Of Judges, Tycoons, Laywers and Politicians: the Undoing of Brian Schweitzer and the Yellowstone Club?
Ok, I’m just going to repost this blog from deza4america. While most of the facts are verifiable, there is still much alleging going on, so I’m going to let the allegers do their thing (and he puts together the narrative so much more eloquently than could I) and hopefully some wonderful investigative journalist can pick up the pieces and move forward.
Holder faces fresh charges.. scandal is no stranger to these cronies!!
by deza4america in Today’s Outrage!!
Eric Holder, the king of scandal, now faces charges of fraud, along with other top justice officials, democratic operatives (including major contributors of Hillary Clinton), and Credit Suisse Bank after the judge dismissed a bankruptcy judgment against real estate developer, Tim Blixseth. The judgment of bankruptcy was allegedly a result of a fraudulent loan made by Credit Suisse, and stripped Blixseth of his ownership of Yellowstone Club, a luxury ski and golf resort in Montana.
Blixseth also alleges that the defrauding scheme was planned by his ex-wife and Ron Burkle, supermarket guru responsible for raising over $1 million for Hillary Clinton’s ’08 campaign. This decision has also derailed the former governor of Montana, Brian Schweitzer (D), from seeking a bid for senate in 2014.
There are allegedly several hundreds of pages showing Holder and his assistant (criminal department), Lanny Breur, blocked the prosecution of disputes involving the Yellowstone Club, now owned by Burkle.
Further allegations show that Holder and Breuer also sought to shield the federal prosecution of Credit Suisse Group AG (client of law firm, Covington and Burling), and the Democratic Party operatives who played an alleged role in the fraudulent financing and bank lending practices. Holder and Breuer were partners for Covington and Burling before becoming an Obama staff members!
The decision by the judge dismissed a $40 million fraud claim against Blixseth, that had been enforced by… wait! another man with ties to the Clintons, Ralph Kirscher. It is further alleged that this decision by Kirscher was fraudulently influenced by Schweitzer. Which, led to Blixseth’s ex-wife and Sam Bryne, a Boston real estate investor with Democrat Party ties being able to purchase the Yellowstone Club at substantially under market value shortly after the bankruptcy had been declared.
Additionally, Burkle, Bryne, and Schweitzer funneled over $1.2 million to Schweitzer’s re-election campaign through various avenues trying to hide the ties between the various parties!!
I’ll append the comment I made (with some edits/additions) on Liz’s blog post from the other day, after the jump:
The intrigue gets deeper Liz. WMD has a story that links Schweitzer’s meddling with the bankruptcy proceedings over Credit Suisse and the Yellowstone Club (read this website for an amazing accumulation of facts, allegations, timeline, and intertwinings of Schweitzer over the years), and how that ties in with the money that got funneled into Brian’s dark money machine. WMD goes as far as saying that a bankruptcy court’s decision July 10th reversing the Schweitzer-finagled bankruptcy decision (that allowed the Yellowstone Club to be taken from Tim Blixseth and sold to his ex-wife) contributed to Schweitzer’s decision to not run:
“Though seemingly unrelated, the bankruptcy decision appears to have prompted former Montana governor Brian Schweitzer to announce Saturday that he does not intend to pursue a bid to run in 2014 for the U.S. Senate.”
The story implicates Schweitzer for being corrupt and having the DOJ interfere with the bankruptcy proceedings in a way that benefitted democrats, who then funneled money to Schweitzer through his 2 dark money corps. And you can read last week’s MT Standard story about Blixseth suing the state.
If most of this is even remotely true (granted, the story is written by Jerome Corsi, noted Dem conspiracy-raiser), then it would be a huge hit against Brian once the Senate race heated up. And of course, the knowledge of this could lead to some other dem senators privately putting pressure on Brian (read what this blogger whined about to hear his attempt to whitewash any potential Schweitzer improprieties) to step aside before he really embarrassed montana dems, the DNC, and Holder & Co. In any case, Corsi’s narrative deserves to have its facts verified, and the story fleshed out.
“Blixseth and Flynn have repeatedly charged that Kirscher’s bankruptcy decision was fraudulently influenced in a 2009 meeting with Montana’s governor at the time, Schweitzer. The meeting resulted in a decision to allow Blixseth’s ex-wife and Sam Byrne, a Boston real estate investor with ties to the Democratic Party, to buy the Yellowstone Club at a price substantially below market value after the bankruptcy had been declared.
Flynn further alleged in a letter shared with WND, addressed to the Public Integrity Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, that Burkle, Byrne and Schweitzer funneled more than $1.2 million through the Democratic Governor’s Association in 2008 to the Montana Democratic Party for the benefit of Schwitzer’s re-election campaign.
Flynn asserts in the letter to the DOJ that the “money laundering scheme – having Burkle and Byrne with their friends donate to the Democratic Governor’s Association and then to the Montana Democratic Party, for the benefit of Schweitzer – appears designed to conceal Burkle and Byrne’s financial relationship with Schweitzer while at the same time Burkle and Byrne were taking over the Yellowstone Club and using their relationship and ‘political capital’ and ‘political favors’ with Schweitzer to do it.” “
Ya just gotta how corrupt politics can get, and politicians still think that they might run a campaign in the midst of all that kind of murky darkness…
And now let the mudslinging by dem apologists begin, for me having the temerity to post such