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By Rampart Stonebridge, updated on October 3, 2023

Hunter Biden investigation lead to potential sex trafficking charges

In recent developments, documents have come to light suggesting that federal investigators explored potential charges against the president's son related to sex-trafficking.

These documents detail a myriad of financial transactions, relationships, and questionable activities, painting a complex picture, sending shockwaves across D.C. and the White House. The White House is going to need to answer for some of these allegations.

On April 27, 2021, Hunter's financial activities drew attention when Jeffrey Gelfound, his accountant, was interviewed. During this discussion, "Hunter claimed at least $4,200 of payments to a sex worker named Gulnora as business expenses."

Further, Gulnora Djamalitdinova, the aforementioned sex worker, seemed to have a deeper connection with Hunter than initially perceived.

In May 2018, while staying at a Los Angeles hotel, he wired her a sum of $25,000. Djamalitdinova ran a company called 'Emerald Fantasy Girls Inc.' which, interestingly, registered as a nonprofit and was subsequently closed in April 2018.

Djamalitdinova herself wasn't free from the grip of the law either. In 2016, she faced charges for dealing cannabis and in 2019 for operating her escorting service without a valid permit. Yet, due to plea deals, these charges were dropped.

The probe by the IRS whistleblower

Joseph Ziegler, an IRS whistleblower, had been silently observing these activities, leading a five-year investigation into Hunter's supposed tax crimes.

Ziegler provided significant information to the House Ways and Means Committee. Among his revelations was an email that caught significant attention, as reported by DailyMail.com

Jack Morgan, a prosecutor with the Justice Department's Tax Division, penned this email in October 2020. Addressed to Assistant US Attorney Lesley Wolf, Morgan discussed various scenarios wherein Hunter appeared to be engaging with prostitutes, even possibly arranging for their travel across state lines.

Morgan specifically highlighted, "Two instances where escorts, presumably from Los Angeles and New York, may have traveled to rendezvous with Hunter in Boston. He also highlighted another situation that involved a self-identified "hooker," suggesting she may have journeyed from New Jersey to New York to meet with him."

The questionable financial transactions

Delving into Hunter's financial dealings, Wells Fargo investigators identified payments from Hunter tracing back to a suspected prostitution ring operated by a Hong Kong company, MSN reported.

Hunter's company, Owasco, also made headlines for issuing 13 business checks between October 15, 2014, and April 22, 2015, which cumulatively amounted to $58,432 and seemed peculiar.

Not stopping there, the SAR (Suspicious Activity Reports) observed transactions of $1,162,732 made to Owasco from Rob Walker, a former official of the Clinton administration. The Treasury documents further unveiled Hunter's peer-to-peer transfers totaling $30,900.

Reactions and ramifications

Given the serious nature of the allegations and the associated risks, Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) reached out to the Justice Department seeking clarity on Hunter's supposed connections with prostitutes.

The Mann Act, which deals with the transportation of individuals across state borders for illicit purposes, became a point of discussion.

Notably, this act was previously invoked in the high-profile case of Ghislaine Maxwell, an associate of Jeffrey Epstein. She received a 20-year sentence for her role in sex trafficking.

Lessons to learn from this tragedy

  • Always question the "business" expenses: It's essential to have a transparent financial record, especially when dealing with significant amounts.
  • Know who you're dealing with: Just because someone has a notable title or is related to someone in power doesn't always mean they are above-board.
  • The importance of whistleblower protections: Joseph Ziegler's role as a whistleblower is a testament to the importance of protecting those who come forward with vital information.
  • Remain aware and alert: This incident highlights the importance of always being aware of where our money goes and who we interact with, even if we feel safe due to our status or surroundings.

Why this matters to the public

This story has gripped the nation not merely due to the direct involvement of the president's son, but it also highlights the underlying webs of power, money, and influence that often stay hidden from the public eye.

Allegations of this magnitude demand transparent investigations to preserve the integrity of those in power and ensure public trust in the system.

The accusations against Hunter Biden are going to have a rippling effect across the political landscape of the United States, regardless if it is only previous charges that were floated.

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Written By: Rampart Stonebridge

I'm Rampart Stonebridge, a curious and passionate writer who can't get enough of true crime. As a criminal investigative journalist, I put on my detective hat, delving deep into each case to reveal the hidden truths. My mission? To share engaging stories and shed light on the complexities of our mysterious world, all while satisfying your curiosity about the intriguing realm of true crime.

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