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Obama accused of laundering funds to Hamas

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Attorney Larry Klayman, immediately following a preliminary court ruling that the NSA’s spying on US citizens is unconstitutional, has now named Barack Obama and other individuals in a racketeering complaint. Klayman, a WND columnist and the founder of Freedom Watch alleges that Obama’s actions were intentionally harmful to the nation of Israel.

He stated that Obama's ordering and facilitating of financial aid and other forms of help to Hamas, with the assistance of his equally anti-Israel Secretaries of State Clinton and Kerry, and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, is merely the most recent and most deadly chapter in the criminal activity that has caused the death of Christians and Jews around the world and threatens Israel's existence. Obama and other individuals were named under relevant laws, such as RICO. Not surprisingly, the White House failed to respond to a telephone request from the WND staff, and made no comment to reporters. WND was told instead to send an e-mail to the White House media office, but of course there was no answer to this correspondence.

The case–14-1484–alleges the defendants, which include Barack Obama, conspired to send almost one billion dollars to Hamas under the pretense that the financial support was designated for humanitarian purposes. Klayman’s recent case involving the NSA challenged its methods of spying on United States citizens. Electronic Frontier Foundation, a major privacy rights organization, filed friend-of-the-court briefs recently, supporting Klayman’s arguments. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, an organization that clearly leans to the left, did the same. The case has been advanced to the United States Court of Appeals, DC Circuit.

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