Hunter Biden gives deposition in civil suit brought by laptop repair shop owner

The case dates back to 2019 when Biden brought three laptops to a Wilmington, Delaware, computer repair shop.

Published: June 29, 2023 10:14am

Hunter Biden on Thursday morning gave a deposition as part of the civil lawsuit brought by Delaware computer repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac.

Mac Isaac filed a defamation lawsuit against Biden in October 2022, according to Fox News. In March, Biden, whose father is President Joe Biden, filed a countersuit alleging Mac Isaac, to whom he brought a laptop in 2019 for repairs, illicitly distributed Biden's data from the computer hard drive.

The first son is accusing Mac Issac of invasion of privacy.

The deposition is being taken in Wilmington, Delaware.

A news report in 2020 detailed Mac Isaac saying a man he believed to be Biden had dropped off three laptops at his Wilmington store but only one was salvageable. While repairing that laptop, Mac Isaac said, he discovered disturbing material. Mac Issac says he was unable to contact the customer, and the hard drive was reportedly turn over to the FBI, Fox also reports.


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