Dr. Gal Luft, a “missing” whistleblower from the Biden family, was charged by the Justice Dept. with violating the law by failing to register with CEFC China Energy Co as being a foreign agent. Hunter Biden also worked for this same firm.
Luft, who insists he is the fall man, skipped bail in Cyprus in April while awaiting the process of extradition and is now at large. Authorities accused Luft of breaking the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), providing a false statement, and scheming to sell Chinese weaponry to the UAE, Kenya, and Libya.
The FBI and the DOJ allegedly received the damning information of Biden family malfeasance regarding CEFC from Luft at a meeting in Brussels in March 2019. He claims that the interview was hidden by American officials.
According to page 21 of the indictment, the Justice Department filed many accusations against Luft this week, including failing to register as CEFC’s foreign agent in accordance with FARA.
“GAL LUFT, the defendant, along with others both known and unknown, at least one of those who is anticipated to be brought and ultimately taken into custody in the Southern District of NY, willfully and intentionally did combine, collaborate, confederate, and agree jointly and with each other in order to commit an offense toward the United States, including to intentionally and deliberately act as an agent for a foreign principal, specifically CEFC, CEFC China, and CC-1, while not having registered with the Attorney General, in breach of the FARA.”
Hunter Biden and CEFC collaborated closely. In reality, Ye Jianming, the “chairman” of CEFC, gave Hunter Biden a $1 million retainer in 2017 for legal counsel. In February 2017, Ye also gave Hunter an enormous diamond that was estimated to be worth $80,000.
A $3 million wired transfer from CEFC was received by Hunter Biden’s business partner, Rob Walker, in 2017, according to suspicious activity reports acquired by House Republicans. James, Hunter, Hallie, and an unknown “Biden” were the four members of the Biden family that were given a total $1.3 million portion of the $3 million wire transfer.