COOKED BOOKS? Clinton Foundation Did Not Report Russian Uranium One Deal

Could the campaign chant “Lock Her Up!” actually become a reality?
Probably not, since the deep state has a way to protect their most vicious swamp creatures.
However, as more evidence comes to light, it’s becoming clear what the Clintons did would have anyone ELSE locked up.
Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel conducted a detailed analysis of the Clinton Foundation’s financial accounting reports and Ortel believes the foundation “cooked the books” to hide payments from the Uranium One deal.
From Infowars
To stress the gravity of the Clinton Foundation’s Russian Uranium One scandal, Ortel told that he believes Clinton Foundation financial reports are criminally fraudulent in failing to report payments received in relation to the Russian Uranium One Scandal — a criminal omission Ortel believes could cause the Clintons their fortune and leave them no option but to face jail time.
In other words, the campaign chant “Lock Her Up!” may still be a reality looming for Hillary Clinton.
The financial ties between Russia and the Clintons was first documented in the Uranium One scandal by New York Times reporters Jo Becker and Mike McIntire, in an article entitled “Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal,” that the newspaper printed on April 23, 2015.
“As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation,” Becker and McIntire wrote.
“Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million,” the New York Times reporters continued.  “Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.”
Becker and McIntire further noted that shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Bill Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.
Current reports suggest as much as $145 million may have flowed to the Clinton Foundation from the Russian Uranium One deal, but the money cannot be found anywhere in the Clinton Foundation financial reporting, argues Ortel.
“The truth is that use of the Clinton Foundation as an unregulated conduit through which cash likely was traded for influence is a story that began at that entity’s birth on 23 October 1997 and continues to present–no part of the Clinton Foundation and none of the Clinton Foundation’s many ‘affiliates’ has ever been properly overseen by trustees, audited by accountants, or even validly organized by its lawyers for 20 years,” Ortel explained to in an exclusive interview.
Ortel stressed no outsider actually knows what happened to all sums that may have been sent towards the Clinton family.
However, he acknowledged, it is possible to discern, through digging, that significant portions of these supposed donations “leaked” (were diverted) along the way.
Uranium One, CGSGI, and the Clinton Foundation
Ortel’s examination of the Clinton Foundation, now extending into its fourth year, has driven Ortel to search for and acquire detailed financial reports for the Clinton Foundation, stretching back to the foundation’s inception, including all audited financial statements, as well as all available state and federal regulatory filings, including required annual IRS tax filings.
Ortel pointed out that the available Clinton Foundation regulatory filings are riddled with what appear to be intentional ommissions.”
Take 2009 results , for example, completed during 2010,” Ortel argued.  “You will not find combining results for the Clinton Foundation, by “Initiative” on the Clinton Foundation website as these are purposefully omitted.  But you will find these key results on versions of the required audit that are obtained here in New York (punch in EIN: 31-1580204) and look at the 2009 filing.”
Ortel draw attention to the audit page towards the end of the filing for 2009 called “Combined Statement of  Activities.”
“These show total contributions (normally these are from the general public) of $82.9 million and total grants (normally these are from governments and from foundations) of $162.9 million,” he continued.  “Focus on the column “CHAI” (Clinton Health Access Initiative) that shows contributions of $15.5 million (19% of the combined total) and $159.7 in grants (98% of the total). Clearly “CHAI” existed during 2009 as a material portion of the Clinton Foundation.”
But, Ortel asks, who contributed $159.7 million to “CHAI” in 2009?
“By going here, we find that a Swiss NGO called UNITAID may have contributed $85 million during 2009 (see column for 2009 and row marked “Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative, Inc.” at page 30),” he continued.
“Then look at the Clinton Foundation link at “Schedule B” that lists (without identifying) amounts given by each specific, major donor. These show small cash grants of $73.7 million, small stock grants of $5.2 million, and unidentified cash grants of $115.4 million, $$9.1 million, $7.1 million, $15.9 million, $7.1 million, and $7.8 million.”
Ortel concludes: “There is no $85 million grant from UNITAID listed and there is no grant listed in 2009 that may have been routed through CGSGI from Russia or from any other source–in fact the combining statement shows $100 (not a typo) in contributions, and only $1.5 million in grants for ‘CGSGI.’”
He explained to that he considers it shocking the true financial picture is not told in existing Clinton Foundation filings for 2009 that have circulated in the public domain, around the world, for 7 years.
“Now the IRS has had much more detailed information on this ever since 2010 when the Clinton Foundation filed their Annual Report for 2009 on Form 990,” Ortel continued.
He pointed out that IRS officials know the specific identities of each major donor and, for U.S. donors, they can readily pull tax forms to determine how much each donor claimed it sent towards Clinton entities.
“There are many major U.S. charities worth looking at in forms relating to 2009 include,” he pointed out.  “These include the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (U.S.) (there is also a U.K. version, and then other large cumulative contributors through December 2008, some of whom likely continued donating in 2009.”
Ortel pointed out, stressing that each of the foundations contributing to the Clinton Foundation may face serious civil and possibly criminal liabilities should the U.S. Congress and the U.S. legal system find the Clinton Foundation guilty of charity fraud.
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