Hunter Biden is taking legal action against laptop repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac for six counts of invasion of privacy, including intruding on, wrongfully sharing, and conspiring to publish Biden’s laptop data, according to Business Insider.
“Mac Isaac knew or should have known that the data he possessed and shared contained private and confidential information and content, including sensitive and private photographs and video of Mr. Biden, and that Mr. Biden had a reasonable expectation of privacy in this data,” the counterclaim alleges, “and that Mac Isaac’s conduct would expose Mr. Biden’s personal life in an egregious violation of Mr. Biden’s right to privacy.”
“The object of invading Mr. Biden’s privacy and disseminating his data was not for any legitimate purpose but to cause harm and embarrassment to Mr. Biden,” the claim continues.
From Business Insider:
The claim responds to Mac Isaac’s original lawsuit filed against Biden, CNN, Politico and Rep. Adam Schiff, alleging each of them had knowingly spread false and defamatory statements about the shop owner and where the laptop data came from.
In his suit, Mac Isaac claimed that Biden never returned to the shop to retrieve the data from his damaged electronics in April 2019, and after 90 days, the laptop was deemed abandoned, according to his shop’s authorization form.
Hunter’s desperate move comes as House Oversight Chair Rep. James Comer (R-KY) continues to uncover new and potentially incriminating details about Biden’s overseas business dealings.
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