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Hunter Biden Associate Arrested: “Will Name Names”

Once again, Hunter Biden’s name is in the news, this time due to reports that one of his former associates, Israeli citizen Gal Luft, is threatening to expose damning information. Luft, who is currently the co-director of a Washington-based think tank called the Analysis of Global Security, was arrested earlier this month in Cyprus at the request of American authorities. According to his attorney Mordechai Tzivin, the arrest is retribution for his having talked with the Department of Justice and FBI about Hunter Biden in 2019.

Robert Henoch, another lawyer for Luft, has also spoken out, claiming that the U.S. government is going after Luft “with trumped-up and false charges” rather than pursue the information he disclosed. Luft himself said that his arrest was “politically motivated” and threatened to “name names” in a tweet put out on February 19.

It appears that the U.S. government is attempting to silence Luft and cover up any incriminating evidence he may have against Hunter Biden. It is also possible that they are trying to prevent him from sending a letter to Congress detailing statements he gave to the Justice Department during an interview in Belgium. This would be a clear violation of Luft’s rights as a whistleblower and an example of the government’s blatant disregard for justice.

The Biden family has long been shrouded in controversy and it appears that Hunter Biden is no exception. It is deeply concerning that the U.S. government would go to such lengths to protect him from any potential legal repercussions. Furthermore, it is concerning that this type of behavior is becoming increasingly common among those in power. It is a reminder that we must remain vigilant in our efforts to ensure that justice is served and that those in power are held accountable for their actions.

Source: Conservative Institute

Written by Staff Reports

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