#1 Whoops! Nobody verified Clinton Foundation a legal charity by ThirstyMan 22.06.2015 15:48

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by Jerome Corsi

Along with filing financial reports filled with errors and misstatements, “Big Four” accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers neglected to verify whether the Clinton Foundation obtained tax-exempt status for its various sub-entities, including its AIDS charity, contends respected Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel.

As WND has reported, Ortel’s six-month investigation indicates the Clintons have diverted tens millions of dollars donated for charitable purposes to the personal enrichment of themselves and their close associates.

He says PWC neglected to exercise due diligence in fulfilling its professional responsibilities in conducting even the most basic inquiries required of an honest audit.

PWC, he says, failed to inquire whether the Clinton Foundation has applied for and received duly issued IRS tax-exempt determinations for its various sub-entities and activities, including fighting HIV/AIDS globally under the auspices of the Clinton Health Access Initiative Inc., also known as CHAI.

He notes that there as an “Old CHAI” and a “New CHAI” that was created after Hillary Clinton became secretary of state. In addition, the foundation launched the Clinton Global Initiative and numerous foreign funds and endowments created, for instance, in conjunction with George W. Bush to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.

In his draft report, Ortel says PWC’s “work product concerning the Clinton Foundation in 2013 is riddled with errors.”

Ortel documents “each material deficiency in appropriate detail,” but he also poses an important preliminary question: “Did PWC, as part of its 2013 audit, establish that under applicable laws and regulations that the Clinton Foundation, including its various sub-entities and numerous charitable endeavors, many of which have been foreign based, is duly constituted as a tax-exempt organization?”

PricewaterhouseCoopers has not replied to numerous requests from WND, by email and by telephone, to comment. Ortel also asked PWC a number of questions based on his investigation and has received no reply.

Ortel insists the question of whether the Clinton Foundation is validly constituted as a U.S. tax-exempt organization is “fundamental to any analysis of its financial statements.

If it is not validly constituted, he says, “the organization and its directors face substantial financial liabilities as well as other penalties that would severely impact, even bankrupt numerous parties.”

“Moreover, if the Clinton Foundation is not validly constituted as a U.S. tax-exempt organization, the legal implications for the board of directors may be severe,” Ortel writes.

In addition, there would be severe “tax consequences for those who donated...

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#2 RE: Whoops! Nobody verified Clinton Foundation a legal charity by ThirstyMan 22.06.2015 16:04

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the Clintons finally have "kick me" signs on their backs.

finally!!! enough is enough!

#3 RE: Whoops! Nobody verified Clinton Foundation a legal charity by Cincinnatus 22.06.2015 16:15

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"the Clintons finally have "kick me" signs on their backs."

I'll believe it when I see it.

#4 RE: Whoops! Nobody verified Clinton Foundation a legal charity by algernonpj 23.06.2015 13:03

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Quote: Cincinnatus wrote in post #3
"the Clintons finally have "kick me" signs on their backs."

I'll believe it when I see it.

Ditto

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