ROGER CLINTON TOLD FBI THAT HE ACCEPTED FOREIGN CASH FOR PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON

dApril 3, 2015

Published on TheHillaryDaily.com

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

‘This entire story would be funny as hell if it weren’t an indictment on money laundering and pay to play politics, the rules be damned.

What sounds like a comedic farce is in fact real. 

Few have the inside scoop on Slick and Hillary like Dick Morris.

To be filed under “Every family has their closet case.”

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More affection in the picture above than any recent ones with Hill and Bill together.’
By DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN
Published on TheHillaryDaily.comon April 3, 2015

Raking in foreign cash is nothing new to the Clinton family.  Bill Clinton’s brother, Roger, told FBI agents that he “received money for President Clinton from foreign governments” during Bill’s presidency.

Roger claimed that, after the first few times he brought back money for the President, either Bill or his staff told him that the President could not accept money from foreign governments and that he should send the money back.

No nepotism here by golly!

During his brother’s presidential campaign and subsequent administration, Clinton was given the codename “Headache” by the Secret Service due to his controversial behavior. In 2001, before his brother left office,  Roger Clinton was granted a presidential pardon for a 1985 cocaine possession conviction for which he had served a year in prison. The pardon allowed for the conviction to be expunged from his criminal record

Now, that’s a good one, isn’t it?  What are the odds that Roger Clinton packed up wads of cash and sent it back to where it came from?  And what about the first few times?  What happened to that money?

In 2002, the House Committee on Government Reform issued a scathing report on the Clinton Presidential Pardons with disturbing findings about the President’s brother:

“Roger Clinton engaged in a systematic effort to trade on his brother’s name during the Clinton Administration.”

The section on Roger went well beyond just pardons and included a number of his other schemes to trade on his relationship to the President. His combined take was $700,000 — and that’s just what he deposited in his bank account and could be traced.  It seems likely that he pocketed or spent at least some additional cash. Roger insisted that his brother was aware of his activities and approved of them.

Roger admitted to receiving $335,000 in cash and travelers checks from foreign sources such as South Korea, Venezuela, and Taiwan that were deposited into his account during Bill’s presidency. 

Roger refused to tell the Committee why he had received the checks, but apparently told the FBI that a lot of it was for overseas “concerts” by his band. 

The Committee noted that the fact that the travelers checks were provided in blank “suggests that the funds were intentionally provided to Clinton in a manner calculated to conceal their origin.”  All of the travelers checks were purchased overseas and brought to the U.S. by Roger Clinton, who did not disclose them to Customs officials as required by federal law.

The Committee also noted that it was likely that there were more travelers checks and case that was not deposited into his account.

The House Committee uncovered these checks in Roger Clinton’s bank account:

CASH OR TRAVELERS CHECKS PAYMENTS TO ROGER CLINTON

See entire article and the amount of money laundered below.

Date Deposited
Type of Check
Origin
Purchaser Name
Amount
November 30, 1998
American Express
Unknown
Chen Jianxing
$1,000
December 1, 1998
American Express
Taiwan
Huang Xian Wen
$15,000
December 8, 1998
American Express
Taiwan
Huang Xian Wen
$23,000
December 15, 1998
Citicorp
Taiwan
Unknown
$90,000
December 15, 1998
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
$29,000
December 15, 1998
Visa-Sumitomo
Taiwan
Lin Mei Guang
$4,000
December 15, 1998
American Express
Taiwan
Huang Xian Wen
$2,000
July 12, 1999
American Express
Unknown
Unknown
$20,000
July 12, 1999
Citicorp
South Korea
Sook-Eun Jang
$5,000
November 30, 1999
Citicorp
Taiwan
Unknown
$3,000
November 30, 1999
Citicorp
Taiwan
Unknown
$10,000
November 30, 1999
Citicorp
Taiwan
Unknown
$5,000
November 30, 1999
Visa
Taiwan
Unknown
$1,000
November 30, 1999
Visa
Taiwan
Xu Jingsheng
$3,000
November 30, 1999
Citicorp
Venezuela
Pedro Jose Garboza Matos
$38,000
November 30, 1999
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
$40,000
February 22, 2000
American Express
Taiwan
Qu Guang Yin
$7,000
March 24, 2000
Citicorp
Venezuela
Pedro Jose Garboza Matos
$3,000
April 5, 2000
American Express
Taiwan
Mou Chuanxue
$4,000
April 17, 2000
American Express
Taiwan
Qu Guang Yin
$13,000
April 17, 2000
American Express
Unknown
Suk Eun Chang
$5,000
May 15, 2000
American Express
Unknown
Unknown
$5,000
July 13, 2000
Citicorp
South Korea
Seung-Chul Ham
$1,000
July 27, 2000
Citicorp
South Korea
Seung-Chul Ham
$2,000
July 31, 2000
Citicorp
South Korea
Seung-Chul Ham
$4,000
August 2, 2000
American Express
Unknown
Unknown
$1,000
August 11, 2000
American Express
Unknown
Unknown
$1,000
Total
$335,000

TOTAL PAYMENTS RECEIVED = $335,000

In addition to the $335,000 listed above, Roger also deposited $85,000 in cash in his personal bank account between January and November 1998. In December 1999, he deposited a $70,000 travelers check from “Suk Eun Chang” as well as a $10,000 travelers check from the same source.  Clinton refused to disclose the source of these funds, saying only that he got some of the money for performing in foreign countries with his band.  The Committee was unable to find Suk Eun Chang to set any further information.  

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