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Biden’s Lawsuit Battle: The Truth Behind the Disturbing Laptop Allegations

FBI’s Involvement in Hunter Biden Laptop Case Raises Questions


Hunter Biden is scheduled to provide a deposition on Thursday in connection with a defamation lawsuit filed against him by John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of a Delaware computer repair shop, according to sources cited by Fox News.

The lawsuit was filed by Mac Isaac in October 2022, and Biden retaliated with a countersuit in March, accusing Mac Isaac of six counts of invasion of privacy and illicitly distributing his personal data.

Mac Isaac had claimed that in April 2019, a man he believed to be Biden dropped off three laptops at his store, only one of which was functional. During the repair process, Mac Isaac allegedly discovered disturbing material.

Mac Isaac was unable to reach the customer within the prescribed 90-day period, and when he searched the laptop’s emails by keyword in June or July 2019, he made unsettling findings.


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In November, Mac Isaac published a book titled ‘American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth.’ As per the shop owner’s account, the FBI initially made a forensic copy of the laptop, returned weeks later with a subpoena, and seized it.

Mac Isaac received a subpoena to testify before the U.S. District Court in Delaware in December 2019.

The FBI’s property receipt for the laptop, obtained by Fox News Digital in 2020, indicated a handwritten number in the ‘Case ID’ section: 272D-BA-3065729.

The classification ‘272’ denotes money laundering, while ‘272D’ signifies ‘Money Laundering, Unknown SUA [Specified Unlawful Activity]—White Collar Crime Program.’ A government official characterized ‘272D’ as ‘transnational or blanket.’

Hunter Biden’s deposition is anticipated shortly after the Justice Department revealed that he would enter into a plea agreement related to an investigation by U.S. Attorney David Weiss into his tax affairs.

Biden will reportedly plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of willful failure to pay federal income tax in an arrangement designed to prevent his incarceration. Additionally, the president’s son has agreed to a pretrial diversion agreement concerning a separate charge of unlawfully possessing a firearm while being addicted to a controlled substance.

The plea agreement is expected to spare Biden from imprisonment, and his first court appearance is scheduled for July 26.

Meanwhile, concerning the laptop, an IRS whistleblower testified before the House Ways and Means Committee that federal investigators were aware as of December 2019 that Biden’s laptop had not been tampered with and contained reliable evidence.

However, they were allegedly obstructed from accessing all available information. This revelation occurred nearly a year before former intelligence officials and Joe Biden himself claimed the laptop was involved in a Russian disinformation campaign.

The whistleblower, Gary Shapley Jr., who supervised the investigation at the IRS, stated that numerous decisions favoring Hunter Biden were made at every stage of the probe. Codenamed ‘Sportsman,’ the investigation was initially launched in November 2018 as an offshoot of an IRS inquiry into a foreign-based amateur online pornography platform.

No further details connecting the pornography platform and Biden were provided in the released testimony. Previous belief was that the investigation was partly initiated due to suspicious foreign transactions.

Approximately a year later, in October 2019, Shapley revealed that the FBI was informed of a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden at a repair shop, suggesting potential criminal evidence.

‘In November 2019, the FBI corroborated its authenticity by matching the device number with Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud ID,’ Shapley stated. ‘Upon seizing the device in December 2019, the FBI notified the IRS that it likely contained evidence of tax crimes.’


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