Bernie Sanders’ wife Jane was implicated in the downfall of a college in Vermont for which she served as president. As a result, the FBI was conducting an investigation. What’s happening with that?
Sebastian Gorka recently noted on Twitter:
Is there an update for this:https://t.co/0OefUuIqEo
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) June 3, 2018
FOX News published this report in May:
Witness in Jane Sanders land deal probe says she was recently interviewed by FBI
A key witness in the possible bank fraud case against Sen. Bernie Sanders’ wife, Jane Sanders, was questioned by FBI agents just over a week ago, Fox News has learned.
The revelation—the first such confirmed development since January—likely indicates that the federal investigation into a soured $10-million real estate deal remains open.
Jane Sanders, the former president of the now-defunct Burlington College, was at the helm when the college decided to expand and obtain a tract of land from a Roman Catholic parish. She secured a $6.7 million loan from a bank and a $3.6 million loan from the parish from which she planned to purchase the property…
Robin Lloyd, who served on the board at Burlington College, confirmed in January that a grand jury was looking into the possible bank fraud by Sanders. Grand juries are generally secretive and their existence is often denied to the public, but witnesses are allowed to discuss their testimonies.
If she’s found guilty of any wrongdoing, will there be any real consequences?