Another Hunter bank account uncovered in Malta

Documents from Satabank found in leaked cache of Hunter Biden laptop connecting son of US President to Ukrainian gas firm.

The shuttered Maltese bank Satabank was used by a Ukrainian gas firm to channel payments to American president Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

The details emerge from a leaked cache of documents and images found in a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, who was at one point employed by gas firm Burisma in 2014.

The allegation is that Satabank – investigated over a slew of suspicious transactions that included organised criminality – was used to flout money laundering rules, according to claims by a longstanding FBI informant, for a $10 million payment from Burisma to Hunter, using various offshore transactions.

The emails from the Biden laptop show income statements, pasport details and utility bills sent to Burisma executive Vadym Pozharskyi, to set up an account at Satabank in 2016.

Screenshots of emails from Biden's laptop

Screenshots of emails from Biden’s laptop

The informant claimed Burisma owner Zlochevsky told them about his scheme to pay $5 million each to Hunter and his father Joe Biden, through a network of bank accounts, as a bribe to halt an investigation of Burisma by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, and to facilitate favourable treatment of the gas company.

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