Man Who Leaked Hunter Biden Emails Fears for His Life After Recent Prison Move
Bevan Cooney is the man who granted access to his Gmail account to conservative journalists Matthew Tyrmand and Peter Schweizer is now fearing for his life.
Cooney, who is in prison currently in Oregon over a bond scheme gave the login credentials to the journalists who have now turned over a lot of the information to the government as well as made some things public.
According to Breitbart,
In 2019, Cooney reached out to Schweizer after becoming familiar with the revelations in his 2018 book Secret Empires. Cooney explained that he believes he was the “fall guy” for the fraud scheme and that Archer and Hunter Biden had avoided responsibility.
Archer, who was also convicted in the case, saw a federal judge vacate his conviction. But an appellate court overturned the lower court judge’s ruling, reinstating Archer’s conviction in the case. Archer, Hunter Biden’s longtime business partner, awaits sentencing.
Cooney, their associate who is currently serving a prison sentence on his conviction in the matter, later reestablished contact with Schweizer through investigative journalist Matthew Tyrmand. From prison, Cooney provided Schweizer with written authorization, his email account name, and password to his Gmail account to retrieve these emails. He authorized, in writing, the publication of these emails— notable because it is the first time a close associate has publicly confirmed Hunter’s trading on his father’s influence.
Following these developments, Cooney was moved from his white-collar prison location to a more dangerous location.
Cooney’s family have expressed that they are extremely concerned for his safety given the nervousness gleaned from Bevan’s reaction this morning and they would appreciate a sign from the powers that be that Bevan is in protective custody.
Cooney’s family stressed to Tyrmand they are “extremely concerned given the nervousness gleaned from Bevan’s reaction this morning and they would appreciate a sign from the powers that be that Bevan is in protective custody.”@realDonaldTrump
— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) October 21, 2020
Based on the last we’ve heard, Cooney is in solitary confinement which hopefully will keep him safe until the end of his prison term. He only has one more month left to serve so if something happens to him before them, you can guarantee that there is foul play going on.