Prosecutor in Hunter Biden case intends to bring ex-wife and brother’s widow as witnesses

In the court documents submitted prior to the trial on June 3, special counsel David Weiss’ office indicated their intention to summon several women who were involved with Hunter Biden to provide testimony in his felony gun case. These women include his former spouse, Kathleen Buhle, as well as Hallie Biden, the widow of his late brother, Beau Biden.

Late on Monday, the government disclosed new information regarding the trial in a 97-page document. This trial brief includes the laws and evidence that prosecutors intend to present to establish Hunter Biden’s involvement in three felonies. The charges pertain to his acquisition of a firearm in 2018 while under the influence of drugs.

Hunter Biden has entered a plea of not guilty.

The filing does not mention Buhle or Hallie Biden directly, but it provides enough information to identify them.

According to prosecutors, “Witness 1 had been previously married to the defendant. They got divorced in April 2017. However, throughout 2018, she would occasionally check his vehicle to ensure that their children would not be exposed to drugs.”

According to prosecutors, Witness 3 was involved in a romantic relationship with the defendant in October 2018 and before and after that time.

According to prosecutors, Witness 3 will provide testimony that confirms the defendant’s possession of the gun. The witness will also state that the defendant disposed of the weapon in an outdoor trash receptacle at Janssen’s Market in Wilmington, Delaware, after removing it from his vehicle.

According to previous reports by ABC News, Hallie Biden discovered the Cobra 38SPL revolver and disposed of it in a trash bin.

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According to prosecutors, there is a third woman who was previously involved in a romantic relationship with Biden. She has witnessed him frequently using crack cocaine, every 20 minutes, except when he was sleeping.

Prosecutors in the office of Weiss have expressed their intention to heavily rely on excerpts from Hunter Biden’s memoir, “Beautiful Things,” published in 2021. In the book, Biden opens up about his battle with addiction. Additionally, they aim to present various messages as evidence, highlighting Biden’s struggle with addiction during the period when he purchased the gun on October 12, 2018.

The trial is set to commence on June 3 in Wilmington, Delaware, under the jurisdiction of Judge Maryellen Noreika.

Hunter Biden’s motion to dismiss the charges was denied by Noreika earlier on Monday. A panel of federal appellate judges has already rejected a similar attempt. Biden’s attempts to delay the trial have been consistently thwarted by Noreika.

According to prosecutors, Biden has been accused of providing false information on a federal form regarding his drug use while acquiring a Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver in 2018. This revelation came after he openly admitted his struggle with drug addiction during that period in his memoir, “Beautiful Things.” It is worth noting that Biden only possessed the firearm for a brief period of 11 days and never actually used it, as confirmed by his legal representatives.

Special counsel Weiss indicted Biden in September of last year.

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