraceable securities.
The Clinton Campaign’s filings with the Federal Elections Committee stated the event only cost $500,000. The actual price tag was $1.5 million.
In another campaign finance fraud, Hillary Clinton ignored FBI warnings and accepted over $900,000 from scam artist and felon ***Norman Hsu.
***Norman Hsu is a convicted pyramid investment promoter who associated himself with the apparel industry. His business activities were intertwined with his role as a major fundraiser for the Democratic Party, and he gained notoriety after suspicious patterns of bundled campaign contributions were reported in 2007. Subsequently he was discovered to have been a long-time fugitive in connection with a 1992 fraud conviction. After turning himself in to California authorities in 2007 he fled the state again and was quickly recaptured.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton announced last night that she will return $850,000 in campaign donations solicited by Norman Hsu, severing ties with a top fundraiser who was jailed last week after attempting to flee from criminal charges in California.
Also in the 1990s, the Democratic National Committee returned more than $360,000 in donations from Taiwanese American businessman Johnny Chung, who raised money for the party during Bill Clinton’s 1996 reelection bid and later admitted that he accepted some of the money from Chinese military officials. —Clinton’s Campaign To Return $850,000
The above ‘unquoted’ source for this material is from LYBIO
As with any of Hillary’s (or Bill’s) crimes and corruptions, she (he) are magically vindicated.
Two Clintons. 41 Years. $3 Billion– The grand total raised for all of their political campaigns and their family’s charitable foundation reaches at least $3 billion, according to a Washington Post investigation.
Part 12 (Hillary’s criminal career) will follow.