The allegations against Balch & Bingham and Black Hall Aerospace are being investigated at a secure site
As we reported in May, Balch attempted to deceive the public and Politico.com about their lobbying to change Russian sanctions on behalf of a Russian-linked aerospace company, AAL USA, Inc. a/k/a Black Hall Aerospace, Inc.
Our formal and detailed letter to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has now been directed to a lead investigator looking at the Russian interference of the 2016 election, and the allegations against Balch & Bingham and Black Hall Aerospace are being investigated at a secure site.
On the morning of June 12, 2017, we sent the committee the change of Russian sanctions that was located on the Federal Register (below).
Russian sanctions against the servicing or repair of Russian Mi-17 helicopters were changed to the benefit of AAL USA, Inc. and others. No matter how sweet Balch attempts to sugar-coat or scrub the past, the truth is Russian sanctions were changed.