On Thursday, US District Judge Maryellen Noreika denied Hunter Biden’s motion to seal IRS whistleblower materials. The judges also reprimanded the first son’s lawyers for falsely claiming the materials contained “social security” and “grand jury” information in their effort to keep the materials under seal.
After the plea deal collapsed, Biden pleaded “not guilty” after it was revealed that he was still under federal investigation.
Whistleblower testimony was given by Gary Shapley, who worked for the IRS investigating Hunter Biden. He testified before Congress in June that his investigation was improperly held up and deliberately obstructed due to partisan politics obliging Joe Biden and his presidential campaign in 2020.
Earlier in the day, the judge also dismissed misdemeanor tax charges against Hunter, an expected move after his “sweetheart” plea deal fell through last month during which he was anticipated to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax counts of willful negligence to pay federal income tax so as to dodge jail time on a felony gun charge.
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