Jack Maxey was the first person to receive a full hard drive copy of the Hunter Biden laptop from Rudy Guliani. Maxey has fled to Switzerland in order to complete a full forensic audit of the laptop content in a neutral jurisdiction.
In recent interviews Maxey (pictured left) has started to discuss the buried information that was contained in the deleted files from the laptop – the things Hunter Biden did not want anyone to see. That deleted material, now retrieved and archived, is alleged to contain 450 gigabits of images, pictures and videos that are very disturbing.
Maxey is stating [Daily Mail article and Video Here] he will share the contents of the original files and all of the retrieved deleted files with the public so that people can see the scale of depravity and Biden family corruption within the evidence.
Additionally, Maxey is revealing to The Daily Mail the background of how he gave the original material to media, the Senate and law enforcement, and yet no one took any action.
According to Maxey, despite articles written about potential financial crimes associated with documents in the laptop, which he states are the most minimal of the unlawful evidence contained within it, there is no official record in the justice department of the FBI handling of the laptop, because the intent of the U.S. government was to hide the material.
Support for Maxey’s claim of the U.S. government taking action to cover up the laptop material, is found in the example of him uploading specific searchable database files of the material into drop boxes in international file saving sites. However, as shared by the Daily Mail, “after about an hour, the links were taken down.”
(Daily Mail) […] Maxey said he believes the US government was hunting down files from the laptop posted online and flagged them to the companies.
‘There were five drop boxes: two in the United States, one in New Zealand, two in the UK. All the same drop boxes in which they tell us child pornography is shared around the globe without any consequence because they can’t look at it.
‘These are all Five Eyes countries, English speaking countries in an intelligence sharing agreement. And they were all ripped down.
‘So this means that our intelligence services, who still have not even acknowledged that they have Hunter Biden’s laptop, were obviously diligently doing cache searches across the internet to find out if any of this stuff was being released. (read more)
In addition to the Five Eyes intelligence scrubbing files from internet databases, Maxey claims he gave the material to the United States Senate, yet they did nothing with it. Maxey claims he gave the same material to several news outlets, yet they also did nothing with it.
It was not until Maxey went to Switzerland, and involved authorities who would not participate in a global effort to hide corruption, that U.S. media and U.S. law enforcement began to admit the material was credible, factual and damaging to the Biden family.
In essence, if Maxey had not used the resources in Switzerland, the information from the laptop would still be kept away from discovery. Ironically, Maxey went to Switzerland in part because that was the location of the only drop box not removed, and in part because he was told his life was in danger if he remained in the United States.
Read the full Daily Mail article here, and make sure you watch the video interview.
♦ One last point tangentially related. While referencing this Biden laptop issue and the totality of how all government agencies work in synergy to protect the institutional interests of themselves and Joe Biden – think back to the position of CIA contractor Edward Snowden and his position as he needed to provide evidence to the public about the surveillance systems -against U.S. citizens- being constructed by the United States government.
Look at how far every branch of the United States government, executive, legislative and judicial, is willing to go in order to coverup this level of corruption, lawbreaking and depravity on an evil scale. Was there really any other option for a whistleblower like Snowden to take? Think about it.