Informant in court – Russian false information reached FBI investigators

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In the US, an FBI informant has now been charged with spreading false information about the US president’s son, Hunter Biden. These came after initial investigations by employees of the Russian secret service (see video above).

Alexander Smirnov admitted this during interrogation. The 43-year-old was arrested at Las Vegas airport last week after returning from a trip abroad. The indictment alleges that he told lies to the US Federal Police (FBI) about alleged bribes that Hunter Biden and his father Joe allegedly received from the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. The informant stated that the total amount was five million dollars (the equivalent of 4.65 million euros).

Smirnov’s statements have so far played a central role in Republicans’ efforts to remove Joe Biden from office over corruption. The effects of the false information provided in 2020 “are still being felt today,” the researchers’ document said.

“Actively spreading new lies”
Smirnov also met with Russian secret service employees last November and is “actively spreading new lies.” The researchers fear that this false information could also have consequences for the upcoming US elections in November.

Hunter Biden is always a target for the Republicans. The former lawyer, lobbyist and businessman regularly makes the news with legal problems. In December, he was charged with evading taxes for several years. He was previously charged with illegal gun possession.

Smirnov himself faces a prison sentence of 25 years.

Source: Krone

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