Magistrate Bruce Reinhart on Thursday ordered for edited version of A search warrant for Mar-a-Lago will be issued by Friday afternoon.
big painting: The affidavit sets out the evidence for FBI’s search former Mar-a-Lago President Trump home for secret documents he took with him when he left office.
Details: Judge Bruce Reinhart ordered for affidavit must be made public with edition by noon ET on Friday.
- He wrote that “in government It has met his burden of showing that his proposed wordings are narrowly tailored to serve the government’s legitimate interest in integrity of ongoing investigation and are the least burdensome alternative to sealing the entire affidavit.”
- Reinhart reportedly review the department’s editors and decide whether or not to publish the affidavit, Reuters reported.
- He said the edits could be so severe that they could “make the document devoid of of content.”
Memory: On Monday, Reinhart filed a written order proposing call for portions of Erin Doherty of Axios said the affidavit should be printed.
- “Due to the intensive public and historical interest in unprecedented search of a former presidential residence, USA government Reinhart wrote that he did not present a strong enough case to seal the affidavit.
- “So I reject the government’s argument that the present record justifies keeping all affidavits confidential,” he wrote.