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NOT NORMAL! DOJ Directed IRS to ‘Slow-Walk’ Multiple Steps in Hunter Biden Probe.

‘I immediately saw deviations from the normal process,’ Whistleblower says.

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Another whistleblower has come forward with Hunter Biden information…


Gary Shapley, a 14-year veteran of the IRS, has come forward with shocking (or not-so-shocking) information about the Department of Justice’s influence on the IRS’ Hunter Biden probe; Shapley says multiple steps were “slow-walked” at the DOJ’s behest.

“There were multiple steps that were slow-walked — were just completely not done — at the direction of the Department of Justice,” said Gary Shapley, a 14-year veteran of the agency, who spoke exclusively to CBS News chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod on Tuesday. “When I took control of this particular investigation, I immediately saw deviations from the normal process. It was way outside the norm of what I’ve experienced in the past.”

It’s been six months since information leaked from the FBI revealing agents believed enough evidence was collected to charge the embattled First Son —but nothing has happened yet.

Shapley told CBS News he’s concerned these agencies are protecting Hunter Biden.

“Each and every time, it seemed to always benefit the subject,” Shapley said. “It just got to that point where that switch was turned on. And I just couldn’t silence my conscience anymore.”

According to CBS News, “Shapley is a supervisory special agent with the IRS’s criminal investigations department, currently overseeing a team of 12 agents who specialize in international tax and financial crimes. Previously, he was an officer with the National Security Agency’s Office of the Inspector General. He was assigned to a ‘sensitive’ investigation in January 2020, and within months, he said he grew concerned about how the Justice Department was handling the investigation. CBS News has learned that was the Hunter Biden probe. Shapley says he began documenting his concerns around June 2020.”

“For a couple years, we’d been noticing these deviations in the investigative process. And I just couldn’t, you know, fathom that [the] DOJ might be acting unethically on this,” Shapley says.

Mr. Shapley will appear before the House Ways and Means Committee on Friday; his testimony will not be open to the public.