SOURCE: OBAMA DOJ STONEWALLING NYPD PRESS CONFERENCE ON ALLEGED CLINTON, AIDES, CONGRESSMEN’S CRIMES
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 4, 2016) — Guest Erik Prince told Breitbart News Daily on Friday that the NYPD has found evidence on Anthony Weiner’s computer implicating Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton and other Democrats in Congress in a number of alleged crimes of a highly serious nature.
Prince is a retired Navy Seal and founder of Blackwater, a private contracting company which became very controversial during the Iraq war.
“Weiner and Abedin have both flipped,” Prince said, meaning that they have agreed to testify against others involved in exchange for more lenient treatment by law enforcement (3:30).
Abedin is Clinton’s deputy campaign manager and previously worked at the Clinton Foundation and the State Department with Clinton. The Foundation has been under investigation by the FBI for at least a year and is reportedly close to issuing indictments or making arrests in the case. Weiner is Abedin’s estranged husband and has been accused of sexting with underage girls over the internet.
Prince told the host, Alex, that a “very well-placed source” (2:02) at the NYPD said that the NYPD “wanted to do a press conference announcing warrants and the additional arrests they were making in this investigation… but have gotten huge pushback from the Justice Department…”
“I wish the NYPD would have a press conference,” Prince said relative to the material allegedly found on Weiner’s computer, which he described as “evil.”
On Thursday, WikiLeaks pointed to an email in its Twitter feed having to do with a woman convicted in Haiti of illegally attempting to remove 33 Haitian children from the country under the auspices of caring for them, even though the children were not orphans.
Prince said that on Weiner’s laptop, the NYPD “found way more stuff than just more information pertaining to the inappropriate sexting the guy was doing. They found State Department emails; they found a lot of other really damning criminal information including money laundering, including the fact that Hillary went to this sex island with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein; Bill Clinton went more than 20 times; Hillary Clinton went there at least six times.”
Epstein was sentenced to 18 months in prison for reportedly “soliciting prostitutes and procuring underage girls for prostitution,” according to the UK Daily Mail, which reported that Bill Clinton accompanied Epstein 26 times to the island.
He predicted that if Clinton is elected president, a “constitutional crisis” unlike that since the American Civil War will be the result.
Prince said that the U.S. Attorney for Manhattan, Preet Bharara, is involved in the Weiner investigation. In a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee from FBI Director James Comey one week ago, the Weiner laptop was said to have been the catalyst for the FBI to examine whether or not any of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her private server ended up there and included classified information.
On July 5, Comey announced, to the surprise of many, that he would not recommend prosecution or a referral of the evidence to a grand jury from Clinton’s use of a private server while she was Secretary of State. However, Prince said that the NYPD’s discoveries of the material on the laptop forced the FBI to take further action, as evidenced by Comey’s letter.
“The NYPD has all the information, and they will pursue justice within their rights if the FBI doesn’t, and there’s criminal culpability through all the emails they’ve seen of that 650,000 including money laundering, underage sex, pay-for-play and of course, plenty of proof of inappropriate handling, sending or receiving of classified information…” Prince said.
Prince’s report appears to corroborate that of TruePundit on Friday morning. He added that the NYPD investigation has reached the level of “just below Commissioner.”
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.