We now have heard from insiders who believe our work in briefing the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee appears to have indeed spurred the multiple investigations into Black Hall Aerospace a/k/a/ AAL USA, Inc. by the Office of Inspector General of the U .S. Department of Defense, the Military Criminal Investigations Command, and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Balch & Bingham had scrubbed their website about the success they had in changing Russian sanctions on behalf of Black Hall Aerospace after we had exposed the fact.
In another matter, we also wrote to Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein in April asking the Department of Justice to investigate the worst part of the Newsome Conspiracy Case:
We have found evidence of alleged criminal obstruction of justice by attorney Robert M. Ronnlund …. we uncovered alleged evidence tampering by Ronnlund whose wife was a Balch & Bingham partner at the time both incidents occurred.
We hope Ronnlund is held accountable for his alleged misconduct.
Last week, one of our sources at the U.S. Department of Justice confirmed our request to Rosenstein had since been forwarded to the appropriate channels and told us to be patient.
We are very pleased to say the least since we frankly asked for “someone who can grab the bull from the horns.”
As we opined to the Office of the Special Counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice, “Michael Cohen is a flea compared to the itchy elephant in the room, Balch & Bingham.”
When will Stephen Feaga give the firm an overdue “flea bath” and get rid of the bad apples? Or will federal investigations or lawsuits have to do the job for him?