freedom outpost–47j.,b43–Clinton Called Out on Russian Uranium Deal – Malheur Documents Found by Bundys Come to Forefront–Tim Brown — November 2, 2016
Earlier this year, it was reported that the Clintons have been involved in selling Uranium ore to the Russians for millions of dollars, which later was sold to Iran, and part of that discovery was tied to the imprisonment of Dwight and Steve Hammond, two ranchers from Oregon who were accused of terrorism, even though they only were doing what the Bureau of Land Management has been doing without consequence. Now, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is making the Clintons’ dealings with the Russians over Uranium a big issue heading into next week’s election. It’s also renewing interest in documents the were discovered earlier this year when Ammon Bundy and several other patriots occupied the Malheur Wildlife Reserve in Oregon and were subsequently arrested, for which they were recently acquitted on all charges.
Reporter Pete Santilli, who was at Malheur and had all charges dismissed against him in September said, “Before being arrested I was researching and reporting on the connection between Malheur, Hillary Clinton, and Uranium One. I was arrested the day after I released the [Hammond Legal Files] and at that point my investigation was effectively stopped; now that Donald Trump has brought the issue back into the spotlight, I thought we should take another look.”
The Hammond Legal File, is a 682 page legal history of the Hammond family’s decades’ long fight over land rights with the BLM and Department of Fish and Wildlife in Harney County, Oregon. Nestled in the pages was a letter that Santilli dubbed, “The Mineral Letter” and has never been seen until now. The letter was addressed to Chad Karges, head of “The Department of Fish and Wildlife” whose office is located at the Refuge. While the letter did not reveal a clear connection between Malheur and Uranium One, we did find it revealed that as of 2012 the mineral rights – surrounding and inside the property itself, belonged to 2 private investment firms. That information coupled with Uranium One’s Facebook post does open the door for possibility.
The letter is of great interest because just a short time before it was written to Karges, it was being widely reported that Oregon Energy llc [a subsidiary of Uranium One] was poised to start mining for Uranium in Oregon.Bob Robertson, the Attorney from Medford Oregon who wrote to Karges in July of 2012, and is also the administrator of Mountain Star Investments LLC, one of the principal mineral rights owners on the refuge, explains in the letter; The joint venture owns a total interest of 22,000 acres of mining reservations around and inside the Refuge including the parcel the Refuge Headquarters sits on.
source- tim brown, freedom outpost, pete santilli, chad karges,bob robertson