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634-Page Watchdog Report: Biden Used ‘Secret Email’ in 6 White Collar Crimes

President Joe Biden is listed as an ‘accomplice’ in six alleged white collar crimes in an explosive 634-page report on the contents of Hunter’s laptop by a right wing transparency organization, obtained exclusively by

The incendiary report by nonprofit Marco Polo, a right-wing transparency group, details accusations of 459 crimes allegedly committed by Hunter including prostitution offenses, distribution and possession of drugs, defrauding government agencies, illegal foreign lobbying and money laundering.

The report – published by founder Garrett Ziegler, a 26-year-old former Trump White House aide – claims that Joe is complicit in tax evasion, violations of the Presidential Records Act and the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), and using nonpublic information from a government job for financial gain.

The six incidents involving Joe listed in the report span from June 2010 to December 2016.

The report come days after reported a White House lawyer had sent Hunter and his business partner emails about then-Vice President Joe Biden’s taxes in 2010, calling into question the president’s claim that he had no financial link to his son.

Marco Polo’s report combs through the emails, texts and pictures from the First Son’s abandoned MacBook Pro in painstaking detail and is designed, according to Ziegler, as a guide for both law enforcement and congressional investigators for ‘what to subpoena’ to build a criminal case.

It has been sent to all 535 members of the House and the Senate.

Neither the White House nor Hunter’s lawyers responded to’s requests for comment.

But in combative text messages with a Marco Polo operative on Monday, Hunter’s Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris called the report a ‘package of libel.’

In one May 2016 email highlighted in the report, John S. Flynn, a senior advisor to the vice president sent Joe a schedule for his call with then-Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko – and copied Hunter in the message.

Hunter was on the board of Ukrainian gas company Burisma at the time.

‘Boss–8.45am prep for 9am call with Pres Poroshenko. Then we’re off to Rhode Island,’ the email said, and attached a Microsoft Word document with a briefing.

Marco Polo claims that copying Hunter in the VP’s schedule constitutes a use of nonpublic information from a government job for financial gain, which allegedly violates section 2635 of the US Code of Federal Regulations.

Flynn sent the message to an alias email address Joe used under the name ‘Robert Peters’.

The report claims Joe also ‘illegally utilized his private, alias email address’ under another pseudonym ‘Robin Ware’ in a 2012 conversation with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was then National Security Advisor to the VP.

The Presidential Records Act requires the VP to turn over all official records including government-related communications to the National Archives and Records Administration for preservation. It is unclear whether that occurred with emails on Joe’s private addresses.

Marco Polo claims that Joe was involved in attempted tax evasion by failing to declare to the IRS the alleged gift of having thousands of dollars of his personal bills paid by Hunter’s company.

The report points to June 2010 emails from Hunter’s business partner in his Rosemont Seneca consultancy, Eric Schwerin, which list $5,227.09 of bills including home maintenance and insurance.

‘I am not sure which ones are a priority and which should get paid out of ‘my’ account,’ Schwerin wrote.

Another email five days later shows money flowing between Hunter and Joe’s accounts.

Schwerin wrote: ‘Your Dad’s Delaware tax refund check came today. I am depositing it in his account and writing a check in that amount back to you since he owes it to you.’

The 634-page report claims to have identified 140 ‘business-related crimes’ by Hunter, 191 ‘sex-related’ and 128 ‘drug-related’.

Hunter is already facing an FBI investigation over alleged money laundering, tax crimes and illegal foreign lobbying.

The Washington Post reported this month that agents believe they have enough evidence for Delaware prosecutor David Weiss to charge Hunter with tax and gun crimes. stories are among the 2,020 footnotes in the wide-ranging Marco Polo report, which covers Hunter’s deals with Chinese intelligence-linked oil giant CEFC, allegedly corrupt Ukrainian gas firm Burisma, Russian oligarchs and Mexican billionaires.

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