by Brooke Singman at Fox News
A bank investigator responsible for detecting and combating money laundering warned in 2018 of “unusual” and “erratic” activity related to more than a dozen wire transfers of large sums of money to accounts belonging to Hunter Biden.
In an email released by the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday, a Bank Secrecy Act manager raised concerns that the payments did not appear to correspond to “any services rendered,” as well as Chinese efforts to target children of politicians. The investigator suggested the bank re-evaluate its relationship with the client.
The payments from China ultimately funded a $40,000 check to Joe Biden from his brother that had been labeled loan repayment, according to House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky. Comer is co-leading the impeachment inquiry against President Biden and has been investigating the Biden family’s business dealings for months.
The email is from a Bank Secrecy Act manager to an assistant vice president and branch manager of a financial institution. The names of the investigator, the vice president and the bank have been redacted in the email, dated June 26, 2018…Continue Reading