During their time in the White House, Bill and Hillary Clinton were infamous for treating their Secret Service detail terribly. Now, one of their former agents is getting revenge in a huge way.

The Daily Caller reported that author and former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne has just filed a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) lawsuit against former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a list of others. Filed documents state that the nature of the suit is “racketeer-influenced and corrupt organizations.”

In addition to the Clintons, others named in the lawsuit include:

  • Clinton Foundation
  • Clinton-Giustra Enterprise Partnership
  • Media Matters For America
  • Correct the Record
  • American Bridge 21st Century
  • Shareblue
  • David Brock
  • George Soros
  • John Podesta

One of the biggest bombshells in the lawsuit is that a criminal syndicate involving the Clintons, David Brock, Donna Brazile, and George Soros murdered Seth Rich. Byrne is asking for damages of $1 billion, and he refused to provide an address because he feared assassination.

Back in 2016, Byrne threatened to file a lawsuit against the Clintons following the release of his tell-all book, “Crisis of Character.”

“Everything in the book is true,” he said at the time. “I want to set the record straight. And since I can’t get on mainstream media to set the record straight, I’m going to have to do it in court.”

In this book, Byrne revealed that Hillary often verbally abused her Secret Service detail.

“It’s like hitting yourself with a hammer every day,” Byrne said of her anger, adding that she routinely exhibited “dangerous” and even paranoid behavior, perhaps because of her husband’s incessant infidelity. Byrne explained that Bill kept a so-called “jogging list” of potential mistresses to keep him occupied with.

“In the beginning of his first administration, when President Clinton was jogging outside, women who were dressed as if they were going clubbing or working out, started showing up at the southeast gate,” Byrne explains. “The agents . . . would get the women’s names, and run them to see who they were. If the women wouldn’t cooperate, they would be ushered out of the jogging group. Agents … insinuated that this list was used by President Clinton to try to meet these women.”

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