Throughout the ongoing saga of Hunter Biden and his infamous laptop, corporate media has appeared to be one of the first son’s greatest accomplices in covering up for his alleged misdeeds.
Now, one outlet is reporting with “100% certainty” what could have been verified in the days leading up to the 2020 presidential election after recovering more than 168,000 deleted files from a duplicate version of Biden’s hard drive.
On June 1, 2022, the Washington Examiner requested former Secret Service agent Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos conduct a “data deletion analysis” of their copy of the laptop. In so doing, within a week’s time, the retired agent had recovered thousands of deleted files comprised of system files, application files and, in some cases, duplicates of user files.
The retired agent explained, “In order for user-created data — including personal photographs, bank records, invoices, business records, third-party data such as the driver’s licenses of other person, chat conversations, and medical records, as examples — to exist within the unallocated hard drive space, the computer user would have had to manually delete the files. Any Robert Hunter Biden recovered files in unallocated space was there as a result of deletions by the user ‘roberthunter.'”
What this means is that, through his examination, Dimitrelos can affirm without a doubt that Hunter Biden “was the only person responsible for the activity on this hard drive and all of its stored data.”
The prompt turnaround on this request from the Washington Examiner demonstrates it needn’t have taken outlets like The New York Times two years to verify the authenticity of the “laptop from hell.” To further support his findings, Dimitrelos outlined his credentials by detailing his now 26 years of experience as one of the first certified computer forensics specialists in the United States.
He also noted that he has been contracted by the U.S. Department of Justice-U.S. Attorney’s Office since 2007 “to conduct cyber investigations and cyber and cellular forensics and collect, examine, investigate and testify in cyber and cellular cases for all federal agencies and more than 40 state and local police departments.”
Having personally conducted more than 3,000 forensic exams, Dimitrelos has also been responsible for the training of more than 2,000 law enforcement personnel and has testified in state, federal and international courts on more than 100 occasions.
The retired agent went on to report, “There are many attachments, screenshots, and other identified files which are not recoverable. This is because unallocated space becomes free space for new files to be copied to, thus overwriting the previous file data.”
However, within the recovered data, there were files that expand upon the financial dealings of Biden between 2018 and 2019 like a screenshot of a wire transfer of $2,900 to his ex-wife Kathleen Buhle and an invoice from former Fox News contributor Keith Ablow for $13,600 of psychotherapy from November to December 2018.
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Dimitrelos also shared a claim made by Jack Maxey, a former podcast co-host with Steve Bannon, who contended he recovered “450 gigabytes of erased material.” The former agent said the maximum storage capacity of the laptop was only 234 gigabytes.
In closing, Dimitrelos added that because of the volume of files gleaned from the hard drive, “I will continue my analysis and may supplement this report on a later date.”
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