(INTELLIHUB) — According to several online publications, a freelance journalist named Frank Huguenard had his HuffPost Contributors account “disabled” and his post deleted after writing about ‘Hillary Clinton’s imminent indictment by the FBI for racketeering.’

In the deleted article that now only exists on a cached Internet record, Huguenard reported, “James Comey and The FBI will present a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice, that includes a cogent argument that the Clinton Foundation is an ongoing criminal enterprise engaged in money laundering and soliciting bribes in exchange for political, policy and legislative favors to individuals, corporations and even governments both foreign and domestic.”

However, Attorney General Loretta Lynch may possibly be wrapped up with the Clinton Crime Family and may not even allow for Hillary’s indictment to happen, simply because Lynch herself “was a litigation partner for eight years at a major Washington law firm that served the Clintons,” as reported by WND.com’s Jerome R. Corsi.

In the piece Corsi wrote:

Lynch was with the Washington-headquartered international law firm Hogan & Hartson LLP from March 2002 through April 2010.

According to documents Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign made public in 2008, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004.

In addition, Hogan & Hartson in Virginia filed a patent trademark request on May 19, 2004, for Denver-based MX Logic Inc., the computer software firm that developed the email encryption system used to manage Clinton’s private email server beginning in July 2013. A tech expert has observed that employees of MX Logic could have had access to all the emails that went through her account.

In 1999, President Bill Clinton nominated Lynch for the first of her two terms as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, a position she held until she joined Hogan & Hartson in March 2002.

Breitbart reported the details of Huguenard’s experience Tuesday, after receiving a few tweets from the author personally, offering more insight into the matter:

“Huffpo has yet to respond to my request for an explanation,” Huguenard tweeted at this Breitbart News reporter Monday morning. “I’ve got my sources, they never asked.”

Huguenard later told Breitbart News, “I want to do another story but my HuffPo account has been temporarily disabled. Not sure what’s happening with them.”

Huffington Post Politics senior editor Sam Stein told Breitbart News that he doesn’t know why the piece was pulled.

Huguenard also pointed out in the censored piece some of the Clinton Foundation’s illicit dealings with a Russian mining company, which Intellihub has previously covered in depth.

“Here’s what we do know,” Huguenard wrote, “Tens of millions of dollars donated to the Clinton Foundation was funneled to the organization through a Canadian shell company which has made tracing the donors nearly impossible. Less than 10% of donations to the Foundation has actually been released to charitable organizations and $2M that has been traced back to long time Bill Clinton friend Julie McMahon (aka The Energizer).   When the official investigation into Hillary’s email server began, she instructed her IT professional to delete over 30,000 emails and cloud backups of her emails older than 30 days at both Platte River Networks and  Datto, Inc.  The FBI has subsequently recovered the majority, if not all, of Hillary’s deleted emails and are putting together a strong case against her for attempting to cover up her illegal and illicit activities.”

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