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Trump’s Nominee for the FBI seat represented Gulenist Bank

US President Trump announced that he is going to nominate Christopher Wray for the FBI Director position. But the candidate has an interesting connection to the Gulen movement.

US President Donald Trump announced that he is going to nominate Christopher A. Wray for FBI’s director seat which was vacated after James Comey’s dismissal.

“I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the new director of FBI. Details to follow” said Trump on his Twitter account. Wray worked as an Assistant Attorney General and head of the Justice Department’s criminal division at the beginning of the 2000s during G.W. Bush administration; during his tenure, he pursued major cases of corporate fraud, including at energy giant Enron.

Interesting Gulen Movement Connection; Presenting BANK ASYA to the Worlds Islamic Finance Market

Since 2005, Wray has joined the King and Spalding Company and left his job to work for the government. King and Spalding’s law firm represented Gulen movement’s Bank Asya in 2013.

The law firm that Wray is a partner claims on their internet site that they are the “Best Legal Advisors in Islamic Finance.”

The company represented Bank Asya, which was the largest Islamic finance bank in Turkey at that times, to the world of Islamic Finance with an agreement made on 2 April 2013.

According to the details of the accord which stand on the website of King and Spalding; ”King & Spalding advised Asya Katilim Bankasi A.Ş. (Bank Asya), the largest Turkish participation bank, on the issuance of US$250 million resettable subordinated Tier 2 certificates in a landmark Shari’ah-compliant capital markets transaction.”

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