DOJ Claims To Have Found Cocaine Residue On Hunter Biden’s Gun Pouch

By Victor Winston, updated on January 17, 2024

In a recent development, the United States Justice Department disclosed a significant find in Hunter Biden's ongoing gun case.

According to a court filing, cocaine residue was found on Biden's gun pouch back in 2018. This revelation has become a pivotal piece of evidence for the prosecution.

Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, faces three criminal charges related to the illegal possession of a firearm. The indictment, however, does not include violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) or tax matters.

Chemical analysis confirms the presence of an illicit substance

The substance discovered in Biden's gun pouch was analyzed by an FBI chemist, who identified it as cocaine. This finding has bolstered the prosecution's case against Biden, who has had a public struggle with drug addiction in the past.

Hunter Biden has openly acknowledged his battle with crack cocaine addiction. In a startling admission, he even mentioned smoking substances he mistook for drugs, including parmesan cheese. These personal struggles are now intersecting with his legal battles.

Despite the damning evidence presented by the prosecution, Hunter Biden's legal defense maintains his innocence. They assert that Biden did not violate any laws and are fighting the charges vehemently.

The defense alleges political motives in the prosecution

The defense team has raised concerns about potential political motivations behind the charges. They contend that Biden was selectively targeted due to his father's high-profile political position. This claim, however, has been met with skepticism by the Justice Department.

Prosecutors have refuted the notion of any improper political motivation in pursuing the case against Biden. They have firmly stated that the charges are a direct result of Biden's actions, not a product of political machinations.

In July of last year, Hunter Biden made a decisive move by refusing a plea deal offered by the prosecutors. This deal would have seen him serve probation instead of facing possible jail time. The decision to reject the offer led to further proceedings in the case.

Charges stem from individual choices, say prosecutors

Prosecutors have emphasized that the charges against Hunter Biden are a consequence of his personal decisions. They argue that the case is not influenced by his familial connections or political considerations.

The court filings quote a statement that highlights the gravity of the situation: "To be clear, investigators found drugs on the pouch where the defendant had kept his gun." This direct reference to the physical evidence underscores the challenges facing Biden's defense.

Furthermore, the Justice Department has dismissed the defense's allegations of political bias. They assert there is no evidence to suggest that the prosecution was initiated for an 'improper political purpose' or influenced by President Biden or the Attorney General.

Conclusion

The U.S. Justice Department revealed that cocaine residue was found on Biden's gun pouch in 2018, bolstering the prosecution's case. Biden, who has publicly struggled with drug addiction, faces three criminal charges related to illegal firearm possession but not for FARA violations or tax issues.

The substance was confirmed as cocaine by an FBI chemist, adding weight to the charges against Biden. His defense team, however, disputes the charges and suggests political motivations behind the prosecution.

Rejecting a plea deal in July, Biden now faces the possibility of jail time, with prosecutors emphasizing that the charges stem from his personal actions, not political bias.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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