Expert predicts Bill and Hillary Clinton will BOTH be convicted “BIGLY” for crimes in 2018 as their house of cards comes crashing DOWN

Wednesday, January 3, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Wednesday, January 03, 2018

In just a few short weeks, former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown will begin serving a five-year prison sentence for participating in an $800,000 charity fraud. But her conviction and sentencing will no doubt raise questions about why she is behind bars, but Hillary Clinton and, to another extent her philandering husband and ex-president, Bill Clinton, remain free.

As Lifezette has reported, that question and the fact that Clinton has yet to be charged for so very obviously (and carelessly) mishandling classified information during her tenure as Barack Obama’s Secretary of State has raised substantial, well-deserved doubts about the unequal application of justice in America. Those with less or no political influence seem to be dealt with much more harshly than those who are considered powerful.

Brown, an African-American Democrat who long represented the Jacksonville, Fla., district, was convicted last year in a case that, in terms of dollars involved, was paltry compared to the Clinton Foundation. Begun in 1997 as the former president’s library project, it morphed into a $2 billion cash cow for the former first family, in what one nonprofit expert has called “the biggest charity fraud ever.”

That expert, Charles Ortel, told Lifezette on Sunday that he believes fired FBI Director James “Comey will rat out Hillary and the Clintons faster than [Olympic runner] Usain Bolt runs the 100-meter dash.”

Further, he predicted, “Both Clintons will be convicted, bigly,” this year. (Related: PROOF that Hillary Clinton got special treatment by the FBI, which exonerated her even though she committed serious crimes.)

Ortel, a New York investment banker who became a non-profit fraud investigator, first gained national prominence in 2007 when he exposed fraudulent accounting practices at General Electric and a number of other large corporations. He also became known for warning of the then-approaching financial crisis that became known as the Great Recession of 2008.

Since 2015 Ortel has documented extensively cases involving what he sees as the Clinton Foundation’s multiple violations of laws and rules governing charities. They include, significantly, examples of the foundation operating international medical and disaster relief programs in violation of its tax-exempt status granted by the IRS.

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