Judge Tosses Lawsuit Filed By Hunter Biden’s Laptop Repairman Against Schiff
View Source | March 24, 2023 3:40 pm
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- A federal judge threw out a defamation lawsuit brought against Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) by the owner of a Delaware computer repair shop where Hunter Biden dropped off and left behind his now-infamous laptop hard drive in April 2019.
- Repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac had filed the lawsuit in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware against Schiff, Hunter Biden, CNN, and Politico in October 2022. Schiff had attempted to dismiss the Hunter Biden laptop stories published by the New York Post in October 2020 as nothing but a “smear” from the “Kremlin.”
- “Schiff had not received reports that the Hunter Biden laptop information was part of a Russian disinformation campaign; therefore, Schiff knowingly and intentionally made the false statements,” Mac Isaac said in his lawsuit, adding, “Schiff knowingly conveyed false information with the intent to harm the reputation of” Mac Isaac. Mac Isaac had asked for damages of $1.5 million to replace his “lost income resulting from Schiff’s false and defamatory statements.”
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