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US Attorney Berman, who was just fired by Trump at AG Barr’s request, was over this case, as well as the Ghislaine Maxwell case. It sounds something like Iran-Contra, and many of the players are the same. This Turkish government owned bank seems to play a role something like BCCI. Barr previously recommended Iran-Contra pardons; blocked BCCI indictment; refused to appoint a special counsel for Iraqgate. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/01/16/trump-ag-pick-barrs-troubling-record-recommended-iran-contra-pardons-blocked-bcci-indictment-refused-to-appoint-special-counsel-for-iraqgate-shared-memo-on-obstruction-with-trump-lawyers/

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Inside Trump Towers Istanbul.

Iranian born Reza Zarrab, central to the sanctions evasion scheme, was a Trump Towers Istanbul tenant and Giuliani client. “Trump Urged Top Aide to Help Giuliani Client Facing DOJ Charges” By Nick Wadhams, Saleha Mohsin, Stephanie Baker, and Jennifer Jacobs Wednesday, October 09, 2019 22:27:11, Bloomberg, https://archive.li/kUpPy As reported by Bloomberg: “Zarrab’s release was a high priority for Erdogan until the gold trader agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in New York.” So, is the whole point of Trump Tower(s) to link together money laundering and sanctions evasion schemes?

In April 2017, media reported that negotiations involving the U.S. and Turkish governments were undergoing, to the effect that Zarrab would be extradited to Turkey while in return “Turkey would be much less resistant to the US’s missions in Syria…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reza_Zarrab

This sanctions evasion scheme connects both Erdogan and Trump to Iran…

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