(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – A second whistleblower has emerged in the US Justice Department’s tax fraud investigation into Hunter Biden after the IRS recently sacked the entire team probing Hunter, a report reveals.
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The new development in the high-profile case is disclosed by documents sent to the US Congress on Monday.
The second IRS whistleblower is a special agent in the tax agency’s international tax and financial crimes group.
He will join the first whistleblower, who is his supervisor, Breitbart News reports.
In April, the first whistleblower revealed that two appointees from President Joe Biden’s DOJ intervened to stop recommended tax violation charges against Hunter Biden.
He also alleged that Joe Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to appoint a special prosecutor in the First Son probe to avoid a conflict of interest and set it apart from the presidential administration.
Both whistleblowers are expected to take part in what is described as a “blockbuster hearing” before the House Ways and Means Committee that is to take place on Friday.
“They will share concerns about the DOJ’s alleged corruption within the department,” Breitbart reports.
It informs further that the second IRS whistleblower alerted the US Congress after the Justice Department ordered him and his entire team to be removed from the Hunter Biden investigation.
He had led 12 IRS staffers in the probe and had overseen it since January 2020.
In his words, his team was excluded from the case on May 17 because of the IRS leadership’s “longstanding concerns” about how the investigation had been handled.
The whistleblower claims those “concerns” particularly enraged a certain “US Attorney for the District…” whose name is redacted in the papers.
The report notes, however, that the lead prosecutor in the Hunter Biden tax probe case is US Attorney for the District of Delaware David Weiss, a Trump administration appointee.
In March, Garland testified to Congress that Weiss could recommend charges, but Garland himself had to approve them.
“In a charged meeting on October 7, 2022, US Attorney for the District of [redacted] became aware that both the IRS and the FBI had longstanding concerns about the handling of the case … After [redacted] continued to communicate concerns to the [redacted] USAO in a prosecutorial team call on October 17, 2022, he and his IRS team were no longer invited to any further prosecutorial team calls and meetings on the case, effectively excluding them from the case,” informs a document sent to Congress.
“For the last couple of years, my [supervisor] and I have tried to gain the attention of our senior leadership about certain issues prevalent regarding the investigation. I have asked for countless … meetings with our chief and deputy chief, often to be left out on an island and not heard from,” the second whistleblower writes.
“The lack of IRS-[Criminal Investigation] senior leadership involvement in this investigation is deeply troubling and unacceptable. Rather than recognizing the need to ensure close engagement and full support of the investigatory team in this extraordinarily sensitive case, the response too often had been that we were isolated,” he reveals further.