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Gold Bar Bob Menendez Trial Book Has Qatar and Egypt Bribes and Union City Omega 7 Days


SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 13 - In US versus Bob Menendez, the corruption trial on Qatar and Egypt and New Jersey bank fraudster Daibes, one month in the trial day was canceled.

 That day, a book and audiobook was published of the trial's first month, and Menendez' history: Gold Bar Bob Menendez Trial I, by Matthew Russell Lee, available on Amazon here

   It begins: He "pushed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hard right on Cuba and Iran until he ran into an indictment for helping Egypt and Qatar. This is that story.     

 Menendez testified against his mentor William Musto, wearing a bullet-proof vest, and donated for the defense of anti-Castro bombers of Omega 7.   

   Outside the court he took Inner City Press' questions about what his wife Nadine had been texting thanks for.    

 "'Tomorrow you'll see the truth,' he said. This is that tomorrow - and Daibes called in with COVID." More coverage and another book will be coming.


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