Meet the computer repairman at the center of New York Post's Hunter Biden laptop story - 2020-10-15
A Wilmington computer repairman who reportedly gave a copy of Hunter Biden's laptop hard drive to Rudy Giuliani's attorney, Brian Costello, spoke cryptically Wednesday about his arrangement last month with the Republican operative.
In a winding interview with the media, John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of The Mac Shop in Wilmington, recalled how in April 2019 a man who identified himself as Hunter Biden brought three liquid-damaged laptops to his small repair shop in the Trolley Square shopping center.
Only one was left for repair, he said. No one returned to retrieve it, he said.
In the subsequent year and a half, Mac Isaac said, a "whole lot of" players were involved in the story that ended with President Donald Trump circle's taking possession of a copy of the laptop hard drive, less than two months before the presidential election.