The National Archives and Records Administration recently disclosed that they had found nine boxes of documents in the Boston office of President Joe Biden's attorney, Patrick Moore. The documents were moved from the Penn Biden Center in Washington, DC, before NARA's initial request to pick up boxes of documents from the think-tank in November 2022. This disclosure was made in response to a letter written by Sens. Ron Johnson and Charles Grassley in February. [tweet_embed]March 10, 2023[/tweet_embed] NARA stated that it referred the matter to the Office of Inspector General as soon as they were informed of the extra boxes on November 4. NARA staff picked up the nine boxes on November 9 and transported them to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston. The agency noted that Biden's legal team had begun reviewing materials at the Penn Biden Center in October. While they were uncertain when Moore moved the documents to his office, they have had the boxes since November. However, they have not reviewed the contents of the boxes found at Mr. Moore's Boston office. This is not the first time such an incident has occurred. In January, news broke that documents from Biden's time as second in command were found in his office at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington DC. In addition, more classified documents were discovered in various locations frequented by the President, including the garage of his home in Delaware. In response to these incidents, House Republicans have launched an investigation into the matter, and a special counsel was appointed by the Justice Department to review Biden's handling of the material. The matter is currently ongoing. As reported by NARA, the documents are yet to be reviewed, and the contents of the boxes are yet to be made public.