Abbe Lowell, a lawyer most known for representing Hunter Biden, is accused of taking part in a bold cover-up and a vast conspiracy that involved breaking court orders, hiding documents, and allegedly inducing perjury, as reported by Daily Mail.

According to recent court documents, Lowell secretly worked for the Middle Eastern country Qatar, ostensibly in an effort to hide correspondence regarding an accused computer hacking project.

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Who is Abbe Lowell?

Abbe Lowell is 70 years old. He is a prominent attorney and played a significant role in opposing Bill Clinton’s impeachment in 1998. He has provided legal representation for figures such as Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, both of whom are part of the Trump family. 

Currently, Lowell is in charge of Hunter Biden’s defense in a federal case including accusations of tax and firearm offenses. Hunter’s interactions with foreign organizations including China, Ukrainian oligarchs, Qatar, and different multinational enterprises may also result in further federal charges.

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Abbe Lowell’s involvement in a lawsuit filed by Elliott Broidy, a former prominent GOP member and close ally of Donald Trump, became known through a recent court filing. Broidy sued the Qatari government in 2018, claiming that the country had organized a hacking and defamation campaign against him in 2017 and 2018. These accusations of hacking and smear campaigns have continuously been denied by Qatar.

According to Broidy’s lawsuit, Lowell represented a businessman who was purportedly operating in the U.S. on behalf of Qatar in 2018. According to the allegations, Lowell assisted in the creation of documents that allegedly helped a witness give false testimony in order to get diplomatic immunity for Lowell’s client.

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According to Broidy’s petition, Lowell allegedly made Joey Allaham, a political strategist for Qatar, an offer of more than $1.5 million to flout a court order and hide evidence of the hacking plan. Records show that Jamal Benomar, a person connected to the Qatari government, was being represented by Lowell, a lawyer with Winston & Strawn, in 2018.