In a perplexing turn of events, the recent Burisma energy accountant dead has raised significant concerns and left many unanswered questions. The whistleblower, known for her alleged involvement in financial crimes related to the Bidens, passed away before she could testify. This development has sparked intense speculation and scrutiny regarding her demise, adding another layer of complexity to the already controversial Burisma case. As the news unfolds, individuals seeking to uncover the truth behind the whistleblower’s sudden death can find insightful analysis and ongoing updates on nhankimcuonganthu.com, a website dedicated to shedding light on critical aspects surrounding the Burisma scandal.
I. What is Burisma Holdings?
The company, headquartered in Kyiv (Kiev) but registered in Cyprus, serves as a holding company for various subsidiaries in the energy industry. Some of its subsidiaries include Esko-Pivnich, Pari, Persha Ukrainska Naftogazova Kompaniya, Naftogaz Garant, KUB-Gas, and Astroinvest Ukraine.
Burisma is one of the largest natural gas operators in Ukraine and has additional interests in Germany, Mexico, Italy, and Kazakhstan. In 2018, the company reported a gas production volume of 1.3 billion cubic meters (bcm). Although the company does not publicly disclose its financial results, estimates by Reuters suggest that this level of production could have generated revenues exceeding $400 million.
II. Burisma connects with Biden
During that time, a statement from Hunter Biden appeared on the Burisma website, as cited by Reuters. In the statement, he mentioned that his role would involve assisting the company with issues such as transparency, corporate governance, responsibility, and international expansion.
Hunter Biden’s appointment raised concerns in political and industry circles due to his father’s position as Obama’s right-hand man, as well as Burisma’s controversial history and accusations of fraud against its owner.
Previously, Burisma had faced anti-corruption investigations by domestic lawmakers, and its owner, Zlochevsky, had been investigated by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office in relation to money laundering allegations in Ukraine. However, this investigation concluded in 2018 due to insufficient evidence.
Many commentators have suggested that Burisma’s decision to hire Hunter Biden, along with other high-profile board members like former Polish president Aleksander Kwaśniewski and former CIA official Cofer Black, was an attempt to divert attention from corruption investigations and restore the company’s reputation.
During the Obama administration, corporate fraud in Ukraine became a significant concern for Vice President Biden. He actively campaigned for reforms in the country, specifically targeting Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin as a hindrance in the fight against corruption.
Under pressure from Biden and other international figures, Shokin was eventually dismissed in March 2016 for various reasons, including his failure to adequately investigate Burisma regarding allegations of money laundering and tax evasion between 2010 and 2012.
III. Burisma Energy Accountant Dead
The whistleblower from Burisma, identified as the wife of former Burisma owner Mykola Lisin, also deceased under suspicious circumstances during the Obama administration when Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter were involved in Ukraine.
During an interview on Newsmax’s “Saturday Report” with Rita Cosby, Giuliani discussed the situation regarding the whistleblower, who has since passed away.
IV. Biden Bribery Scheme
During Joe Biden’s time as vice president under Obama, Burisma compensated Hunter with large sums of money every month for his board position, despite his lack of experience in the energy sector.
During that period, Vice President Biden withheld U.S. assistance to Ukraine to pressure the government into dismissing Viktor Shokin, a senior prosecutor who was investigating Burisma and its owner for fraudulent activities.
Giuliani, previously President Donald Trump’s attorney, claims that the whistleblower offered to provide a U.S. attorney with highly incriminating financial information about the Bidens.
However, Giuliani states that U.S. authorities made efforts to ignore her, passing her case around various offices to make it disappear.
Initially, the Pittsburgh Attorney General’s office was investigating the case, but it was later transferred to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware under former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr.
Giuliani alleges that the Delaware office buried the case, despite the whistleblower being under threat of death.
He asserts that the whistleblower had evidence, including offshore bank account information, showing millions of dollars in bribes flowing to the Biden family and other corrupt politicians.
Despite the gravity of the evidence, Giuliani claims that prosecutors obstructed the case, and the whistleblower died suddenly before testifying.
Furthermore, the mainstream media is refusing to acknowledge her existence.
Giuliani expressed frustration with the lack of action, stating that the evidence was provided to the Department of Justice (DOJ) in January 2020 but was ignored.
He revealed that he had given the DOJ a witness, the chief accountant at Burisma, who had access to offshore bank accounts, including those of the Bidens, and oversaw the transfer of cash to them.
When questioned about the House Committee’s investigation, Giuliani expressed doubt, highlighting the delay and inaction by the DOJ.
He emphasized the urgency to interview the whistleblower, stating that her claims could be verified easily and that she either had the evidence or not.
Giuliani criticized the DOJ for not taking action earlier, suggesting that if they had acted before Biden ran for president, they could have determined his guilt or innocence.
He mentioned the availability of witnesses and his possession of recordings, including one of Shokin, who was willing to testify.
Giuliani’s statements were made during an interview on Newsmax’s “Saturday Report” with Rita Cosby.