New Documents Prove FBI Coverup for Biden Family

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While the Hunter Biden laptop was a treasure trove of information and proof of the entire family’s involvement with corrupt overseas entities, some information has emerged that was not included on the Hard Drive From Hell. This information, kept hidden for over eight years, could finally give the House Oversight Committee the smoking gun it needed to connect the pieces of the Biden corruption scandal. It’s a twisted tale of fraud, money laundering, and the FBI’s indulgent coverup of the family’s activities.

According to documents obtained by Just the News, the FBI knew as early as 2016 that Hunter Biden and his associates planned to start a new business in tax-friendly Liechtenstein. This business was to be funded with $120 million from the controversial owner of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.

The evidence was included in a collection of over three million documents seized by the FBI during an investigation into a potential securities fraud committed by Hunter and his business partners nearly ten years ago.

According to these documents, a major investment plan was being developed while Hunter Biden was on Burisma’s board and Joe Biden was vice president, overseeing U.S.-Ukraine policy under Barack Obama.

The documents indicate that Hunter Biden was also expected to join the new company’s board. Burnham Energy Security LLC was set to be funded in 2015 by Burisma’s owner, Nykola Zlochevsky, who was trying to evade corruption charges at the time.

According to a project prospectus, Ukrainian oligarch Zlochevsky pledged to invest $120 million over 36 months in the new venture. This investment aimed to enhance exploration and leasehold improvements, making Burisma a global energy leader. One of the partners revealed to Congress that the Hunter Biden-connected company, Burnham, was set to receive a quarter of the new venture’s net revenues without investing any money.

In an August 2015 email, Vadym Pozharskyi, Zlochevsky’s top aide, stressed the importance of Hunter Biden’s involvement with Burnham Energy. He mentioned that Hunter Biden and Devon Archer were expected to be the founders of the LLC in Delaware, noting that having both of them involved would enhance the company’s “credibility.”

According to Archer’s testimony in the House impeachment inquiry, Burisma viewed Hunter Biden’s role on its board as a way to shield the company from its own government’s pressure. Another partner, Jason Galanis, testified before Congress that he thought Archer and Biden were put on the board to protect Burisma from Ukrainian investigations and prosecutions.

As the congressional inquiry had already revealed, Pozharskyi also directly contacted Hunter Biden a few months after a meeting between himself, Hunter, and other business partners. In an email dated August 12, 2015, he wrote about initiating legal discussions between their lawyers and Hunter Biden’s legal team. At the time, they were focused on structuring and addressing all related matters for the Burnham Energy Security Fund.

In September 2015, as Hunter Biden’s team finalized a term sheet for the business venture, the deal faced a series of setbacks. First, Hunter Biden’s associate Jason Galanis was arrested in a securities fraud case. Simultaneously, after months of inaction, U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt publicly pressured Ukrainian prosecutors to pursue corruption charges against Zlochevsky, Burisma’s owner.

Pyatt’s public remarks unexpectedly spurred Ukrainian prosecutors to intensify their own investigation of Zlochevsky. However, Vice President Joe Biden intervened and pressured Ukraine to dismiss Chief Prosecutor Viktor Shokin by threatening to withhold $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees.

Archer testified to Congress last year that Burisma sought Hunter Biden’s assistance in obtaining support from Washington, D.C., to manage the scrutiny stemming from the Shokin investigation.

In his testimony earlier this year, Galanis discussed the proposed Burisma investment in Burnham. He detailed that Burnham had secured a $120 million investment from Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky, with a documented agreement outlining a 25% profit share for Burnham partners.

Hunter was exempted from providing his part of the upfront investment. His contribution was the “relationship capital” associated with the Biden name. Galanis clarified to Congress that while Zlochevsky provided all the money, Burnham offered expertise in investment banking and political connections. He explicitly mentioned that Archer and Biden provided “nonlegal” protection to Zlochevsky, leveraging their relationship and influence.

The recently revealed documents prove that Hunter deliberately planned a corrupt deal as far back as 2016. Biden’s role in the scheme has been known for years, but the revelations that the FBI was aware of it and chose not to act is a new angle to the story. And not one you’re likely to hear on CNN.