Hunter Biden accused of violating federal law

The US Department of Justice received a complaint against Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden. On Friday, March 3, the publication reported New York Post.

It is noted that Biden Jr. is suspected of violating federal law. The indictment is based on his correspondence with Kendra Barkoff, a spokesman for President Joe Biden. Hunter instructed the interlocutor on how to answer questions from the media about his participation in the board of directors of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings.

The violation is that Hunter Biden carried out his activities without being registered as a foreign agent. Under US law, this is a serious charge.

Earlier, on January 3, the British edition of the Daily Mail, citing Colorado lawyer Kevin Evans, stated that the US Department of Justice was hiding at least 400 pages of confidential documents that confirm the connection of Jim and Hunter Biden with China, Russia and Ukraine.

Prior to that, on December 29, former President Donald Trump accused the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of hushing up inconvenient information about Joe Biden’s son before the election. He called the current situation a disgrace and said that the same people who accused him of storming the Capitol in 2021 were behind it.

In December, entrepreneur and owner of the social network Twitter Elon Musk announced that the US government paid the company millions of dollars to hide information about Hunter Biden.

The son of the head of the United States is suspected of involvement in drug trafficking and prostitution. In April 2019, he left a MacBook in the workshop, on which 103,000 text messages, 154,000 emails, over 2,000 photographs were found, allegedly confirming his guilt. In April 2021, experts established the authenticity of these materials.

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