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Hunter Biden (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite), Garrett Ziegler talks Hunter Biden on YouTube (YouTube/Reporter.London screengrab)

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden responded to a motion to dismiss his California-based federal “hacking” lawsuit on Thursday by saying a former policy analyst in the Trump White House offered up a “surprisingly frank admission” in a sworn declaration that “proves Defendants’ unlawful data access as a matter of law.”

While Garrett Ziegler, the company Marco Polo, and 10 Does in December asserted the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) lawsuit is actually a strategic lawsuit against public participation which should be thrown out for seeking to chill “protected” First Amendment activity, Hunter Biden has countered that he’s suing the defendants “for their unlawful and unauthorized access to data, not for their use of the data to engage in data-related speech.”


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