Watchdog sues CIA for Hunter Biden records

The watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the CIA to obtain all agency records relating to the Justice Department and IRS investigations of Hunter Biden, and all records relating to efforts to interview Biden’s lawyer Patrick Kevin Morris regarding Hunter Biden. 

Los Angeles-based lawyer Morris is reportedly a friend of Hunter’s, President Biden’s son. Morris allegedly loaned Hunter millions of dollars.

Since 2019, Morris has allegedly loaned Hunter approximately $4.9 million for “personal expenses,” including federal taxes.

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit after the CIA failed to lawfully respond to two FOIA requests.

  • The first, dated March 22, 2024, asked the agency for: All documents and communications referring or relating to the Department of Justice or Internal Revenue Service investigation of Robert Hunter Biden, DPOB: February 4, 1970, Wilmington, DE.
  • All documents and communications referring or relating to Attorney Patrick Kevin Morris, including but not limited to requests or efforts to interview Mr. Morris concerning Robert Hunter Biden.
  • The second FOIA request, dated March 27, 2024, asked the CIA for: All records of communications including, but not limited to, emails and text messages between officials of the CIA and officials of the U.S. Justice Department regarding Hunter Biden and/or Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Kevin Morris.
  • In March 2024, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer revealed that a whistleblower disclosed to the committees that the CIA intervened to stop the IRS from interviewing Morris.

Recently, the Committees received information from a whistleblower alleging that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) intervened in the investigation of Hunter Biden to prevent the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigators from interviewing [Morris].

As part of the impeachment inquiry, the Committees are investigating, among other things, whether President Biden “abuse[d] his power as President to impede, obstruct, or otherwise hinder investigations or the prosecution of Hunter Biden.”

As background from the Committees:

For years, the IRS and DOJ had been investigating Hunter Biden for alleged tax crimes. The Committees have documented how the DOJ deviated from its standard processes to afford preferential treatment to Hunter Biden. The Committees learned about the deviations in the spring of 2023 after two brave whistleblowers testified to Congress that DOJ officials deviated “from the normal process that provided preferential treatment, in this case to Hunter Biden . . . .”

Among other deviations, DOJ officials restricted what investigative steps the investigators could pursue, tipped off Hunter Biden’s attorneys about investigative steps, and even prevented investigators from conducting witness interviews.

The whistleblowers’ testimony about the preferential treatment provided to Hunter Biden has been corroborated by testimony from other witnesses and documents the Committees have received.

Hunter Biden faces two separate criminal trials. The first on gun charges is currently underway.

On June 20, his trial on various tax charges begins in California.

It is more than interesting that the CIA is stonewalling Judicial Watch’s Hunter Biden-related request.

Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch President

Judicial Watch has several FOIA lawsuits and information requests focused on Biden family corruption.

Read more here.

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4 thoughts on “Watchdog sues CIA for Hunter Biden records”

  1. I’d like to know since Hunter had full access to President Biden’s garage in the middle of his drug addiction; did he photo copy some of the secret documents and sell them to the red Chinese for money to support his drug habit?

  2. Since this payment of Hunters bills by a Democrat donor should be considered a campaign donation in kind, where is the indictment on Joe Biden for improper campaign donations. It’s the Democrats turn to get bled dry with legal fees. We want retribution. Democrats have earned our hatred.

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