The Department of Justice (DOJ) released its confidential informant in the Russian bribery scheme case — tied to the Uranium One deal — from a confidentiality agreement that the Obama administration allegedly forced him to sign, clearing him to testify before Congress.
DOJ spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores told The Hill on Wednesday that the confidential informant is now cleared to testify before Congress — nearly eight years after he went undercover for the FBI:
As of tonight, the Department of Justice has authorized the informant to disclose to the Chairmen and Ranking Members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, as well as one member of each of their staffs, any information or documents he has concerning alleged corruption or bribery involving transactions in the uranium market, including but not limited to anything related to Vadim Mikerin, Rosatom, Tenex, Uranium One, or the Clinton Foundation.
He will now have the opportunity to tell Congress what he witnessed as an informant regarding the efforts by the Russian nuclear industry to try to secure a deal from the Obama administration.
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