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Marketing Ceo Michael Coudrey Releases Leaked Confidential Documents Outlining Hunter Biden’s Corruption in Ukraine

Kenneth Rice

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Marketing CEO and high profile American Entrepreneur Michael Coudrey has once again re-enters the political realm, this time to highlight the discrepancies regarding Joe Biden and Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine. Often echoing sentiments held by the conservative community and the Heritage Foundation, Michael Coudrey issued a press release on Thursday indicating his intelligence team intends to release leaked confidential documents and bank records from Ukraine that shows cash transfers from a corrupt Ukrainian gas company to a “slush fund” owned and operated by several major Democrats.

“Leaked transaction and bank records indicate an influx of large payments from Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings Limited to Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC, in what appears to be monthly payments of $83,333.33. Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC is owned and operated by Hunter Biden, the son of US Presidential candidate Joe Biden, Devon Archer, and Christopher Heinz, the son of former Secretary of State John Kerry.”

“Soon after high profile US persons were paid off, including the son of US politician and Vice President Joe Biden, the corruption probe into Burisma and Hunter Biden was shut down under threat from the US administration, particularly from Joe Biden, who threatened to withhold $1B in aid unless the prosecutor investigating Burisma was fired.”

“In conclusion, it is to the best of my knowledge determined a corrupt foreign gas company solicited high profile US persons affiliated with government to illegally influence official US Foreign Policy, & pressure the Ukrainian government to shut down its corruption investigation.”

Furthermore, it has been determined that after significant payments were made to the firm partly owned by Hunter Biden, Joe Biden while the Vice President operated in an official capacity to change US Foreign Policy to help enrich and protect his son, Hunter Biden, Michael Coudrey said in a thread on Twitter that has been retweeted over 35,000 times and attracted nearly 15 million views.

Kenneth is a veteran journalist who started his career back in 1987 when journalists used ballpoint pens, notepads, and good old fashioned legwork to track down stories. He’s since embraced the digital tools his younger colleagues favor, but he refuses to move on from the core principles of journalism: fact-checking, protecting sources, and journalistic integrity.

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