Hunter Biden’s worst nightmare is far from over as cyber forensics experts recovered around 168,000 deleted files from his laptop.

A new report published by the Washington Examiner Wednesday revealed that the deleted files their team has recovered relate to Hunter Biden’s activities in 2018 and early 2019. Also recovered from the drive were deleted pictures of government ID cards for two individuals linked to President Joe Biden’s son.

Many of the deleted files were system files, application files, or duplicates of user files stored elsewhere on the laptop.

The Examiner report said Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos, who is described as a former Secret Service agent, retrieved the files.

But that was not all that was recovered, The Examiner reported:

Some of the recovered data, however, shed light on his financial dealings in 2018 and early 2019, as well as his personal dealings during that time frame. Also recovered from the drive were deleted pictures of government ID cards for two individuals linked to President Joe Biden’s son.

Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos, a former Secret Service agent who has testified in over 100 classified, criminal, and civil matters, retrieved the deleted files from unallocated space on the hard drive using a technique called data carving.

The former Secret Service agent said:

“In order for user-created data — including personal photographs, bank records, invoices, business records, third-party data such as the driver’s licenses of other persons, chat conversations, and medical records, as examples — to exist within the unallocated hard drive space, the computer user would have had to manually delete the files. Any Robert Hunter Biden recovered files in unallocated space was there as a result of deletions by the user ‘roberthunter.’”

Dimitrelos said the copy of the hard drive in the Examiner’s possession is genuine and that Hunter Biden “was the only person responsible for the activity on this hard drive and all of its stored data.”

One recovered text attachment was a selfie sent on Jan. 30, 2019.

“That’s the weed vape pen that a Russian Escort left in my room before I came here this time,” Hunter Biden texted at the time.

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Further, Hunter Biden also received an invoice from his psychiatrist, former Fox News contributor Keith Ablow,

Showing he had racked up $13,600 worth of psychotherapy charges in November and December 2018. Hunter Biden had requested that Ablow send him the invoice in a Dec. 10, 2018, text.

Hunter Biden’s legal team told CBS News in May that it obtained a laptop he left at Ablow’s office in February 2019. It says the laptop is “the Rosetta Stone” that can prove if copies of Hunter Biden’s drive that have circulated through the media have been altered. But the copy of the drive obtained by the Washington Examiner has user files dating through March 17, 2019.

Dimitrelos also recovered numerous deleted screenshots of text message conversations with Hunter Biden’s ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle.

One of the screenshots shows that Hunter Biden wired $2,900 to Buhle through Apple Pay on April 19, 2018. He sent Buhle the screenshot later that day after she suggested he hadn’t sent the payment.

Another recovered screenshot is a message from Buhle’s phone showing that David Barboza of the New York Times had reached out and asked her: “I wonder if I can call you about a story I am writing about a Chinese company you may have heard about. I don’t know that you know for sure. But someone suggested I ask you.”

Sources: Conservativebrief, CBS News, Washington Examiner

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