January 22, 2024

Hunter's 'Hacked' Laptop Lawsuit Continues Despite Justice Department Authenticating It

In light of the Department of Justice's official confirmation regarding the authenticity of Hunter Biden's laptop, a call has been made for President Joe Biden's son to cease his lawsuits claiming he was "hacked."

The DOJ has affirmed that the laptop is genuine, was left at a computer store by Hunter, and its contents match his iCloud data subpoenaed by the FBI in 2019.

Attorney Bob Costello, who, along with Rudy Giuliani, is being sued by Hunter for allegedly tampering with his data, warns that continuing such lawsuits could result in sanctions and potential disbarment for filing frivolous claims.

Hunter's legal action against Costello and Giuliani is based on a theory that the laptop is not genuinely his and contains false or stolen files falsely attributed to him, a claim deemed "bizarre" by Costello.

Costello is initiating proceedings against Hunter's legal team, led by Abbe Lowell, under Rule 11 of federal law, which prohibits meritless or frivolous litigation and allows courts to impose personal sanctions on attorneys for violations.

The lawyer emphasizes that fabricating stories at odds with facts revealed by the DOJ is unacceptable, emphasizing the purpose of Rule 11 to prevent attorneys from making baseless claims.

Former Trump staffer Garrett Ziegler, also facing a lawsuit from Hunter, welcomes the intervention, noting that Hunter and his benefactor Kevin Morris have been unwilling to accept the reality that the laptop exposure uncovered their actions.

Ziegler suggests that Abbe Lowell and Bryan Sullivan should face sanctions and potential disbarment.

The insistence on lawsuits is seen as an attempt by Hunter and President Biden to avoid admitting the authenticity of damning material from the laptop, including details about Joe Biden's involvement in his son's foreign influence peddling schemes.

The attorney general's confirmation underscores that the laptop revelations were not Russian disinformation and were not the result of hacking, prompting calls for transparency from Hunter and his legal team.

Hunter's wild laptop lawsuit is quickly unfolding as the evidence shows that the first son is the one with major legal concerns.


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