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Hunter Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell expects special counsel to find ‘no new evidence’


“First, they wrote something and weren’t clear what they meant; second, they knew what they meant and misspoke it to the lawyer; or, third, they changed their minds while appearing in a Delaware court,” Lowell said of prosecutors during an interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

“One possibility is that the prosecutor got up and decided, for many reasons that might be obvious to the viewer, that he didn’t like what people were saying about the deal he was doing. had approved,” Lowell added later.

Investigations into Hunter Biden’s business dealings and personal conduct spanned five years. On Friday, Attorney General Merrick Garland was granted special advocate status to David Weiss, the federal prosecutor who oversaw the investigation.

After years of scrutiny, Lowell said on Sunday he didn’t believe any new evidence against his client would emerge – and suggested that if Weiss’ findings changed, it wouldn’t be because of the facts but because of the facts. due to political pressure from the right.

“I’m confident that if this prosecutor has done what has been done for the past five years, then the only conclusion can be July 26,” Lowell said. “There is no new evidence to be found.”

“People should keep in mind,” Lowell said, “that even though Mr. Weiss’ title changed last week, he is the same person he has been for the past five years. He’s a Republican President-appointed Republican attorney general and attorney general who had career prosecutors working on this case for five years, reviewing every transaction Hunter was involved in. …if anything changes from its conclusion, which was two tax offenses and a misappropriated weapon charge, the question should be asked, what infected the process that was not the facts in the law? »



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