Biden’s Son Tries To Suppress Court Evidence

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( – Prosecutors in Hunter Biden’s trial intend to ask jurors to match the voice of Hunter Biden from his audiobook memoir to a video that allegedly depicts him weighing crack cocaine. Hunter Biden has repeatedly opposed the claim that the video features his voice. 

The video in question shows a man weighing crack while talking to a woman. Hunter Biden’s lawyers are attempting to suppress many photos, text messages, and the video which allegedly showcases that at the time of his buying his firearm in October 2018, he had been using crack cocaine. 

Biden, who is being charged with making a false statement on a federal form during the purchase and of being in possession of a firearm while being a drug user, has pleaded not guilty to the charges. 

On Tuesday Hunter Biden’s lawyers noted in their written response that the federal prosecutors had objected to the attempts of President Biden to suppress the video of the man and the woman talking. The video had allegedly been taken only one month after Biden had made the gun purchase in Delaware. 

The submission of the prosecutors specifically stated that the defendant had objected to the video and stated that in the video the defendant is featured naked. However, the redacted clip only exhibited the defendant being naked from the chest and up. The government has taken a number of images from his devices as a sampling, which as they argue means that the images are not cumulative evidence. 

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