A former senior policy adviser to the Obama administration, Rahamim ‘Rami’ Shy, 46, has recently appeared in court in Britain facing charges related to child sex offenses. Shy, who previously played a key role in coordinating the US government’s strategy to combat terrorists from Al Qaeda and the Taliban, was accused of arranging the commission of a child sex offence, as indicated by court documents.

Additionally, Shy faces charges of possession of two category C indecent images of children and possessing a prohibited image of a child. A US citizen residing in New Jersey, Shy had previously worked for the White House during the presidency of Barack Obama and as part of Hillary Clinton’s secretary of state team.

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Following his arrest by Bedfordshire Police in late February, Shy was subsequently charged and made a court appearance via video-link from HMP Bedford. Dressed in a grey prison-issue tracksuit, Shy was remanded in custody, as he was not required to enter a plea to any of the charges. His next hearing is scheduled for June.

Previously employed in a senior position at the US Treasury department from 2008 to 2014, Shy provided advice on countering the financing of terrorism and aiding foreign governments in imposing sanctions on hostile regimes. He also served as a senior adviser to the late US diplomat Richard Holbrooke and provided strategic policy analysis to chiefs of staff at the US Department of Defense.

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Shy’s background includes deployment to Afghanistan, where he offered expertise to the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) established to maintain stability following the US-led invasion of the country. Notably, Shy’s LinkedIn page states that he contributed counter-terrorist finance expertise to ISAF and presented the US’s strategy on Afghanistan to a congressional hearing in 2010.

Having pursued higher education at Rutgers University in New Jersey and Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in New York, Shy was recently employed as an executive at banking group Citi. However, a spokesman from Citi confirmed that Shy is no longer an employee of the banking group. Shy is expected to face trial in August.

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