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August 30, 2017  

Outside the watchful eyes of governmental agencies—particularly those familiar with the law-breaking, charity-fraud practices of the Clinton Foundation and its various affiliates—the Clintons appear to be back in their “we do good works” business.

Ex-Wall Street banker-turned financial investigator Charles Ortel for years has been tracking the under-the-radar operations of the Clinton financial empire, at the core of which is a family foundation. The foundation, formally The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, claims it is a charity helping to solve major human challenges in the world, but Ortel has found damning proof that it operated in flagrant violation of domestic and international law as a slush fund for the Clintons, selling access and favors to “donors.”

“It’s the largest unprosecuted fraud in U.S. history,” says Ortel, who proved that several Wall Street-traded companies had been overvaluing their stocks by billions of dollars during the time of the 2008-2009 stock market crash.

Today on Leid Stories, Ortel details the highly irregular business model the Clintons appear to have followed, and still are following, to build their business empire.

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