DOJ: Key Mueller Witness and Convicted Pedophile Indicted for Illegal Contributions to Hillary

DOJ: Key Mueller Witness and Convicted Pedophile Indicted for Illegal Contributions to Hillary

A key witness in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on President Trump and Russia has been indicted for making illegal contributions to Hillary Clinton to the tune of over $3.5 million.

In a statement, the Department of Justice said that George Nader conspired with CEO Ahmad Khawaja, to illegally funnel millions in campaign donations sent to political committees associated “with a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 election.”

“By design, these contributions appeared to be in the names of Khawaja, his wife, and his company,” wrote the DOJ. “In reality, they allegedly were funded by Nader. Khawaja and Nader allegedly made these contributions in an effort to gain influence with high-level political figures, including the candidate. As Khawaja and Nader arranged these payments, Nader allegedly reported to an official from a foreign government about his efforts to gain influence.”

According to Fox News, “Although the indictment does not specifically name the 2016 candidate, campaign finance records indicate that the recipient of the donations was Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.”

The Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra points out that Law and Crime documented pedophilia allegations against Nader, and that video footage of children as young as 3 was found on his phone:

Nader was arrested in New York City back in June for allegedly “transporting visual depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.” The charges stemmed from evidence the FBI found when agents seized three of Nader’s iPhones on an unrelated matter in January 2018, according to court documents. The FBI allegedly found dozens of pornographic videos of boys on one of Nader’s phones, as well as images depicting bestiality. Nader previously pleaded guilty to one count of transporting child pornography in 1991.

Investigators found him at Dulles International Airport in January 2018 to talk to him about his work on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign; they seized Nader’s electronic devices. They said he allegedly possessed 12 videos showing minors in sex acts.

They have gone on to say that videos depicted children as young as 3, and that some of the footage was sent from his phone to others. He was already fighting the allegation, and has pleaded not guilty to the new charges on Friday.

In all, eight people were charged in the campaign finance scheme. The others named by the DOJ are, Roy Boulos, Rudy Dekermenjian, Mohammad “Moe” Diab, Rani El-Saadi, Stevan Hill and Thayne Whipple.

“The 53 count indictment charges Khawaja with two counts of conspiracy, three counts of making conduit contributions, three counts of causing excessive contributions, 13 counts of making false statements, 13 counts of causing false records to be filed, and one count of obstruction of a federal grand jury investigation. Nader is charged with conspiring with Khawaja to make conduit campaign contributions, and related offenses. Boulos, Dekermenjian, Diab, El-Saadi, Hill, and Whipple are charged with conspiring with Khawaja and each other to make conduit campaign contributions and conceal excessive contributions, and related offenses,” states the DOJ.

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