The Washington Times: Hunter Biden Vulnerable To Federal Charges For Unpaid Taxes From His $1M-A-Year Job In Ukraine

The Washington Times

President Biden’s son Hunter Biden has not dodged potential criminal charges for the taxes he failed to pay while serving on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings nearly a decade ago.

Special counsel David Weiss, the lead prosecutor in Hunter Biden’s ongoing tax fraud case, let the statute of limitations expire for not paying $124,000 in taxes on his roughly $1 million Burisma salary in 2014. Critics say the move was intended to shield the Bidens from a case that may have exposed evidence of influence peddling involving then-Vice President Joseph R. Biden.

“This is a crucial test for Weiss,” said Mike Davis, a former counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee and president of the Article III Project, which advocates for constitutionalist judges and the rule of law.

“If Weiss intends to restore any integrity to his investigation, he must immediately and aggressively move forward with all readily probable charges against Hunter, including related to foreign bribery and corruption, being an unregistered foreign agent, wire fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy,” Mr. Davis said.

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