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The Washington Examiner

Andrew Kerr, Investigative Reporter & Jerry Dunleavy, Justice Department Reporter

May 25, 2022

EXCLUSIVE — Records located on a copy of Hunter Biden's laptop suggest he took personal data from his sister-in-law's cellphones over a dozen times between 2017 and 2018 without her consent, according to a former Secret Service agent who has testified in over 100 classified, criminal, and civil matters at the state, federal, and international level as a cyberforensics expert.

The data Biden extracted from iPhones owned by Hallie Biden, the widow of his deceased brother, Beau Biden, included her text messages, photos, notes, call logs, calendar, and over 120 voicemails. Hallie Biden's texts and voicemails that were located on Hunter Biden's laptop were mostly personal in nature, but some indicate she was aware of his foreign business dealings in China.

Konstantinos "Gus" Dimitrelos, a cyberforensics expert commissioned by the Washington Examiner to examine a copy of Hunter Biden's laptop, which was abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019, said Hunter Biden may have violated federal law if he extracted Hallie Biden's phone data and voicemails without her consent. Hunter Biden was not a party to most of the communications he obtained from Hallie Biden's phones. Asked to comment on whether the Hallie Biden phone data on Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop was obtained with her consent, Hunter Biden's attorney declined to respond.

"I confirmed with 100% certainty Hallie Biden's iPhones were accessed and data from the devices was copied to the Laptop and stored in numerous folders and later accessed," Dimitrelos said. "Without legal or authorized consent, the person accessing someone else's computer device and performing the extraction of the data may be in violation of multiple Federal Statutes including 18 USC 1030 and 18 U.S. 2511 for unauthorized access of a computer system or interception of an electronic communication."


Paul Kamenar, an attorney with the National Legal and Policy Center, an ethics watchdog group, said the digital records showing Hunter Biden took data from his sister-in-law's iPhones could expose him to criminal and civil liability if he did so without her consent.

"Hunter Biden's downloading of voicemails, text messages, and other data from Hallie's cellphone, if done without her permission, could expose him to both criminal and civil liability under federal and state law," Kamenar told the Washington Examiner. "This would not be surprising behavior from someone who shows little regard for tax laws, drug laws, and other legal requirements."

Hallie Biden's text messages and voicemails also indicate she was aware of the Biden family's business dealings in China.


The Plot Thickens.

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There is something Michael Fanzese has said about life in the Mob. (I paraphrase) "I don't know one family, including my own that This Life (The Mafia) hasn't destroyed." It strikes me this, (The Biden family) is a criminal enterprise. 

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168,000 deleted files recovered from Hunter Biden's laptop

Andrew Kerr, Investigative Reporter

June 08, 2022

A cyber forensics expert commissioned by the Washington Examiner recovered over 168,000 deleted files from a copy of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop.

Many of the deleted files were system files, application files, or duplicates of user files stored elsewhere on the laptop.

Some of the recovered data, however, shed light on his financial dealings in 2018 and early 2019, as well as his personal dealings during that time frame. Also recovered from the drive were deleted pictures of government ID cards for two individuals linked to President Joe Biden's son.

Konstantinos "Gus" Dimitrelos, a former Secret Service agent who has testified in over 100 classified, criminal, and civil matters, retrieved the deleted files from unallocated space on the hard drive using a technique called data carving.


The existence of recoverable deleted user files adds another layer of authenticity to the hard drive, Dimitrelos said.


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