A former business partner of Michael Flynn, U.S. President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, was charged on Monday with undisclosed lobbying with the ultimate aim of extraditing a Turkish cleric living in the United States.
Flynn’s former partner, Bijan Rafiekian, was indicted on two criminal counts in the Eastern District of Virginia, according to a court filing. Ekim Alptekin, a Turkish businessman, was also charged in the indictment, the filing shows.
Reporting by Nathan Layne in New York; Editing by Alistair Bell
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