This 20 March 2018 video from France says about itself:
Sarkozy questioned over alleged Libyan funding of 2007 campaign: “Suitcases of money taken to Paris”
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been called in for questioning by investigators looking into suspected Libyan financing of his 2007 election campaign, officials in the French judiciary have said.
In 2011, Sarkozy waged a regime change war against Libya; which led to the murder of Gaddafi (said to be instigated by Sarkozy), and much more bloodshed in Libya and other countries which still continues now. Sarkozy waged that regime change war for French Big Oil profits. Maybe also to destroy evidence of illegal Gaddafi financing of his election campaign.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
Sarkozy is getting into more and more trouble
French former president Nicolas Sarkozy has to come to court on suspicion of corruption and abuse of power. This case is on top of the suspicion of financing his election campaign illegally in 2007.
This new case is about wiretapped phone calls in 2014. In these talks, Sarkozy is said to have tried to influence a judge investigating the funding of his campaign. Sarkozy offered Judge Gilbert Azibert an important position in Monaco, in return for information on the judicial inquiry.
The judge in this case and Sarkozy‘s lawyer will be prosecuted as well. …
A week ago, after a few days of being interrogated, Sarkozy was officially accused of illegally financing his election campaign in 2007. He is said have received at that time millions from then Libyan dictator Gaddafi.
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