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As Uranium One Investigation Expands Another Associate Commits ‘Suicide’

www.msmisdoa.com | Houston attorney and one of the countries leading Democratic donors, Steve Mostyn, committed suicide via a gunshot to the head at his home in Houston.  The Mostyn's were reportedly the top Democractic donors in Texas according to Craig McDonald, executive director of Texans for Public Justice.  Mr. Mostyn was only 46 years old, married to his wife Amber.  They had one daughter and Steve had a son from a previous marriage.

Campaign finance records show that Mostyn had donated more than $24 million to political causes in his name and in the name of his law firm. It's the Mostyn's reputation as a major Hillary fundraiser that raises the concern that Mostyn may have feared being swept up in the Uranium One  investigation.

Apparently, Steve had begun distancing himself from political fundraising and therein lies the speculation that he may have been trying to prevent himself from being indicted for his activities.

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Clinton Servers Hacked by Foreign Intelligence, Indictment Likely

FoxNews.com | Fox news reports on the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server and The Clinton Foundation revealing that their sources say the investigation is more expansive than previously reported and that there is an "avalance" of evidence coming in everyday.  In addition, they have the laptops of Clinton's top aides which were previously thought to be destroyed and are currently exploiting them.  investigators have also apparently concluded with 99% accuracy that Clinton's Server was hacked by 5 forgeign intelligence agencies and barring any "obstruction", they expect to proceed towards an indictment.

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Uranium to Russia, Cash to Clintons. Coincidence?

www.breitbart.com | A newly released GAI timeline depicts the sequence of events leading up to then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton’s approval of the transfer of half of U.S. Uranium output (20% of all U.S. Uranium) to the Russian government in 2010.

Clinton’s State Department was one of eight agencies to review the deal, but Hillary Clinton was the only agency head whose family foundation bagged $145 million in donations, reports the New York Times and Clinton Cash.

Indeed, the head of the Russian government’s uranium company, Ian Telfer, made a secret $2.35 million foreign donation to the Clinton Foundation, as was confirmed by the New York Times.

Bill Clinton also received a $500,000 speaking fee for a speech in Moscow paid for by a Kremlin-connected bank, reports the New Yorker.

“I’ve gotta pay our bills,” explained Bill Clinton.

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