The Justice Department did not want to charge Hunter Biden with sex trafficking despite having made up to 9 payments to sex escorts

Information released by the House Committee on Ways and Means shows that federal prosecutors intended to bring charges against the president's son.

The Republican-dominated House Committee on Ways and Means released more than 700 pages of documents in connection with the committee's investigation into Hunter Biden's business dealings and tax returns.

According to The Washington Free Beacon within those 700 pages, there are several explosive revelations, and one of them is that the Department of Justice decided not to file charges against Hunter Biden for sex trafficking crimes even though prosecutors presented evidence that he made payments to nine sex escorts.

According to IRS tax crimes prosecutor Jack Morgan, Hunter Biden paid money to several escorts to travel from Boston and New York to Los Angeles, according to an email sent on Oct. 21, 2020, to Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf, accused of torpedoing federal investigations against the Biden family.

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According to the Free Beacon, prosecutor Wolf forwarded the list of Hunter's potential crimes to her colleagues, but the case did not progress further and the DOJ ultimately did not charge the president's son for potentially violating the Mann Act.

Prosecutor Wolf is the same person who was accused by the Oversight Committee, chaired by Rep. James Comer (R-KY), of having ordered federal agents not to investigate Joe Biden in relation to an investigation connected to the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).

“Newly released emails and documents show Delaware Assistant US Attorney Lesley Wolf DID NOT ALLOW AGENTS TO INVESTIGATE JOE BIDEN as part of a FARA probe,” the committee posted on X (formerly Twitter) last week.