Ukrainian Parliament member, Andrii Derkach, held a press conference yesterday (Dec. 27) implicating the Biden family in an international money laundering scheme involving Burisma Holdings, Rosemont Seneca, Franklin Templeton Investments, & billions in stolen Ukrainian money.

https://twitter.com/KanekoaTheGreat/status/1343596413691731969

Tass.com reports:

The MP explained that this information makes up a part of a large-scale scheme of Zlochevsky’s money laundering that involved politicians from the time of ex-President Viktor Yanukovich who continued this scheme under another (now former) President Pyotr Poroshenko, with the backing of former Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeria Gontareva.

“We will reveal the information about the financial pyramid scheme that was created in Ukraine and developed by everyone beginning with Yanukovich and later by Poroshenko. This system is still working under the guidance of the current managerial board of the National Bank, ensuring that money flows in the interest of people who stole millions of dollars, took it offshore and bought Ukrainian public bonds turning them into the Ukrainian sovereign debt,” Dubinksy claimed. He then added that “in both cases of Yanukovich and Poroshenko, Ms. Gontareva and companies she controls were investing the stolen funds.”

Another Verkhovna Rada MP, Andrei Derkach, claimed that the US Franklin Templeton Investments management company was also involved in the scheme. “The investigation suggests that the Yanukovichs illegally obtained $7.4 billion and laundered it through an investment fund close to the US Democratic Party as government domestic loan bonds,” he pointed out.

Here’s the full video:

Andrii Derkach has been investigating this international web of money laundering involving the former President of Ukraine, the Biden family & Burisma Holdings for over a year now. Here is one of the original documents that he shared in Nov. of 2019.

U.S. Treasury imposes sanctions on Andrii Derkach

The Treasury Department, in announcing the sanctions in this Sept, said that Ukrainian lawmaker, Andrii Derkach, “has been an active Russian agent for over a decade.”

Derkach called the sanctions an act of “revenge” by the U.S. and an attempt to stop him from revealing more information about “Democratic corruption.”

He said the Treasury’s actions also provide him “the opportunity for me to defend my interests in the legal field: in court.”

DOJ in ‘ongoing discussions’ about Hunter Biden special counsel

Top officials within the Justice Department are discussing whether to appoint a special counsel in the federal criminal investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden

Hunter Biden admitted earlier this month that he was under criminal investigation over his tax, affairs which focused on allegations of money laundering and his business dealings in foreign countries, particularly with Bursima Holdings in Ukraine and China.

According to Fox News, whether a special counsel is appointed is currently an “open discussion” with high-level officials at the department believing that it is “warranted.” 

“It was passed to deal with a potential conflict of interest of the attorney general or the president of the United States,” the source told Fox News. “A president-elect coming in, where his appointed attorneys will be investigating his son? That’s textbook conflict.” 

The Senate releases the report on ‘Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption’

A new Senate report released on Dec. 09 concludes that former Vice President Joe Biden allowed Hunter Biden and other members of his family to enrich themselves through links with foreign companies and governments while he was in office.

It adds that “Hunter Biden, his family, and [business partner Devon] Archer received millions of dollars from foreign nationals with questionable backgrounds.” It notes that Hunter Biden went on a “$100,000 global spending spree with James Biden and Sara Biden” after receiving money from a Chinese investor.

The report, titled, “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns,” can be found on the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs website.

“The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) and the Senate Committee on Finance undertook this investigation into potential conflicts of interest, and the involvement of the Biden family in foreign business ventures while Joe Biden was vice president, following allegations that the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy could have been affected by Hunter Biden’s position on the board of Burisma, and that family members may have improperly sought to benefit from their relationship with the vice president,” the report states. 

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