NY Judge Asked to Sentence Ashley Biden’s Diary Stealer to 10 Months Prison

In September 2020, while staying at a property in Delray Beach, Florida, where President Biden’s daughter had previously lived, Harris discovered the first daughter’s smartphone, tax information, intimate family pictures, and journal, according to the DOJ.

“Very personal entries” were written in the journal, according to the DOJ.

For the theft of first daughter Biden’s journal, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) formally requested Tuesday that a district court in New York impose a 10-month jail term on a woman.

In September 2020, Aimee Harris and Jonathan Kurlander stole Biden’s journal from a Delray Beach, Florida residence. In connection with the alleged crime, Harris entered a guilty plea in August 2022 for conspiracy to carry stolen items over state lines.

Prosecutors from the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York originally recommended that Harris spend a six-month term in home confinement with three years of supervised release.

On Tuesday, the DOJ requested that a district court in New York impose a jail term of four to ten months on the woman who was found guilty of stealing the journal of First Daughter Ashley Biden.

The prosecution claims that Harris has asked to postpone her sentencing hearing twelve times, and they are using her explanations as justification to “improperly delay” her punishment, which should warrant a harsher penalty.

In a petition addressed to District Judge Laura Taylor Swain, U.S. Attorney Damian Williams argued that the defendant’s punishment should consider her misuse of the judicial system during this court action.

Project Veritas supposedly gave Harris and Kurlander $40,000 in exchange for the journal. After the alleged theft, the FBI searched the residence of James O’Keefe, the journal’s creator.

Harris’ sentencing is scheduled for April 9.

The prosecution cautioned her that an enhancement for obstruction of justice might be sought if she fails to appear again.

Kurlander, who has also entered a guilty plea, is due for sentence on April 12.