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House Judiciary Committee Requests Documents Allegedly Showing President Biden Took A Bribe From Burisma Executives

WASHINGTON, D.C. - House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) has requested U.S. Department of the Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to provide suspicious activity reports (SARs) for various individuals and entities associated with Burisma, a Ukrainian-based energy company. A record generated by the FBI on June 30, 2020 documents conversations between a confidential human source and a Burisma executive. In these conversations, the executive claimed that then-Vice President Joe Biden solicited and received a bribe in exchange for certain actions.

Based on additional information provided by an IRS whistleblower to the House Ways and Means Committee, it appears that the FD-1023 form was not shared with tax investigators. The whistleblower stated that the email correspondence from May 2014, which referenced a $5 million payment, would have been significant to the investigation.


In the letter addressed to Secretary Yellen, Chairman Comer kindly requests the SARs that are currently in the custody of the Treasury. These SARs were filed by financial institutions from April 2014 up until the present time. The request specifically pertains to SARs related to certain individuals and entities, including:

  • Burisma and all corporate affiliates and subsidiaries
  • Mykola Zlochevsky
  • Karina Zlochevska
  • Vadym Pozharskyi
  • Alexander Kotlarsky
  • Vuk Jeremic
  • Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development

In a press release, Comer said he believes there have been allegations that Joe Biden solicited and received a bribe during his time as Vice President of the United States, which the FBI has been aware of for a number of years. He said he believes there are concerns about the FBI's level of confidence in verifying the allegations mentioned in this record and the possibility of intentional withholding during the investigation into Hunter Biden's tax evasion. 

He also said an IRS whistleblower claimed that certain crucial evidence was not disclosed to tax investigators, and that these investigators have subsequently stated that they possessed potentially supporting evidence during the investigation.

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