“Upon landing, I have received scores of mostly obscene and sick calls, voicemails and text messages,” Pelosi wrote in a letter to her colleagues.
Guccifer also posted this letter between Pelosi and Norman Hsu, a Democratic Party financier, former fugitive and convicted pyramid scheme promoter.
The correspondence revealed another link in the DNC and Hillarys' ties to the Chinese underworld.
Neither a registered Democrat nor voter, Hsu generated thousands for different organizations, including the Clinton Global Initiative. In 2008, Hsu earned the title of “HillRaiser” from Clinton campaign after raising over $100,000 and co-hosting a $1 million fundraiser in Beverly Hills.
In 2007, The Wall Street Journal released an investigation piece covering the Hsu's fugitive status after revealing Hsu's failure to attend his sentencing for a 1992 fraud conviction was still valid.
A warrant was issued for Hsu's arrest one day after the story broke.
The indictment for Hsu accused him of defrauding investors of $20 million and claimed Hsu asked to be interviewed by the FBI without his lawyers present
Hsu had declared bankruptcy in 1990, the same year he experienced an alleged kidnapping by Raymond Chow Kwok-cheung, a convicted felon and tong leader from San Franciso's Chinatown.
“I guess he into a lot of financial problem back then and I loaned him some money,” said Chow. “And I help him with my knowledge and with my strength. That’s all there is.”
On August 28, 1990, Foster City Police stopped Chow's car for an illegal turn, only to find a frightened Norman Hsu in the back seat.
“There was a 12 hour ordeal where there was discussions, arguments. Mr. Hsu claims he was assaulted several times and threatened,” said Captain Matt Martell of the Foster City Police Department.
“And what that dollar amount was, different dollar amounts ranged between $300,000 and a $1 million worth of claims,” said Capt. Martell.
Hsu told the police how Chow and him experienced a dispute over money.
Chow says Hsu lied, and claims it was Hsu who called him for help that night because he owed people money.
In 2006, Chow received a "Certificate of Honor" from the city of San Francisco in a ceremony arranged by Fiona Ma, a member of the San Franciso Board of Supervisors.
In 1992, Chow was indicted for charges over his alleged involvement in illegal activities, ranging from underage prostitution to the international heroin trade.