Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors considered the possibility of charging Hunter Biden for crimes involving sex trafficking, according to emails from an IRS whistleblower made available to the public by the House Ways and Means Committee.
The DOJ‘s Tax Division prosecutor, Jack Morgan, highlighted nine instancesof communication between President Joe Biden’s son and various prostitutes in an email to U.S. attorney Lesley Wolf in 2020, in which Hunter seemingly coordinated their travel across state lines.
The email points to two “likely” escorts who traveled across the country, one flying from Los Angeles to Boston and another from New York to Boston. A third woman is reported by Morgan as a self-described “hooker,” with indication that she flew from New Jersey to New York.
Morgan attached the email to multiple other anonymous individuals under the subject “Mann Act” – federal legislation that has forbidden the transportation of “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose” in the United States since 1910.
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