Hunter Biden Backs Off From Giuliani After…

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden is seemingly dropping his lawsuit accusing Rudy Giuliani and the former New York City mayor’s ex-lawyer of manipulating data found on his infamous laptop via NY Post.



It has come to light that Biden’s lawyer Abbe Lowell filed the stipulation for dismissal Thursday in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. The attorney asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit against Giuliani and Robert Costello “without prejudice, with each party bearing its own attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses.”

Attorneys for all three parties have agreed to the stipulation, court documents indicate. It is noted that the lawsuit claimed that Giuliani and Costello violated the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act when they allegedly hacked and manipulated data on the abandoned laptop in a “total annihilation” of the disgraced first son’s “digital privacy.”

The lawsuit filed in last September, sought more than $75,000 in damages, plus attorneys’ fees and other penalties.

“This dismissal – along with Hunter Biden’s conviction based on evidence taken from the laptop – is a vindication for Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Costello as well as all of the media outlets who broke the laptop story in 2020 and suffered orchestrated censorship by social media, the leftist mainstream media, and others who engaged in election interference,” Giuliani’s attorney Joe Sibley said in a statement to The Post.

Sibley argued that Biden’s legal team agreed to dismiss the lawsuit because “they know they have problems on the merits.”

The motion to dismiss the suit must be approved by US District Judge Jessica Clarke before it is finalized. Biden was convicted of three felony counts Tuesday in relation to lying about his drug use when he purchased a Colt Cobra revolver from a Delaware gun shop in October 2018.  The government used data taken from his infamous laptop – which he never picked up from a Wilmington, De., computer repair store in April 2019 – to prove its case that the first son was addicted to crack cocaine when he bought the firearm.

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