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IRS Whistleblower’s Notes Confirm His Testimony About Hunter Biden Prosecutor

Lawyers for IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley released on Wednesday his personal handwritten notes from a critical meeting with U.S. Attorney David Weiss last October.

Shapley, a senior supervisory agent who worked the Hunter Biden investigation, testified to Congress that Weiss admitted in a meeting on Oct. 7, 2022, that he was not the “deciding official on whether charges are filed” against the first son. Senior FBI agent Thomas Sobocinski, who also attended that meeting, has challenged Shapely’s testimony, telling House investigators that he did not remember Weiss saying what Shapely claims.

Importantly, Sobocinski did not memorialize the meeting with notes or emails — but Shapely did.

“Weiss stated — He is not the deciding person,” Shapely wrote in notes taking during the Oct. 7 meeting.

The handwritten notes also corroborate another key allegation: that Weiss could not bring charges in other jurisdictions without receiving outside approval despite Attorney General Merrick Garland claiming that Weiss had ultimate authority to bring any charges against Hunter in any jurisdiction.

“USA CA — [Martin] Estrada in charge of authorizing these charges in that jurisdiction,” Shapley noted. “Weiss requested Special Counsel status in D.C. + Main DOJ said ‘no’ — follow the process.”

That Estrada, a Biden nominee, blocked Weiss from bringing charges against Hunter in the Central District of California was independently corroborated by the New York Times. Weiss’ decision to vacate charges against Hunter in Delaware — with the intention of refiling them in at least one of the other two jurisdictions — also strongly suggests that Weiss did not possess unilateral charging power, just as Shapley claimed.

Shapley’s handwritten notes are backed up by an email he sent to his IRS supervisor on Oct. 7, 2022, after the meeting. That email, which was released by the House Ways and Means Committee, is a transcription of the notes that Shapley took during the meeting.

The supervisor — D.C. IRS Special Agent in Charge Darrell Waldon — also attended the Oct. 7 meeting and told Shapley his notes “covered it all.”

House investigators have interviewed Waldon, and his testimony could be released as early as this week, CBS News reported.

READ 6 COMMENTS
  • HANG GARLAND TODAY!! says:

    Bottom line? GARLAND NEEDS TO BE REMOVED AND HUNG BY THE NECK UNTIL DEAD IN FRONT OF THE ENTIRE WORLD!!!
    OR AMERICA WILL DIE A BRUTAL FIERY DEATH. GARLAND BETTER HAVE THE ENTIRE CHINESE MILITARY FOR PROTECTION BECAUSE HIS DAYS HAVE RUN OUT.

  • Rosie A says:

    Weiss is the Biden’s lap dog. They say jump, he says how high? And beak nose Garland supposed to testify next week before Congress again. He’s gonna spin so much shit they’re gonna need a giant pooper scooper to clean up after him

  • See more says:

    Weiss did not have the say so on Hunter’s case. Biden and Garland had all the punches to keep him out of prison. Weiss is just the fall guy for them in case it didn’t work.

    • Robert A Roy says:

      come on the end result will be if and when Hunter is found guilty his dad will give him a full pardon. Isn’t that a kick in the nuts …

  • Spontaneous Combustion that an EV says:

    Read my lips buttwhip it’s not the tax payers problem your having car problems dud you have no right to force us taxpayers to fix your car problems! I just paid $997.00 to get my car serviced are you going to pay me back for that, of course not it’s not your responsibility even though your the secretary of the dept of transportation it’s called taking responsibility for your own problems not the hard working taxpayers who can’t even afford these death traps no thanks!

  • Stephanie says:

    Shapley deserves a Medal of Honor. It’s not often a Federal employee will risk their career to speak up and do what’s right. The Biden administration has made you think what the h_ _ _ is this government doing? Do we really need this form of government? Is he really doing right by the citizens (no). In a short time they have destroyed the dreams and hopes of their own citizens. Under Trump the country was making progress. You felt safe and secure. He did well in foreign relations; improvements to the Southern border; wasn’t uncontrolled inflation; gas prices were low; jobs were rebounding; there wasn’t a war in Ukraine (and there wouldn’t be today if he served a second term); the national debt would not be soring to the level it is today; innocent citizens would not be in jail while criminals run free; lives lost would probably still be here today (as killings by illegals are increasing, Afghanistan, unexplained relevant suicides); we would not be overrun with illegals draining taxpayer money for benefits they never earned; and so much more. Let’s hope that 2024 brings us a needed change so our Country will be great again. It will take one outstanding leader that puts this country first and not their self-interests. The joke use to be about $10 bread, well we’re getting close to that now. Let alone $5 per gallon gas on it’s way.

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