According to the group’s press release on the subject, the Delray Beach, FL, Police department details the turning over of records that related to the diary and/or other property of the president’s daughter:
Judicial Watch stated that “According to the incident report, an attorney turned in ‘possibly stolen luggage’ to the Delray Beach PD which contained ‘documents and envelopes in folders’ with the name Ashley Biden.”
Local police also included the video footage from body cams of their officers which showed an attorney handing over the items. The Delray Beach police also noted that the FBI said they would “take over the case.”
These records were received in response to a November 16, 2021, Public Records Request that outlined their petition for:
“All records related to the alleged theft and/or disappearance of a diary and/or other property from Ashley Blazer Biden…circa 2020 reportedly from a Delray Beach residence. Such records shall include, but not be limited to, incident reports, investigative reports, recordings, photos, telephone logs and messages, email messages, and witness statements.
“All records of communications, including emails and text messages, sent to and from Delray Beach Police Department officials regarding the alleged theft/disappearance of Ms. Biden’s diary and/or other property.”
Judicial Watch’s request followed news that Project Veritas reportedly obtained access to Ashley Biden’s diary in October of last year, just over a week before the 2020 presidential election.
According to a number of reports, the subsequent FBI raid on Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe was part of a federal investigation into the “stolen” diary and questions have arisen about the circumstances surrounding the event.
“The Biden Justice Department’s abuse of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas stinks to high heaven and these new documents raise new concerns that O’Keefe is being improperly targeted,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.