FBI veteran conducts signature analysis on Hunter Biden laptop repair receipt
The 2019 computer repair invoice apparently signed by Hunter Biden is not a forgery, a retired FBI agent concluded.
Wayne Barnes, a 29-year FBI veteran, issued a 24-page report analyzing the signature on the paperwork for a laptop and hard drive given to a computer shop in Delaware for repairs in April 2019. He compared the “RHB” signature, which feasibly stands for Robert Hunter Biden, with other documents known to have been signed by Biden, who is under federal investigation.
“The general pattern and flow of the signature matches the other known signatures from RHB,” assessed Barnes, who is now a private investigator in Florida, in the report commissioned by Just the News that goes into detail about the fashioning of the letters and the autograph’s “psychological implications.”
The 51-year-old son of President Joe Biden has never denied the authenticity of the computer materials that offer a look into his personal life and business dealings, and he has never directly addressed the computer repair invoice.
John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer store owner, said the hardware was never retrieved by the owner, and the laptop and hard drive were seized by the FBI through a grand jury subpoena dated December 2019.
“This just confirms what we have known for months,” Brian Della Rocca, a lawyer for Mac Isaac, told Just the News about the signature analysis. “Hopefully, those who refused to believe John Paul will now give him the credit he deserves. John Paul has always known that it was Hunter Biden who came into his shop on that fateful day, even if Hunter cannot remember.”
One copy of the hardware’s contents was obtained by Rudy Giuliani, then a personal lawyer to former President Donald Trump, and the contents have been shared with various media outlets.
On a media blitz for his memoir about his struggle with drug addiction, Beautiful People, the younger Biden said he didn’t know if the laptop was his and falsely claimed the U.S. intelligence community concluded the story surrounding the device was “Russian disinformation.”
Concerns about Hunter Biden gained broader attention late last year after multiple outlets reported he is being investigated by the Justice Department in connection with his taxes and possible overseas business with China.
Biden said in April he was “cooperating completely” with the investigation and insisted he is “100% certain” he will be cleared of wrongdoing.
“All I can do is cooperate and trust in the process,” the president’s son added.
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Original Author: Daniel Chaitin