Judge Refuses To Throw Out Hunter Biden Case

Apr 2, 2024

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District Judge Mark Scarsi denied eight motions to dismiss an indictment against President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, Monday.

The younger Biden has pleaded not guilty to nine felony and misdemeanor tax allegations that supposedly allowed him to avoid paying $1.4 million in tax while living an expensive lifestyle, Newsmax reported. Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell said the prosecution is politically motivated, but the judge found no evidence to support his claims.

“Defendant fails to present a reasonable inference, let alone clear evidence, of discriminatory effect and discriminatory purpose,” Scarsi wrote in his ruling. Biden’s attorney said in a statement that he strongly disagrees with the ruling. (LEARN MORE: Major News Organization Rejects All Harvard, MIT, Penn Grads Over School’s Antisemitism)

What Did Hunter Biden Allegedly Do?

Biden stands accused of multiple crimes at this moment in time. He was charged in Delaware with lying on a federal form to buy a gun in 2018. The lies allegedly revolve around his prior drug addiction. He pleaded not guilty in the case. The case also accuses him of owning a gun illegally. (LEARN MORE: Pastor Greg Laurie Speaks of Biblical Prophecy Fulfillment Over Israel-Hamas War)

Biden refused a deal regarding the charges that would have given him two years probation if he pleaded guilty. Both the tax and gun case will move forward with trials tentatively set for June 2024. If convicted on the tax charges, Biden faces up to 17 years in prison.

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