Hillary’s Criminal Career Part 13


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2008 Presidential Candidate Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s long history of campaign finance abuses continued.

Jeffrey Thompson and other fundraising bundlers for her failed 2008 Presidential campaign pled guilty to conspiracy and campaign finance law violations. In the primaries, democrats nominated the little-known Junior Senator Obama over the well-known scandal ridden Hillary Clinton.

The businessman, Jeffrey E. Thompson, allegedly provided more than $600,000 to fund secret get-out-the-vote efforts to help Clinton in at least four primary states. Prosecutors do not expect to pursue a separate criminal case against Clinton’s campaign, these people said.

The problem with these contributions was that they were never disclosed to the Federal Election Commission and, thus, there’s no way of verifying that the contributions followed federal rules…(Indeed, there’s little reason to avoid disclosure if the donations are legitimate.) —Why Jeffrey Thompson’s guilty plea (and Minyon Moore) matter to Hillary Clinton

Despite Hillary Rodham Clinton’s promise that she had scrubbed illegal cash contributions from her 2008 presidential campaign, prosecutors revealed Monday that the mastermind of Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s “shadow campaign” also funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to aid Mrs. Clinton’s bid for the White House.

Jeffrey E. Thompson’s scheme included diverting more than $608,000 in illicit funds to a New York marketing executive, Troy White, who organized “street teams” to raise Mrs. Clinton’s visibility in urban areas during her Democratic primary battle against Barack Obama. Mr. White pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in the case.  —
Hillary Clinton campaign got illicit funds from D.C. scandal figure

The source for the “unquoted” material is from LYBIO

Where their is controversy, scandal and corruption, you will find a Clinton!

Part 14 (Hillary’s criminal career) will follow.

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