Hunter Biden Lawyer Wants Treasury IG Probe On Ex-Trump Aide Who ‘Illegally’ Got Clients Bank Records

In question are so-called Suspicious Activity Reports that a 1970 federal law requires banks to file with the Treasury Department.

  • Hunter Biden’s top attorney is asking the Treasury Department’s inspector general’s office to investigate how a former Trump aide obtained suspicious activity reports on President Biden’s son that flag questionable financial activities.
  • Lowell argues that Ziegler, who published five SARs, short for Suspicious Activity Reports, on the Marco Polo USA website, has already acknowledged having worked with one or more people inside of a bank to get the reports or information related to them.
  • “Ziegler’s admission of his interaction with a bank employee to obtain protected information runs afoul of Title 31, United States Code, Section 5322(a), which imposes criminal penalties for willful violations of the Bank Secrecy Act and its implementing regulation,” Lowell alleges in the letter.
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