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Burisma execs set up bank account for Hunter Biden that was shut down for money laundering violations: report

Emails taken off of Hunter Biden's laptop reveal that he provided Burisma executive, Vadym Pozharskyi, with his passport and multiple bank statements to open up an account with Satabank in 2016.

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Hunter Biden had executives at Burisma set up a bank account for him at a bank that later closed because of a money laundering investigation. 

Emails taken off of Hunter Biden's laptop reveal that he provided Burisma executive, Vadym Pozharskyi, with his passport and multiple bank statements to open up an account with Satabank in 2016. The bank went under due to money laundering investigations in 2018.

In order to set up the account, Hunter needed to provide a "certified declaration of source wealth," have it notarized, and then sent it to an auction house in Malta, Ukraine. 



The auctioneer, Pierre Pillow, was also charged with money laundering accusations back in 2020. Burisma’s' owner, Mykola Zolchevensky, rented Pillow's apartment in Malta back in 2014. 

Contents of the email from Hunter's laptop show that he had to provide passport copies, bank reference letters, and utility bills to the bank in order to open the account. These all went through the Burisma executives.

When Satabank was liquidated by the Maltese government in 2018, it owed over $81 million to its investors and creditors. 

Senator Ron Johnson, who has led a four year investigation into the Biden family, told the Daily Mail, "No one should find this latest revelation surprising."

"The Bidens knew exactly the type of people they needed to deal with - alleged money launderers like Patrick Ho, Mykola Zlochevsky, and now, allegedly, Mr. Pillow. The question now is what did the FBI know, when did they know it, and what did they do about it?" Johnson continued. 

The link to the bank comes weeks after FBI informants have revealed more alleged corruption coming from the Biden family. Two banks were subpoenaed by the House Oversight Committee as a result of the reports. 

The same informant claimed the Biden family's wealth had been cycled through a network of banks that would take "10 years" to untangle. 

Recently, when President Biden was asked about a related matter by a reporter, he snapped back and said, "Why would you ask such a dumb question?"
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