Investigators were interested in the Chinese cases of Joe Biden’s son

Investigators were interested in the Chinese cases of Joe Biden's son

The U.S. Department of Justice, as part of the investigation into the tax case of Joe Biden Hunter’s son, is studying his business relations in China.

Thus, the investigators drew attention to Hunter Biden’s reports on “suspicious” transactions, received from several foreign countries, including China.

According to the channel, the investigation began back in 2018.

Earlier on December 10, the son of the new U.S. president said that the office of the U.S. federal prosecutor for the state of Delaware began to study his tax history. At the same time, he expressed confidence in his innocence, noting that he had used the services of tax consultants.

In September, U.S. Senators Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley prepared a report stating that Biden Hunter’s son had been receiving money for several years from Elena Baturina, the widow of former Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov. In particular, it became known that the Russian woman transferred a total of 3.5 million dollars to the account of the American company Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC, co-founder of which is Hunter Biden. 11 transfers in the amount of 392 thousand dollars went through this company to the account of BAK USA LLC. The purpose of all payments is called a loan agreement.