Hunter Biden Trial Bombshell

(TheProudRepublic.com) – In a bombshell development from the gun trial of Hunter Biden, Hallie Biden, his former partner and the widow of his brother, is scheduled to testify regarding her involvement in using crack cocaine with the notorious first son.

Hallie Biden’s upcoming testimony was announced by prosecutor Derek Hines during the initial statements of the gun trial on Tuesday, Breitbart News reports.

50-year-old Hallie was romantically linked to Hunter in 2018, during which she discovered a Colt Cobra .38 handgun in Hunter’s truck parked outside her residence, as outlined by the prosecution.

She subsequently disposed of the firearm in a trash bin at a nearby grocery store, the prosecutors detailed.

Photographic evidence from Hunter’s discarded laptop indicates that he was using crack cocaine at the time he acquired the firearm. It has also been alleged that the Secret Service played a role in the investigation of this incident.

Hunter Biden faces three charges: one count of making a false statement during the purchase of a firearm, one count of firearm possession by an individual unlawfully using or addicted to a controlled substance, and one count of making a false statement concerning records required to be maintained by a federally licensed firearms dealer.

According to court reporters, Hines noted that while Hallie’s testimony could be potentially “embarrassing,” it remains essential for the case.

The prosecution plans to bring forward several other key witnesses.

Among them is Gordon Cleveland, who sold the firearm to Hunter at Starquest Shooters, as reported by NBC News.

Additionally, Hines disclosed that both Hallie Biden and Zoe Kestan, another individual previously involved with Hunter, will be providing their testimonies under immunity agreements.

Further testimony will come from Kathleen Buhle, Hunter Biden’s ex-wife, with whom he has three daughters.

Buhle, who has not been involved in drug use, will testify without any immunity agreement.

In detailing the charges against Hunter, Hines particularly highlighted that Hunter’s possession of the firearm for 11 days was not a voluntary action.

“The only reason he had the gun for 11 days is because Hallie took it from him,” he said.

The court has imposed restrictions on media coverage inside the courtroom, prohibiting television, audio recordings, and Slack communications during Hunter’s trial.

Therefore, court reporters are dependent on using handwritten notes, runners, or exiting the courthouse to relay information, as reported by CNN.

The legal proceedings are formally titled United States v. Hunter Biden, case number 24-1703.

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