JP Morgan Chase Pays 264 Million Fine for Bribing Chinese Officials

SHADOW PROOF JPMorgan is, once again, paying money out to federal regulators for its chronic criminal activity. The latest payment of $264 million comes after it was discovered that the Too Big To Fail/Jail bank hired the relatives of Chinese government officials to win business in China—a clear violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). According to the Department of Justice, JPMorgan will pay a $72 million criminal penalty to the Department of Justice, a civil penalty of $61....
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Bill Clinton: No Regrets for Receiving Foreign Cash

Bill Clinton says he has no regrets about taking millions in foreign cash for his foundation — even though the donations have caused a political headache for Hillary Clinton as she tries to follow him into the Oval Office. In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Cynthia McFadden, the former president said his charity has never done anything "knowingly inappropriate." Under pressure, the foundation recently announced it will only accept contributions from six Western governments going forw...
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Russia Paid Clinton Foundation Millions for Uranium Deal

Bill Clinton and his family foundation reportedly received millions from the head of a uranium company -- and a firm promoting their stock -- while the Russians sought approval for a takeover of the company from several U.S. agencies including the one headed by Clinton's wife. The New York Times reported on the complex and intertwined relationships -- as well as the favors and donations -- that factored into the deal. At the center of the controversy is a company called Uranium One. The Ru...
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