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- 1MDB– DoJ investigating $1.5 million Low transferred in mid-2017 to Hawaii investment firm LNS Capital-to Trump Victory PAC?
- GOP Donors– State GOP Campaigns received $34,600 of $100,000
- Trump Campaign 2020-$5,400 of LNS Capital’s $100,000 to Trump Victory PAC
- Republican Party– $60,000 of LNS’s $100,000
- Sheldon Adelson
- Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Uncle of Diveroli, son of
- Efraim Diveroli – Teenage Arms Dealer out of Miami Beach
Larry Davis, co-owns LNS Capital, Ex-husband is Joe Shapira, who with Alon Carmel created J-Date, collaborate with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in 2000, who wrote a book with Pamela Anderson in 2012 and is uncle to convicted teenage arms dealer (to the US) Efraim Diveroli.
Justice Department reportedly investigating whether $100K from 1MDB fugitive Jho Low was funneled to Trump Victory PAC CNBC Dan Mangan “The Justice Department reportedly is probing whether a $100,000 donation to a political fundraising group linked to President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign came from Jho Low — the fugitive who is accused of helping to steal billions of dollars from 1MDB, a state-run investment fund in his native Malaysia..The Wall Street Journal, citing sources, reported Wednesday that investigators are trying to see if some of the $1.5 million in total transfers Low made in mid-2017 to Hawaii investment firm LNS Capital was used by its owner Larry Davis to make a $100,000 donation to the Trump Victory political action committee in December of that year.The newspaper said that $60,000 of Davis’ donation went to the RNC, $5,400 went to the Trump campaign and the balance went to state GOP parties and campaigns.
The Justice Department already was investigating Low’s alleged effort to have the U.S. government abandon its probe of his alleged looting of the 1MDB investment fund, formally known as 1Malaysia Development Berhad. Low and his alleged co-conspirators are accused of using the stolen money to fund high-flying lifestyles, and to finance films, including the Martin Scorsese movie “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
The Wall Street Journal, citing sources, reported Wednesday that investigators are trying to see if some of the $1.5 million in total transfers Low made in mid-2017 to Hawaii investment firm LNS Capital was used by its owner Larry Davis to make a $100,000 donation to the Trump Victory political action committee in December of that year. Davis is married to a woman named Nickie Lum Davis, who co-owns LNS Capital, the Journal reported. In 1997, her parents, Nora and Eugene Lum, who had previously raised significant amounts of money to fund Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential campaign, pleaded guilty to making $50,000 in illegal contributions to the 1994 campaigns of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., and to another congressional candidate that year.” Read the full Wall Street Journal article here.