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Hunter Biden Strikes Back At Laptop Repair Shop Owner

President Joe Biden’s wayward son, Hunter Biden, has filed a lawsuit against the computer repair shop owner who stated that he dropped off a laptop and never returned to pick it up, according to new reports from The Washington Post.

The lawsuit, which is 42-pages in length, was filed on Friday in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, takes the whole kerfuffle over all of the information contained on the laptop to a whole new level.

Attorneys representing the younger son of the president claim that John Paul Mac Isaac did not have the legal right to distribute information they say was meant to be private. The suit accuses the computer repair expert of six counts of invasion of privacy, which includes conspiracy to obtain and distribute data.

The information culled from the hard drive of the computer is currently at the center of a congressional investigation.

“As a result of Mac Isaac’s unlawful agreement and his conspiracy with others, Mr. Biden’s personal data was made available to third parties and then ultimately to the public at large, which is highly offensive, causing harm to Mr. Biden and his reputation,” the suit states, according to Newsmax. “The object of invading Mr. Biden’s privacy and disseminating his data was not for any legitimate purpose but to cause harm and embarrassment to Mr. Biden.”

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Here’s more from the report:

Biden’s court action is a response to a suit filed by Mac Isaac last year. That suit claimed Hunter Biden defamed him by contending he illegally took the data. Mac Isaac claimed the laptop had been abandoned at his shop.

Biden does not admit in his lawsuit that he dropped off the laptop, received an invoice or neglected to pick it up. Despite claims by Mac Isaac, the filing states, “Mr. Biden is without knowledge sufficient to admit or deny the allegations.”

“This is not an admission by Mr. Biden that Mac Isaac [or others] in fact possessed any particular laptop containing electronically stored data belonging to Mr. Biden,” the filing goes on to say. “Rather, Mr. Biden simply acknowledges that at some point, Mac Isaac obtained electronically stored data, some of which belonged to Mr. Biden.”

In addition, Biden maintains that if Mac Isaac did have his unclaimed laptop, Delaware law would have restricted his ability to access or distribute the data on it, the Post said.

“And contrary to Mac Isaac’s claim that property left in his shop is abandoned property after 90 days, he admits in his recently published book and in other media appearances that he actually began accessing what he claims he had in his possession as Mr. Biden’s data long before 90 days had expired from when he claims any property or data was left in his shop,” the suit reads.

“Mr. Biden had more than a reasonable expectation of privacy that any data that he created or maintained, and especially that which was the most personal such as photographs, videos, interactions with other adults, and communications with his family, would not be accessed, copied, disseminated, or posted on the Internet for others to use against him or his family or for the public to view,” it adds.

Lawyers representing Biden confessed back in February that the laptop did indeed belong to the embattled son of the commander-in-chief.

“The attorneys made the acknowledgment in a letter asking the Department of Justice to investigate close allies of former President Donald Trump and others who accessed and disseminated personal data from the laptop, which Biden dropped off at the Wilmington computer repair shop in April 2019,” Newsmax reported.

Mac Isaac has admitted that he looked at the private information from the laptop, which included a file called, “income.pdf” and sending a copy of the data to the attorney representing Rudy Giuliani, Robert Costello, who then passed it on to Giuliani.