George Aref Nader Intimately Involved With Trump/Clintons Convicted Paedo Businessman
George Aref Nader (Arabic: جورج نادر, born May 15, 1959) is an American businessman, lobbyist, and convicted sex offender. He has acted as an unofficial liaison between Washington politicians and the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia and as a lobbyist for private security firm Blackwater.
Nader is an adviser to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates and a consultant to Blackwater founder Erik Prince. In January 2018, special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators questioned Nader in connection to suspicions that the UAE had been involved with President Trump’s 2016 campaign. In December 2019, Nader was charged in U.S. federal court with violating campaign finance laws by allegedly pushing over three and half million dollars towards Hillary Clinton‘s 2016 campaign for the U.S. Presidency while obscuring the source of the money.
Nader was sentenced in the 1990s for transporting child pornography publications, and imprisoned in 2003 for sexually abusing ten boys in the Czech Republic. In June 2019, he was arrested and charged with flying a 14-year-old boy from Europe to the US for sex, and transporting pornography depicting child sexual abuse and bestiality.[5
|Born||15 May 1959 (age 60)|
|Citizenship||United States, Lebanon|
|Alma mater||Cleveland State University|
|Conviction(s)||Child pornography infractions|
Child sexual abuse
|Capture status||Arrested; in United States custody|
|Country||United States, Czech Republic|
|Date apprehended||1991; 2003; 2019|
George Aref Nader
Child sexual abuse
Nader has been charged with multiple crimes involving the sexual exploitation of minors, and convicted of several of them. A 1985 charge of receiving from the Netherlands films and magazines depicting pre- and post-pubescent boys engaged in sexual acts, was dismissed due to an invalid search warrant. A federal court in Virginia in 1991 gave him a six-month sentence on a felony charge of transporting from Germany pornographic videotapes of boys about 13 or 14 years old. Prosecutors agreed to put the case under seal “due to the extremely sensitive nature of Mr. Nader’s work in the Middle East.”
In 2003, he was convicted in Prague, Czech Republic for sexually abusing ten boys, for which he served one year in prison. A spokesperson of the court told press that the crimes occurred between 1999 and 2002. In one case, at his room in the Hilton Prague Hotel, Nader requested oral sex from a 14-year-old boy. After he refused, Nader masturbated in front of him and paid him 2,000 koruna (US$86).
In June 2019, Nader was arrested by federal agents for possession of child pornography and images of bestiality; and, for a second time, transportation of child pornography. These charges stemmed from his January 2018 questioning by FBI agents working on behalf of special counsel Robert Mueller, at which time child pornography was incidentally found on one of his three cell phones as agents inspected it pursuant to a warrant. He was ordered to be held in jail pending trial in Virginia. He was also charged with transporting a 14-year-old Czech boy from Europe for sex at his Washington-area home in February 2000.