Monday, January 28, 2013

Sen Bob Menendez (D-NJ) Allegedly Under Investigation By FBI For Sex With Underage Prostitutes

Interesting ABC apparently knew this information prior to his re-election in November, but it didn’t come out.

Recall that this is the same Menendez who had an illegal alien intern sex offender whose arrest was delayed by the DHS till after the election as well.

Of course, keeping Democrat Bob Menendez in the Senate would have nothing to do with any of these decisions.
Via Fox News:
The FBI is declining to comment on newly emerged documents that appear to show the agency investigating allegations that Sen. Bob Menendez “received the services of young prostitutes” while in the Dominican Republic — a charge the senator’s office has rejected for months.
His office continued to dismiss the report after dozens of pages of emails were posted online this week, appearing to show the FBI communicating with the individual claiming to know about Menendez’ liaisons. The emails refer to an “investigation,” and said “we have been able to confirm most of” the information provided and “know that you are providing accurate information.”
It’s unclear what “information” that line was referring to. The source’s emails, though, along with recent reports from The Daily Caller, allege that Menendez, D-N.J., during trips to the Dominican Republic with a campaign contributor, saw prostitutes. Two women told the Caller, in a story published in November, that he paid them for sex.
“This is the same unsubstantiated garbage that’s been peddled for months,” a spokeswoman for Menendez told in an email Friday.
FBI spokesman Jason Pack said he could not confirm whether there was an investigation. “DOJ policy prohibits us from confirming the existence or not of an investigation,” he said.
However, Melanie Sloan, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, confirmed to that her organization forwarded information on this issue to the FBI’s Washington office and Justice Department criminal division on July 17, 2012.
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