ALERT: CIA Interfered in Hunter’s Case

( – In a new development showing the criminal probe into scandalous First Son Hunter Biden might be more complicated than publicly known, one of the IRS whistleblowers in the case has disclosed that the CIA is also involved in it.

In an affidavit released by the House Ways and Means Committee, IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley detailed an incident where the CIA seemed to direct Assistant United States Attorney for Delaware, Lesley Wolf, to prevent an IRS investigation team from utilizing Kevin Morris, a lawyer known as Hunter Biden’s “sugar brother,” as a witness.

Shapley, who was leading an IRS Criminal Division investigation into Biden in August 2021, recounted that Wolf was called to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, along with DOJ Tax Attorney Jack Morgan.

There, discussions about Hunter Biden’s associate and patron, Kevin Morris, were held, The Daily Caller reports.

At that time, Shapley and his team were contemplating calling Morris as a witness in their case against Biden.

However, according to Shapley’s account, Wolf dismissed this possibility following the meeting.

“AUSA Wolf stated that they were provided a classified briefing in relation to Mr. Morris and as a result we could no longer pursue him as a witness,” Shapley declared in the affidavit.

Morris is known to have been a substantial financial supporter of Biden, having acquired 11 of his paintings and provided him with at least $5 million to assist with tax liabilities and personal expenses, as disclosed by Republican Rep. James Comer in a January press release.

Subsequently, Shapley requested that Wolf provide him with a classified briefing on the intelligence that led her to rule out Morris as a suitable witness.

Despite initially seeming willing to facilitate such a briefing, Wolf did not follow through, ignoring several of Shapley’s requests to arrange it.

“Although AUSA Wolf initially appeared to be receptive to facilitating a briefing for me on the information, she ignored multiple attempts by me to arrange the briefing,” Shapley asserted in the affidavit.

Further, Shapley observed a change in Wolf’s behavior upon her return from Langley, noting her display of CIA-branded items she had acquired.

“AUSA Wolf proudly referenced a CIA mug and stated that she purchased some CIA ‘swag’ at the gift shop while she was there,” Shapley remarked.

Shapley’s involvement in the investigation into Hunter Biden for potential violations of the criminal tax code concluded in May 2023 when the DOJ removed him from the case.

This followed his disclosure to Congress of alleged prosecutorial mismanagement concerning the investigation.

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