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Hunter Biden’s gun trial took an intense turn on Wednesday, with three new witnesses detailing his downward spiral into addiction and the controversial gun purchase in 2018. The courtroom saw vivid recollections of Biden’s crack cocaine use. They heard of his failed attempts at rehab, and the purchase of a firearm during a dark period in his life.
Hunter, supported by his wife, Melissa Cohen-Biden, his mother, First Lady Jill Biden, and close friend Kevin Morris, watched closely as his ex-wife and former girlfriend testified. His ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, recounted finding drug paraphernalia at their home. She also mentioned how his addiction led to the breakdown of their marriage. She never saw him use drugs but knew from his confessions and the evidence she found.
Zoe Kestan, a former girlfriend, shared disturbing details about Biden’s constant crack use. She recalled how he smoked every 20 minutes and how his addiction led him to cook his own crack. This, according to her narrative, happened when he lost trust in his dealer. Kestan’s emotional testimony painted a picture of a man deeply entangled in his addiction. She mentioned how he even resorted to extreme measures like an experimental frog venom treatment to try and quit.
The jury also heard from the gun salesman who sold Biden the Colt revolver at the center of the case. He described how Hunter, amid his heavy drug use, filled out the necessary forms, falsely claiming he wasn’t a drug user. This crucial point forms the basis of the prosecution’s argument that Biden lied on a federal document and illegally owned a gun.
Federal prosecutors argue that Biden’s heavy drug use at the time made him ineligible to purchase the firearm. This leads to three felony charges. The charges include lying to a federally licensed gun dealer, making a false statement on a federal form, and illegal possession of a firearm. If found guilty, Biden could face up to 25 years in prison, though first-time offenders rarely receive the maximum sentence.
Amidst this legal battle, the Biden family remains united. First Lady Jill Biden attended the trial, while President Joe Biden managed his duties, deeply concerned about his son’s wellbeing. The trial unfolds against a backdrop of political tension.
Hunter Biden’s story is one of deep personal struggles, legal battles, and the unwavering support of his family. Testimonies from Hunter’s friends and family aimed to shed light on his state of mind during the purchase. The defense tried to cast doubt on whether Hunter knowingly lied about his drug use. The jury also saw excerpts from Hunter’s memoir, “Beautiful Things,” which detailed his addiction journey after his brother Beau’s death.
As the trial unfolds, it highlights Hunter Biden’s struggles and the support of his family. What do you think about the impact of addiction on families and loved ones?

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