First Uranium One case going to trial, other three copped pleas

First Uranium One case going to trial, other three copped pleas

Mark Tutt Lambert (above)

Mark Lambert is charged with bribery, money laundering, and internet fraud in one of four related cases involving Uranium One.

He has already rejected two plea deals.

Lambert , who lives in Mt. Airy, Maryland, was the co-President of Transport Logistics Inc. from January 2010 through September 2016. Lambert spent 20-years specializing in moving nuclear materials all over the world including the U.S. and Russia.

Lambert sold his business in 2016 to start a distillery in Frederick, Maryland.

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Lambert owns and operates a distillery. On his LinkedIn internet resume, Lambert admits he worked as an intelligence analyst for the Department of Defense.

Uranium One resulted in the sale of 25 per cent of America’s uranium resources to Russia.

And $145 million in contributions to the Clinton Foundation, according to Louie Gohmert (R-Texas).

Now the U.S. buys uranium from Russian. The amount is enough to fuel 10 per cent of America’s electric power.

The article below is from Pravda. It is owned and controlled by the Russian government.

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No trial date has been set in the criminal matter of Mark Lambert.

The Judge, prosecutors and defense attorneys have already discussed and planned for a three week trial.

Prosecutors and defense attorneys told the judge last month that Justice Department records in this case are gibberish, unable to be deciphered, or read.

According to the court’s condition of release, Lambert may travel anywhere in the Continental U.S.

He is a free man.

No bond is necessary.

Firearms must be surrendered.


Pacer is the official record of the federal courts

Defendants in three of the Uranium One cases have already plead guilty to bribery, money laundering, and fraud.

Only Mark Lambert is going to trial.

The Trial Judge is Theodore D. Huang. He was a classmate of President Barack Obama at Harvard Law School. Judge Huang ruled that President Donald J. Trump’s immigration ban unconstitutional.

The other federal judge who struck down Trump’s travel ban was Judge Derrick K. Watson in Hawaii.

Huang and Watson worked together in the Justice Department before their appointment to the court.

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Mark T. Lambert

These are the four related cases involving Uranium One. They are cited on the Justice Department’s web site.

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All the above Uranium One cases were filed and heard in the U.S. District Court of Maryland.


Rod Rosenstein (above), Deputy Attorney General

Rod “Rosenstein supervised the Uranium One investigation”, said Louie Gohmert (R-Texas).

As Deputy Attorney General, Rosenstein is second in command at the Justice Department.

Prior to that, Rosenstein headed the Justice Department’s Office in Maryland from July 12, 2005 to April 24th, 2017.

“We must make sure that these documents (about Uranium One) that have been hidden are brought forward,” said Gohmert.

Uranium One was approved on Oct. 22nd, 2010.

Rosenstein told Congress that the first Uranium One case was filed on July 7th, 2014.

If no prosecutions existed prior to Uranium One, where was the evidence on why the deal was corrupt and should be stopped?

According to Charles Doyle, Acting Law Librarian of Congress at the U.S, Library of Congress, the time to prosecute certain federal crimes could be extended from five to ten years.

In the case of Uranium One, Rosenstein’s office went back to 2004 to prosecute them.

Here is one Uranium case starting in 2004. It is a Justice Department record.

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Please scroll down 21 pages to “Appendix A” in this link:

The next 14 pages are facts that the Justice Department has agreed are true in court.

The bribery scheme is detailed in 18 examples, all prior to the approval of Uranium One. All say that the District of Maryland had the records.

And this is in just one of the four Uranium One cases.

The Uranium One deal was “a long-running scheme” by “high-level executives”, according to the Justice Department.

The documents also say that Mark T. Lambert was an owner and executive of Transport Logistics from August 1998 to September 2016.

As Managing Partner, Lambert ran the business.

William Douglas Campbell was an owner and executive of Transport Logistics from 1998 to December 2009.

From 2010 to 2011, Campbell was no longer an employee. He was self-employed working as a lobbyist for Tenex. It is a subsidiary of Rosatom, the Russian government’s nuclear agency.

Campbell’s role was bagman, the guy who collected and paid some of the bribes.

The Justice Department admits Campbell was a co-conspirator in the bribe scheme starting in 2009. However, court documents show the bribes started March 16th, 2005 and continued to Oct. 1st, 2014.

Campbell said he called the FBI as soon as he became aware of the bribery scheme which was in Nov. 27th, 2009.

The FBI, however, had another informant.

How else could they have known about bribes dating back to 2004?

Rosenstein knew.

From the George Webb Channel on YouTube broadcast this morning.

Please fast forward video to 37:35 for details of Mark Lambert’s travels to Iran in 2002.

Daughters are fluent in Farsi (Pakistani).

So is their father, Mark.

Their Mom is Russian.


Mark Lambert (above) in his distillery


Mark Lambert in stocks at his distillery.

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George Webb at Dragon Distillery. He confirmed Mark Lambert is fluent in Arabic and is from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Yevgeny Adamov, Russian nuclear physicist (above)

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Andrew G. McCabe, former acting Director of the FBI

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Russian fugitive, Makarenko, arrested again by FBI, this time for fleeing Miami to escape 20 years in jail for exporting sniper gear

Russian fugitive, Makarenko, arrested again by FBI, this time for fleeing Miami to escape 20 years in jail for exporting sniper gear

Rod Rosenstein was hired by Robert Mueller in 1990 as Justice Dept. lawyer

Rod Rosenstein was hired by Robert Mueller in 1990 as Justice Dept. lawyer