As recently reported by the New York Times, a federal grand jury has continued to examine various forms of evidence in a wide-ranging exam of Hunter Biden’s global business dealings.
The investigation is continuing in spite of the fact that Hunter Biden recently paid off an extremely large tax liability owed to the United States government.
However, a tax inquiry probe that began under the Obama administration broadened its scope in 2018 to account for potentially criminal violations of tax laws, including legislation pertaining to money laundering and foreign lobbying.
Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that a federal grand jury, as recently as last month, listened to testimony in from two different witnesses at a courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware.
One of the witnesses was formerly employed by Hunter Biden for some type of venture.
After his father, Joe Biden, defeated Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, Hunter Biden admitted that he was under investigation due to ongoing tax liabilities, among other factors.
At this point in time, it is not entirely clear if the criminal probe is focusing exclusively on Hunter Biden, or if the criminal probe is focusing upon a host of different organizations and companies being analyzed for potential violations of the law.
Moreover, varied sources have also started informing the New York Times that different prosecutors have been inquiring about possible violations of Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) legislation.
These inquiries are particularly valid given Hunter Biden’s notorious employment with an energy company based in Ukraine, in particularly the enormous monthly sums he received in exchange for unknown services.