Israeli Whistleblower With Info On Biden Corruption Disappears In Cyprus After Saying Biden Regime Wants To ‘Bury Him’

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A former member of the IDF, a citizen of Israel who is an alleged whistleblower and energy security expert, has disappeared from in Cyprus after claiming in a tweet in February that the Biden administration was out to “bury” him.

His case could be the reason Joe Biden ran for president, and is extremely concerning if true, about the lengths that the government will go to to protect the Biden crime family.

News that the Biden regime could be using the corrupt practice of punishing people with the public’s legal powers has shaken Israel journalists who are calling for their own investigations.

“Israel should seek a full investigation of the charges that have been leveled against its national. But it also has a responsibility to him as an Israeli citizen and a senior IDF officer to ensure that his arrest warrant isn’t politically motivated,” Caroline Click reported on Monday for

Zerohedge reported on the details of the arrest and the charges:

“In February, Dr. Gal Luft, the founder and executive director of the Washington-based Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS), was preparing to reveal damning information about the Biden family’s international business exploits to Congress when the Biden Department of Justice had him arrested on weapon trafficking charges.”

Luft reportedly told the FBI in 2019 that the Biden crime family had informed a Chinese energy executive that he was the target of a federal investigation, allowing him to flee the country before he could be arrested.

According to Luft’s lawyer, the Justice Department is using lawfare against his client making up charges to harass him and trying to keep him quiet.

“Luft was arrested at the Larnaca International Airport on February 16, after Interpol issued an arrest warrant against him on suspicion of arms trafficking to China and Libya. According to the Cyprus Mail, the whistleblower was boarding a plane for Israel when local authorities arrested him. Luft was also accused of lying to the FBI and violating the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), according to his arrest warrant. He’s facing up to 96 years in prison if convicted of the charges,” Zerohedge reported, adding:

“Dr. Luft is a whistleblower,” Luft’s American attorney Robert Henoch told the Washington Free Beacon back in February. Henoch said prosecutors ignored Luft’s information “and are instead targeting him with trumped-up and false charges.” The attorney added: “This, unfortunately, appears to be part of an attempt to discredit a witness with critical information about an ongoing congressional and DOJ investigation.”

However, Luft disappeared sometime in March after the Larnaca court ordered a conditional discharge for him. The whistleblower posted bail for €150,000 ($165,409.50) and was required to report to the Paphos central police station at regular intervals, according to the Cyprus Mail.

Larnaca police said he failed to report to the police station on March 28 and has been missing ever since. In April, Larnaca police spokesperson Haris Hadjiyiasemi told reporters that another European and international arrest warrant had been issued against him.

According to the Cyprus Mail, “police seized €250,000 from a guarantor Luft named before the Larnaca court ordered his release.”

Luft had reportedly worked with CEFC-USA—the nonprofit arm of the Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC China—between 2015 and 2018, the same period CEFC-China began its influence operations with the Biden family, Zerohedge wrote, citing more outlets covering the story:

Luft alleged through Henoch that four years ago, he tried to inform the DOJ that CEFC had paid $100,000 a month to Hunter Biden and $65,000 to Joe Biden’s brother Jim, “in exchange for their FBI connections and use of the Biden name to promote China’s Belt and Road Initiative around the world,” the New York Post reported in March.

Henoch, a former U.S. assistant attorney, said Ye confided to Luft that Hunter had an FBI informant called “One-Eye” who was “extremely well placed, who they paid lots of money to [provide] sealed law enforcement information.”

“One-Eye” allegedly tipped off Ye Jianming that the Southern District of New York was investigating him, according to the Post. According to the Post, Luft learned about the scheme through his own relationship with Patrick Ho and Ye Jianming.

Soon after that tipoff, Ye offered Hunter $1 million to be his “private counsel” and flew to China, leaving his wife, daughter, son, mother, and nanny in his $50 million penthouse at 15 Central Park West. Ye was detained in Shanghai three months later and disappeared. Before he left New York, Ye told Ho that the coast was clear for him to come back to the US.

On Nov. 18, 2017, Ho flew into JFK Airport, where he was arrested by FBI agents on bribery and money laundering charges. Hunter was paid $1 million by CEFC to represent Ho, which entailed contacting his FBI sources on Ho’s behalf and engaging another attorney to do the legal work, according to emails on his laptop. CEFC paid a further $4.9 million to Hunter and Jim Biden in monthly installments for 14 months from August 2017, government records show.

Luft claims he contacted the DOJ after Ho was jailed, and federal investigators flew to Brussels to interview him for more than 18 hours on March 28 and 29, 2019. However, he never heard from them again, and less than four weeks later, Joe Biden announced he was running for president.

The House Oversight Committee has released bank statements showing an additional $1,065,000 was funneled from a Chinese company affiliated with CEFC to Hunter. The payments were made in increments over three months through Biden associate Rob Walker, whose wife, Betsy, had been personal assistant to then-second lady Jill Biden.

According to the Free Beacon, Henoch told the Justice Department in a filing under penalty of perjury that he had accompanied Luft during his 2019 meeting with FBI and Justice Department officials.

“The DOJ had this information in March 2019 and did nothing,” Henoch said.

The attorney said in March that he planned to submit letters to Congress with details of Luft’s case and of his 2019 meeting with federal investigators.

Luft’s fate remains to be seen. His attorneys have called on Israeli authorities to intervene in Cyprus to block his extradition to the United States. Rep. James Comer (R., Ky.), the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said this month that he is investigating Luft’s claims and has been in contact with his lawyers.

After Luft’s arrest in February, Jeremy Carl, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, wrote on Twitter that he had spent many years as an energy and environmental policy analyst, and had gotten to know Luft fairly well through this work.

“Gal was *very* connected to the energy policy and security establishments, in the U.S., China, and elsewhere,” Carl wrote.

The House Oversight Committee is attempting to obtain Luft’s testimony. It is not clear if he will be allowed to testify, but we should all be very interested in what he has to say.


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