According to the report, Bobulinski allegedly made false statements to the FBI.
"Specifically, we recently received information demonstrating that numerous statements made by Mr. Bobulinski in Washington, D.C. during an interview with the FBI on October 23, 2020, concerning our client, Hunter Biden, are false," writes Hunter's defense attorney, Abbe D. Lowell.
Hunter is asking that Biden-appointed DA for Washington DC, Matthew Graves, head the investigation. Graves was appointed by Biden after working on his 2020 presidential campaign as an unpaid policy advisor, according to the Daily Caller, citing a Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire. Graves also donated to Biden's 2020 campaign while he was an attorney in the private sector.
Graves testified to the House Judiciary Committee in October and confirmed he refused to partner with Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss on potentially charging Hunter Biden for alleged tax offenses, according to a transcript reviewed by the Daily Caller.
Bobulinski's FBI interview in October 2020 was summarized by an FBI FD-302 form released in September by the House Ways and Means Committee as part of a trove of documents supporting testimony from IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler.
Lowell disputes Bobulinski's claim to the FBI that he was present in Miami for a meeting Hunter Biden held with Chinese business associate Ye Jianming, the chairman of Chinese infrastructure company CEFC, NBC reported. -Daily Caller