Nine boxes of documents were recovered from President Biden’s attorney Patrick Moore’s Boston office, however, the files have not yet been reviewed. This information was included in a letter sent by the National Archives to Sens. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, that was obtained by Fox News Digital.
Previously the number of boxes recovered from Boston had not been disclosed. However, it had been reported that Moore had had a number of documents from the Penn Biden Center transported to his Boston office following the discovery of the classified documents in President Biden’s former private office.
Following a letter with a question sent by Johnson and Grassley on Feb. 24 requesting more information about how the Archives found out about the moved documents, Acting Archivist of the United States Debra Steidel Wall responded by saying that they were informed about the documents on Nov. 3, 2022.
In the letter, they state that when on Nov. 3, 2022, they had contacted Biden’s personal counsel so as to pick up the classified documents that had been found at the Penn Biden Center they had been informed of the boxes that had been transported by Moore to his law firm in Boston. Additionally, the archives informed the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General on Nov. 4 of the moved documents which were picked up on Nov. 9 and secured in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston.
Wall wrote that there had been nine boxes recovered from Moore’s office in Boston. However, the documents came into the National Archives possession in November, and yet, they have not yet been reviewed in order to determine whether they contain any classified documents.