Feds Investigate Abedin Crime Family For Conspiracy, Wire Fraud

Friday, April 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

Baxter Dmitry
April 28, 2017

Two of Huma Abedin’s cousins have been arrested and she has been named, along with Hillary Clinton’s State Department, in a US Department of Justice prosecution, court records show.

Other documents reveal the same allegedly crooked cousins solicited Huma Abedin for help at State in a deal that netted the Abedins more than $1.2 million in federal grants.

Huma’s first cousin Omar Amanat has been indicted and placed under house arrest before the trial on Oct. 2. Another cousin, Irfan Amanat, has also been arrested in connection with the same case.

WND reports: These undesirable family connections, revealed here for the first time, raise fresh questions about influence peddling at the State Department under Clinton, who is now reportedly working with Abedin on a political comeback.

Abedin’s relatives were major donors to the Clinton Foundation. And Abedin drew a salary from the Clinton Foundation, while at the same time working for the government.

Records show that her first cousin, Omar Amanat, is under federal indictment for cheating investors in Kit Digital Inc. of millions of dollars between 2009 and 2012, forcing the tech start-up to go bankrupt in 2013. He has been placed under house arrest as he awaits trial, which is scheduled for Oct. 2.

Another Abedin cousin, Irfan Amanat, is under indictment in the same case. He was arrested in December after returning to the U.S. from the United Arab Emirates.

Prosecutors say Omar Amanat illegally diverted millions of dollars from investments in Kit Digital “for his personal use,” including “luxury properties in Manhattan.” He “never disclosed these misappropriations to investors,” who were misled about the value of the company by false balance sheets. He has pleaded not guilty.

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