House Republicans File Lawsuit Against Two DOJ Officials for Noncompliance in Hunter Biden Probe – EVOL

The House Judiciary Committee has initiated legal proceedings against two officials from the Department of Justice (DOJ). On Thursday, they filed a lawsuit citing noncompliance with subpoenas related to the investigation into Hunter Biden.

The individuals in question, Mark Daly, a senior litigation counsel, and Jack Morgan, a trial attorney in the DOJ’s Tax Division, are facing allegations of disobeying directives to participate in depositions issued by the committee.

Gary Shapley, an IRS criminal investigator turned whistleblower who was present at the June meeting, has testified to Congress alleging that the Tax Division opposed pursuing charges against Biden during the discussed meeting.

As per the complaint:

“The Committee requires testimony from both Mark Daly and Jack Morgan, two current or former Tax Division attorneys who have firsthand knowledge of the irregularities in DOJ’s investigation that appear to have benefited Hunter Biden.

For example, as members of the team that recommended what charges to bring against Hunter Biden, Daly and Morgan initially agreed that DOJ should file charges for tax crimes related to 2014 and 2015. But months later, they gave a key presentation and argued just the opposite—that Hunter Biden should not be charged for tax



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