The Wanta Saga leads us into the uncharted territory of government corruption when this American hero was arrested and imprisoned for a non-existent unpaid, estimated civil tax scam in Wisconsin. Lee Wanta’s story involves other names with which we are familiar – like Vince Foster and Hillary Clinton and Marc Rich who was the last person former President Bill Clinton pardoned before leaving office.
The thing for which Ambassador Lee Wanta is best known is that of being the richest man in the world. Many have called him the $27.5 trillion man. I hope we’ll have time to explain how this one American patriot earned all of that money and how he intended – and still intends – to use it to benefit the people of the nation he so loves.
On October 31, 2012, Marilyn Barnewall received the following email from Ambassador Lee Emil Wanta. She could not send it to us immediately because the email addresses first had to be removed. Since she’s a little busy writing the Ambassador’s biography, it took her a day to get it to us for publication. When she received the Tom Heneghan Briefing this morning, she immediately stopped writing long enough to clear the emails and get this information to us.
People will not recognize most of the email names… they are members of the Austrian government. It appears to Marilyn that Ambassador Wanta is telling the American government he has had enough of their game playing with his money and that rather than accept the agreed upon $4.5 trillion by repatriating the funds to the United States. He warned them in 2008 that if the Americans did not want the $1.575 trillion in taxes he would pay on the $4.5 trillion that he would reclaim ownership of the entire $27.5 trillion and work with the Austrian government to retrieve the total amount of his funds from that country. It should be made clear that Wanta never gave up ownership of the entire $27.5 trillion, he only agreed to accept $4.5 trillion in settlement… and then Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson reneged on the deal and “kidnapped” the funds. It appears the Ambassador’s statement to European leaders about moving back to Austria where he has legal residency and working with the governments of Europe, particularly Austria, to gain possession of what is lawfully his may have stimulated the U.S. Supreme Court to take action on Wanta’s behalf… that’s the way the Tom Heneghan’s Intelligence Briefing this morning makes it appear, anyway. SEE ATTACHMENT.