Biden's DOJ seeks prison time for woman who allegedly stole Ashley Biden's diary, sold it to Project Veritas

"A sentence involving merely probation will not be sufficient to deter the defendant from continuing to flout the law," the DOJ argued.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
The Department of Justice has recommended prison time for 40-year-old Aimee Harris, the woman who allegedly stole a diary belonging to Ashley Biden ahead of the 2020 election.

In a letter to Chief United States District Judge for the Southern District of the New York Laura Taylor Swain, the DOJ argued that a sentence of four to 10 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release would be an adequate punishment.

"The defendant, as noted in the Government’s September 2023 sentencing submission, is being sentenced for 'scandalous conduct [that] is appalling and must not be overlooked,' and which, in and of itself, exhibited a clear disrespect for the law," the DOJ wrote, adding that the sentence, "must also account for the manner in which she has abused the administration of justice throughout the pendency of this court proceeding."

Harris, they pointed out, "repeatedly and consistently engaged in tactics to improperly delay this proceeding, including by misleading the Court with false information to justify belated and unmerited requests for adjournments, refusing to appear when directed, and failing to comply with court orders to disclose or produce certain information."

"A sentence involving merely probation will not be sufficient to deter the defendant from continuing to flout the law," the agency continued. "Moreover, a sentence involving no period of incarceration would be wholly insufficient to reflect the gravity of the defendant’s conduct, including her apparent belief that she is above the law and that she need not comply with this Court’s orders."

The diary belonging to the president's daughter, the only child he has with first lady Jill Biden, had been allegedly left behind along with other possessions in a room where the Ashley Biden was no longer staying. In August 2022, Harris and her accomplice, Jonathan Kurlander, pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy for selling the diary to Project Veritas.

"We had never met or heard of the tipsters," O'Keefe said at the time. "The tipsters indicated the diary had been abandoned in a room in which Ms. Biden stayed at the time, and in which the tipsters stayed in temporarily, after Miss Biden departed the room," he continued. "The tipsters indicated that the diary included explosive allegations against then candidate Joe Biden."

"We investigated the claims provided to us as journalists do. We took steps to corroborate the authenticity of the diary. At the end of the day, we made the ethical decision that because in part we could not determine if the diary was real, if the diary in fact belonged to Ashley Biden, or if the contents of the diary occurred, we could not publish the diary in any part thereof," he said.

"We never published it," O'Keefe said. "Now, Ms. Biden's father's Department of Justice specifically, the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York, appears to be investigating the situation, claiming the diary was stolen. We don't know if it was but it begs the question, in what world is the alleged theft of a diary investigated by the President's FBI and his department of justice? A diary?"

While the investigative journalism outlet paid $40,000 for the document, they never released any of its contents as they couldn't verify its authenticity.

Harris is scheduled to be sentenced on April 9, while Kurlander will head to his fate three days later.
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Another perfect example of tyranny bought to you by the Biden DOJ: Arrest the oppostion, imprision the oppostion or bury the opposition via the lapdog MSM.

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