Hunter Biden Finally Admits ‘Laptop From Hell’ Is His As He Demands Criminal Probe

Hunter Biden’s lawyers finally admitted on Wednesday that the laptop recovered from a repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware does indeed belong to the younger son of US President Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden had previously claimed not to have owned the laptop which contained private emails, photos and videos of him. For more than two years, Hunter and Joe Biden have dismissed the laptop as a fraud, a hack or “Russian disinformation.” Then last year Hunter said that the laptop “could be his”

However his legal team are now demanding a criminal investigation into the owner of the repair shop for “unlawfully” accessing his computer and sharing its contents.

The New York Post reports: In the 14-page letter to Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings, Biden 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” sordid and incriminating contents on it against Joe Biden.

“This failed dirty political trick directly resulted in the exposure, exploitation, and manipulation of Mr. Biden’s private and personal information,” Lowell wrote.

“Mr. Mac Isaac’s intentional, reckless, and unlawful conduct allowed for hundreds of gigabytes of Mr. Biden’s personal data, without any discretion, to be circulated around the Internet.”

Mac Isaac took possession of the laptop and hard drive late in 2019 after trying and failing for months to notify Hunter that the device was ready to be picked up. Once the shop owner saw the laptop’s contents — including emails detailing influence-peddling involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and videos of the younger Biden smoking crack and having sex with prostitutes and his work subordinates — he alerted the FBI.

The feds 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.

Giuliani provided The Post with a copy of the hard drive in October 2020.

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 founder and CEO of cyber analytics firm XRVision and former aide to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) Yaacov Apelbaum as parties who gained unauthorized access to the laptop’s contents and disseminated it to the media and lawmakers.

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