(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – On their client’s behalf, Hunter Biden’s lawyers have finally confessed the laptop the 52-year-old son of President Joe Biden left at a Delaware computer repair shop belongs to him.
The admission came in a letter from Hunter’s lawyers seeking an investigation into the alleged weaponization of its contents.
In the 14-page letter to Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings, Hunter’s attorney Abbe Lowell claimed that repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac “unlawfully” accessed Hunter’s laptop data and worked with former President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to “weaponize” the incriminating contents of the laptop against Joe Biden.
Lowell claims that Mac Isaac’s actions resulted in the exposure and exploitation of Hunter’s personal information.
Mac Isaac saw the laptop’s contents, which included emails detailing influence-peddling involving then-Vice President Joe Biden, and notified the FBI.
The FBI picked up the laptop in December 2019, but not before Mac Isaac made a copy and gave it to Giuliani’s personal lawyer, Robert Costello.
Lowell’s letter singles out Mac Isaac, Giuliani, Costello, former Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon, former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler, Bannon associate Jack Maxey, and Yaacov Apelbaum as parties who allegedly gained unauthorized access to the laptop’s contents and disseminated it to the media and lawmakers.
Lowell believes that the conduct of these individuals may have violated several provisions of Delaware’s criminal code, including computer-related property offenses, theft, possession of stolen property, and misapplication of another’s property.
Lowell wrote letters to the Justice Department’s National Security Division and the IRS on Wednesday.
Mac Isaac called the letters a scare tactic, while Ziegler, who has published the laptop’s data on his Marco Polo USA website, called it a desperate attempt by the Biden family to divert attention from their crimes.
Costello called Lowell’s allegations ridiculous and a sign of desperation.
The House Oversight Committee is set to hold hearings next week on Hunter Biden’s alleged influence-peddling and claims he cashed in on his ties to his then-vice president father.