A recently released FBI informant file has shed light on an alleged $10 million bribery case involving President Biden and his son, Your Content has learned.
The file, made public by Sen. Chuck Grassley, includes statements from Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Burisma Holdings, who claimed he was coerced into making the payment. The redacted FD-1023 form revealed that Zlochevsky mentioned paying one Biden $5 million and another Biden $5 million during a meeting in Vienna, Austria in 2016.
The informant, deemed highly credible by the FBI, reported multiple conversations with Zlochevsky, who also claimed to possess recordings, text messages, and financial records related to the payments. Zlochevsky alleged that the payments were made to ensure the dismissal of Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
The file also mentions references to a “big guy” and raises questions about Hunter Biden’s involvement. The White House has not yet commented on the matter.
House Republicans are investigating connections between Hunter Biden and Burisma, including the opening of a Maltese bank account in 2016. The FBI referred the tip to the Delaware US Attorney’s office for further investigation.
The informant file, created in 2017, resurfaced recently, prompting questions about the actions taken by the Justice Department and the FBI. The case has attracted significant attention and remains a focal point of political debate, according to The New York Post.