Index - Abroad - Documents seized during the search of Donald Trump's home have been announced

Index – Abroad – Documents seized during the search of Donald Trump’s home have been announced

Posted by US authorities Donald Trump Minutes of searching Monday for his Florida home, which reveals the confiscation of classified documents from the former president.

The court order and minutes of formal procedure were issued after the attorney general’s press release Thursday, several days after the FBI searched a Florida home. About Merrick Garland Briefing He stated that he had started publishing the documents in response to the public’s demand.

Donald Trump On Thursday night, he demanded disclosure as soon as possible.

A court order published on Fox News Friday revealed that it was signed last Saturday, August 5, by Judge Bruce Reinhart, which gave the FBI the authority to search property in Florida, and all of its buildings, and that Donald Trump and his associates are. used. The order also stated that the authority can carry out the action on or before August 19, between 6 am and 10 pm, and that all physical data carriers that are in physical form and can be used as other evidence, where illegal data can be used. Stored, can be seized.

Lots of documents stolen

According to the protocol prepared by the investigators, 20 boxes of documents were seized. These include confidential documents, including top-secret, confidential and confidential documents, which are called TS / SCI (Highly Confidential / Sensitive Information) documents. The report revealed that the FBI was also carrying a “leather box” containing photo albums, handwritten notes and many other classified and classified documents.

According to the summary of the news channel, Donald Trump and his team are skeptical about the confidential nature of the documents, as the former president declassified them before leaving office.

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And according to local time, the Washington Post daily wrote, on Friday morning, referring to its private information, that confidential documents related to nuclear weapons were also discussed during a house search. No relevant information was disclosed from the published documents.

Meanwhile, in New York, it is now final that Trump’s business trial begins on October 24, with jurors selected. MTI wrote that the judge in the case at a hearing rejected the Trump Organization’s request and its former chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, to drop the tax evasion charges.

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