BREAKING: Hunter Biden's laptop introduced as evidence in federal firearms case

Images of what appeared to be cocaine were shown.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

On Tuesday, Hunter Biden's federal firearms trial kicked off in Delaware with prosecutors and the defense delivering their opening statements and introducing evidence into the court record. Among the pieces of evidence introduced by prosecutors was the first son's infamous laptop. 

Prosecutors wasted no time in utilizing the contents of the hard drive, much of which has been spread far and wide online, using text messages and images to make their case that Biden purchased drugs around the time he allegedly lied on his FBI background check that he was clean. 

According to CNN, prosecutors showed the court texts from the hard drive, in which Biden and one of his contacts discussed the purchase of "10 grams" of something in summer 2018. Images of what appeared to be cocaine were also shown. 

Also entered into evidence were invoices from a rehab stay in Los Angeles a month prior to Biden's gun purchase, and the ATF form he filled out.

In 2023, the president's son was accused of lying on an FBI background check form before purchasing a Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver on October 12, 2018. He claimed that he was not a drug user, despite later revealing that he was in his memoir, Beautiful Things.

He was subsequently charged with making false statements while purchasing a firearm, making false statements regarding information kept by federal firearms licensed dealers, and unlawful possession of a firearm. If found guilty, he could face up to 25 years in prison.

This is a breaking story and will be updated. 

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