FBI Supervisor Corroborates Whistleblower Testimony
We have heard damning claims from whistleblowers about Hunter Biden. Now, an FBI supervisor has given those claims more weight.
From Just the News. An FBI supervisor has corroborated key aspects of two IRS whistleblowers’ testimony alleging that federal prosecutors slow-walked Hunter Biden’s criminal probe and declined last year to bring tax charges in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., according to an interview transcript reviewed by Just the News.
The female FBI supervisor, whose name the Justice Department asked be kept private in the transcript, was interviewed recently by the House Judiciary Committee, and she chronicled her interactions with IRS agents Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler and Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, the lead prosecutor in the Hunter Biden probe.
While the agent said she had different recollections than her IRS colleagues about certain aspects of the case and did not believe politics caused any delays, she confirmed there were instances in which prosecutors slowed the investigation.
Specifically, she confirmed agents were concerned that the DOJ tried to use the 2022 midterm elections to delay action in the Hunter Biden case even though his father was not up for election last year. …
The FBI generally has a rule that public actions not be taken in cases in the weeks before an election that could impact the outcome of the election, a rule that was not followed in 2016 when the bureau opened the Russia collusion probe against Donald Trump a few weeks before Election Day.
Republicans have argued there was no reason to avoid action in Hunter Biden’s case in 2022 because Joe Biden wasn’t on the ballot during the midterm election.
The agent also confirmed that the offices of the Joe Biden-appointed U.S. attorneys in Washington, Matthew Graves, and Los Angeles, Miguel Estrada, declined to bring criminal tax charges against Hunter Biden last year like Weiss sought. …
The interview transcript also revealed that House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan’s investigators have ascertained that some of the prosecutors’ efforts to block investigative steps are captured in contemporaneous emails between Shapley and Assistant U.S. Attorney Leslie Wolf in Delaware. …
The FBI agent did acknowledge she had some differences of opinion and recollections from her IRS colleagues, specifically that she did not remember Weiss claiming he had been rejected by DOJ headquarters from being named a special counsel last year.
She also said she did not believe politics played a role in the delays and disputes between the agents and the prosecutors. …
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