Court documents filed Monday in Hunter Biden’s Arkansas paternity case claim he is the subject of multiple criminal investigations related to “fraud, money laundering and a counterfeiting scheme.”
Florida-based private-eye firm, D&A Investigations, claimed in Hunter Biden’s case against the mother of his child, Lunden Alexis Roberts.
The judge in the case struck the allegations down because they were filed by an “intervener.”
Here’s what the private-eye firm found on Hunter Biden according to the New York Post:
One of those purported investigations relates to Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company with which Biden held a lucrative board post while his father was vice president.
Biden and a group of business associates “established bank and financial accounts with Morgan Stanley … for Burisma Holdings Limited … for the money laundering scheme,” D&A claims, further alleging that the accounts showed an average account value of nearly $6.8 million between March 2014 and December 2015.
Biden and the others — including Devon Archer, John Galanis, and Bevan Cooney — allegedly “utilized a counterfeiting scheme to conceal the Morgan Stanley et al. Average Account Value,” D&A claims in the papers filed at the Circuit Court of Independence County, Arkansas.
The filing additionally alleges that Biden had a hand in a plot including Galanis, Cooney, and Archer to, rip off Sioux Native Americans to the tune of $60 million through the shady sale of tribal bonds.
Galanis, Archer, and Cooney were found guilty for their roles in June 2018, following a lengthy trial in Manhattan federal court. In November, Archer’s conviction was overturned by a Manhattan federal judge.
Biden “did drum up business for the scheme,” D&A claims in its filing, without elaborating.
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON HUNTER BIDEN’S INVOLVEMENT WITH BURISMA:
Throughout the impeachment circus, Democrats have ignored calls for Hunter or Joe Biden to appear before the committee to discuss Hunter Biden’s potentially dirty dealings with the Ukraine energy company, Burisma. Instead, the Democrats have insisted on proving President Trump committed an impeachable offense. During another day of sham testimony in the Democrat Party’s show trial, a stunning indictment against the owner of Burisma was handed down in Ukraine, and it looks like Joe Biden’s son may also be in some hot water.
Zero Hedge reports – An indictment drawn up by Ukraine’s Office of the Prosecutor General against Burisma owner Nikolai Zlochevsky claims that Hunter Biden and his partners received $16.5 million for their ‘services’ – according to Ukrainian MP Alexander Dubinsky of the ruling Servant of the People Party.
Dubinsky made a claim in a Wednesday press conference, citing materials from an investigation into Zlochevsky and Burisma.
“Zlochevsky was charged with this new accusation by the Office of the Prosecutor General, but the press ignored it,” said the MP. “It was issued on November 14.”
“The son of Vice-President Joe Biden was receiving payment for his services, with money raised through criminal means and money laundering,” he then said, adding “Biden received money that did not come from the company’s successful operation but rather from money stolen from citizens.”
According to Interfax-Ukraine, MP Andriy Derkach announced at the same press conference that deputies have received new materials from investigative journalists alleging that the ‘family’ of ex-President Yanukovych funneled $7.4 billion through American investment firm Franklin Templeton Investments, which they claim have connections to the US Democratic party.“
“The son of Templeton’s founder, John Templeton Jr., was one of President Obama’s major campaign donors. Another fund-related character is Thomas Donilon. Managing Director of BlackRock Investment Institute, shareholder Franklin Templeton Investments, which has the largest share in the fund. It is noteworthy that he previously was Obama’s national security advisor,” Derkach added.
MARK LEVIN DUG DEEP ON HUNTER BIDEN’S BURISMA DEALINGS:
In the video below, Mark Levin asks Peter Schweizer to walk him through the journey of Hunter Biden’s involvement in Ukraine. Schweizer goes in-depth and reveals how he knows Joe Biden was aware of his son’s dealings.
Detail after detail exposes the corruption involved in selling influence in politics. This is an excellent overview of what was going on with Joe and Hunter Biden in Ukraine and China.
“There are lots of people in this town on both sides of the aisle who play this game.”
Video clip from my interview with Peter Schweitzer last night on Life, Liberty & Levinhttps://t.co/eruclBBU69
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) September 30, 2019
Joe Biden was involved in two countries and in both of those countries his son was involved in sketchy dealings:
More information is breaking regarding a 2013 trip Vice President Biden took with Hunter Biden, where it looks like shady dealings took place.
Hunter Biden was forming a Chinese private equity firm planning to raise money:
According to NBC News, Hunter Biden just said his meeting with the Chinese banker and the partner was just a social visit…
Hunter Biden was forming a Chinese private equity fund that associates said at the time was planning to raise big money, including from China. Hunter Biden has acknowledged meeting with Jonathan Li, a Chinese banker, and his partner in the fund during the trip, although his spokesman says it was a social visit.
The curious thing is that ten days later, Hunter Biden was approved for a business license there:
The Chinese business license that brought the new fund into existence was issued by Shanghai authorities 10 days after the trip, with Hunter Biden a member of the board.
Talk about a quid pro quo!
Hunter Biden worked connections with foreign leaders during his dad’s official trip more than once.
Ukraine was another case where Hunter used his dad’s position as Vice President to profit:
See our previous report below on Hunter Biden’s partner Devon Archer (see more on Rosemont Partners and the John Kerry connection below) who became involved in natural gas company Burisma.
Glenn Beck also goes through Biden’s dealings in Ukraine:
Some of the key players:
Devon Archer pictured with Hunter Biden below:
The Washington Examiner reported in detail on the connection with Secretary of State John Kerry:
At the time, Hunter Biden, now 49, and Christopher Heinz, the stepson of then-Secretary of State John Kerry, co-owned Rosemont Seneca Partners, a $2.4 billion private equity firm. Heinz’s college roommate, Devon Archer, was managing partner in the firm. In the spring of 2014, Biden and Archer joined the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company that was at the center of a U.K. money laundering probe. Over the next year, Burisma reportedly paid Biden and Archer’s companies over $3 million.
Europe Reloaded reports that Burisma was founded by Mykola Zlochevsky some time ago, but he later sold his shares to the Privat Group, which “is a conglomerate controlled by the ferocious Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky (pictured below),” who “is one of the oligarchs charged with holding down the Eastern provinces of Ukraine.”
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON HUNTER BIDEN:
It’s hard to believe there hasn’t been a serious look at Hunter Biden’s involvement with natural gas company Burisma in Ukraine.
He got “a big chunk of change” for being on the board of a natural gas company when he had no substantial experience.
He also had no substantial experience with Ukraine.
How in the world does Vice President Joe Biden not know, as he claims, that his son is getting paid by this company?
New Yorker writer Adam Entous told CNN’s Poppy Harlow about Hunter Biden’s work with Burisma:
“He really had no substantial Ukraine experience, no Ukraine experience, and no substantial experience in the energy sector at that stage in his career. So, you know, the suspicion was among people who worked for Joe Biden and some State Department and White House officials was this was an effort on the part of Burisma to curry favor.”
“There are two separate issues here. The issue of whether it was wise of Hunter Biden to take this position at Burisma when his father was guiding policy in Ukraine and, you know, the wisdom of Biden staffers, once they knew that, not to ask Hunter to step down.”
The second issue is whether VP Biden used his position to get the job for Hunter Biden.
Someone should look into Devon Archer, who was working for Burisma too.