n October, the Post exclusively reported
on the tranche of damaging documents on the laptop which was left at John Paul Mac Isaac’s repair store in April 2019 but never collected.
The emails detailing Hunter Biden’s shady overseas business dealings are reportedly now part of a federal tax probe into President-elect Joe Biden’s scandal-scarred son but social media giant Twitter immediately blocked users from sharing it online, claiming the reporting relied on “hacked materials.”
Isaac is now suing Twitter for defamation in US District Court, claiming the company decided to “communicate to the world that [Mac Isaac] is a hacker.”
Issac claimed that his business received threats and negative reviews after Twitter’s moderation and he is “now widely considered a hacker.” He also suffered from personal threats.
In his suit, the Delaware man said he was forced to close his store and alleges that Twitter acted with “malicious intent” by claiming that he had hacked Hunter Biden’s laptop.
According to the report, Issac says that his business received threats and negative reviews after Twitter’s moderation and he is “now widely considered a hacker.”
He is demanding $500 million in damages and a public retraction from the company.
According to Issac, the customer who brought in the MacBook Pro for repair in 2019 never paid for the service or retrieved it, or a hard drive on which its contents were stored. He was unable after repeated attempts to contact the client.
Before turning over the laptop to the FBI in December, Isaac made a copy of the hard drive and later gave it to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert Costello.
Steve Bannon, former adviser to President Trump, told The Post about the existence of the hard drive in late September and Giuliani provided The Post with a copy of it.
In his suit, Isaac said he had no knowledge the Post was goi….