FBI informant’s testimony sought as Clinton-Russia uranium case re-emerges

(Worthy News) - A controversial 2010 deal that cleared the way for a Kremlin-backed company to gain control of a huge chunk of America’s uranium supply is getting new scrutiny as a Capitol Hill inquiry gears up to probe the Obama administration’s suspected silencing of an FBI informant who reportedly had information on high-level corruption by Russian nuclear officials who engineered the deal.

Congressional sources say the case, which has lurked behind the scenes in Washington for years and involves accusations of misconduct by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and questionable contributions to the family’s Clinton Foundation, could be about to blow open if the Trump administration approves a request by the Senate Judiciary Committee’s chairman to allow the FBI informant to testify.

President Trump focused new attention on the situation last week by telling reporters it represents the “real Russia story” that mainstream news organizations are refusing to cover out of deference to former President Barack Obama and Mrs. Clinton — the latter of whom is accused of direct involvement in suspected corruption involving the 2010 uranium deal. [ Source (Read More...) ]

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