‘Missing’ Hunter Biden Witness Exposes Corruption, DOJ Coverup

Energy expert Gal Luft has accused the Department of Justice (DOJ) of targeting him maliciously to protect President Joe Biden. In a video statement obtained by the New York Post, Luft revealed that he had presented evidence of corruption within the Biden family to the FBI and DOJ in March 2019, prior to Biden’s presidential campaign announcement.

However, Luft received no response from the DOJ until he was arrested in Cyprus this year on charges of illegal arms trading, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, and lying to the FBI.

Luft, who primarily resides in Israel, had offered to meet with the DOJ in 2019 to share evidence and information regarding Hunter Biden’s involvement with CEFC — a now-defunct Chinese energy company. He had served as an advisor to CEFC during the period when Hunter and the company collaborated.

In March, Luft met with a six-person team from the DOJ and FBI in Brussels, which included prosecutors Daniel Richenthal and Catherine Ghosh from the Southern District of New York, along with Special Agent Joshua Wilson from the Baltimore FBI field office.


Wilson’s signature later appeared on the subpoena authorizing the FBI to seize Hunter’s laptop from a computer repair store in Delaware. Luft also informed the DOJ about a mole within the FBI who was allegedly providing information to the Biden family. Instead of receiving acknowledgment for his whistleblowing, Luft claims he became a target.

Over the past four years, he, his family, friends, and associates have faced harassment and intimidation. Luft insists the DOJ released his indictment and evidence to the public, as he faces a potential 100-year prison sentence.

He denies the charges brought against him and affirms he was arrested in Cyprus in February but managed to escape and is currently in hiding from U.S. authorities. He clarifies that his indictment includes charges under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) for ghost-writing an article published in a Chinese newspaper under the name of “former CIA head James Woolsey.”

Luft points out how the indictment fails to mention Woolsey’s long-standing advisory role in his think tank and emphasizes that the article did not serve Chinese interests. Questioning the FBI’s transparency, Luft calls for the release of the minutes from the Brussels meeting to Congress.

He expresses concerns about receiving a fair trial in New York, citing prosecutor Daniel Reichenthal’s previous comment that mentioning Biden’s name would introduce a political dimension to the case, which the judge agreed with.

Luft expresses concern that the circumstances of his arrest and his status as the initial focus of the Biden family investigation, potentially serving as motivation for government retribution, may be withheld from the jury. However, the notable absence of commentary from the liberal media speaks volumes.