Hyllus, Dimitri Kesari's company, was paid by the McConnell campaign over $60,000 in 2013 to do unspecified work.
Kesari was Ron Paul's deputy national campaign director for 2012, and has been identified as the "bagman" who delivered bribes to former Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson. The purpose of those bribes, according to Sorenson, was for him to endorse presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul.
Kesari's wife, Jolanda, owns Designer Goldsmith's in Leesburg, Virginia, from which checks surfaced in the bribery scandal. So if you want to know if the Kesari's bribed anyone in Kentucky's US Senate race to endorse McConnell, you better bet these are two people who would know.