On Monday, The Oversight Committee’s chairman James Comer told the Department of Justice is trying to stop Devon Archer from testifying in an act of obstruction of justice. Devon Archer is the former business partner of Hunter Biden. The Oversight Committee chairman added, “This is the first time I have ever heard of the Department of Justice doing anything on a Saturday. The letter from the Department of Justice is trying to nudge the judge to go ahead and sentence Devon Archer for something unrelated to what we’re going to be talking to him about tomorrow.” The House Oversight Committee is facing a number of obstacles in the investigation of the son of President Joe Biden. Continue reading this article and find out where is Devon Archer. Is Devon Archer arrested? Delve deep into the details and find out more details.
Is Devon Archer Arrested?
The son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden is accused of helping Burisma Holding which is a natural gas company based in Ukraine, by sitting on the board from 2014 to 2019. US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York sent a letter on Saturday to Judge Ronnie Abrams to schedule a date for Hunter Biden’s former business partner and longtime Unkrainian-based natural gas company’s board member, Devon Archer. Swipe down the page and read more details.
In 2018, Devon Archer was convicted of conspiracy to defraud a Native American tribe and was given a sentence to serve one year and one day in prison. But his sentence was postponed amid a string of appeals in Feb 2022. Now, Devon Archer is scheduled to appear before the House Oversight Committee to testify on Monday. However, the New York Post previously reported Archer is expected to appear before the committee and testify that Hunter put his father on speakerphone during business calls multiple times. But the White House has always denied the involvement of the president in his son’s business dealings. Continue reading this article and learn more details.
The letter sent on Saturday to the trial judge states that counsel for Mr. Archer will put in a response to the Government’s request by Wednesday. The court is not likely to make a decision before Archer’s testimony in front of the House Oversight Committee. However, Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberh said it is common for federal prosecutors to send such kinds of letters. “As for the timing, I wouldn’t buy the conspiracy theories, because there’s no chance that Archer would have to report to prison before his meeting with the congressional committee,” said Palm Beach County State Attorney.