Hunter Biden is the subject of multiple criminal investigations for “fraud, money-laundering, and a counterfeiting scheme,” according to court documents filed Monday by D&A Investigations, a Florida-based private investigator.
The documents do not state which agencies are investigating Hunter. And the private investigators did not identify if they were hired by Hunter’s baby mama, former stripper Lunden Roberts.
Hunter reacted by filing a motion to strike down the claims, saying the papers were “filed by a non-party simply to make scandalous allegations in the pending suit to gain some media attention.” Shortly afterward, a judge struck down the allegations because they were filed by an “intervener.”
The damning court papers were filed in relation to the ongoing paternity lawsuit brought against Hunter by his baby mama, former stripper Lunden Roberts. Roberts is suing Hunter for child support for their baby (whose paternity Hunter denied until a DNA test proved he was indeed the father).
In the court documents filed yesterday, D&A Investigations claims that Hunter Biden “is the subject of more than one criminal investigation involving fraud, money-laundering and a counterfeiting scheme.”
The documents allege that Biden and several business associates “established bank and financial accounts with Morgan Stanley … for Burisma Holdings Limited … for the money-laundering scheme.”
The alleged “money-laundering” accounts contained an average of $6.8 million between March 2014 and December 2015. During that time, Hunter was on the board of directors of Burisma, an energy company owned by a corrupt Ukrainian oligarch.
In their filing, D&A Investigations also claims that Biden and several associates (Devon Archer, John Galanis and Bevan Cooney) “utilized a counterfeiting scheme to conceal the Morgan Stanley” account.
In another bombshell allegation, the court filing claims that Hunter was somehow involved in a securities-fraud plot with his associates Archer, Galanis and Coone to swindle $60 million from a Sioux Native-American tribe and several pension funds by selling them shady tribal bonds.
In June 2018, Galanis, Archer and Cooney were found guilty of committing securities fraud and of conspiring to commit securities fraud. In November 2019, Archer’s conviction was overturned by a Manhattan federal judge.
While Hunter was not charged with anything in the securities fraud plot, his lawyer admitted that Biden’s name was used to sell the fraudulent bonds.
Hunter’s shady Ukraine dealings — and his father Joe Biden’s alleged attempts to enrich his son using his influence as vice president — has come under fire.
While Democrats in the House of Representatives impeached President Trump last week for “abuse of power,” they are shielding Joe from similar allegations by trying to prevent Republicans from calling Hunter as a witness in the forthcoming Senate impeachment trial.
However, even Trump-haters like comedian Bill Maher called out leftist media hypocrites, saying if Donald Trump Jr. had the same corrupt ties to a Ukrainian oligarch the way Joe’s son Hunter does, Rachel Maddow would be hyperventilating about it nonstop.
“This kid was paid $600,000 [a year] because his name is Biden by a gas company in Ukraine, this super-corrupt country that just had a revolution to get rid of corruption,” Maher said. “It just looks bad.”
Bill Maher — a vocal Trump-hater — joked that this corrupt pay-for-play scandal is something Don Jr. would be involved in, but he wasn’t.
“It does sound like something Don Jr. would do,” Maher said. “And if Don Jr. did it, it would be all Rachel Maddow would be talking about!”
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