Federal prosecutors refused to bring charges against the Clinton Foundation, prompting the FBI to close an investigation into the organization, newly released records show.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Arkansas declined to bring charges against the Clinton Foundation in January 2021, according to the records.
That move prompted the FBI to close the case, which had been worked on for years, the records show.
The records were obtained and published (pdf) by The New York Times, which said it received them through a Freedom of Information Act request.
While Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, she was one of the nine members of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States who approved the 2010 sale of a majority of Uranium One, a company that has mines and other projects in the United States, to a Russian state-owned company. That same year, Bill Clinton received $500,000 from a Russian