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A cache of photos from Hunter Biden's laptop have been released online. The trove of nearly 10,000 photos from Biden's personal laptop that was purportedly forgotten at a Delaware computer repair shop was published on a website on Thursday.
The thousands of photos reportedly from Hunter Biden's laptop have been uploaded to the BidenLaptopMedia.com website. The website hosts nearly 10,000 photos dated from 2008 to 2019 recovered from Biden's laptop. The website was developed by the nonprofit research group Marco Polo.
Garrett Ziegler – the founder of Marco Polo and a former Trump White House aide – told Fox News, "It's taken us a couple of months to, one, go through the photos, about 10,000 of them, and redact the genitalia on the photos."
Ziegler said multiple nude photos of Hallie Biden – widow of Beau Biden and Hunter's former lover – were not published.
One photo shows condom wrappers on a table with what appear to be drugs. The photo was reportedly from a text message conversation between Hunter and Hallie Biden.
The website redacted private information, such as Social Security numbers, banking information, and credit cards.
Ziegler admitted that nearly all of the photos are not newsworthy, but there are "several" questionable photos that deserve the media's attention.
Ziegler explained, "There are, for example, screenshots of Candy Crush games where we are fairly confident in saying there's absolutely no news value to those. So it's going to be, I would say, 98% of the photos on the device, around 10,000 in total, although it'll be slightly less than that."
"The number one thing we're about … is truth and transparency," Zieger said. "If the American people want to know what their first family is like, they're going to get it. And we're not going to be taking out photos that paint the Bidens in a good light."
Ziegler pointed out, "There's a picture of a letter that Hunter's daughter, Finnegan, wrote to, I assume, troops stationed overseas, like in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's an adorable letter. Finnegan's around 9 years old at the time, and it definitely paints the Bidens in a good light."
Ziegler said the website would provide a "completely authentic recounting of the photos" on Hunter's laptop. He noted that the website offers viewers the metadata of the photos taken from Biden's laptop.
"They're going to be able to see where the photo was taken, what time it was taken, if it has latitude and longitude coordinates attached to it," he said.
Ziegler said videos obtained from the missing laptop would be uploaded at a later date. He said the delay was in part because his team needs to use AI tools to censor the videos because "there's so much pornography."
In October 2022, the Marco Polo group released a 634-page report of its forensic examination of every document on Biden's laptop.
The New York Post reported, "The 634-page report (plus 2,020 footnotes) lists six alleged crimes committed by Joe Biden – including tax evasion and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) – alongside 459 crimes it alleges were committed by Hunter, including illegal foreign lobbying and money laundering."
In March, Hunter Biden seemed to validate the story of his forgotten laptop when he sued the owner of the computer repair shop for invasion of privacy.
As TheBlaze previously reported, Biden's lawsuit was a countersuit to the suit filed by shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac.
“Mac Isaac intended and knew, or clearly should have known, that people to whom he provided the data that he believed to belong to Mr. Biden would use it against then-candidate Joseph Biden and to assist then-President Trump,” read the lawsuit.
Biden reportedly dropped off the laptop to Mac Isaac's repair shop after it was not working correctly after experiencing water damage. Hunter never picked up his MacBook, and Mac Isaac allegedly informed the FBI, and then Trump ally Rudy Giuliani, about possible incriminating communications by Biden on the laptop.
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Paul Sacca is a staff writer for Blaze News.