According to reports, on Wednesday (February 1), Hunter Biden’s attorneys sent letters requesting state and federal investigators probe those who accessed and disseminated personal data from his stolen laptop, including Rudy Giuliani and other Trump allies.
The letters sent to Delaware’s Attorney General and the Department of Justice allege that several right-wing figures trafficked the data stolen from Hunter Biden’s laptop, weaponizing it against him and his family.
Wednesday’s letters are the first that Biden and his attorneys have acknowledged that it was his data discovered on the laptop abandoned at a Delaware repair shop.
The offensive against the younger Biden’s agitators represents a new strategy being implemented by Biden and his legal team as House Republicans move ahead with investigations into his actions.
In the letter to Delaware’s attorney general, Biden’s legal team accuses the owner of the repair shop where the laptop was left, John Paul Mac Isaac, of gaining unauthorized access to the laptop.
They assert he then distributed it to The New York Post for a story. The letter also requests the Attorney General investigate Giuliani and Stephen Bannon.
Yet Mac Isaac’s lawyer, Brian Della Rocca, believes the letter is Biden’s attempt to deflect attention away from him, claiming that after “skimming the letters,” the only conclusion he could come to was it was an attempt to “redirect attention away from his own unlawful actions.”
Since Joe Biden announced his intention to run for office, conservative media outlets and Republicans have been hyper-fixated on the laptop and its contents, which contains a “massive record of documents, including business dealings, personal photos and emails.”