The U.S. Secret Service has located hundreds of pages of records tied to Hunter Biden’s handgun which was found in a dumpster behind a Delaware grocery store. The discovery could spell major problems for the president’s son as it states, “Hunter Biden’s sister-in-law, Hallie Biden, reportedly threw his handgun in a trash container in Delaware in 2020. Agents with the Secret Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) were reportedly involved.” Hunter and Hallie, the wife of Hunter’s late brother Beau, were reportedly having an affair at the time.
The news of the documents currently possessed by the USSS comes after a transparency group called Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Secret Service asking for records related to the incident. After refusing to provide the group with any information, Judicial Watch sued and the USSS finally divulged that more than 100 records have been located pertaining to the case.
“Since the Complaint was filed, the Parties have conferred about the intended scope of Judicial Watch’s FOIA request and, in response, USSS has run supplemental searches and located over 100 records, totaling over 400 pages, potentially responsive to Judicial Watch’s request under the clarified understanding of that request,” the Secret Service and Judicial Watch said in a joint case report filed on Nov. 10 with the U.S. court in Washington, D.C.
Judicial Watch noted the U.S. Secret Service’s hesitancy to fully provide them with information at the onset.
“The Secret Service’s changing story on records raises additional questions about its role in the Hunter Biden gun incident,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton noted in a statement. “One thing is clear, Judicial Watch’s persistence means the public may get records that the Secret Service suggested didn’t exist.”