March 6, 2019 – Devon Archer text to Hunter Biden: “Why did your dad’s administration appointees arrest me and try and put me in jail?”

In Email/Dossier Investigations by Katie Weddington

(…) Archer, 47, lost his appeal to the Supreme Court in December [November 2021] to have his 2018 criminal conviction overturned, relating to a $60 million scheme to defraud a Native American tribe.

The president’s son never was charged over the fraud and was not alleged to have been involved. But the court heard that his name was used as a selling point, and he was described in promotional brochures as a vice chairman for Burnham Financial Group, the firm at the center of the scam.

Unlike Archer’s pals Bevan Cooney and John Galanis, who were tried alongside him in 2018 and jailed, Archer had his conviction overturned by US District Judge Ronnie Abrams.

Abrams, an Obama appointee married to Mueller special counsel prosecutor Greg Andres, said she was “left with an unwavering concern that Archer is innocent of the crimes charged.”

Her decision was reversed on appeal and Archer’s last port of call was the Supreme Court.

In the middle of his legal woes, Archer complained to Hunter about his predicament.

“Why did your dad’s administration appointees arrest me and try and put me in jail?” he wrote on March 6, 2019, in a text message found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop. “Why would they try and ruin my family and destroy my kids and no one from your family’s side step in and at least try to help me? I don’t get it.”

Hunter replied with a dissertation on co-equal branches of government before reassuring his friend he would not be abandoned by the Biden family. (Read more: New York Post, 2/07/2022)