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John Paul Isaac was the former owner of the computer shop where Hunter Biden allegedly left his famed laptop, he was the one we have to thank for bringing this piece of evidence to light.
He is suing Twitter because they alleged he hacked the laptop…..
If you want to support Mr.Isaac in his legal battle with big tech giant Twitter, you can donate to his GoFundMe page here.
Here is more on the story:
Just The News had more on the story:
John Paul Mac Isaac has sued Twitter for defamation in connection with the social media giant’s censorship last year of materials gleaned from a laptop that President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, left at a computer repair shop.
Isaac owned the computer repair shop in Delaware called The Mac Shop, and on April 12, 2019 was asked to "recover information from damaged Mac computers allegedly owned by Hunter Biden,” the lawsuit said
Within a day or two, Mac Isaac had completed the recovery. He called Hunter Biden to let him know so that he could come pick up the recovered data, which was stored on an external hard drive. He attempted a second time, and still Hunter Biden did not come to retrieve his material, the suit said.
Twitter’s de facto false characterization of Mac Isaac as a hacker destroyed the computer technician’s business and professional reputation, Della Rocca held.
“[It] crushed John Paul’s business,” Della Rocca stated. “It hurt his personal life. and I’m not going to get into everything that happened, but John Paul has been through a horrible situation when he was just trying to do the right thing, and Twitter really added to the harm that he has experienced.”
Della Rocca added, “John Paul had to shut down his business. The day the story broke, the day Twitter refused to allow the story to be disseminated, [Mac Isaac] started getting bad Yelp reviews, calls to the shop, death threats, essentially people trying to destroy his business. That’s essentially what happened. He had to close up the business. It’s no longer active and he is now 46-years-old trying to figure out what the next thing to do is when you’ve been a Mac specialist for more than 25 years.