A 2019 grand jury subpoena ordered JP Morgan to provide testimony and documents about an array of Hunter Biden’s business dealings – as well as information in its files about the president’s brother, James.
The subpoena, which came amid Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, listed a number of Hunter Biden’s business ventures, including the Rosemont Seneca partnership he formed. It also identified business partners Devon Archer and Eric Schwerin.
The the letter to JP Morgan’s Indianapolis-based subpoena processing center identifies the Bank of China as the ‘Originating or Beneficiary Bank’ on the letter.
A nonprofit group that said it has obtained Hunter Biden’s laptop says got the document from a ‘whistleblower.’
Conservative news outlet Breitbart News revealed the document, which it said was provided by non-profit group Macro Polo, which was established by former Trump White House official Garrett Ziegler. Ziegler worked in the office of Trump economic advisor Peter Navarro, who ran the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy.
Marco Polo says it is producing a detailed report on the laptop computer Hunter allegedly abandoned. The group’s website about it calls President Joe Biden a ‘Manchurian candidate’ a ‘Manchurian president.’
The subpoena commands the bank to appear at the J. Caleb Boggs federal courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware to provide testimony, and respond by June 25, 2019.
It was not immediately known how the bank responded to the subpoena. DailyMail.com has reached out to JP Morgan for comment.
Hunter Biden told CBS in December 2020 that the US Attorney’s Office in Delaware was investigating his ‘tax affairs.’
The network reported he had been under investigation since 2018 for possible tax fraud.
The group that said it obtained the subpoena is also producing a report on the laptop computer Hunter Biden allegedly abandoned.