The owner of a computer repair shop in Delaware sued Hunter Biden for defamation after he left his laptop behind. Before his attorney demanded that the Department of Justice look into the matter, the owner served him with the legal papers.
During an interview with Tucker Carlson on Thursday, Mac Isaac said that he was intimidated by Biden's call for a criminal investigation into him. However, he noted that he has dealt with similar intimidation in the past couple of years.
"This isn't as serious as being accused of being a traitor or working with Russia to influence the presidential election."
According to a report by the publication, Abbe Lowell, an attorney for Hunter Biden, sent letters to the Delaware state attorney and the Department of Justice, claiming that John Paul Mac Isaac damaged Hunter Biden by making public the contents of his laptop.
According to a report released by the Marco Polo Group in 2022, the contents of Biden's laptop were merely a failed political trick. It was only used to show that he had committed hundreds of sex, drug, and business crimes. Despite this, a CBS News investigation did not find evidence that the device was tampered with.
Brian Della Rocca, Mac Isaac's attorney, said that the letters were sent after the two agencies were able to track down his client. He noted that the letters came just days after he was served with legal papers in California, where he was suing Biden for defamation.
According to Della Rocca, while it was initially believed that Hunter was going after Trump's allies, such as Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon, the letters were later revealed to contain Mac Isaac's name. He noted that the former New York mayor and former White House official had not been mentioned in the previous letters.
"According to Della Rocca, the person who sent the letters was motivated by money. He said that the individual was trying to intimidate his client."
Another letter was sent to the Internal Revenue Service, demanding that the organization review its tax-exempt status after it published the report on Hunter Biden's laptop. Marco Polo USA is a 501(c)3 organization, which means that it cannot make political statements.
The younger Biden also sent letters to the IRS, Delaware authorities, the Department of Justice, and Fox News. In addition, he sent a separate letter to Tucker Carlson, demanding that the host issue an apology and retract his comments about the classified documents issue.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Valiant News.