authored a resolution calling for the Sergeant at Arms to arrest Lois Lerner for contempt of Congress – should perhaps point to a much more significant crime in response to any concerns that Lerner could become a sympathetic figure if she were arrested. That crime involves Lerner's alleged illegal backdating of a tax exempt approval letter for an organization whose founder does business with a State Sponsor of Terrorism, business the Post says is illegal.
Here is what the Washington Post's Dan Eggen wrote nearly five years ago:
p>U.S. legal requirements… mandate disclosure of work for foreign governments and which prohibit doing business with Sudan under sanctions first imposed in the 1990s.Here is what CNN reported in 2013:
…Sudan, which has been under strict U.S. government sanctions and a trade embargo for nearly 20 years for supporting terrorism and violating human rights.As Shoebat.com has demonstrated for over a year now, Malik Obama – the brother of the President of the United States – has been "doing business with Sudan" since at least 2010, a year prior to when Lerner granted him tax exempt status.