Hunter Biden is suing a former Trump White House aide to release the contents of his infamous “laptop from hell,” which contains all sorts of evidence against the Biden family, along with private photos, emails and messages of text between the first child and its associates. .
Yes, the same laptop as 51 former intelligence officials said it had “all the classic characteristics of a Russian intelligence operation.” and that Antony Blinken (then a senior Biden campaign official) had a “central role‘in discrediting after the New York Post reported that Hunter Biden took advantage of his father’s position as then-Vice President for personal gain.
According to a Wednesday night document, Hunter Biden’s legal team is suing Garrett Ziegler, who manages the website Marco Polo.
The 13-page lawsuit alleges that Ziegler and others violated federal and California privacy laws by “accessing, manipulating, manipulating, altering, copying and damaging computer data” collected from the alleged cloud storage of Hunter Biden’s laptop and iPhone without consent.
The lawsuit details how Ziegler and the unnamed defendants allegedly obtained sensitive materials by hacking encrypted data on Hunter Biden’s devices and uploading it to Ziegler’s website. where it remains public. In the lawsuit, Hunter Biden’s lawyers claim that the defendants had refused requests to “cease their illegal activity” and return private data belonging to the president’s son. –CBS News
In response, Ziegler said CBS News: “I and the non-profit organization, Marco Polothey have received a lawsuit, but the one I read this morning from the Central District of California should embarrass Winston & Strawn LLP. It’s not worth the paper it’s written on,“, adding: “Apart from the many state and federal laws and regulations that protect authors like me and the publication that Marco Polo does, it is not lost on us that Joe’s son filed this SLAPP a day after the so-called investigation of impeachment on his late father. announced The president’s son is a disgrace to our great nation.“
so is it your laptop? I guess we can close the file on this one https://t.co/W8ItLa7l8g
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 14, 2023
Earlier this year, Hunter Biden sued a Delaware-based computer repairer, John Paul Mac Issac, with whom Hunter abandoned his now infamous laptop – the content of which has been presented in several congressional hearings.
Last year Mac Isaac remembered in the New York Post about how Hunter Biden came to his shop in Wilmington, Delaware in April 2019.
“I’m glad you’re still open,” Hunter Biden allegedly told her. “I just came from the cigar bar and was told about your shop, but I had to hurry because you close at seven.”
“I need the data recovered from these, but they all have liquid damage and won’t turn on,” Mac Isaac reminded him saying.
Mac Issac holds it he obtained the information from Hunter’s laptop legallyand that Biden himself left it in April 2019, without ever claiming it again. In facthe says entered the Albuquerque FBI officewhere he explained what he had, but was rejected by the FBI. They basically told him to get lost. It was mid-September 2019.
Two months passed and John Paul Mac Issac was immediately contacted by the FBI. Two FBI agents from the Wilmington FBI office, Joshua Williams and Mike Dzielak, came to John Paul’s business. He immediately offered to give them the hard drive, no strings attached. Officers Williams and Dzielak refused to take the device.
Eight months later, Isaac provided a copy to then-President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who provided a copy of the hard drive to the mail.
Last year, several FBI whistleblowers he said Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that Agents investigating Hunter Biden “opened an assessment that was used by a team at FBI headquarters to improperly discredit negative information about Hunter Biden as misinformation and terminated investigative activity,” adding that his office received “a significant number of protected communications from highly credible whistleblowers” about the investigation.
Grassley added that “verified and verifiable disparaging information about Hunter Biden was falsely labeled as misinformation,” according to the Washington Examiner.