Huma Abedin is once again attracting the attention of federal law enforcement in spite of the Democratic Party and news media cabal covering up reports and other documents revealing allegations of criminal activity by Abedin family members.
Two of Abedin’s relatives — both of them first cousins — are in serious trouble with the FBI and both Abedin and her former boss, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, are said to be an important characters in a very intricate investigation.
Besides covering up her alleged connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, Huma Abedin had all of the Democrats calling the Muslim Brotherhood a “moderate” Islamic organization, despite its being listed on terrorism watch lists from a number of Muslim countries including Egypt, the nation from where the group sprang.
U.S. Department of Justice attorneys have been prosecuting two of Huma Abedin’s family members for conspiracy, wire fraud and securities fraud. According to the investigators, Huma Abedin and the U.S. Department of State, where she served as Hillary Clinton’s “right-hand woman,” are mentioned in the case files.
One of the allegations is that the two male cousins being prosecuted had urged Abedin to obtain help from State Department that eventually netted them $1.2 million in federal grants.
“With the revelations of other suspicious activity at the State Department regarding [Hillary] Clinton’s tenure as the secretary of State, it seems a good time by all was had at taxpayers’ expense. The State Department was a great ‘piggy bank,'” said for criminal investigator Mary Jean (MJ) Bellson. “Were these suspects and State Department officials involved in peddling access to the Clinton’s State Department? I think the answer to that question is yes,” Bellson added.
Abedin’s first cousin, Omar Amanat, is under federal indictment for cheating investors out of millions of dollars between 2009 and 2012, forcing the tech start-up company — Kit Digital Inc. — to go belly-up in 2013. He is said to be under house arrest awaiting an Oct. 2, 2017 trial date in New York City. His last known address was in Short Hills, New Jersey and Milburn, New Jersey.
Abedin other cousin, Irfan Amanat, was also indicted in the same case and faces the same charges. He was arrested in December 2016 after returning to the U.S. from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Both suspects are alleged to have diverted millions from investments in Kit Digital for personal use and for purchasing or leasing luxury properties in exclusive Manhattan neighborhoods.
Some of the evidence regarding Kit Digital appears in State Department emails sent to Abedin from Amanat and a non-related business partner. In June 2009, Amanat helped his business partner solicit Abedin for State favors on behalf of Soliya Inc., which was in partnership with Kit Digital. Summit Entertainment, a film company Amanat held a controlling stake in at the time, also stood to benefit.
Huma arranged for Soliya to secure financing through the U.S. State Department and the United Nations. The impressive sounding initiative was called the Alliance of Civilizations. Then in October 2010, at the height of Hillary Clinton’s power on the world stage, her subordinates at the State Department directly turned over $1.25 million to Soliya.