- The Patrick Fitzgerald investigation
is spilling over across the pond to Switzerland, trying to trace the bank
swindling and dirty dealings of Clinton-Bush bagman and Mossad agent, Marc
- Sources near Fitzgerald claim the crime-busting
Chicago special prosecutor is delving into why Rich was tipped off and
able to evade a 1993 arrest attempt, ordered by FBI director William Sessions.
- Those watching the Plamegate investigation
hope Fitzgerald is the 'real deal' and not just providing a neo con dog
and pony show, but sources claim the investigation is now meticulously
looking into bank swindles by the Bush-Clinton mob, amounting to more than
a trillion dollars, involving money earmarked for the U.S. Treasury.
- And bank account records - tracing more
than $750 billion of missing or stolen money - have already
provided as public record by Leo Wanta, the former U.S. Treasury agent
assigned by Sessions to put the finger on Rich. (See accounts listed below).
- In a telephone conversation Friday,
Wanta said he still keeps the official 1993 Rich arrest warrant, as proof-positive
the events took place as he reported.
- However, in a strange turn of events,
Wanta was jailed for his efforts, placed for 134 days in a Swiss dungeon,
as Rich was allowed to slip free in a move, according to Wanta, leading
to the theft of hundreds of billions- if not trillions - of U.S. Treasury
funds by the Bush-Clinton mob.
- After Wanta was framed and put in jail,
reports linking Hillary Clinton to dipping into the Wanta-controlled accounts
were recently verified by overseas investigators.
- Investigators claim the First Lady travelled
to Grenada, ordering a bank transfer from Bank Crozier Limite, Grand Anse
P.O. Box 1005, St George's Grenada, West Indies.
- Although the amount Clinton pilfered
is unknown, estimates are she withdrew approximately $250 milliion from
a Leo Wanta-controlled account, an account to be transferred to the U.S.
Treasury listed under Marvelous Investment Limited, bank account number
- Wanta, released form a long jail term
last October, also said this week in a telephone conversation he has provided
new information to overseas investigators in an effort to uncover even
more of the stolen money, as he is fast on the trail on the vast sum of
money with the help of foreign investigators and sophisticated computer
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