Nondisclosure agreement lifted for Uranium One confidential informant

The bureaucratic wheels finally have ground to the point that the Department of Justice last night took the first step toward disclosure of its evidence in the Uranium One case.  Up until last night, a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) gagged the FBI's informant.  But the gag won't completely come off, because there is a strategy at work. As Fox News reported last night: The Justice Department said Wednesday night that it had lifted a gag order on a former FBI informant involved in a high-profile Russia bribery case, clearing the individual to speak to Congress about Moscow's Obama-era uranium deals in the U.S. market and other schemes. In a statement, the department said it had authorized the informant to speak to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee, House Oversight Committee, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, in addition to select staffers. The department said the informant could provide "any...(Read Full Post)