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Will Convicted Hunter Biden Associate Devon Archer Turn On The Biden Crime Family?


When the prospect of prison hangs over one’s head many people start talking…

According to the latest reports, Devon Archer, a former Hunter Biden business associate, who was convicted for a financial scheme which defrauded a native American tribe of roughly $60 million is now seeking a plea deal.

Archer has managed to avoid sentencing for years now, but now that the gavel is about to come down Devon Archer is reportedly looking to plead for no prison time or some sort of reduced sentence.

Now this is merely speculation, but stay with me here…

I am willing to bet that Archer knows more than a few things about Hunter Biden’s business dealings, and it wouldn’t be farfetched to think that he could potentially volunteer this information in return for a reduced sentence.

After all, this type of thing happens all the time. White Collar criminals do not live by some hardened criminal code that centers around keeping your mouth shut—they sing like canaries when faced with the prospect of doing hard time…

Here are some more details on Archer:

Just The News reports:

Archer “has lived with the impact on his family, including his three young children who have been traumatized by their father’s prosecution and conviction, which have become matters of national headlines and presidential politics by virtue of Mr. Archer’s association with people of prominence,” the memo noted.

“And, relatedly, Mr. Archer has watched the reputation and career he built over decades fall apart around him as he has faced a near constant onslaught of vitriolic media attention.”

All that trauma, the defense lawyers wrote, merits “that a non-custodial sentence will serve as sufficient punishment.”


Daily Mail provided a related piece on Hunter Biden’s business dealings:

Emails obtained by show the president’s son teamed up with the former Kazakh prime minister Karim Massimov, now facing charges of high treason, to try to pull off a $120million pipeline deal after similar ventures had faced opposition from Western energy firms.

There is no indication Massimov’s charges are connected to Hunter’s pipeline deal.

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