Sanders Probe Seeking Grand Jury Testimony

Bernie Sanders and his wife are being investigated for what many believe to have obtained a $10 million loan for the college Jane Sanders was president of, by fraudulent means. Federal investigators have now asked for a state official to give testimony before a grand jury as part of their investigation. Reports state that both Bernie and Jane signed for the loan under false pretenses.

A federal probe into allegations that Sen. Bernie Sanders’ wife fraudulently obtained a nearly $10 million loan for a land expansion at a Vermont college has intensified, with prosecutors reportedly calling a state official to testify before a grand jury.

The federal investigation is focused on actions by Jane Sanders in 2010, when she was president of Burlington College.

At the time, she sought a multi-million dollar loan for a new campus on 33 acres along Lake Champlain. Sanders reportedly told college trustees and bank lenders that the college had millions of dollars in donations that could be used to repay the loan…

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