A sealed search warrant for Donald Trump’s home has been made public by a federal judge in Florida, along with an inventory of seized documents. One of these is about the “President of France”.
After days of controversy, the FBI released its reasoning on Friday Donald Trump’s home raided, in Florida. US federal police seized documents marked “top secret” during a raid at the former president’s home. FBI investigators suspect Republicans violated the US Intelligence Act, which strictly regulates the possession of classified documents related to national security, only some of which can be consulted or viewed in secure buildings. Several court documents were released Friday by a Florida judge: a lengthy inventory of documents seized Monday by FBI agents before the search was conducted, including the warrant authorizing the search.
Papers on the “President of France”.
The list mentions a collection of documents classified as “Top Secret” or “Secret” or “Confidential” and a document titled “1A Information re: President of France” without further details. According to this inventory, about thirty boxes, binders with photographs and a handwritten note were seized. According to experts, the implementation of this law does not risk the former president being accused of espionage. “The Espionage Act has nothing to do with espionage”Bradley Moss, a lawyer who specializes in these issues, said on Twitter.
The move, which was carried out at Donald Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, drew the ire of his supporters. “Political Persecution”, as well as many republican periods. On Thursday, Justice Minister Merrick Garland, in an extraordinary speech, asked a judge to make public his reasons for authorizing the search. This request – highly unusual – was favorably received by Donald Trump. “Not only will I not oppose the release of the documents (…), but I will go further by encouraging their immediate release”, the billionaire wrote Thursday evening, though he declined to make public a copy of the order he received. The former president assured in a press release on Friday that all the documents recovered by the police are classified.
Earlier today was Friday, The The Washington Post Citing unnamed sources but “Near the trialIt revealed that FBI agents were specifically looking for classified documents related to nuclear weapons. The Wall Street Journal Authorities said they found it during the raid “about twenty” Boxes containing important confidential documents and information “President of France”. The US newspaper said on Monday it had access to three pages of seized material, including top secret or classified documents, photographs and a handwritten note. The inventory is part of a seven-page document “President of France”. Not to mention that it was Emmanuel Macron.
“Important Public Interest”
Until then, speculations about the reasons for this search were favourable The ex-president’s involvement in the attack on the capital, in January 2020. Monday’s search was the first to target a former US president. Thursday, during his brief televised speech, Merrick Garland promised “Personal Recognition” This search. “Ministry will not take such a decision lightly”The Minister of Justice underlined that the case is a take “Important Public Interest”Three months before the Interim Legislative Assembly elections.
The law requires US presidents to send all of their emails, letters and other working documents to the US National Archives. However, when Donald Trump left the White House in January 2021, he took fifteen boxes of documents with him, which the documents’ agents had to retrieve at Mar-a-Lago in January. Donald Trump, outraged by the search, told Truth Social on Monday that his lawyers are cooperating. “fully” When with authorities “Suddenly and without warning, Mar-a-Lago was raided by a large number of officers around 6:30 a.m.” In particular, he complained about the fact that he was with FBI agents “I Searched the First Lady’s Closet” Melania Trump. On Wednesday, he even suggested he might have been with the federal police “square” false testimony against him during the proceedings.
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