Karim Massimov, whom Joe Bidne’s son Hunter Biden once described as his “close friend” was arrested and charged with treason in Kazakhstan.
According to the Washington Examienr “Massimov’s arrest came Thursday, one day after he was fired from his post as chairman of the Kazakhstan National Security Committee. He was arrested amid nationwide violent protests sparked by, among other things, an increase in fuel prices. The unrest has resulted in thousands of arrests and dozens of deaths.”
Massimov was photographed with both Joe and Hunter Biden. Miranda Devine tweeted last year “Breaking: this photo appears to have been taken at Cafe Milano showing then VP Joe Biden with two Kazakhstani guests from Hunter’s 2015 dinner to introduce his clients to dad. L-R – oligarch Kenes Rakishev, Hunter, Joe, PM Karim Massimov”
Breaking: this photo appears to have been taken at Cafe Milano showing then VP Joe Biden with two Kazakhstani guests from Hunter's 2015 dinner to introduce his clients to dad. L-R – oligarch Kenes Rakishev, Hunter, Joe, PM Karim Massimov https://t.co/ywWPhL3T3f pic.twitter.com/WO5xAVOH02
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) May 28, 2021
The Washington Examiner reports “Emails and texts from the laptop previously reported by the Washington Examiner show that Hunter Biden scheduled a meeting in 2014 with Massimov in Kazakhstan to discuss an energy deal with Burisma. Hunter Biden ditched his Secret Service security detail before departing from Paris to Kazakhstan to discuss the deal, the records show.
Emails among Hunter Biden, his Rosemont Seneca business partner and fellow Burisma board member Devon Archer, and Ukrainian Burisma official Vadim Pozharskyi show their desire to work out a deal with Massimov.
The following year, a Kazakh banker invited Hunter Biden to attend a “small breakfast” with Massimov at a Washington, D.C., hotel to discuss “several matters” with the prime minister, according to emails reported by the Daily Mail.”