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In Mar-a-Lago, the Ministry of Justice seized over 10,000 unmarked government documents. says

In addition to treasure of information marked “secret” and ” top secret”, FBI search of former Florida President Donald Trump home turned around up over $10,000 government documents and photographs without classification marks, recently opened inventory of the Ministry of Justice of withdrawn items shows.

The DOJ lawsuit, filed earlier this week but unsealed by a judge on Friday, also shows investigators found more over 40 empty folders with “classified” banners on them in Mar-a-Lago. It is not clear what happened to information what was inside the folders.

They are also found almost four dozen empty folders marked “Return to Secretary of Staff/Military Assistant”, according to the detailed property inventory.

Documents and photos without classification marks found in boxes and containers in Trump office and a pantry. This does not indicate how many of them were documents and how many were photos or their subject.

U.S. District Judge Eileen Cannon ordered information in in more detailed property the receipt will be opened during the hearing on Thursday on Trump’s request to have special master review evidence gathered by the FBI in search 8 August.

Trump’s lawyers complained that the initial property receiving government gave them after a search, which showed that federal agents removed 11 sets of classified documents, including some marked secret and top secret – it was too much vague and didn’t say what items we found where.

new version doesn’t shed much more light on documents that the investigators found, but this is so show that a large number of they were found inside crates and containers inside Trump’45 office” in resort.

This is significant because Trump’s lawyers have told investigators that all records coming from the White House are being kept. in a Mar-a-Lago storage facility that agents asked to guard, according to government lawsuits. This exchange took place in June after government Summons Trump over all documents with classification marks, and Trump’s lawyer assured them they were there.

Justice Department says August searches are over over “one one hundred unique the documents with classification marks” and new property the receipt indicates that some of them were kept in randomly. One “box/container” in in the pantry were 21 documents marked “Secret” and 11 documents marked “Confidential”, as well as newspaper clippings, a book and three “articles of clothes/gift items.”

At the hearing, Trump’s lawyers suggested the documents were Trump’s personal files and complained that “ongoing negotiations” with The National Archives “suddenly became criminal the study.”

Lawyers for The Department of Justice stated that all government the documents that were extracted belong to the White House, not Trump, and then he and his lawyers ignored a subpoena demanding the return of all documents with classification marks.

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