False affidavits were used to convict and prosecute Uranium One defendants
“Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain” from the Wizard of Oz
Defendants in the four Uranium cases all came from sworn statements by David Gadren.
They were faked.
David Gadren is a ghost. He never existed.
Gadren never worked as a Special Agent for the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Inspector General (OIG).
The affidavit he signed said he has been working there since 2008.
Court transcripts introduce Gadren as present at hearings.
He never says anything.
The Judge acknowledges Gadren as an attorney representing the prosecution.
Attorneys must report their legal license registration to the court.
None was ever reported for Gadren.
After one year on the job, Gadren was assigned one of the most important criminal cases in the history of the U.S.
According to the job description of a DOE Special Agent, they investigate alleged wrongdoing of Department of Energy employees.
Gadren’s “Information” letter substituted as an FBI “Affidavit of Criminal Complaint” against American and Russian citizens.
The FBI investigates wrongdoing of alleged crimes of its citizens.
The CIA authority is abroad in non-U.S. territories.
Gadren’s investigative authority comes from none of the these.
But the Judge it is okay because the defendants waived their right to a Grand Jury.
Gadren was substituted for the FBI.
The FBI never investigated the Uranium One case.
Out of three million documents, none of them have been validated as coming from an FBI investigation.
Two million documents have been sealed in the Uranium One cases. Who knows what happened to the rest.
The Judge is the same in all Uranium One cases.
Judge Theodore Chuang (schwong like King Kong) from the Federal District Court of Maryland.
President Barack Hussein Obama succeeded Chuang as Editor of the Harvard Law Review.
The prosecutor in all four cases were the same.
Rod Rosenstein, former Assistant Attorney General of the U.S.
Rosenstein was Attorney General for Maryland at the time charges were filed in the Uranium One cases.
Daren Condrey, one of the defendants, plead guilty on July 15th, 2015.
He has never spent a day in jail.
Rodney “Rod” Fisk was the key CEO in the case.
Fisk was reported dead in court transcripts.
No one knows him or has ever seen him.
No body was ever found.
No Memorial Service.
No recognition or award was ever given to him for negotiating a nuclear arms deal with Russia.
Fisk was said to be a diplomat from South Africa.
If true, why did the U.S. allow a South African diplomat to negotiate a nuclear treaty with Russia?
Where is a copy of the treaty?
All treaties have to be approved by the U.S. Senate.
Is “Rod Fisk” really Marc Rich?
Or Bob Rich?
Which Bob Rich?
Robert A. Rich, PhD, Harvard, a uranium geologist.
Mark Tutt Lambert’s trial is Oct. 29th. His is the last of four Uranium One cases.
Out of 17 witnesses for his defense, Lambert’s attorneys told the court on April 19th that only one will be called.
A five week trial has been whittled down to three days or less.
It has been delayed three times.
He too was never jailed. Bail was waived.
Lambert has been on probation for 20 years, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
His bankruptcy file is unavailable to public search.
None of the defendant’s attorneys in the Uranium One cases specialize in criminal law.
Yet they are approving guilty plea agreements for their clients.
Only Lambert has refused to cop a plea.