Hunter Biden inves­ti­ga­tion: Inves­ti­ga­tors appear to have con­sid­ered sex traf­fick­ing charges against first son

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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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