@Pet_Proletariat Wow, that’s an amazing report on Trump’s architect, John Fotiadis. This looks like a major development in the investigation. My favorite line from the article (a variation of which seems to pop-up in many exposés these days):
There are no indications that Fotiadis has done anything wrong and no indications that Mueller is investigating that possibility.
If a line like that appeared with my name in it, I think I’d go hide under the bed – which is just about what Fotiadis did, considering that within hours of being contacted by the reporter, he shut down his website, twitter feed, and thriving, world-renowned architectural firm and then holed up with an obscure company that designs storage units. It’s also telling that everyone the reporter contacted about Fotiadis completely clammed up. Suspicious much?
One of Fotiadis’s clients that stood out to me was Rinat Akhmetov:
Today, Akhmetov is best known to Americans as the Ukrainian oligarch who first hired former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in 2005 to come and work for him in Ukraine. For the next 10 years, Manafort would serve as the top consultant to Akhmetov’s pro-Russia political party.
This leads to another intriguing connection: While Manafort was working for Akhmetov, his “right-hand man” was Konstantin Kilimnik – that’s the same Kilimnik who just assisted Manafort with witness tampering, among other nefarious Russian-connected activities.
Trump, Manafort, Akhmetov, Kilimnik, a host of others, and now Fotiadis. The Den of Thieves just keeps on growing.