CIA blocked federal investigators from interviewing Hunter Biden’s friend/lawyer

by | Mar 21, 2024

A whistleblower has informed House impeachment leaders that the CIA had prohibited federal investigators from interviewing Hunter Biden's “sugar brother” Kevin Morris during a five-year investigation into Hunter’s alleged tax crimes.

According to a letter sent to CIA Director William Burns on Thursday, the whistleblower informed them that the intelligence agency had stopped IRS and Justice Department investigators from interviewing Morris, a Hollywood lawyer and protector of Hunter.

The whistleblower informed Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) that two DOJ officials had been summoned to the CIA's Langley, Virginia, and that Morris “could not be a witness” for their investigation into Hunter Biden.

The Republican lawmakers added that the account seemed to support their concerns about DOJ's derogations from standard procedure, which were discovered as evidence during their impeachment investigation into his father, Joe Biden.

The lawmakers requested the CIA provide all documents in its possession relating to Hunter Biden's or Kevin Morris’ DOJ and IRS investigation.

The Justice Department allegedly interfered by preventing other witnesses from giving testimony, and by preventing tax investigators from asking questions that could lead to Biden, according to two IRS whistleblowers last year.

Read the letter to CIA director William Burns here.

Source: The New York Post

 

 

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