John Paul Mac Isaac, the repairman who went to law enforcement after finding supposedly graphic details on Hunter Biden’s computer, filed a 500 million character defamation lawsuit against Twitter. A U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida judge dismissed the case on Monday, which was the same day that Isaac filed his lawsuit.

Judge Rejects Case Without Prejudice

In rejecting the case, Judge Beth Bloom said her court lacked jurisdiction in the case. She dismissed the case without prejudice, which allows Isaac to make the case of why the Southern District of Florida is the proper court to hear the case. She also indicated that Isaac could file a Delaware state court case if he chose. While Twitter does operate a corporate office in Florida, the judge said that does not allege it is the location of Twitter’s principal place of business.


What Does Isaac Maintained Happen?

Isaac maintains that when Twitter censored the material, saying that it was hacked, they implied that Isaac was a dishonest businessman. Then, others took to the internet to say bad things about the man and his business. In the end, Isaac had received so many bad reviews that he shuttered his company.

Isaac Goes to the New York Post

Isaac maintains that he first told the FBI about the damming evidence on the hard drive months before he talked to former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who once served as a federal prosecutor. Finally, Isaac went to the New York Post with the information that allegedly contains photos of drug-imbibing Hunter and boudoir photos that may include underaged family members. He also gave the New York Post business memos that he described as explosive. In the weeks leading up to the election, Isaac also alleges that Google and Facebook took steps to throttle the story from getting out.