Gal Luft, an American-Israeli energy expert, and professor, recently accused the Department of Justice (DOJ) of targeting him to protect President Joe Biden.
In a video, Luft said he had provided evidence of the Biden family’s corruption to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and DOJ in 2019, just weeks before then-Candidate Biden announced his presidential campaign.
Luft said neither the DOJ nor the FBI responded to him until he was arrested by American authorities in Cyprus on charges of illegal arms trading and acting as a foreign agent.
According to the New York Post, Luft said he’s the “missing witness” of House Republicans’ investigation into the Biden family’s foreign business dealings.
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In 2019, Luft offered to meet with the DOJ to provide evidence and information regarding Hunter Biden’s business dealings with CEFC, a Chinese energy company. Luft served as CEFC’s advisor for nearly four years while Hunter and the company worked together.
Luft said he met a six-person team from the DOJ and FBI in March 2019, weeks before Biden announced his run for the White House. The “team” included two DOJ prosecutors from the Southern District of New York, Daniel Richenthal and Catherine Ghosh. Special Agent Joshua Wilson of the Baltimore field office was one of the four FBI agents present.
Most notably, Wilson’s signature would later appear on a subpoena allowing the FBI to confiscate Hunter’s abandoned laptop from a Delaware computer repair shop.
Luft also told the DOJ about a mole in the FBI informing the Biden family of the bureau’s actions. The mole, according to Luft, had a very interesting physical appearance relating to his nickname, “One-Eye.”
Luft was also charged under the Foreign Agents Registration Act for “ghost-writing” an article published In a Chinese newspaper under former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director James Woolsey’s name. The indictment accused Luft of causing a $6,000 payment from CEFC to Woolsey because of the article.
“Nowhere in the indictment, the DOJ mentioned the well-known fact that Mr. Woolsey had been an advisor to my think tank since 2002 and that there was nothing in the article that represented a Chinese interest,” Luft said.
“To the contrary, the notion that I, Gal Luft, spoon-fed a CIA director with policy proposals on China, treating him like a useful idiot, is not only an insult to the intelligence community, it is an insult to the intelligence of every American,” he added.
Luft called the indictment “ridiculous,” and said he is speaking out now, after being silent for years, because he does not believe he would receive a fair trial in New York.
“I do not have faith that I would receive a fair trial in a New York court,” Luft said.
“The very same prosecutor who is now after me, Daniel Reichenthal, told the judge at the time that mentioning the name Biden would quote, ‘add a political dimension to the case.’ And the judge agreed, which means that if I’m ever brought before a U.S. Court, I would not be allowed to utter the word Brussels or Biden,” Luft added.
“The real context of my arrest, me being patient-zero of the Biden family investigation would be hidden from the jury,” he continued.