(RoyalPatriot.com )- According to a lawsuit, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) of the United States of America is being sued by a federal watchdog because it allegedly failed to turn over data concerning Secret Service details for Hunter Biden during the Obama and Biden administrations.
The complaint states that the conservative group Judicial Watch is investigating the government’s ethical practices. In March, the organization submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for the records, during which it specified a time ranging from January 2010 to December 2013 for the documents. After not obtaining any papers, the organization followed up in April by seeking data on the security measures for Hunter dating back to President Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Even though the Secret Service informed Judicial Watch on April 19 that it had identified appropriate materials, the watchdog claims that none have been released.
The watchdog filed its lawsuit on Sunday.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said that the American people must have accountability. Because of the exceptional secrecy maintained by the Secret Service over this matter, they have been required to appear in court.
According to Fitton, given the suspected illegality related to his trips, Hunter Biden’s travels have a strong public interest.
The lawsuit states that Judicial Watch requested the Department of Homeland Security for data relating to any security services provided to Hunter Biden and his “companions” in Malibu, California, between January 20, 2021, to the present.
According to a program aired on ABC in April, taxpayers bore the tab for the Secret Service to stay in a home in Malibu that cost $30,000 per month, located near an apartment Hunter paid $20,000 per month for. There is no indication that Hunter Biden is still renting the house.
Part of the allegations made by Judicial Watch in its lawsuit claims that Plaintiff is being irreparably affected by Defendant’s breach of FOIA, and Plaintiff will continue to be irrevocably harmed until Defendant is compelled to comply with the law. Plaintiff does not have an adequate remedy at law.