DoJ Drops Charges Against Arms Dealer Who Links Clinton to Libyan Weapons Sales

This is how he was rewarded:

In May 2011, Turi got a brokering approval from the State Department for Qatar.  In July, his Arizona home was raided by federal agents.

"They came in  the full body armor, and weapons and, they take my computers and my cell phones and that was it. That was the last time I saw them. And they've been chasing me all over the world for the past three years, speaking to associates of mine all over the United States and looking into my records and my past."

His attorney Jean-Jacques Cabou told Fox in a series of emails that his client had a track record working for the "US government through the Central Intelligence Agency" and the government case is an “epic fishing expedition."  Adding his client"...neither lied on any application nor did he do anything other than support U.S. foreign policy and interests in the Middle East."

Turi's attorney believes that the government was trying to scapegoat the arms dealer to cover up Hillary Clinton's crimes:

“The U.S. government spent millions of dollars, went all over the world to bankrupt him, and destroyed his life — all to protect Hillary Clinton’s crimes,” he said, alluding to the deadly Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

What is it that the Justice Department is looking to cover up?

It was an open secret that the U.S. was supplying anti-Qaddafi rebels with arms, despite the fact that it was illegal to do so. What wasn't known at the time -- and would be difficult to prove today -- is that perhaps a large portion of the arms we were sending to Libya were ending up in the hands of al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups in Syria.

If the Justice Department has documents proving that American arms ended up with terrorists, it would almost certainly come out at Turi's trial. And that would almost certainly prove to be the end of Hillary Clinton's candidacy for presidency.