Computer Repair Shop Involved In Hunter Biden Laptop Scandal Shuttered
The Wilmington, Delaware computer repair store owner, who allegedly handed over information stored on a laptop supposedly owned by Hunter Biden to a lawyer representing Rudy Giuliani, has closed up shop, the Delaware News Journal reports.
The store gained attention after a New York Post article detailed how the laptop made its way from the repair shop to Giuliani, who is President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, weeks before the presidential election.
The Post story alleged that Joe Biden held a meeting with an executive from Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company that employed his son, Hunter Biden, while he was vice president. The story also claimed that there were incriminating photos of Hunter Biden on the hard drive.
The newspaper reports that 10 days after the election, a sign on the store’s door said it had closed. A neighbor told the News Journal that the owner left town.
The shop owner’s attorney, Brian Della Rocca, said Mac Isaac shut the store down after he received death threats. He did not say where his client was located and noted he doesn’t expect his client to become involved in any sort of lawsuit or investigation. He did confirm that his office had spoken with Wilmington FBI agents and with Delaware’s Assistant United States Attorney Leslie Wolf.
“I’ve been in touch with federal law enforcement, yes,” Della Rocca said.
Author: Marisa Herman
Source: News Max: Computer Repair Shop Involved in Hunter Biden Laptop Scandal Shuttered