Beware, Hillary! What Does Clinton Foundation Whistleblowers' Tax Court Win Mean for the Charity? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Beware, Hillary! What Does Clinton Foundation Whistleblowers' Tax Court Win Mean for the Charity?

Clinton Foundation whistleblowers Lawrence W. Doyle and John F. Moynihan have scored their first victory in the litigation against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel has explained what consequences it will have for the powerful political dynasty and its associates.

On 8 October, US Tax Court Judge David Gustafson issued an opinion ruling that the IRS's Whistleblower Office (WBO) had "abused its discretion" in trying to dismiss "specific credible documentation" put forward by Doyle and Moynihan thus allowing the case against the Clintons' charities to go on.

Although the judge's opinion does not contain the target's name, one might immediately guess that it pertains to "The Clinton Foundation", based on publicly available evidence and common knowledge, notes Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel who has been looking into the charity's alleged fraud for several years.

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