Beginning Of The Arrests? “Mossack Fonseca” Law Firm was CLINTON Panama Money Laundering Operation Set up By BUSH Podesta On Board; Guistra
Pretty exciting news here folks this could be the beginning of the end for the Clinton Cabal and the entire deck of cards.
It looks like the FEDS are taking down one of her money laundering operations.
It looks like authorities are releasing information relating to the law firm “Mossack Fonseca” that was set up by late President #41 George HW Bush after his unjustified invasion of Panama, an alleged tax haven much safer than the Cayman Islands because clients there don’t have to share with The Queen of England.
It also appears as though our buddy John Podesta was on the Executive Board
WASHINGTON, DC – As reported by Courthouse News Service, Federal prosecutors announced charges this Tuesday against four men connected to the law firm “Mossack Fonseca”, which has extensive ties with the Clinton Foundation.
The charges, which include Conspiracy to Defraud the United States, Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud, Conspiracy to Commit Tax Evasion, Wire Fraud, and Money Laundering Conspiracy, come merely three years after the leak of the Panama Papers by the ICIJ, and pushed heavily by Wikileaks. The papers were received by the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung in 2015 from an anonymous source.
Authorities have successfully arrested three of the four men; Dirk Brauer, a 54-year-old German investment advisor for Mossfon Asset Management; Richard Gaffey, a 74-year-old U.S. accountant; and Harald Joachim von der Goltz, an 81-year-old German-born client. Mossack Fonseca attorney Ramses Owens, a 50-year-old from Panama, remains at large.
Guess who else is in the crosshairs on this one? Franky Guistra
Clinton Foundation-connected associates which are related to Mossack Fonseca include Gabrielle Fialkoff, finance director for Hillary Clinton’s first campaign for the U.S. Senate; Frank Giustra, a Canadian mining magnate who has traveled the globe with Bill Clinton; a member of the Chagoury family, which pledged $1 billion in projects to the Clinton Global Initiative; and Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng, who was at the center of a Democratic fund-raising scandal when Bill Clinton was president. Also using the Panamanian law firm was the company founded by the late billionaire investor Marc Rich, an international fugitive when Bill Clinton pardoned him in the final hours of his presidency.