There was no laptop, you guys. It was an external drive.
Hunter Biden filed a civil lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani and Robert Costello, who used to represent the former mayor, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Biden claimed there was no laptop. Kind of like there was no spoon in The Matrix, right?
There was no laptop, and the defendants annihilated Hunter’s digital privacy:
1. Defendants are among those who have been primarily responsible for what has been described as the “total annihilation” of Plaintiff’s digital privacy. They also are among those who have been primarily responsible for the “total annihilation” of Plaintiff’s data. For the past many months and even years, Defendants have dedicated an extraordinary amount of time and energy toward looking for, hacking into, tampering with, manipulating, copying, disseminating, and generally obsessing over data that they were given that was taken or stolen from Plaintiff’s devices or storage platforms, including what Defendants claim to have obtained from Plaintiff’s alleged “laptop” computer.
2. Defendants themselves admit that their purported possession of a “laptop” is in fact not a “laptop” at all. It is, according to their own public statements, an “external drive” that Defendants were told contained hundreds of gigabytes of Plaintiff’s personal data. At least some of the data that Defendants obtained, copied, and proceeded to hack into and tamper with belongs to Plaintiff. But Plaintiff’s data was manipulated, altered and damaged before it was copied and sent to Defendants; and Defendants’ illegal hacking and tampering has involved further alterations and damage to the data to a degree that is presently unknown to Plaintiff.
Hunter alleges Giuliani and Costello violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, California’s Computer Data Access and Fraud Act, and California’s Unfair Competition Law.
Hunter wants the defendants to cease their “unlawful activities with respect to Plaintiff’s data and return any data in their possession belonging to Plaintiff, but they have refused to do so.” He also says their “statements suggest that their unlawful hacking activities are ongoing today and that, unless stopped, will continue into the future, thereby necessitating this action.”
I guess since the Russian hacking/misinformation narrative didn’t work out, the Bidens have to take another route…three years later.
I also don’t see any denial that the material on the laptop belonged to Hunter.
“Although the precise timing and manner by which Defendants obtained Plaintiff’s data remains unknown to Plaintiff, there is no dispute that Defendants have, at least to some extent, accessed, tampered with, manipulated, altered, copied and damaged Plaintiff’s data, and that their actions are illegal, unauthorized, and without Plaintiff’s consent,” the lawsuit states.
John Paul Mac Isaac, also known as Mac Isaac, said Hunter dropped off the laptop at his shop in April 2019.
Mac Isaac became the laptop owner because Hunter never picked it up despite Mac Isaac’s constant attempts to contact him.
The work order allowed Mac Isaac to access the laptop’s information to recover data.DONATE
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