Anti-Corruption Group Seeks Senate Ethics Probe Of Debunked Alfa Bank-Trump Server Research

Anti-Corruption Group Seeks Senate Ethics Probe Of Debunked Alfa Bank-Trump Server Research


A Senate staffer may have violated rules when he gave sensitive information to a prominent member of the Russia collusion hoax and received a free report in return, says a letter from Empower Oversight to the Senate Select Committee on Ethics.

In the letter, Empower Oversight, a nonprofit anti-corruption and independent oversight group, implored the select committee to investigate whether Senate Armed Services Committee members or staff violated the “Gift Rule” by acquiring investigative research services into the Alfa Bank “covert server” allegations for free.

The “Gift Rule” prohibits providing free professional services or other gratitudes that constitute a gift to Senate employees exceeding $100 annually. Gifts under $50 annually are allowed as long as they do not come from a registered lobbyist, foreign agent,

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