Hunter Just Got The BAD News…

Hunter Biden has been found guilty on all three gun charges by a Delaware jury after a relatively short period of deliberation. This verdict is significant as it demonstrates Hunter’s decision to take the risk of going to trial instead of accepting a revised plea deal that was offered in the summer of 2023.

According to court filings, Hunter could potentially face a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison and fines amounting to $750,000. However, the actual sentencing guidelines are yet to be determined, as there is typically a delay of two to three months between conviction and sentencing in the federal system. Legal experts speculate that if convicted on all counts, Hunter could potentially be sentenced to around a year in prison.

The judge presiding over Hunter’s gun trial, Maryellen Noreika, recently handed down a one-year sentence to a defendant in a similar gun case. Despite the defense’s request for a six-month sentence, Noreika ultimately decided on a one-year term. The government has charged Hunter with one count of making a false statement in the purchase of a firearm, one count of possessing a firearm while being an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance, and one count of making a false statement related to information required by a federal firearms licensed dealer.

Evidence suggests that Hunter was using crack cocaine at the time of purchasing the firearm in 2018, as indicated by various photos found on his abandoned laptop. Additionally, the gun was discovered discarded in a public trash can near a school. It has been alleged that the Secret Service intervened in the investigation of this incident.

During the trial, the prosecution presented ten witnesses, while the defense only called one witness, Naomi Biden Neal. However, Neal’s testimony seemed to have a negative impact on Hunter’s case, as it appeared to portray him as “erratic” in the eyes of the jury, according to court reporters.

Legal experts had warned that Hunter’s defense team may have been hoping for jury nullification. This occurs when jurors, despite acknowledging the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, choose to disregard their oath and find the defendant not guilty. It seems that the defense’s strategy largely revolved around portraying Hunter as a victim of certain circumstances.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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1 month ago

Joe fears the anti-gun faction of his party, the Communists! He has promised to NOT pardon his son.
However, in a positively brilliant move, Donald Trump announced that, when elected President, HE WILL PARDON HUNTER!

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