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The Ministry of justice and the FBI have missed a Wednesday deadline to provide information about the government’s mysterious RAID on a former FBI contractor-turned-Informant’s home in the last month.
Sixteen FBI agents on Nov. 19 the house of Dennis Nathan Cain, reported to have attacked the Department of justice inspector General (IG) documents in connection with the Uranium One controversy and potential wrongdoing by former US Secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
To examine the documents in question, which allegedly showed that the Federal officials failed, possible criminal activities in relation to Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and Rosatom, the Russian nuclear company. His daughter, Canadian mining company Uranium One Uranium One in 2013 purchased.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, whose panel the supervision of the Ministry of justice, wrote a letter to FBI Director, Christopher Wray, the justice Department IG-General Michael Horowitz, requesting information on the justification for the RAID. Grassley gave Wray and Horowitz to Dec. 12 responses to its request.
The deadline has come and gone, and neither the FBI nor the DOJ has produced no documents or response.
“We have not yet received answers to the Chairman of the issues in this matter,” a judiciary Committee spokesperson told Fox News late Thursday.
The FBI consistently Fox News ” request for comment on the whistleblower raid, and the justice Committee, requests denied. On Thursday, an FBI spokesman told Fox News that the Agency would the Committee respond to the requests, the documents requested from the entity-in this case, the judiciary.
To ask whether “we are now living in a secret police state,” Cain took his frustration about the situation on Twitter earlier this week.
“So I blow the whistle on the FBI, get invaded, the reasons of the same FBI, and now they want the FBI to keep a secret? We are now living in a secret police state? Feels a bit like in 1984,” Cain tweeted late Monday, citing The Daily Caller report. The tweet was eventually deleted.
The Daily caller requested that the court unseal the search warrant materials, but the U.S. attorney for the district of Maryland, in a court filing that: “the request should be denied.”
“The public announcement of a search warrant materials would seriously the integrity of the ongoing investigation, endanger,” the court filing said the U.S. Attorney ‘ s Office,. “Continued sealing is required to protect against possible tampering of witnesses and destruction of evidence, to maintain the ability of the grand jury, this matter to investigate, and to prevent the disclosure of sensitive investigative techniques and methods.”
A spokesman for the U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, Robert K. Hur, declined to comment.
Cain’s attorney, Michael Socarras, told The Daily Caller, the agent, led to the accused of the raid, its customers on stolen Federal property. In response, the Cain allegedly claimed he was a whistleblower protected under Federal law, and said he was recognized as such, by Horowitz.
Socarras also Horowitz claimed had transmitted information about the sale of Uranium One to a Russian company, a subsidiary of the house and Senate intelligence committees.
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A spokesman for the general-inspector, declined to comment.
“As frustrating and hurt how this feels for me and my family. I will continue to my trust in God. Some days this life will pass away. I stand before my Creator with a clean concience[sic] and Jesus to be my defender. Until I fight then continue to fight the good fight with God’s help,” Cain tweeted Monday evening.
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On Tuesday, he added: “Thank you for the wave of encouragement. You all are awesome. A boxer goes to his corner to rest for a minute, refocus, and get on the sideline, some coaching. Then the bell rings and he is ready to go another round. This battle is spiritual and God is in our corner. Thing! Rom 8:31.”
Fox News has previously reported that Douglas Campbell, an FBI informant involved in Uranium One deal, testified that the legislator of Moscow paid millions to American lobbying-to influence company APCO Worldwide Clinton and the Obama administration.
“The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over 12 months,” Campbell said in his statement last February. “APCO was expected to provide assistance, free of charge, at the Clinton Global Initiative as part of its efforts to create a favourable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from uranium to A US-Russia Civilian Nuclear cooperation agreement.”
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APCO has denied Campbell’s claims, while Clinton called on all claims of misconduct in connection with the Uranium One deal”, the same nonsense they have been peddling for years, and there is no credible evidence of anyone.
“In fact,” Clinton the C-SPAN said, in October 2017, “it exposes is already repeated and will continue to be exposed.”
Separately, the DOJ and Special Counsel Robert Mueller face a Friday afternoon deadline to hand over documents related to its questioning is fired, the National security Advisor, Michael Flynn. Flynn’s team has reportedly not been set, the FBI, under pressure, to meet him a lawyer in the White house, according to which Flynn was charged on a number of lying to Federal authorities.
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.