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Also known as Trump International Scotland and Trump International Golf Club Scotland Limited
A former executive linked to Michael Flynn, who was CEO of a Flynn Intel Group subsidiary in 2016 when Flynn contracted with Ekim Alptekin’s Inovo to investigate Fethullah Gulen — is founder of a company that was awarded a $48,843,831 Air Force contract in September 2019.
Note: there is no indication Michael Flynn is linked to the $48 million contract or that there is anything unusual about the award. …
By Wendy Siegelman and Stacy Jannis
In October 2019 Lev Parnas, a Florida-based Ukrainian immigrant and former stock trader, was indicted with his business associates Igor Fruman, David Correia and Andrey Kukushkin, for conspiring to make illegal foreign campaign contributions.
Since then the work of Parnas and Fruman on behalf of Rudy Giuliani, and by extension on behalf of Giuliani’s client Donald Trump, have become a central part of the House impeachment inquiry. Parnas, Fruman and Giuliani worked together to seek damaging information about Joe Biden to help Trump in his 2020 presidential campaign. …
As the House proceeds with the impeachment investigation and looking into possible Russian or foreign money funding U.S. politicians, another area that should be investigated is the potential national security risk posed by Russian or foreign investments in the U.S. energy sector.
One story that has been covered widely is a $200 million investment by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska’s company Rusal into the Kentucky aluminum company Braidy Industries, shortly after Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell helped remove sanctions from Rusal. I further reported that Braidy leaders Craig Bouchard and Thomas Modrowski had previously done significant business with the Russian steel company…
Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska has been a central figure in the Trump-Russia story. He is the founder of Basic Element, president of En+ Group and, until recently, was majority owner of Rusal, the second largest aluminum company in the world. A close ally of Putin and once the richest man in Russia, Deripaska has been covered widely in Trump-Russia news and the Mueller report, for his business relationship with Trump’s former campaign manager and convicted felon, Paul Manafort. Years prior to the election, Deripaska had hired and paid tens of millions of dollars to Manafort. …
The entire Khrapunov family was involved:
UPDATE: Since this story was published, the owner of the building in deal involving Felix Sater, has been identified as Andrey Rozov, a Russian developer involved in negotiations with Donald Trump in 2015 to build Trump Tower Moscow. Below is the original story published before Rozov was revealed as the mystery owner.
In 2017 I stumbled across an intriguing scoop — real estate filings showing that Felix Sater was involved in a 2015 Manhattan real estate deal with a Russian-born NYC accountant named Ilya Bykov. A colleague shared research with me showing links Bykov had to: 1) Prevezon companies related…
Note: Data updated as of March 25, 2019
Chart above includes cases from the Special Counsel’s Office or related cases of high profile figures in the Trump-Russia investigation. It does not include other cases that may turn out to be related, such as U.S. cases against Russian hackers, or U.S. or international money laundering cases (e.g. Khrapunovs, 1MDB), etc. Below is summary information and links to filing docs for cases included in the chart.
(Case 1:18-cr-00218-TSC, District of Columbia)
U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia
On July 16, 2018, Russian national Mariia/Maria Butina was charged with conspiracy to act…
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Last week law360.com reported a new class action complaint filed in New York federal court on August 21, 2018 against Jeffrey Epstein for his alleged role in a Ponzi scheme that ran from 1987 to 1993 and cost investors $475 million.
Court filings show that the complaint filed by two investors on behalf of themselves and others, includes an affidavit signed by Steven Hoffenberg that names Jeffrey Epstein as a co-conspirator in the Ponzi scheme that…