Giuliani Cleared As Hunter Biden Drops Lawsuit Over Laptop Claims

Hunter Biden has moved to dismiss his lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, and his lawyer Robert Costello. This lawsuit alleged that Giuliani tampered with data found on Biden’s controversial laptop. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the motion seeks a dismissal “without prejudice,” allowing for potential refiling and stipulating that each side will cover its own legal expenses.

The dismissal follows recent testimony by FBI agent Erika Jensen during Hunter Biden’s gun trial. Jensen confirmed that the laptop, which had been a focal point of political controversy, was genuine and free from tampering, effectively debunking claims of data manipulation or Russian disinformation.

Giuliani’s attorney, Joe Sibley, praised the motion as a clear indicator that the media and social media giants engaged in election interference during the 2020 presidential race.

Sibley pointed out that these entities falsely branded the New York Post’s story about the laptop as “hacked” or “disinformation,” thus hindering public access to critical information.

He highlighted that the dismissal, along with Hunter Biden’s conviction based on the laptop evidence, serves as a vindication for Giuliani, Costello, and the journalists who reported the story.

The original New York Post article, written by Emma-Jo Morris, encountered widespread skepticism and was suppressed by many media outlets and social media platforms. Shortly after its publication in October 2020, CNN’s Natasha Bertrand authored a Politico article that cited “dozens of former intel officials,” suggesting the laptop story was a Russian disinformation effort. This narrative was used by then-presidential candidate Joe Biden to dismiss the laptop’s contents during a debate with Donald Trump.

It took over 500 days for many in the media to acknowledge the inaccuracies in the Politico story. Nevertheless, Fox News reports that none of the intelligence officials who signed a letter labeling the laptop story as “Russian disinformation” have retracted their statements.

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