Scapegoat Comes Forward - Reveals Clinton's Dark Secrets

An American arms dealer who was under federal investigation by the Justice Department is speaking out for the first time since the charges were dropped. He says that the Obama administration tried to make him a scapegoat for a covert program that armed Libyan rebels.

Marc Turi, 48, spent the last five years being investigated by the Justice Department. Taxpayers are footing the bill for the $10 million investigation, as all charges were suddenly dropped. The Arizona man is now speaking out and claims there's a bigger conspiracy going on.

In 2011, some Republican and Democratic lawmakers teamed up with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama's administration to consider arming Libyan rebels during the Arab Spring. The United Nation sanctions prohibited direct sales, so Turi was supposed to supply weapons to Qatar and UAE, and those nations would, in turn, supply the Libyan rebels.

Turi says he was cut out of the plan and never actually sold any weapons. He says the State Department, then under Clinton, used its own people to send weapons that would flow to Libya and Syria.

"Some (weapons) may have went out under control that we had with our personnel over there and the others went to these militia. That's how they lost control over it," Turi said. "I can assure you that these operations did take place and those weapons did go in different directions."

Turi claims the weapons all ended up in the hands of Al Qaeda and ISIS.

Despite not actually selling weapons, Turi was charged with two felony counts of arms dealing in violation of the Arms Export Control Act and two felony counts of lying on his State Department weapons application. The charges were abruptly dropped, which Turi claims was to prevent Clinton from being connected to the weapon sales.

“I would say, 100 percent, I was victimized…to somehow discredit me, to throw me under the bus, to do whatever it took to protect their next presidential candidate,” said Turi to Fox News.

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