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The infamous FD-1023 form: Biden $10M bribe file released: Burisma chief said he was ‘coerced’ to pay Joe, ‘stupid’ Hunter in bombshell allegations
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July 20, 2023 3:47 pm
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For you woke, white, limousine liberal progressive SwampLovers: I don't know if "Rachel" has been on this story. It's been around for months.

A bombshell FBI informant file describing a $10 million bribery allegation against President Biden and his son Hunter was released Thursday by Sen. Chuck Grassley, showing that a Ukrainian oligarch claimed that he was “coerced” into making the payoff.

Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of natural gas company Burisma Holdings, told the FBI informant in 2016 while meeting at a coffee shop in Vienna, Austria, that “it cost 5 [million] to pay one Biden, and 5 [million] to another Biden,” according to the redacted FD-1023 form.

“Zlochevsky made some comment that although Hunter Biden ‘was stupid, and his (Zlochevsky’s) dog was smarter,’ Zlochevsky needed to keep Hunter Biden (on Burisma’s board) ‘so everything will be okay,’” the June 2020 document says.

The source asked whether Hunter Biden or Joe Biden told Zlochevsky he should “retain” the younger Biden; Zlochevsky allegedly replied, “They both did.”

The federal informant — a Ukrainian-American who has been a trusted, highly credible FBI source for over a decade and been paid “six figures,” according to Grassley — described four conversations with Zlochevsky, beginning with a meeting near Kyiv in late 2015 or early 2016 and continuing through a 2019 phone call.


The Very long article contains images of the actual document.

This is the document Christopher Wray denied existed for the longest time. Only after Chuck Grassley and James Comer proved to him that they had copies of it did he acknowledge it's existence.

Clearly, there are still patriots in the FBI.


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  1. by Indy! on July 20, 2023 4:12 pm

    The entire Ukraine war is nothing more than a money laundering operation. Weapons disappearing, Zelensky zonked on coke half the time, Biden refusing to even discuss peace talks. It was comical how fast the Ukraine flags appeared basically overnight in people's bios on twitter. It was a hard, fast, all worldwide sales pitch for a country most average Americans didn't even know existed and still couldn't find it on a map if their Bud Light hatred depended on it.


  2. by Curt_Anderson on July 20, 2023 5:05 pm
    More nothing burger. See link.
    thehill.com


  3. by oldedude on July 20, 2023 5:09 pm
    Back to the subject.

    Grassley and Comer have both subpoenaed DOJ/ FBI information for over 8 years (and counting) on open cases they have of either illegal activity, or breaches of house/ Senate rules. Grassley just got one.

    An FBI Fm 1023 discussing the activity of joe and jr in relationship to Burisma CEO Mykola Zlochevsky. At the time, Burisma was seeking to do business in the United States, but was facing a corruption investigation in Ukraine, led by then-Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. Regarding that investigation’s impact on its ambitions in North America, Burisma CEO Mykola Zlochevsky reportedly said, “Don't worry Hunter will take care of all of those issues through his dad.” Zlochevsky reportedly stated that he had to pay $5 million to Hunter Biden and $5 million to Joe Biden, an arrangement he described as ‘poluchili,’ which is Russian crime slang for being “forced or coerced to pay,” according to the document.

    Regarding the seemingly open and unsolicited admissions by Pajerski and Zlocnevsky about the purpose for their retention of Hunter Biden, and the "forced" payments Zlochevsky made to the Bidens, CHS explained it is very
    common for businessmen in post-Soviet countries to brag or show-off. Additionally, it is extremely common for businesses in Russia and Ukraine to make "bribe" payments to various government officials. CHS noted that in
    corporate budgets for other Russian and Ukrainian businesses which CHS has inspected in the past, CHS observed budget-line-items in Russian called Podmazat" (transliterated by CHS), which literally translates to •oil, lubricate, or make things run smoothly, which companies routinely use to account for anticipated bribe payments. As such, given the pervasive necessity to bribe government officials in Ukraine and Russia, CHS did not perceive Pojarskii's or Zlochevsky's statements to be unusual, self-serving, or pretextual. Additionally, regarding Important business meetings, it is also common in Ukraine and Russia for persons to make covert recordings. However, CHS has only met Zlochevsky in person on one occasion and has spoken to him only twice on the telephone; as such, CHS is not able to provide any further opinion as to the veracity of Zlochevsky's aforementioned statements.


    Zlochevsky wasn't happy about the shakedown. And because of that, he did what any normal person would do. He kept logs of calls and texts.
    Zlochevsky claimed to have many text messages and recordings that show that he was coerced into paying the Bidens to ensure Shokin was fired. Specifically, he claimed to have two recordings with Joe Biden and 15 recordings with Hunter Biden. Zlochevsky also retained two documents, presumably financial records, as evidence of the arrangement, but said he didn’t send any funds directly to the “Big Guy,” a term understood to be a reference to Joe Biden. References to the “Big Guy” surfaced in communications involving other Biden family business arrangements independent of the Burisma arrangement. Zlochevsky claimed it would take investigators 10 years to uncover the illicit payments to the Bidens, according to the document.




    grassley.senate.gov
    grassley.senate.gov


  4. by oldedude on July 20, 2023 5:21 pm
    Curt- and yet, if it were on trumpster, you'd be claiming he should be in the gas chamber immediately. You're just being the good little german that you are.

    AND this gives a timeline of what pedojoe SAID ON VIDEO NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE. This also collaborates a timeline of wire transfers and finances going to entities associated with pedojr. When you put them together, it makes a case that any reasonable person would convict on. THAT'S how you put a case together.


  5. by Indy! on July 20, 2023 6:52 pm

    So Curt... it doesn't seem strange to you in any way that Hunter Biden is on the board of a Ukrainian energy company? Forget all the side nonsense (real or imagined) - how does Hunter Biden end up on the board of an energy company in Ukraine without there being some sort of unsavory deal behind it? Explain it to the board. 🤔


  6. by oldedude on July 20, 2023 8:17 pm
    Your response from the Ukrainians is in the 1023. It supports you. They think pedojr is STUPID (enhancement needed). He is a "useful Idiot," and that's all. part of the bribery, graft, and corruption. After they were sanctioned, it was a way to get their money (and the russians money; remember the "widow" of the Moscow "mayor"? Elena Baturina?) laundered through the US to show it's legit.


  7. by oldedude on July 20, 2023 8:24 pm
    Indy- above and this is addressing your post. In the 1023 are numerous swipes at how stupid hunter is. I've said this numerous times, and curt has always defended him. He's like a bent fork the family hates to have at the table. The kids pass it around, and the youngest one always gets the "stupidfuck" sorry (not) fork...


  8. by Indy! on July 20, 2023 9:16 pm

    That's why Curt never answers these kind of questions I ask of him. Like Hunter's straw "art" that sell for 10s of thousands of dollars - just another bribery channel.


  9. by Curt_Anderson on July 21, 2023 12:25 am
    “ So Curt... it doesn't seem strange to you in any way that Hunter Biden is on the board of a Ukrainian energy company? Forget all the side nonsense (real or imagined) - how does Hunter Biden end up on the board of an energy company in Ukraine without there being some sort of unsavory deal behind it? Explain it to the board.” —Indy!

    No comprende?! It’s capitalizing on your famous family name. Plus Hunter has an Ivy League education and a law degree. Exploitative, yes. Illegal, no.


  10. by Indy! on July 21, 2023 12:47 am

    IOW, bribery. Which is illegal.


  11. by Curt_Anderson on July 21, 2023 1:28 am
    No evidence of bribery, Indy! You would need to identify a governmental action benefiting some oligarch that Joe Biden was behind, that wouldn’t happen otherwise, because Hunter scored a big payday.


  12. by HatetheSwamp on July 21, 2023 3:46 am

    "No evidence of bribery."

    Curt. Ma man! This thread is about evidence of bribery.

    You are the Lou Gehrig of Dem Good Germaning. But, c'mon man. Gimme a break!


  13. by Curt_Anderson on July 21, 2023 6:32 am
    HtS,
    It’s not evidence at all, it’s one of probably millions of unconfirmed tips the FBI receives. It’s not that different from the banking “suspicious activities reports”. I suspect that in the old Soviet bloc countries, it is automatically assumed the sons of politicians could influence US foreign policy. Whoever initiated FD-1023 was not too happy with the return on investment they made in Hunter Biden, hence he became known as “Stupid Hunter”.


  14. by HatetheSwamp on July 21, 2023 6:39 am

    Bahahahahahahahahahaha, Curt. Youdaman! And the 51 former intelligence officers were telling the truth about the laptop.

    We all bring our preferences and prejudices to every moment of our lives but you, particularly, are radically disconnected from reality by your own subjectivity.

    You race po for the finish line!


  15. by Curt_Anderson on July 21, 2023 6:55 am
    HtS,
    I’ve heard you say the same thing before. If I am wrong, show me evidence to the contrary. Anyway, you are projecting.


  16. by HatetheSwamp on July 21, 2023 7:00 am

    About what?


  17. by Curt_Anderson on July 21, 2023 7:02 am
    We all bring our preferences and prejudices to every moment of our lives but you, HtS, particularly, are radically disconnected from reality by your own subjectivity.


  18. by HatetheSwamp on July 21, 2023 7:17 am

    pb has always acknowledged that he brings his own preferences and prejudices to every moment of his life.

    In fact, pb's expressed personal envy of po many times because po lives so vivaciously in po's subjectivity. pb tries not to taint his subjectivity with reason but he still balances what he reads from the NYP with what's reported by CNN and NBC. Dang it!

    You? You feed your prejudices...without shame.

    You...and po and isle...not only bring your preferences and prejudices to every moment of your lives, you STOKE them.

    Do you think that you're Mr. Spock?


  19. by Indy! on July 21, 2023 7:37 am

    The war is the government action.


  20. by Ponderer on July 21, 2023 8:25 am

    "More nothing burger." -Curt

    No kidding.

    They never have anything. But boy how they can festoon the crap outta whatever they think they have.



    "Curt- and yet, if it were on trumpster, you'd be claiming he should be in the gas chamber immediately." -olde dude

    Of course he wouldn't be, od.

    olde dude, since as a conservative you have no sense of equitable comparison whatsoever, I'll point out the vast difference in these two cases that you mistakenly think are equitably comparable.

    All the crimes that Trump is being accused of are backed up by under-oath testimony and verified documented evidence presented to grand juries. Not to mention the rather damning evidence of his own public admission to some of the crimes that we all were witness to. Dozens of witnesses. Tons of evidence.

    Meanwhile, all your side ever has against the Bidens is rumor, innuendo, hearsay, and wildly questionable "whistleblowers" you never even vet because you don't want to know how lame they are as viable witnesses. And all of it very far from being rationally considered a smoking gun against the Bidens.

    Meanwhile, boxcars full of not just smoking guns, but actual rock-solid, damning evidence on MANY different criminal cases involving Trump have been documented, presented to grand juries, and are essentially ready for trial.

    You've got essentially nothing so far, od.

    But boy how entertaining it is watching all the MAGA Hats festoon the livingshit out of what puny, impotent "evidence" they think they have against the Bidens. My god, the mountain ranges you people can make out of the tiniest suggestion of a molehill.


    I have said it many times in here before. If Biden and/or his son have committed any crimes, they should be held to account for them and the evidence against them presented in court.

    But your side is nowhere near that point yet, olde dude. So far, what you call evidence that your side has is feeble at best so far.

    You're shooting blanks there, od.





  21. by HatetheSwamp on July 21, 2023 8:38 am

    po and Curt,

    The tussle between Christopher Wray and Chuck Grassley and James Comer over the release of this document has been a huuuuuuuuuge story on the right for months.

    Tell us. Has the metaphorical Rachel reported on it at all? My guess is that you are waaaaaaay behind OD and pb on this'ne.

    But, please. Summarize what you knew about it before yesterday. Pretty please?


  22. by oldedude on July 21, 2023 10:45 am
    Yeah.... the good little germans missed the part where the oligarchs were FORCED to pay BOTH pedojoe and pedojr MONEY FOR SOMETHING IN RETURN. The quotes

    Bribery refers to the offering, giving, soliciting, or receiving of any item of value as a means of influencing the actions of an individual holding a public or legal duty. This type of action results in matters that should be handled objectively being handled in a manner best suited to the private interests of the decision maker. As such, bribery constitutes a crime and both the offeror and the recipient can be criminally charged.

    Elements:

    Proof of bribery requires demonstrating a “quid pro quo” relationship in which the recipient directly alters behavior in exchange for the gift.
    1. During the meeting, Pojarskii asked CHS whether CHS was aware of Burisma's Board of Directors. CHS replied •no•, and Pojarskii advised the board members il1cluded: 1} the former President or Prime Minister of Poland; and, 2) Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden. Pojarskii Soid Burisma hired the former President or Prime Minister of Poland to leverage his contacts in Europe for prospective oil and gas deals, and they hired Hunter Biden to "protect us,
    through his dad, from all kinds or problems•


    2. CHS recalled this meeting took place around the time Joe Biden made a public statement about (former) Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin being corrupt, and that he should be fired/removed from office. CHS told Zlochevsky that due to Shokin's investigation into Burisma, which was made public at this time, it would have a substantial negative impact on Burisma's perspective IPO in the United States. Zlochevsky replied something to the effect of, "Don't worry Hunter will take care of all of those Issues through his dad.• CHS did not ask any further questions about what that specifically meant.

    Another element of proving bribery includes proving intent to influence the discharge of another’s official duties.
    CHS advised Zlochevsky It would be problematic to raise capita! In the US given Shokin's investigation Into Burisma as nobody in the US would invest in a company that was the subject of a criminal investigation. CHS suggested it would best if Burisma simply litigate the matter In Ukraine, and pay some attorney $50,000.
    Zlochevsky said he/Burisma would likely lose the trial because he could not show that Burisma was innocent; Zlochevsky also laughed at CHS's number of $50,000 (not because of the small amount, but because the number contained a "5") and said that "it costs 5(million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden. CHS noted that at this time, It was unclear to CHS whether these alleged payments were already made.


    law.cornell.edu
    grassley.senate.gov


  23. by oldedude on July 21, 2023 10:57 am
    po-All the crimes that Trump is being accused of are backed up by under-oath testimony and verified documented evidence presented to grand juries. Not to mention the rather damning evidence of his own public admission to some of the crimes that we all were witness to. Dozens of witnesses. Tons of evidence.

    The only reason I mentioned trumpster, is curt's obvious disdain for him, and his obvious good little german adherence to pedofamily. Given the exact same evidence against trumpster, he'd "be claiming he [trumpster] should be in the gas chamber immediately."

    FYSA- This is a sworn document. The agents are required to sign the form stating that. The agents are expected to due diligence in the information given. They also rate the CS by reliability. The FBI used to be known for having the best snitches in the DOJ, and well respected in the IC.

    AND- If this is not reliable, than so was the steele dossier. Take your pick. Ya can't ride two horses even if you're being a big ass!


  24. by oldedude on July 22, 2023 4:04 pm
    Po- the first two paragraphs were for you.

    The rest of it was for curt. It didn't look like that and I apologize.


  25. by Curt_Anderson on July 22, 2023 4:42 pm
    “CHS told Zlochevsky that due to Shokin's investigation into Burisma, which was made public at this time, it would have a substantial negative impact on Burisma's perspective IPO in the United States.”. — OD

    Shokin was NOT investigating Burisma.

    “Ukrainian prosecutors and anti-corruption activists with knowledge of the matter argue that the timeline of developments in the Burisma case and Shokin's stint as chief prosecutor simply does not fit the narrative being put forward by Trump and his allies.

    Moreover, they say that Shokin himself was the biggest obstacle standing in the way of the investigation.”

    "Ironically, Joe Biden asked Shokin to leave because the prosecutor failed [to pursue] the Burisma investigation, not because Shokin was tough and active with this case,"
    Kaleniuk said.

    Ukrainian prosecutors have described no evidence indicating that Biden sought to help his son by getting Shokin dismissed -- and have suggested that they have not discovered any such evidence.

    But there is a long list of Western organizations, governments, and diplomats, as well as Ukrainian anti-corruption groups, that wanted to see Shokin fired.

    They include the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, the U.S. government, foreign investors, and Ukrainian advocates of reform.

    So much for the supposed quid pro quo.
    cnn.com
    rferl.org


  26. by oldedude on July 22, 2023 5:19 pm
    "Ironically, Joe Biden asked Shokin to leave because the prosecutor failed [to pursue] the Burisma investigation, not because Shokin was tough and active with this case," Kaleniuk said.

    Had you actually read the 1023, the Burisma board was worried that he would investigate them and chose to preemptively get rid of the problem. I've put that in my posts a couple of times now. It doesn't change anything. Burisma paid your pedophile "friend" and his son, and they did what they were paid to do. It really is that simple.


  27. by Curt_Anderson on February 23, 2024 6:39 pm
    Would it be gloating to point out who got it right and who got it wrong in this thread from last July? I pointed out in my comments that the bombshell from from the "trusted, highly credible FBI source" was unverified and unconfirmed.

    Ponderer and I seemed to be the only ones here who were unimpressed and skeptical of the FD-1023.


  28. by oldedude on February 23, 2024 8:03 pm
    funny, when there is unverified and unconfirmed information about pedojoe, it means nothing. If it's about trumpster, you sound very much like all the times the dims came out regarding the steele dossier.

    I find that extremely disconcerting.


  29. by Curt_Anderson on February 23, 2024 9:04 pm
    "Not all of the material in the [Steele] dossier has been proven. But none has been disproven. As a raw intelligence document, the Steele dossier holds up well."

    "Grading the Steele dossier 2 years later: what’s been corroborated and what's still unclear"

    The main thrust of the Steele dossier is that Putin was supportive of and helped Trump's election. The now discredited FD-1023 is evidence of that.
    lawfaremedia.org
    businessinsider.com


  30. by Ponderer on February 23, 2024 10:00 pm

    , Curt...


  31. by oldedude on February 24, 2024 1:25 am
    First and always, your "article" Grading the Steele dossier 2 years later: what’s been corroborated and what's still unclear was written by Sonam Sheth Jan 13, 2019, 2:25 PM EST.

    And your "article" The Steele Dossier: A Retrospective was written by Sarah Grant, Chuck Rosenberg Friday, December 14, 2018, 8:00 AM.

    So what we know is you are saying your (BOTH of you) information hasn't changed in four years... Which anyone who knows anything about the situation would file as purposefully deceptive and fraudulent.

    I understand that po never looks at things like this, although donna and I have had talks about this in which case I had the old information and relented because information was found out later that completely changed the course of the media and the "truth" that was known.

    My question, as always, is "why haven't the dims used the Steele Dossier been used in prosecution of trumpster? And WHY did the entities of the DOJ/FBI get scathing rebukes for using the "document" in the FISA courts by the courts themselves for lying to the courts by using the Steele Dossier in their warrants?

    I refer back to my citations after your media, DOJ, and the FBI had to recant the dossier, the use of the dossier, and receive a public chastising of the DOJ/FBI by the FISA court judges?


  32. by HatetheSwamp on February 24, 2024 4:21 am

    Re: "Would it be gloating to point out who got it right and who got it wrong in this thread from last July? I pointed out in my comments that the bombshell from from the "trusted, highly credible FBI source" was unverified and unconfirmed.

    Ponderer and I seemed to be the only ones here who were unimpressed and skeptical of the FD-1023." -Curt

    Re: "The tussle between Christopher Wray and Chuck Grassley and James Comer over the release of this document has been a huuuuuuuuuge story on the right for months.

    Tell us. Has the metaphorical Rachel reported on it at all? My guess is that you are waaaaaaay behind OD and pb on this'ne.

    But, please. Summarize what you knew about it before yesterday. Pretty please?" - pb (from waaaaaaay back on July 21, 023)


    I think it's a hoot how you woke sheeple have discovered this story and reappripriated the narrative.

    Reread pb. Then read him over and over and over. pb nailed it.

    On this side it always was a Swamp thing. The EFFIN-FBI was protecting the Dems with the 1023 just like it did by holding on to the laptop... and still would be had John Paul Mac Isaac not spoken up.

    Just to note: Simply because Joe Biden’s corrupt and politicized DOJ is charging Smirnov doesn't mean that he's guilty. For all we'll know in the end, he is telling the truth.

    And, certainly, it doesn't mean that Ukraine didn't bribe your Flatulent Fool. As I understand it, there's still abundant evidence that it did.

    Also, both parts the story prove the degree to which you are brainless woke Dem sheeple. When it appeared that the 1023 was bad news for Joe you were happy to be blissfully ignernt. Now, following the metaphorical Rachel and your Holy Trinity, it proves that there's no evidence against "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap."

    You are brainless buffoons. Nineteen Eighty-Four? It's about you.

    Thanks for the baha.

    Baha baha baha baha.

    Bahahahahahahahahahaha baha haha baha ha.


  33. by HatetheSwamp on February 24, 2024 7:36 am

    EFFINevidence of DOJ and FBI politicization, corruption and Dem bias...

    View Video


  34. by Ponderer on February 24, 2024 7:55 am

    Curt, don't you just love how they always have to dig way back to find some inane "whataboutism" they think they can throw in our face anytime we show them up to be the gullible fools they always nave been?



    "So here's an unpatriotic, un-American thing the Republicans are doing right now. They did the same thing last week. They did similar treasonous stuff a month ago. And they have done the same kinda thing about two dozen times in the last year."

    "Oh yeah??? Well what about that other thing? That thing with the Democrats about six years ago.....??? And then there was Bill Clinton...!!!"



  35. by HatetheSwamp on February 24, 2024 7:59 am

    What whataboutism?


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