Federal investigators ‘have enough evidence to indict Hunter Biden for tax crimes’

Federal investigators “have sufficient evidence to indict Hunter Biden for tax crimes and to prove he made false statements in purchasing a gun,” the bomb report claims: The decision is in the hands of a US attorney in Delaware

A federal agent who has conducted a lengthy investigation into the president’s son hunter biden According to the Washington Post bombshell report, they believe they have “enough evidence” to charge him with tax fraud and making false statements about gun licenses.

Federal prosecutors have not made a decision to indict Hunter Biden. crimeand his attorney accused the DOJ of what he called a “leak” and demanded an investigation into the person who released the information.

Hunter paid his outstanding tax liability in 2020 and admitted to an investigation into what he called “taxes.”

The case is overseen by US attorneys. DelawareBiden and AG Merrick Garland have repeatedly said they would leave the case to career prosecutors.

Gun purchase matters relate to standard paperwork for purchasing weapons. On the form, Hunter denied using illegal drugs or being addicted to drugs.

Hunter Biden has been under scrutiny for years on tax and other issues. In 2020, he admitted to a government investigation and settled arrears

Hunter Biden has been under scrutiny for years on tax and other issues. In 2020, he admitted to a government investigation and settled arrears

In his memoir, he revealed that he was addicted to crack cocaine and struggled with drug and alcohol use.

Images found on his infamous laptop, which emerged weeks before the 2020 Election Day and which experts who analyzed the data told DailyMail.com were genuine, appeared to show crack cocaine use. Contains images that look like

Emails tracked on the laptop also show a series of business activities in China and elsewhere.

Gun issues are the type prosecutors prosecute or overlook. But according to Justice Department figures cited by The Washington Post, in the year Hunter Biden was acquired, there were 478 referrals and 298 indictments for lying over firearms.

This crime carries a fine of $250,000 and a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

White House Chief of Staff Ron Klein vouched for the president’s son in a television interview in April.

The White House said “no one” in the White House was involved in the allegations about the president’s son, which Chief of Staff Ron Klein called a “private matter.”

Deputy US Attorney David Weiss is overseeing the investigation. AG Merrick Garland said it would be up to Trump-appointed prosecutors

“Of course, the president is confident that his son is not breaking the law,” Klein said.

“But most importantly, as I said, it’s a matter decided by the Department of Justice, the legal process. No one in the White House is involved.

Hunter’s attorney, Chris Clark, confided in the “leaker” in his own response to the story.

“It is a federal felony for a federal agent to leak information about such a grand jury investigation,” he said in a statement to the Post. Clearly committed such a felony. We expect the Department of Justice to diligently investigate and prosecute such villains.’

“As appropriate and legally required, the prosecutor in this case has diligently and thoroughly examined not only the evidence provided by attorneys, but also all other witnesses in this case, including the defense witnesses. That’s the prosecutor’s job: they shouldn’t be pressured, rushed, or criticized just because they’re doing their job. Hmm.

Hunter’s business practices have come under increasing scrutiny as media organizations continue to investigate the content of material derived from Hunter’s laptop.

He and Biden’s brother James reportedly received an estimated $5 million from Chinese energy giant CEFC.

Klein also told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos:

“Let me be clear, these are actions by Hunter and his brother. I haven’t done it.

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