‘Missing Witness’ Who Warned About Biden Corruption Says DOJ Fabricated Charges Against Him
Another shocking development in the series of scandals surrounding the Biden family arose this week after a “missing witness” revealed that the Department of Justice was made aware of some of the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop in 2019.
Dr. Gal Luft, a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces who headed up a think tank focused on energy security with a former CIA director, said he attempted to tip the United States government off about First Son Hunter Biden’s connections with Chinese energy company CEFC.
Affording to Luft, rather than being interested in hearing him out, the United States government fabricated charges against him to retaliate.
He says he made a mistake when he made “a fatal decision I made in March of 2019 to share with the U.S. Government my knowledge about the Biden family’s relations with CEFC,”
Watch this: The so-called missing witness to the Biden family’s corruption, Gal Luft, has recorded this statement describing how, since alerting the DoJ to his direct knowledge of the Bidens receiving illicit payments from China, the DoJ/FBI used this info not to investigate but… pic.twitter.com/snOeSedgc5
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Luft said that the Department of Justice initially took his allegations seriously as they sent “a delegation of six people, two prosecutors from the Southern District of New York by the names of Daniel Richenthal and Katherine Gaush, and four FBI agents. One of them was Special Agent Joshua Wilson from the Baltimore field office, which also happens to cover the state of Delaware.”
The contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop were revealed in the run-up to the 2020 Presidential election. They detailed the close relationship that Hunter Biden enjoyed with Chinese-linked energy company CEFC.
It was later revealed that accounts linked to Hunter Biden received roughly $5.1 million from CEFC.
A Senate investigation into Hunter’s foreign dealings also discovered WhatsApp messages between him and a CEFC representative where he touted his connections to his father, then Vice President Joe Biden.
Within 10 days of Hunter Biden's WhatsApp message to the Chinese official associated with CEFC, a CEFC subsidiary sent 2 payments totaling $5.1M to accounts linked to Hunter, according to records cited in the Senate GOP investigation. https://t.co/myy4Xw8un2 pic.twitter.com/EEkb3sa6Y7
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For revealing these details to the Department of Justice, Luft claims that he was given ‘bogus’ arms charges and charged with violating the Foreign Agent Registration Act.
“I, who volunteered to inform the US government about a potential security breach and about compromising information about a man vying to be the next president, am now being hunted by the very same people who I informed — and may have to live on the run for the rest of my life, on the run,” He said.
Luft went on to claim that one of the Special Agents who he spoke to about the allegations against Hunter Biden was also involved in seizing his laptop from a computer repair shop.
“And guess who seized the laptop from the computer repair shop? It was Special Agent Joshua Wilson, who was with me in Brussels earlier,” Luft said.
Still, he said that he ‘never heard back from the DoJ’ until he was criminally charged, while Hunter Biden has still not been charged in relation to the scandal.
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The DOJ sent a delegation of six people to meet Dr. Luft in Brussels: 4 FBI agents & 2 SDNY prosecutors — Daniel Richenthal & Catherine Ghosh.
Also present: FBI Special Agent Joshua Wilson who also signed a subpoena to seize Hunter’s laptop from a… pic.twitter.com/IzXM2vcQFB
— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) July 7, 2023
“In other words, the FBI knew about — from me — about the Biden CEFC deals before they got hold of the laptop, way before. They had enough time to investigate the issue, but they didn’t.” He said that, after the meeting in Brussels, “I never heard back from the DOJ” — until he was indicted and they tried to arrest him on his way to the U.S. “because I did not believe I will receive a fair trial in a New York court.”