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Draining The Swamp – Part 48 – DOJ Unseals Indictment Involving Uranium One Scandal

Draining The Swamp - Part 48 - DOJ Unseals Indictment Involving Uranium One Scandal

Finally! An indictment was unsealed in the Uranium One Scandal. Of course it wasn’t Hillary, or any of the big players, but it is a start.


The Department of Justice unsealed an 11-count indictment on Friday to a former DoD intelligence analyst-turned uranium transportation executive who stands accused of a bribery and money laundering scheme involving a Russian nuclear official connected to the Uranium One deal.

The indictment corroborates a November report by The Hill that an FBI mole deeply embedded in the Russian uranium industry had gathered extensive evidence of the scheme.

Mark Lambert, 54, of Mount Airy, Maryland, was charged with one count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and to commit wire fraud, seven counts of violating the FCPA, two counts of wire fraud and one count of international promotion money laundering.

This should be the first in a long string of indictments, if the wheels of justice roll along as they should. There is ample evidence for many indictments, regardless of who is concerned, and We the People expect to see indictments and trials, or Jeff Sessions and Trump will suffer our wrath. Trump promised to indict Hillary. Will he? Or will this just be another broken promise that Presidents are prone to make.

We are tired of broken promises, and we are tired of corrupt officials. The time has come to Drain The Swamp.


Shorty Dawkins



  1. This was great news! I understand there are something like 10,000 sealed indictments. I reckon there are more than one indictment on some individuals. If the administration does come through for the people, well…it will then be up to We the People to enact justice. They won’t like that…

    1. WGP, Sorry bro. I traced it back to the attorneys home page and it is not mentioned, at least as of posted above date.

  2. WGP and Shorty I would love to be wrong about what I said a second ago, could use some more verification.

  3. That is good news. Perhaps these people can lead to bigger fish we all hope will go to jail or be hung for treason. I would be happy to provide the ropes.

  4. They’re throwing us scraps. One lousy traitor out of a whole administration of traitors? At this rate it will never get done with DOJ and FBI eventually saying something like, “This has gone on long enough. The cost in time and money is too great for the number of indictments being made.” When, in fact, they’re the ones wasting the time and money.

  5. If I committed a crime, ANY CRIME, no one would hesitate to bust me.
    Where’s the justice?
    These parasites have gotten away with too many criminal activities for far too long.

  6. I wonder what this fellow will die from. If any of this tracks back to the clintons I figure the body count will continue to rise around their berm.

  7. How do the statute if limitations weigh in on all of this? ? I think the limitations differ from state to state but could federal indictments be covered differently? Thanks

  8. Hillary is protected by her bosses, NEW WORLD ORDER. IF they allow her to be prosecuted, it will mean they will lose some degree of control on ALL their puppets and maybe some of their members.
    II Chronicles 7:14. Only real hope. Proof it works. King Hezekiah.

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