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JPMorgan Chase Flagged Hunter Biden’s Payments Linked to Russian Escort Ring

The next interview Hunter Biden gifts some liberal network, he should be asked ‘why the heck did you film yourself in so many compromising, and most importantly, illegal, situations?’ The latest video released shows him asking an escort if she is ok, trying to confirm he did not physically hurt her, and apologizing for taking so long to give her the $10,000 payment he owed.

Hunter’s payment to the Ukrainian escort was not only linked to an Eastern European escort ring, but was also flagged by JPMorgan Chase in late 2018 and early 2019 in a report filed with the federal government. The “suspicious activity report” or SAR, “comes after top Republican senators demanded that the Department of Justice in a letter Thursday investigate Joe Biden’s apparently unwitting financing of his son’s participation in the Eastern European escort ring” reports The Washington Examiner.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Biden claimed to members of his family that he was broke during that time, but he was able to make payments to the escorts thanks in part to President Joe Biden committing to wiring him a total of $100,000 to help pay his bills from December 2018 through January 2019.

Hunter Biden’s payments to an UberGFE escort named Anna Dekhtiar, a Ukrainian citizen, between November 2018 and March 2019 were flagged in the JPMorgan Chase SAR published by the Daily Mail.

Dekhtiar received a total of $274,873 between November 2018 and March 2019 from eight bank accounts, one of which was linked to Hunter Biden’s company Owasco PC, for “no clear, legitimate economic purpose,” according to the SAR.

“Furthermore, there were instances where cash deposits appear structured in attempts to avoid [currency transaction report] filing since they are large round dollar cash transactions conducted on same, consecutive, or near consecutive days in aggregate amounts exceeding the CTR threshold,” the SAR reads.

Hunter Biden filmed himself questioning the Ukrainian escort at a Boston cabin on January 18, 2019. In the 83-second video, Hunter asks if he had ever hurt her and said he was “sorry that it took so long to give you $10,000.”

The Washington Examiner’s report continues:

Moreva had directed Hunter Biden to make his payments for the escort to a bank account linked to a Russian email address, text messages show.
Joe Biden had wired his son $5,000 through CashApp less than three hours before Hunter Biden filmed the video, the Washington Examiner previously reported.

The New York Post on Sunday reported a second SAR filed by JPMorgan Chase that flagged payments Hunter Biden made from his company Owasco PC to individuals with ties to the “adult entertainment industry and potential association with prostitution [or who] were listed in prior SAR filings related to human trafficking,” according to a report Sunday by the New York Post.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) demanded the Justice Department investigate Joe Biden’s apparently unwitting financing of his son’s participation in the UberGFE escort ring in a letter Thursday.

The two Republican senators said in a 2020 report that Hunter Biden had “sent thousands of dollars” to people either involved in “transactions consistent with possible human trafficking” or “potential association with prostitution.” Some of the women “subsequently wired funds they have received from Hunter Biden to individuals located in Russia and Ukraine,” the senators said.

Congressional Republicans have begun saying they will investigate further.