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Huma Abedin’s family members indicted by Federal Grand Jury

May 4, 2017

During Hillary’s tenure as Secretary of State it seems The State Department was a great ‘piggy bank’ at taxpayers’ expense

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By Tim Brown, May 2, 2017

Hillary Clinton‘s deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, is back in the news. Actually, she is only in the news now because of two of her family members, who have been indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiracy, wire fraud, and securities fraud.

The indictments against two of her first cousins, Omar Amanat and Irfan Amanat, were made available via the Justice Department’s website. To view Omar’s indictment, click here. To view Irfan’s indictment, click here.

Abedin, Clinton and the State Department were mentioned in the indictments.

According to one of the allegations, the men encouraged Abedin to get help from the State Department. As a result, they received $1.2 million in federal grants.

“With the revelations of other suspicious activity at the State Department regarding [Hillary] Clinton’s tenure as the secretary of State, it seems a good time by all was had at taxpayers’ expense. The State Department was a great ‘piggy bank,’” said for criminal investigator Mary Jean (MJ) Bellson. “Were these suspects and State Department officials involved in peddling access to the Clinton’s State Department? I think the answer to that question is yes.”

According to the Justice Department in July 2016, Omar, an associate of Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, the former Chairman and CEO of KITD, was charged with conspiring to manipulate the market in KITD shares with several men, and with conspiracy, wire fraud, and aiding and abetting investment adviser fraud for participating in a scheme to defraud investors in Stephen E. Maiden’s hedge fund regarding investments in Enable Invest Ltd., an investment fund affiliated with Amanat.

“What a tangled web Mr. Amanat tried to weave, when he allegedly conspired with others to devise a scheme to hide the significant losses and insolvency of the fund he controlled,” said USPIS Inspector-in-Charge Philip R. Bartlett. “His web of deception was broken when law enforcement put an end to his criminal activity.”

Omar was arrested on July 13, 2016, and is under house arrest until his trial date in New York City on October 2, 2017.

Irfan is facing the same charges from the same case. He was arrested in December 2016 after returning from the United Arab Emirates to the US.

With the announcement of Omar Amanat’s indictment, there were two other men indicted, Stephen E. Maiden and Rima Jameel. According to that press release, the DOJ stated:

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