posted on Jul, 9 2014 @ 01:54 AM
Here we go again. Another one of our "leaders", Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez says he was setup in a "smear plot" by Cuban intelligence accusing him
of having sex with underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic. A tipster gave evidence to the justice department in 2012, linking Menendez to the
The New Jersey Democrat told CNN in an exclusive interview on Tuesday that the Justice Department should look at any evidence it may have that
he was the subject of a conspiracy by the regime to spread false allegations.
An FBI source claimed that no evidence has been found to support the senators statements. BTW, this guy is the chairman of Senate Foreign Relations
Committee. On one hand, these elites are so screwed up in the head, they think they have so much power that they can do whatever they want. As Henry
Kissinger famously said "power is the ultimate aphrodisiac".
From his perch as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Menendez has pushed the Obama administration to hold the line on
sanctions against the regime of Raul Castro.
The story continues, as the CIA comes in and says they found evidence of a smear plot from Cubans last night. However, the CIA is overstepping their
Such a formal finding by the agency would be unusual -- though not unheard of -- because the FBI, not the CIA, has primary responsibility to
investigate foreign intelligence operations against a U.S. government official.
I have found some new info pertaining to this case. In 2008 an undercover FBI agent approached a journalist about info he had, saying the Cubans were
trying to fabricate false claims against the senator because of his lobbying against Castro. Maybe he has pissed off some ppl and they want him out of
office. Here is some more evidence supporting this.
n November 2012, the conservative political news and opinion website Daily Caller published allegations that Menendez had contact with
underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic. The allegations were promoted by Republican Party operatives, who arranged interviews for
two women accusing Menendez of patronizing prostitutes. News organizations such as the New York Times, ABC News and the New York Post had
declined to publish the allegations, viewing them as unsubstantiated and lacking credibility.
The FBI investigated the allegations involving prostitution, and found no evidence to substantiate them. Subsequently, one of the women who
had accused Menendez stated that she had been paid to falsely implicate the Senator, whom she had never met. The Daily Caller says this
woman was not interviewed for their story. Menendez's office described the allegations as "manufactured" by a "right-wing blog" as a politically
motivated smear. On March 18, police in the Dominican Republic announced that three women had acknowledged they had been paid $300–425 each to
lie about having had sex with Menendez.
Guilty or a smear plot?
edit on 9-7-2014 by kevinp2300 because: (no reason given)