Hunter Biden's connection to missing LA mom Heidi Planck raises uncomfortable questions
A startling connection between Hunter Biden and missing Los Angeles mom Heidi Planck has raised many uncomfortable questions among investigators. Planck, a 39-year-old financial controller, was last seen on October 17 in surveillance footage outside her home in Los Angeles, California. It later emerged that her boss was under federal securities investigation for possible fraud charges. Ironically, Planck's boss happened to be fraudster financier Jason Sugarman, with whom Hunter Biden once did business in China.
Planck was reported missing by her ex-husband Jim Wayne when she failed to pick her son up from school on October 20. Wayne, who shares custody of their son, said that he knew something was wrong and went to the police. "She may have been a little bit edgy. I don't know," he said of his last interaction with her. "If you have seen anything, anything at all, we have a 10-year-old boy at home that’s looking for his mom and we need to find his mom," Wayne appealed to everyone, adding, "people don’t just disappear." According to local reports, Planck's dog was found wandering alone on the 28th floor of a high-rise building 12 miles away from her home on the day she disappeared.
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Heidi Planck's disappearance led police to Jason Sugarman, who is currently being probed for an alleged $43 million fraud. He is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for his financial embezzlement. Meanwhile, Planck's ex-husband continues to allege that Sugarman is connected with her mysterious disappearance. "The answer to Heidi's whereabouts lies with her boss, Jason Sugarman, and his company. Heidi knows all of Jason's and the company's secrets. She knows where the bones are buried," he said.
Now, DailyMail has released a bombshell report that directly links Jason Sugarman with President Biden's son Hunter Biden. Information procured from Hunter Biden's infamously abandoned laptop showed a multi-million dollar deal on which Sugarman worked. The deal, which dated back to 2015, was between Hunter Biden and a few Chinese business partners. Sugarman was also a 'key shareholder' of Burnham Financial Group which pitched a deal to Chinese businessmen on behalf of Hunter. Additionally, "Hunter's long-time friend and business partner in his controversial deals with the Chinese, Devon Archer, was convicted for his involvement in the $43million grift for which Sugarman is currently under investigation," DailyMail reported.
Hunter Biden has not made any comments on the shocking links and allegations, though it is likely that he was unaware of Sugarman's fraudulent activities.