Hunter Biden Connected With Money Laundering Foreign Bank

Global Overview June 20,2023

The saga surrounding the Biden family’s alleged corrupt financial practices took another dramatic turn on Monday after reports showed Hunter’s connection to a foreign bank notorious for money laundering.

According to the Daily Mail, emails from the First Son’s infamous laptop showed that he gave his personal details, including income statements, passport details and utility bills to an executive at Ukrainian energy firm Burisma. The executive, identified as Vadym Pozharskyi, used the details to open an account with SataBank in Malta in 2016.

The report showed that Hunter was asked to provide a certified declaration of wealth notarized by a lawyer and send them to the owner of an auction house in Malta. The auctioneer, Pierre Pillow, and his company PGP Trading Limited later faced money laundering charges in 2020.

Pozharskyi’s email showed that, by sending documents to Pillow, Burisma was setting up an account with Satabank in Malta for Hunter. The bank was shut down in 2018 after an investigation found that it did not comply with the government’s money laundering law.

Maltese anti-money laundering agency the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) found that the bank allowed “‘significant volumes of monies” to pass through with inadequate scrutiny.

“Although the bank became aware of the widespread deficiencies and the risks it exposed itself to, it remained passive and never implemented remedial actions,” a report by the FIAU said.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-MN) said the latest revelation about the First Son should not be taken with surprise. Johnson added that the Bidens knew who they were getting in bed with.

“The Bidens knew exactly the type of people they needed to deal with – alleged money launderers like Patrick Ho, Mykola Zlochevsky, and now, allegedly, Mr. Pillow,”

Johnson told the Daily Mail. “The question now is what did the FBI know, when did they know it, and what did they do about it?”

The latest report comes after the House Oversight Committee obtained an FBI document that showed President Joe Biden and Hunter took a combined $10 million bribe from Burisma owner Mykola Zlochevsky.

The document states the payment was a bribe to halt Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin’s investigation into Burisma and facilitate favorable treatment of the gas firm.


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