Hunter’s Lawyers Caught Red-Handed

( – Hunter Biden’s lawyers tried to cheat big time by impersonating a legal aide to remove damning evidence about their client right before a court hearing in which the first son’s outrageous no-prison time plea deal collapsed spectacularly.

The plea deal announced last month, which would have seen President Joe Biden’s son get away with probation for tax and gun crimes, went down in flames during Wednesday’s court session in Wilmington, Delaware, after the federal judge refused, in her own words, to “rubber-stamp” it.

However, another shocking development occurred on Tuesday, the day before the hearing, in which Hunter Biden’s lawyers tried playing dirty tricks to eliminate proof of the first son’s wrongdoing.

Namely, an aide for the Biden attorneys called the court clerk’s office and pretended to be working for the top lawyer of the Republican-led House Ways and Means Committee, asking that evidence on the case the legislators provided earlier be removed, as reported by The New York Post.

The committee had filed an amicus brief – a third-party document supplied to a court – to Delaware US District Judge Maryellen Noreika, declaring that Hunter Biden had benefited from “political interference which calls into question the propriety of the investigation” into his alleged crimes, which involve felony tax evasion, money laundering, and failure to register as a foreign agent.

The filing featured the testimonies of the two IRS whistleblowers in the case, Gary Shapley and Joe Ziegler.

The Hunter Biden legal team’s deceptive attempt to eliminate the amicus brief was outlined in a letter to the judge sent by the House committee’s top lawyer, Theodore Kittila.

He disclosed that Jessica Bengels, the litigation chief at NYC law firm Latham & Watkins, where Hunter’s lawyer Chris Clark was a partner, called the court clerk, said she was working for Kittila, and insisted that the amicus brief be “removed from the docket.”

After Kittila’s team was notified, it had to refile the evidence against Hunter Biden. When it confronted the first son’s lawyers, they claimed the filing included confidential identity and tax information – although the whistleblowers’ testimonies had been public for weeks.

In the evening, Bengels submitted an affidavit claiming there was a miscommunication at the Clerk’s office, and she never pretended to be from Kittila’s team.

Judge Noreika sealed the amicus brief filing until Wednesday’s end of business hours. How much the cheating attempt influenced her remains unclear, but Hunter’s plea deal fell apart on Wednesday.