Report: Joe Biden’s family members have prior arrests for drugs and drunk driving. Why no jail time?

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NEW YORK, NY – The Biden family apparently has a long list of criminal history, although, Joe Biden, himself does not. The strange thing about the criminal history is that not one Biden has served time in jail or prison for their offenses.

They must have a really good lawyer.

The list of family members consists of:

Frank Biden – Brother, 66

Charges: DUI in Florida in 2003, Six months on probation; petty theft in Florida in 2003, dropped; driving with a suspended license in Florida in 2004, three months in rehab.

Hunter Biden – Son, 50

Charges: Drug possession in New Jersey in 1988. Pretrial intervention program, records expunged.

Ashley Biden – Daughter, 39

Charges: Pot possession in New Orleans in 1999. No conviction recorded; attempting to obstruct a police officer in Chicago in 2002, dropped.

Caroline Biden – Niece, 33

Charges: Resisting arrest, obstruction of government administration, harassment in NYC, 2012, case dismissed; grand and petty larceny in NYC in 2017, two years on probation, restitution of $110,000 in stolen credit card charges.

These are just a few of the cases New York Post News reported on Saturday.

Niece Caroline was arrested again in August 2019 in Lower Merion Township, PA for DUI and driving without a license, public records show.

This case is still active, but it does not appear that she will have to sit in jail as a sentence.

This recent arrest puts the total number of arrests for the family at nine. All the cases range from felony theft to drug possession, and all were thrown out or resulted in less severe sentencing and no incarceration.

This information was gathered from a New York Post News review of public records and published reports.

Caroline, the daughter to younger brother James Biden, Sr. was arrested in 2013 for hitting an NYPD officer because she was emotionally overwhelmed by the argument she was having with her roommate over rent.

Caroline agreed to anger management treatment and the case was dismissed.

The New York Post News interviewed Criminal Defense Attorney, Robert Barnes about the Biden cases.

Barnes commented:

“Eric Garner or Geroge Floyd on the day each died could have benefited from the Biden touch. This was very unusual treatment when looking at the … treatment over time, geography, and kind of crime involved.”

Barnes is representing Central Park ‘Karen’ Amy Cooper at this time.

The New York Post News also interviewed Biden’s campaign spokesman TJ Ducklo about the arrests. They asked if ever contacted law enforcement on behalf of the family members arrested.

Ducklo said:

“No he didn’t, and this entire story is garbage.”

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Daughter Ashley’s run-ins with the police started back in 1999 at Tulane University. She was busted for possession of marijuana. This arrest was confirmed by police, with no conviction in court records. Joe Biden was Delaware Senator at the time.

Ten years later, Ashley was accused of snorting cocaine due to a video that was circulating where a woman resembling Ashley was seen doing the drug. No legal consequences came of this incident.

In 2002, Ashley was arrested for obstructing an officer and making intimidating statements, after a bottle-throwing fight outside a bar in Chicago; charges were dropped. The New York Post News attempted to speak with Ashley, but she hung up.

Frank Biden, 66, was arrested for stealing two DVDs from a Florida Blockbuster store in 2003. He put the DVDs in his pants when he was 49 years old. He never showed up for court and the state attorney decided to not prosecute.

Frank had other run ins with the law surrounding his alcohol abuse and driving under the influence. In 2003 and 2004 he was arrested for DUI and driving without a license. He agreed to rehabilitation for three months.

In 1999, Frank was a passenger in a fatal drunk driving accident. He was found partially liable for the death of William Albano. Frank owes the Albanos $1 million. Frank Biden is a senior advisor to Berman Law Group and made not comments to the New York Post News. However, he has stated other times that he has been “sober for a long time.”

Son, Hunter Biden has a long history of drug abuse which started in 1988. This was a time when Joe Biden was advocating for “get tough” on drugs in the War on Drugs, pushing for tough sentencing laws for drug users.

In 2006, Hunter said:

“I was cited for possession of a controlled substance in Stone Harbor, NJ. There was a pre-trial intervention and the record was expunged.”

Hunter made this comment about the 1988 incident after being nominated to serve on the Amtrak Reform Board.

The same year that Hunter was arrested, Senator Biden voted for the Anti-Drug Abuse Act, focusing on the use of crack cocaine, becoming the only narcotic with a mandatory sentence for possession. Hunter was also accused of smoking crack in 2018 at the Archibald’s Gentlemen’s Club in Washington, D.C.

He has been in rehab six times for both alcohol and drugs. The New York Post News reported Hunter admitting to being addicted to crack for four years.

He has never spent a day incarcerated.

Here’s more on Hunter Biden brought to you in December of 2019 by Law Enforcement Today regarding his alleged drug use.

President Trump is getting impeached for what? For a phone call to the president of Ukraine about possible illegal activities by Joe Biden and his son Hunter? For asking President Zelensky to “look into” the activities of the Biden’s?

Well check this out. According to documents filed in an Arkansas court, Hunter Biden, the youngest son of former VP and current Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, is reportedly the subject of “multiple criminal investigations.”

According to a story in the New York Post, Biden is being investigated regarding allegations of “fraud, money-laundering and a counterfeiting scheme.” The documents were filed relative to a paternity case that has been filed in Arkansas.

The paternity case showed that Biden had fathered a child with Lunden Alexis Roberts, based on a DNA test that showed with “scientific certainty” that Biden was the father of the child. Biden had denied having relations with Roberts and took the test to prove that he wasn’t the child’s father.

Hunter Biden has been a busy boy.

The child was born in August 2018 while he was in a relationship with the widow of his older brother Beau, who died from brain cancer in 2015.

That couple broke up, and Roberts filed the paternity suit in May of this year, about two weeks after Biden married Melissa Cohen, 16 years his junior after only six-days.

The claims against Biden relative to the fraud, money laundering and counterfeiting schemes were made by a Florida-based private investigations firm, D&A Investigations.

The allegations were struck down by a judge due to the fact they were filed by an “intervener” according to court papers. Biden had filed a motion to throw out the claims, saying that they weren’t germane to the paternity case and were filed “simply to make scandalous allegations in the pending suit to gain some media attention.”

The Post goes on to say that one of the investigations was related to Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company where an unqualified Hunter Biden was on the board of directors while his father was vice president.

This arrangement has drawn allegations if impropriety both from congressional Republicans as well as from President Trump.

According to the private investigator Biden “established bank and financial accounts with Morgan Stanley” for a “money laundering scheme” involving Burisma Holdings Limited.

According to the court documents, nearly $6.8 million was transferred from Burisma to the Morgan Stanley account between March 2014 and December 2015. Biden joined Burisma’s board of directors in March 2014. How ironic is that?

The court documents also make the claim that Biden and a group of business associates “utilized a counterfeiting scheme to conceal” the payments.

The charges against the President Trump initially evolved from so-called Russia collusion in the 2016 election. Special Counsel Robert Mueller found that no such collusion existed, at least between President Trump and Russia.

The impeachment charade then pivoted to Ukraine after a so-called “whistleblower” came forward and alleged that the president had asked President Zelensky of Ukraine to investigate the Biden’s in exchange for the release of military aid to that country and a promised White House meeting with the president.

After the allegations became public, President Trump released a transcript of the call, in which he asked President Zelensky to “look into” criminal activity related to the 2016 election, did mention the Biden’s once, and never suggested that neither military aid to Ukraine would be withheld, nor the anticipated meeting between the leaders would be canceled if Zelensky didn’t cooperate.

The aid was never withheld, and the meeting took place as scheduled. Ukraine never investigated the matter as President Trump had asked, therefore any claim of this being a “quid pro quo” or “bribery” is ridiculous.

The Burisma tie in concerns Hunter Biden’s position as a paid board member. The founder of Burisma was a political associate of then Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who was pro-Russia and who was ousted in February 2014. When Yanukovich was ousted, the owner of Burisma, Mykola Zlochevsky began facing numerous corruption charges involving Burisma.

At the time, Joe Biden had been designated to lead Obama administration policy towards Ukraine. Joe Biden in 2016 threatened to withhold $1 billion in loan guarantees from Ukraine unless they fired the prosecutor who was looking into Zlochevsky and Burisma.

At the time Hunter Biden was appointed to the board of Burisma, and getting paid up to $83,000 per month, Burisma was trying to suck up to western leaders in order to prevent scrutiny of its business practices.

By putting Hunter Biden on the board, the company was hoping to protect itself from being looked at by foreign countries. Ironically, the same month that Hunter Biden was put on Burisma’s board, Great Britain froze accounts belonging to Zlochevsky, who was suspected of money laundering.

After the prosecutor, Viktor Shokin was fired, his successor dropped the investigation into Burisma and Zlochevsky. So, let’s see, the vice president threatens to withhold aid unless Ukraine fires a prosecutor who is looking into the company of which his son is a board member. The prosecutor gets fired. The money is then released. Can you say quid pro quo?

Last month, as the impeachment charade started in the U.S. House of Representatives, Ukraine announced that they were revisiting the investigation into Burisma and Zlochevsky.

Zlochevsky is suspected of using his governmental office to approve oil and gas licenses to Burisma and violating Ukraine’s tax and money laundering laws while attempting to hide his business empire, according to the Daily Mail.

The bottom line is that Hunter Biden had ZERO experience in the energy industry or Ukraine prior to his appointment to the board of Burisma.

Also, according to Peter Schweizer, senior contributor at Breitbart News in his book, Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends, Hunter Biden’s background in investment banking, lobbying and hedge fund management paled in comparison to that of current and past members of Burisma’s board of directors.

He was clearly there to act as a buffer between Burisma and Ukraine’s government investigators.

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck. Clearly Hunter Biden’s only qualification for an $83,000 a month gig on Burisma’s board was the fact that his daddy was the vice president of the United States.

According to Ukraine’s new prosecutor general Ruslan Ryaboshapka:

“We are now reviewing all cases which were closed, fragmented or investigated earlier in order to make a decision on cases where illegal procedural decisions were taken.”

It will be interesting to see how many roads lead straight back to Hunter and Joe Biden.

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