First Son Hunter Biden Investigation: IRS Whistleblower tells all

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In a stunning revelation federal prosecutor David C. Weiss informed six witnesses that he lacked the authority to charge First Son Hunter Biden outside of Delaware.

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Adding fuel to the ongoing controversy surrounding Hunter Biden, RadarOnline.com reports that Weiss disclosed he was denied special counsel status by the Department of Justice.

In an October 2022 meeting with IRS investigators and FBI agents, Weiss was told to back off of the case.  

The six witnesses mentioned by Weiss, who participated in the October 7 meeting, were identified as Baltimore FBI Special Agent in Charge Tom Sobocinski, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Ryeshia Holley, IRS Special Agent in Charge Darrell Waldon, Shapley himself, and Shapley’s superior.

These revelations come just one week after President Joe Biden’s son agreed to plead guilty to two minor federal tax charges, heightening concerns over potential preferential treatment.

The details of Weiss’s alleged claims were unveiled by IRS supervisor Gary Shapley during his testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee in May 2023. 

Whistleblower tells all on the case of the First Son, Biden

Shapley testified that   “He (Weiss) surprised us by telling us on the charges: ‘I’m not the deciding official on whether charges are filed,'” Shapley recounted. “He then shocked us with the earth-shattering news that the Biden-appointed D.C. U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves would not allow him to charge in his district.”