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    Clinton Foundation Refuses to Release Names of 1,076 Secret Foreign Donors

    Clinton Foundation Refuses to Release Names of 1,076 Secret Foreign Donors
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    By Michael Patrick Leahy
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    When news broke in April that the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP), a Canadian charity established by Canadian mining magnate Frank Giustra and Bill Clinton in 2007, had donated more than $25 million to the Clinton Foundation, both the Clinton Foundation and CGEP resisted efforts to release the names of donors to CGEP.
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    Then on April 28 the Washington Post and Bloomberg News both reported that 1,100 hidden Clinton Foundation foreign donors were “bundled” into that $25 million donation from CGEP.
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    The Clinton Foundation and CGEP said at the time they would release the names of the donors who agreed to have their names made public.
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    More than one month later, the results of those efforts are in.
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    CGEP has to date released a grand total of 24 names, leaving a total of 1,076 foreign donor names still secret. The Clinton Foundation and CGEP apparently have absolutely no intention of releasing any additional names, nor will they release the amounts donated by any of the 24 donors whose names they have released.
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    CGEP is hiding behind what it claims are Canadian laws that prohibit the release of those names without the consent of the donors (a dubious proposition disputed by several top Canadian legal experts and one that the Washington Post gave “Three Pinochios”).
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    The result of this stonewalling is clear: It is entirely possible that a foreign entity or private individual, yet unknown, who donated to CGEP may have benefitted from a public decision made by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton while she was in that office from 2009 to 2013.
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    In his new book, Clinton Cash, Breitbart editor-at-large Peter Schweizer documented the numerous conflicts of interests involved in the Bill Clinton-Frank Giustra relationship. The secret list of 1,076 unknown foreign donors only adds to the possibility that there are additional conflicts beyond those already disclosed.
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    On May 8, the Washington Post reported that CGEP had disclosed the names of 21 of those 1,100 secret foreign donors first discovered in late April.
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    As the Post reported at the time:
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    Donors whose names were posted to the Web site of the group Friday included Ian Telfer, a Giustra friend who formerly chaired the company Uranium One. A recent New York Times story recounted how the State Department under Hillary Rodham Clinton signed off on the sale of Uranium One to a Russian state-owned company. Her aides have said she was not personally involved in the decision, which involved multiple government agencies.
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    Other Giustra colleagues from the mining industry are also on the list, including Sergey Kurzin, who worked with Giustra on a deal to buy uranium in Kazakhstan in 2005. The deal closed days after Giustra had dinner with Bill Clinton and the country’s president. Giustra has said Clinton was not involved.
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    Breitbart News reported earlier about the role then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton played in the approval of the 2010 deal in which ARMZ a wholly owned subsidiary of Rosatom, which is owned by the Russian government, acquired a controlling interest in Uranium One by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. With that transaction, the Russian government gained control of 20 percent of the deposits of uranium in the United States.
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    Breitbart News asked both the Clinton Foundation and CGEP to tell us whether or not they had released the names of the additional 1,079 unknown CGEP donors (as of May 8), and if they had not, whether they planned to ever do so.
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    The Clinton Foundation did not respond to our inquiries.
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    A spokesperson for CGEP responded promptly.
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    “PLEASE REFER TO THE FAQ PAGE FOR A LIST OF OUR MAJOR DONORS CLICK HERE,” they responded via email to our question about whether they had released the names of all 1,100 contributors.
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    That page, which has apparently been updated only slightly since Frank Giustra released a statement in early May, says the following:
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    ARE THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANADIAN DONORS THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE CLINTON GIUSTRA ENTERPRISE PARTNERSHIP (CANADA) PUBLIC INFORMATION?
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    No. Under Canadian laws and charitable best practices, charitable donors have a right to privacy. When a donor gives money to a Canadian charity in confidence, and in the process provides his or her personal information, under Canadian law a fiduciary relationship is established between the Canadian charity and the donor concerning the use of private information that the donor has provided. To maintain the fiduciary relationship between Canadian donors and the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada) with regard to disclosure of donor information, prior consent must be first obtained from each and every Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada) donor agreeing to disclose their donor information to any other person or organization.
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    The CGEP website lists only 24 “major donors,” but does not identify the amount each contributed. That is a grand total of 3 more donor names than the 21 donor names CGEP released on May 8.
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    In the four weeks since May 8, CGEP has only reduced the list of secret foreign donors from 1,079 to 1,076. As for the other 1,076, CGEP has apparently no intention of releasing their names.
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    CGEP did not specify on its website if it has asked those 1,076 donors for permission to release their names.
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    Here is the list of 24 “major donors” which CGEP has released:
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    Read More: Clinton Foundation Refuses to Release Names of 1,076 Secret Foreign Donors - Breitbart
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    My Thoughts:
    Just think of how many times that you’ve heard Hillary talk about Trump disclosing his tax forms that he was told he would do after the audit is complete, so why is Hillary refusing to disclose these secret donors?
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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  3. I heard today the FBI is looking into the foundation. More likely will take until after the election and then declare nothing found.

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    All they need to do is read the book, Clinton Cash.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by opsspec1991 View Post
    All they need to do is read the book, Clinton Cash.
    I'll pass. While I do enjoy reading fiction I'll pass on reading fantasy.

    Paul

    P.S. I just finished reading book #1 of the Jack Reacher series and will read them in order even though I have already read a couple of them in the middle of the series. From what I've been told, the series is based on the life and times of the OP.

  6. I have a list of foreign donors from the Clinton Foundation, from Gussifer 2.0 but the file is to big to attach to this thread.

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    I have that problem with books that are in a series, starting one 3rd in the line of it and then going out to obtain the one's that came before it. If your looking for good places to find books that are really cheep that the shipping is lower than the book, go to Half.com to Abe.com. The majority of the time I can get a hardback for $.75 cents and shipping around $4.25. Give them a try if you looking for older book also that are no longer in print.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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