John Paul Mac Issac, the store owner of “The Mac Shop” in Wilmington, Delaware was working at his shop on a Friday night in April 2019. It was just 10 minutes before closing when he saw a six foot tall man walk into his store with a strong alcohol smell and an entitled attitude. Issac described this encounter to The New York Post.
The man brought three laptops with him which he slid off the store counter. “I’m glad you’re still open,” he said. “I just came from the cigar bar, and they told me about your shop, but I had to hurry because you close at seven.”
“You made it just in time.” Issac responded as he noticed that one of the three computers had a Beau Biden Foundation sticker on that was covering the apple logo.
Then Issac asked for the man’s name, to register him in his store database. “Hunter,” the customer responded.
Issac wasn’t sure of who he was talking to and he asked for the customer’s last name. “He paused and looked at me funny, as if I were from another country and how dare I not know who he was?” And responded with a sarcastic edge and said “Ah, Biden”
Upon inspection of the three laptops, Issac found out that one of them had extensive liquid damage, and data recovery on that computer was not possible. The second laptop was in a slightly better shape but its keyboard wasn’t working. Issac pulled out an external keyboard and asked Hunter’s permission to log in.
Hunter started laughing. “My password is f–ked up. Don’t be offended!” he told Issac and revealed it to be “analf–k69” because of his intoxication, Issac couldn’t get what he was saying and asked Hunter to try logging in himself.
“Hey, you fixed it!” Hunter slurred. Issac asked him if he had an external keyboard to use while the internal one on the laptop wasn’t working? Hunter looked at him blankly.
“Here, you can borrow this one to perform the recovery yourself,” Issac told Hunter.
When performing the recovery, Issac noticed a lot of pornographic materials on the computer. “This is a vocational hazard; I’d gotten rather used to and gave it no mind. I was a little amazed by the sheer quantity though, and by the boldness of leaving porn files on one’s desktop.” Issac told the New York Post.
He noticed multiple embarrassing photos of Hunter, some taken in naked poses, others with illegal drugs, and some adult poses with women.
Issac also found records of potentially unreported illegal income on this laptop, among several other disturbing documents, that were revealed just before the 2020 presidential elections.
After the data recovery process was complete, Hunter never returned to pick up the computers for more than a year. Issac then turned the laptops to the FBI and shared a copy of the disturbing data with the New York Post.
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