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France’s former President Nicholas Sarkozy has been indicted for financial corruption

Via Disobedient Media

It seems as if some measure of bad karma has finally come to haunt the friends of Hillary Clinton, with news emerging this week that France’s former President Nicholas Sarkozy has been indicted for financial corruption in Libya stemming from the late Muammar Gaddafi’s alleged financing of Sarkozy’s 2007 campaign. With the protection of the neoliberal Queen, Hillary Clinton, removed from the political chess board after her failed Presidential bid, it remains to be seen as to how many more of her supporters and associates have become perilously vulnerable to exposure.

When then Secretary-of-State Hillary Clinton spat “We came, we saw, he died,” in the wake of Muammar Gaddafi’s murder, she was not the only psychopath reveling in a bloody victory: Behind her, in the shadows, corrupt leaders like Sarkozy were also cheering.

Earlier this week, press reports indicated that Sarkozy was placed under official investigation and charged with passive corruption, illicit campaign financing and misappropriation of Libyan public funds in relation to the alleged illegal financing of his 2007 presidential campaign by the late Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi. Julian Assange Tweeted:

The destruction of Libya is not the only tie binding Sarkozy with Clinton. He personally stepped in on behalf of child traffickers in Chad, much as Bill and Hillary Clinton went to great lengths to intervene for the sake of accused child trafficker Laura Silsby in Haiti.

Disobedient Media previously reported on Sarkozy’s direct interference in Chad on behalf of French charity workers with the Zoe’s Ark. Many of the stolen children were not from the war-torn areas that the NGO claimed, had living relatives, and were even dressed with bandages to create the perception of (non-existent) wounds. If their work had continued undetected, the group would have removed as many as ten thousand children, by their own admission.

Despite all this, Sarkozy saw fit to not only intervene on behalf of the charity, but flew to Chad on his personal jet in order to interface directly with Chad’s President Idriss Deby, and flew some of the accused back to France despite the fact that they were still under investigation. Sarkozy’s involvement fueled controversy in Chad; The Guardian reported claims that the Zoe’s Ark charity had enjoyed the backing of Cécilia Sarkozy, making the scandal a personal affair for the French President.