The judge overseeing a criminal case in Delaware involving President Joe Biden’s son Hunter unsealed information on Monday about warrants the Department of Justice used to obtain the first son’s data.
Judge Maryellen Noreika ordered four warrants unsealed in response to a request from an independent journalist. The warrants revealed the specific dates on which the government obtained various types of data belonging to Hunter Biden. They also effectively confirmed widely reported details about the first son’s infamous laptop falling into the hands of federal investigators.
Special counsel David Weiss has been overseeing the prosecutions of Hunter Biden in the Delaware case and in a tax-related case in California, and he was leading the government’s investigations when the warrants were issued.
One of the warrants noted that Weiss’s team in 2019 searched Hunter Biden’s Apple