Prosecutor who slow-walked Biden investigation no longer at DOJ

By Jen Krausz on
 December 15, 2023

Delaware Assistant U.S. Attorney Leslie Wolf, who limited questions related to President Joe Biden during the years-long investigation into Hunter Biden, is no longer employed at the Justice Department, Fox News reported.

A source told the network that Wolf had pre-existing plans to leave the Justice Department and had done so weeks earlier.

IRS whistleblowers, particularly Gary Shapely, had pointed to Wolf as the reason questions about Joe Biden were not allowed to be asked.

Wolf is scheduled to sit before the House Judiciary Committee for a transcribed interview on Thursday.

Committee members want to confirm that Wolf prevented questions about Joe Biden's involvement in his son's business dealings, such as whether he was the "big guy" referred to in some emails.

The investigation is bound to ramp up after the House voted Wednesday to formally authorize an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden over corruption allegations including getting payouts from his son's foreign business associates.