FBI Informant Has Video of ‘Bags of Cash’

William Campbell, the former Rosatom lobbyist who became a secret FBI informant, reportedly has video of Russian officials bribing U.S. nuclear power industry officials with bags of cash.


In an interview with FOX News Channel host Sean Hannity, The Hill’s John Solomon and Quora’s Sara Carter said the former secret FBI informant, William Campbell, has a lot to say and show Congress when he finally gets to testify.

Among the bombshell pieces of evidence will be video of Russians with briefcases full of cash to be used as bribes for U.S. nuclear energy company officials. The evidence will firmly establish the Russian government was compromising the American nuclear power industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, and that a full investigation was blocked until after the Obama administration approved the sale of Uranium One. That sale was approved by a committee of Cabinet officials, of which then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would have been a member.

In the interview with Hannity, Carter said:

“[Campbell]’s very sick and he’s been battling cancer and going chemo. He is in a battle for not only his life, but in a battle against what he perceives as people within the US government that don’t want this story to come out. But there’s so much information that he is willing to share with the public to set the record straight, and believe me we’re gonna get it out there. He is going to have his say. His voice will be heard.”

Solomon added:

“He is going to be an extraordinary fact witness because he gathered so much information. There are videotapes where the Russians are opening up briefcases full of cash. These are the people we then gave uranium to, that we then gave nuclear fuel contracts to.”

Contrary to what Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the House Judiciary Committee last week, Solomon and Carter said this was happening before the Uranium One deal was finalized and the Justice Department had been alerted.

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