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Clintons Made Big Bucks Off Of Haiti Earthquake Disaster, Leaked Memo Suggests

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Nov. 17 2016, Updated 10:16 p.m. ET

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Bill Clinton's advisers hatched a cold-blooded plan to line his pockets from the devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake!

That's the implication of a three-page memo obtained by a Washington anti-corruption group, Judicial Watch.

Headlined "Private Sector Opportunities for WJC" – referring to Bill's initials – the document analyzes three companies expected to benefit from the disaster, in which 316,000 died and 1.3 million lost their homes.

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"WJC aka Bill should reach out to Cemex and bring them into his private sector fold," the memo urges. "Cemex, a Mexican-owned multinational cement company, has three cement import terminals (in Haiti)."

The unsigned memo suggests Bill should also look into "opportunities" with Tetra Pak, a Swedish firm that produces "packaging for milk that allows you not to have to refrigerate it" and another firm, Seaboard, that was "looking to expand their school milk and feeding program" to the devastated island.

Another section of the document outlines how one of the Clintons' notoriously greedy buddies, former British premier Tony Blair, could benefit from the tragedy, too! "Given WJC's relationship with Blair and Blair's involvement in CGI (an arm of the Clinton Foundation), it seems plausible," the memo states.

As previously reported, Hillary allegedly used her sway to steer multi-million dollar contracts to Clinton Foundation donors. And a company with ties to her brother, Tony Rodham, landed a lucrative gold mining permit!

President-Elect Donald Trump has called the Clintons' involvement in Haiti "a disgrace."

The Clintons pledged to disband the Clinton Foundation if she won the presidential election, but have not announced what will happen to the organization given her loss.

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