Hunter Biden’s high-priced lawyers sent letters to the following Wednesday Delaware attorney general And the Department of Justice The Biden family was forced to launch an investigation into the slew who had shared information from the laptop that was left at a Delaware computer shop. But yesterday’s transparent attempt to sic top state and federal law enforcement officials on those exposing the Biden family pay-to-play scandal is already backfiring, with Biden’s clarifying the letters are not an admission that the laptop was Hunter’s.
Two detailed 14-page letters were written by Winston & Strawn attorney Abbe Daniel Lowell by Hunter Biden’s attorney. They requested that the Attorney General of Delaware and the Department of Justice investigate whether John Paul Mac Isaac or Robert Costello, Rudy Giuliani. Stephen Bannon and Jack Maxey committed state and federal crimes. “There is considerable reason to believe” These people violated different laws “in accessing, copying, manipulating, and/or disseminating Mr. Biden’s personal computer data,” Hunter’s attorney opened his Wednesday missive.
The lengthy letters then detail each of the individuals’ purported actions that Lowell claims provide “considerable reason to believe” They were convicted of various federal and state crimes. Winston & Strawn then identifies them and analyzes them.
Lowell starts with John Paul Mac Isaac, who owns the Delaware repair shop where laptop was left for repairs. “Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to gaining access to our client’s personal computer data in Delaware without Mr. Biden’s consent.”
“Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to copying that data without Mr. Biden’s consent, and Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to distributing copies of that data from his place in Delaware,” The letter to Delaware AG continues.
Mac Isaac has always maintained that the “computer data” he copied was contained on a laptop abandoned at his repair shop by an individual he believed was Hunter Biden, yesterday’s letters to the Delaware attorney general and the DOJ appeared as an apparent admission by Hunter that yes, the laptop was his.
Hunter, however, was not asked if Hunter “now acknowledge[s] he or someone on his behalf dropped off his laptop for repairs at Mac Isaac’s store,” Lowell spoke to The Federalist “These letters do not confirm Mac Isaac’s or others’ versions of a so-called laptop. They address their conduct of seeking, manipulating and disseminating what they allege to be Mr. Biden’s personal data, wherever they claim to have gotten it.”
In an exclusive interview with The Federalist, Mac Isaac’s attorney Brian Della Rocca seemed flabbergasted by the continued obfuscating by Hunter Biden’s legal team. “Is Hunter denying that he was in Delaware in April of 2019 then? To this day, he has not denied being in Wilmington at that time,” He said. “Nor has he ever denied dropping off the laptop with John Paul. Is he denying doing so now?”
“John Paul has not, nor will he ever manipulate the data on Hunter’s hard drive. That is just not who he is,” The Federalist, Della Rocca. And
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