An email sent from an IRS agent revealed that sex trafficking charges against Hunter Biden appeared to be considered during the Department of Justice’s investigation into the first son.
The House Ways and Means Committee released the email from October 2020 among a batch of other documents Wednesday ahead of the House Oversight Committee’s first impeachment inquiry hearing against President Joe Biden.
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IRS tax crimes prosecutor Jack Morgan sent the email, which had classified names blacked out, to Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf under the subject line “Mann Act.”
The Mann Act is a 1910 law that forbids the transportation of “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose.” Morgan chronicles the travel of Hunter Biden with suspected escorts in the email, which included flights from Los Angeles International Airport to Boston’s Logan Airport and New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport back to Logan.
Wolf would subsequently forward the message to her associates, including IRS agent Joseph Ziegler, who would go on to appear at a hearing before the House Oversight Committee. No sex trafficking charges have been brought against Hunter Biden.
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