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Hunter Biden Prosecutor Forced to Make Confession in Court, Judge Orders Him to ‘Sit Down’

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According to the transcript, the Department of Justice under the Biden administration acknowledged during Wednesday’s hearing that there is no precedent for the aspect of Hunter Biden’s pretrial diversion agreement that precluded prosecution for crimes unrelated to the case.

The agreement, which was rejected by Judge Maryellen Noreika on Wednesday, included two documents: a plea agreement for two misdemeanor tax charges and a diversion agreement allowing the son of President Joe Biden to avoid jail time for a felony firearms charge.

The judge was referring to paragraph 15 of the diversion agreement, which stated that the United States would not prosecute Hunter Biden for any crime “encompassed by the attached Statement of Facts” in the diversion agreement or plea bargain, according to the written agreement obtained by Politico.

Under Noreika’s questioning in U.S. District Court in Wilmington, Delaware, DOJ prosecutor Leo Wise verified he was “not aware” of a precedent for a plea agreement in which the defendant agrees not to be prosecuted for future offenses unrelated to the case or diverted charges, according to the hearing transcript.

Moreover, the judge saw from the beginning that the plea deal was unusual, noting early on that there are “some provisions in those agreements that are not standard and are different from what I normally see.”

“So have you ever seen — I think I just asked you this, but have you ever seen a Diversion Agreement where the agreement not to prosecute is so broad that it encompasses crimes in a different case?” Noreika asked, according to the transcript.

“No,” Wise replied. “And I would say, Your Honor, I don’t think it is broad in the sense that —”

“We’re going to talk about that. You can sit down,” the judge interjected.

Hunter Biden Hearing Transc… by The Western Journal

Moreover, at another point, Wise confirmed that an investigation is “ongoing” into Hunter Biden.

He responded “yes” when asked if the government could file a charge under the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

For his business transactions in Ukraine and China, Hunter Biden could have been required to register as a foreign agent under FARA.

2014 saw the appointment of Hunter Biden to the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma.

According to an FBI report released last week by GOP legislators, the CEO of the company, Mykola Zlochevsky, informed a confidential FBI source that Bien was appointed to “protect us through his father from all types of problems.”

Moreover, according to a Senate report, CCP-affiliated CEFC China Energy paid approximately $5 million to Hunter Biden-affiliated businesses in 2017, transactions that Republicans allege were for influence trafficking.

According to the plea agreement, in 2017 Hunter earned “just under $1 million from a company he formed with the CEO of a Chinese business conglomerate; $666,666 from his domestic business interests; approximately $664,000 from a Chinese infrastructure investment company; $500,000 in director’s fees from a Ukrainian energy company; $70,000 relating to a Romanian business; and $48,000 from the multi-national law firm.”

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