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Doug Bands "Memorandum" - Paving the way for RICO against the Clintons...

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posted on Nov, 1 2016 @ 02:05 PM
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Could this finally be it? Doug Band was kind enough to outline the nature of Teneo / Clinton Foundation and even specifically outline Bill Clintons earnings on speeches and which companies that paid him for it... we're not talking CF money... we're talking Clinton personal money.

It's quite a long document, but since Doug was so thorough and explanatory, hopefully the authorities have no other option now than to act on it and deal with it accordingly.

I'll put my money down on Hillarys campaign ending before the week is over and they will nominate someone else.... perhaps Kaine?

Email in question is no. 35400 on Wikileaks, make sure to download the attachment as it is the document in question.

Apart from that, we have Podesta displaying intent to obstruction of justice as he litterally writes that the Hillary emails should be dumped the sooner the better. This on the same day as it was made public that she was using a private server.

And why wont Bill Clinton submit to a DNA test? If he's is innocent he has everything to gain and nothing to lose. Him denying to submit to a test reaks of guilt and is just as bad as being found positive for fatherhood......

Paid speeches:

Bill Clinton paid speeches:

UBS – $900,000 (2011 - 2012)
Ericson – $750,000 plus $400,000 for a private plane
BHP – $175,000 in 2012
Barclays -- two paid speeches in 2010 and 2011 totaling more than $700,000.
edit on 1/11/16 by flice because: (no reason given)




posted on Nov, 1 2016 @ 02:10 PM
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Bill not taking the DNA test is to make a show that "It's preposterous that anyone would even claim such a thing", and in reality a lot of people will go along with it and agree that he shouldn't have to speak on the issue.

It's a political move (of course), and probably the best option he has considering lying and "playing their game" has brought him and the other Clintons all of their success



posted on Nov, 1 2016 @ 02:16 PM
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49.2 % of people still receive free money.

They don't care about emails.

Myself and other hard working Americans are paying,

For half the Country to sit on their collective A$$e$.



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