The Hillary colluding with the Russians scandal just got deeper as Huma Abedin Weiner’s cousin, Omar Amanat, was jailed after deleting emails with Russian ‘businessman.’
Her first cousin, Omar has been convicted of fraud and was said to have a had a “disdain for the courts and legal process.”
In 2013, Amanat partnered with Russian businessman Vladislov Doronin to purchase a high-end resort for over $350 million. Doronin moved from Russia to Switzerland to work for Marc Rich, who escaped the United States after he was indicted for fraud and illegal trading with Iran. Rich was pardoned by former President Bill Clinton on his last day in the White House.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reports: The indictment charges that Amanat convinced people to invest millions of dollars in a tech company called Kit Digital and lied to them to hide the fact that the company was hemorrhaging cash. “The evidence of their criminal schemes was so overwhelming that Amanat actually tried to fool the jury by introducing fake emails into the record as exculpatory ‘evidence’ in this trial,” acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said in a statement. Prosecutors said he re-purposed millions of dollars of the company’s money for his own personal use.
The conclusions came as a part of the investigations into Anthony Weiner’s relationship with a 15-year-old girl. That investigation led the FBI to Weiner’s laptop where they discovered 650,000 emails belonging to then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, which triggered the FBI to reopen their criminal investigation into the corrupt Democratic candidate.
On October 30, 2016, the FBI obtained a search warrant for the Abedin-linked emails related to the probe of Hillary Clinton’s private server that were discovered on Weiner’s laptop. Abedin used the same laptop to send thousands of emails to Clinton.
Amanat, was convicted along with cohort Kaleil Tuzman of all charges stemming from his role in a technology firm named Kit Digital. Amanat is scheduled to be sentenced April 25th.
The jury found the two men guilty of inflating artificially the company’s revenue. The two stole millions of dollars from investors in the process.
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