High-ranking Obama and Clinton Aide Faces Child Sex Charges


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A former senior policy advisor in the Obama administration, Rahamim Shy, is currently facing serious criminal charges related to offenses involving children.

The Daily Mail recently reported that the 46-year-old American citizen was arrested by British police in Bedfordshire in late February on allegations of arranging a child sex offense.

Court documents obtained by the Mail reveal that Shy has been charged with possession of two category C indecent images of children and possessing a prohibited image of a child.

He appeared at Luton Crown Court via video link on Friday, dressed in a grey prison-issue tracksuit.

During his time working for the White House under President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Shy played a significant role in directing the US government’s strategy to combat Islamist terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and the Taliban.

Specifically, he held a senior position at the US Treasury Department from 2008 to 2014, where he advised officials on countering terrorism financing and helped foreign governments impose sanctions on hostile regimes.

His responsibilities also included providing strategic policy analysis to chiefs of staff at the Department of Defense (DOD).

As part of his work with the DOD, Shy traveled to Afghanistan to provide expertise to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a NATO-led mission aimed at maintaining stability after America’s invasion more than two decades ago.

Following his tenure in the White House, Shy transitioned to Citi Bank where he held various high-ranking executive positions as indicated on his LinkedIn profile. However, a spokesman for the bank confirmed to the Daily Mail that Shy is no longer employed there.

Notably, Shy’s LinkedIn biography proudly displays his preferred pronouns—a trait often associated with progressive ideologies.

This aspect of his public profile adds another layer to his background as a former government official and financial sector executive now facing serious legal trouble.

Despite his past accomplishments and professional roles within influential institutions like the White House and Citi Bank, Shy’s current circumstances paint a stark contrast.

The severity of the charges against him underscores the potential consequences he may face if found guilty.

The case involving Rahamim Shy serves as a reminder that individuals in positions of power and authority are not…


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