Huma Abedin’s Family Corruption Skeleton In The Closet

According to a WND “front page” article – Huma Abedin and the Clinton connection are back in the news but not because of Anthony Weiner. The U.S. Justice Department has been actively prosecuting two other Abedin family members over the last two years.

Huma along with the State Department are mentioned in the federal case, court records show. Some documents allegedly show a deal through Huma that netted more than $1.2 million in federal grants for two companies. In 2010, the Clinton’s introduced one of the two companies, Soliya, at the UN and they participated in a media program there along with the federal grant. Additionally, Huma Abedin’s family were major donors to the Clinton Foundation.

Read their full article HERE.


Amanat (2nd from left ) in 2009 with Giorgio Armani, Amanat’s then-wife Helena Houdova (right), and Armani’s niece Roberta Armani. Dimitrios Kambouris — WireImage/Getty Images Fortune,com “The Mystery Behind Wall Street’s Wildest Party” tap to read

Omar Amanat, Huma Abedin’s first cousin, under 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 is under indictment for having aided and abetted a scheme to defraud a North Carolina investment firms investors, solicited investors for Enable Invest, Ltd. in Dubai, committed wire fraud in the process of hiding losses and transferring funds. He is also charged with security fraud – market manipulation. He also diverted lots of the money for his own personal “lifestyles of the rich and famous” persona. His arrest was in July 2016 and he was placed under house arrest until his trial.

Omar has been involved in several high-profile lawsuits including: one as  founder and Chairman of Peak Hotels & Resorts Limited against Aman Resorts Group Limited;  acquisition of Tradescape by E*Trade against MarketXT; Summit Entertainment against Omar for misrepresentation; and, Bridges TV a now defunct Muslim New York station.

Irfan Amanat, Omar’s brother, the manager of a Dubai-based investment vehicle called Enable Invest Ltd., pled not guilty to conspiracy and fraud charges. Irfan Amanat, ten years before was the subject of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission case related to his time as chief technology officer of Tradescape Corp. He was arrested at his home in New Jersey. (Source: Reuters)

According to Law360 in their January 2017 article “NJ Investment Manager Denies KIT Digital Fraud” by Stewart Bishop;

Prosecutors say that in 2008 and 2009, Irfan and Omar raised over $10 million for investment vehicles, including Enable, from investors such as KIT’s Isaza Tuzman and Maiden Capital owner Stephen E. Maiden, on behalf of their respective companies. Irfan lost more than $5.5 million of this money due to poor trading, while Omar — with the knowledge of his brother — used over $3 million for his own personal use, according to Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office.

Knowing that the money was gone, Irfan nonetheless helped Omar, Maiden and Isaza Tuzman hide the losses from investors in public filings by providing false account statements to KIT Digital and Maiden, according to prosecutors.

At KIT Digital, chief financial officer Robin Smyth and Isaza Tuzman also allegedly cooked up an accounting fraud in 2010 that preemptively reported revenue from licensing contracts for software that had yet to be developed. Isaza Tuzman is also accused of manipulating KIT Digital’s stock.
Isaza Tuzman, a former Goldman Sachs analyst, holds dual U.S. and Colombian citizenship. He was in Colombia when he was arrested and later extradited to the U.S.


The seven people who have been implicated and face criminal charges in this case are:
Omar Amanat – fighting charges, claimed the government is sitting on exculpatory evidence.
Irfan Amanat – pled not guilty.
IsazaTuzman – fighting charges, claimed the government is sitting on exculpatory evidence.
Robin Smyth – KIT Digital CFO, pled guilty.
Gavin Campion – KIT Digital ex-president, pled guilty, cooperating with prosecutors
Stephen Maiden –  pled guilty,  cooperating with prosecutors, already serving a seven-year sentence for running a Ponzi scheme.


How is it that every time we hear about some interesting criminal case or indictments over the last eight years and start digging down into the facts that somehow the Clintons, Muslims, Huma Abedin, corruption, fraud, and deaths all seem to come to be part of the story? Even a jinx has a few times where things go right…not so these people.

Yet they are all still walking around free, raking in interest off their fees for speaking, enjoying all of those “donations” and probably laughing all the way to their next “pizza party.”


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6 Responses to Huma Abedin’s Family Corruption Skeleton In The Closet

  1. Shar says:

    Wow the hits just keep on coming.

    • Uriel says:

      It reminds me of someone picking apart an old cardigan. Knit pick long enough, you might find the one thread that unravels the whole mess.

      • Popular Front says:

        Sorry Uriel, that simply takes too long. My method is much better – beat the shit out of them in a soundproof room, recording everything. You’ll soon get the truth and indictments will follow.

  2. GunnyG says:

    I’m waiting for a little fish to roll over on a big one and they all get rolled up!