Skip to comments.Ukrainian oligarch at the center of Cleveland raid described as ‘ruthless’ businessman who laundered millions, records say
Posted on 08/05/2020 4:07:29 PM PDT by CheshireTheCat
FBI and IRS agents Tuesday seized boxloads of evidence that could determine whether the Ukrainian oligarch, Igor Kolomoisky, laundered millions of dollars through Cleveland real estate.
A long-running investigation into Kolomoisky went public for the first time when agents searched the offices of Optima Management Group in One Cleveland Center at East 9th Street and St. Clair Avenue. Agents in Miami also searched a business there involving the company.
Authorities in Cleveland told The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com last year that authorities have been involved in a wide-ranging investigation involving Kolomoisky, whom one analyst called one of Ukraines most controversial figures.
Kolomoisky is a principal of the Privat Group, a large Ukrainian business company. Principals of the business also part of Optima. In a lawsuit filed last year in Delaware, Kolomoisky was accused of laundering hundreds of millions of dollars through real estate holdings in the United States...
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Further down the article: "Last year, he refused to set up a meeting with President Trumps ally, Rudy Giuliani, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an attempt to find political dirt against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden."
I suppose the write is real proud of himself for getting what he supposes is a dig in of Trump.
But this dig works against the context in the article, which basically makes Kolomoisky out to be a piece of sh*t.
Then again, maybe the writer is becoming a bit redpilled and doesn't want to let on, so makes sure to throw the Left's scent off by writing this line.
Clicked Early Life.
It'll always come back to these two corrupt bastards.
Am I the only person who is having cognitive dissonance between “Cleveland”and “millions of dollars of real estate?”
Cleveland...? Cleveland...? The Mistake by the Lake?
Kolomoisky was accused of laundering hundreds of millions of dollars through real estate holdings in the United States
Which politicians helped him do this?
He had to buy them and bankers to do this.
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