California grand jury indicts Hunter Biden with multiple felony tax charges
By Belle Carter // Dec 14, 2023

Federal prosecutors charged President Joe Biden’s son Hunter with nine counts of felony charges from his failure to pay federal taxes on time amounting to $1.4 million in income from foreign businesses. The nine-count indictment also details a lavish spending spree including drugs and escorts over the same period, from 2016 to 2019.

The grand jury in the Central District of California charged the younger Biden with three counts each of evasion of a tax assessment, failure to file and pay taxes, and filing a false or fraudulent tax return, according to the 56-page indictment. "At times relevant to this indictment, the defendant served on the board of a Ukrainian industrial conglomerate and a Chinese private equity fund. He negotiated and executed contracts and agreements for business and legal services that paid millions of dollars of compensation to him and/or his domestic corporations, Owasco, PC and Owasco, LLC," the indictment read. "The defendant engaged in a four-year scheme to not pay at least $1.4 million in self-assessed federal taxes he owed for tax years 2016 through 2019, from in or about January 2017 through in or about October 15, 2020, and to evade the assessment of taxes for the tax year 2018 when he filed false returns in or about February 2020." (Related: Hunter Biden INDICTED on 9 tax charges, could spend up to 17 years in prison.)

According to Substack newsletter of the investigative reporter Technofog, the accusation was detailed and it discussed Hunter's various business entities, the millions he received from foreign nationals and/or foreign business entities –  including China, Romania and Ukraine – as well as the income and support he has received from his entertainment lawyer, who happens to have paid millions to third parties for Hunter's benefit in 2020. The indictment was also replete with examples such as Hunter not reporting his Burisma income in 2014; his being informed by accountants that he owed taxes; his ex-wife telling him that his tax returns were not filed; and his discussing multiple times his outstanding tax obligations in various communications.

Moreover, ZeroHedge reported that he had $1,664,004 in "ATM/Cash Withdrawals," spent $683,212 in payments to "various women" and $188,960 on "adult entertainment." The indictment also detailed the "office expenses" or other deductions he used to lessen his tax burden, which included a $1,500 Venmo payment to an exotic dancer; $11,500 paid to an escort for two nights; and a $30,000 payment for his daughter’s law school tuition; $1,248 to fly an exotic dancer from Los Angeles to New York.

The said decision came out the same day as the House Republicans formalized the impeachment inquiry of the president. Joe Biden was not mentioned in the indictment and the White House has not commented. The 53-year-old presidential son was first indicted in September for owning a gun while on drugs and not declaring his addictions on a form. He pleaded not guilty on this.

Hunter to GOPs: "You are trying to destroy a presidency"

As he waded in the hot water of criticisms, Hunter said that his critics are just "trying to destroy a presidency" through relentless attacks on him and his dad in time for the nearing 2024 elections. His lawyer also said on Thursday that the new charges are "politically motivated."

In a podcast interview last Dec. 8 with his friend, the musician Moby, he said that none of the condemnation was necessarily about him. "In their most base way, what they're trying to do is they're trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle, and so, therefore, destroying a presidency in that way." Hunter said some of his Republican critics, such as U.S. Representatives Paul Gosar and Marjorie Taylor Greene, were "not healthy people." "I've never witnessed anything like it," he said. "I've never witnessed the level of an invasion of privacy on any individual that I can possibly think of. I've never witnessed a sustained attack on one person like this."

Hunter also said that he and his wife had to move from their home in the middle of the night after a newspaper published their address while his wife was seven or eight months pregnant and supporters of former President Donald Trump appeared outside of their house and pounded on their door.

Meanwhile, some of Biden's supporters still think that the son's cases would not affect the POTUS' political aspirations. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said on Sunday that the case against Hunter may be "legally justified," but he thinks that voters in 2024 will still be able to recognize the separation between the older Biden and his controversial offspring. "I think it is legally justified," the senator said when asked whether he thinks Hunter's prosecution is political, as his lawyers contend. "I think this is a very troubled individual who has, who has done things that are worthy of prosecution, and so I look forward to that case continuing."

He added that ultimately, the American people will understand that Hunter is not going to be on the ballot next fall and that the older Biden is going to be on the ballot. He is confident that the people will think that "this is a president who has led an economic recovery that has been pretty unprecedented." "That's I think going to be what matters to the American people," Murphy assured their supporters.

Visit to read more updates on the illegal business dealings of Hunter Biden and his father's involvement with them.

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