Stop investigations – Trump wants neutral examiner – Ministry against


The legal dispute over the documents FBI investigators discovered in Donald Trump’s estate is entering the next round: The ex-president is demanding a special representative to inspect the classified documents found on him. However, the Ministry of Justice sees nothing of it – and objects to it.

The US Department of Justice is taking legal action against a re-examination of seized government documents. The ministry announced Monday that it would appeal against a corresponding court ruling.

Trump calls for special envoy for audit
Following the verdict, documents seized from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate are to be reviewed by a special representative. Until then, the inspection of the documents by the authorities should be stopped. However, the Ministry of Justice wants to try to prevent this in order to avoid delays in the investigation. In addition, the investigators warned that other documents could be in the hands of the former president.

They refer to the 48 empty file folders marked “classified information” and 42 other folders that, according to the note, have only been made available for inspection. It is unclear what exactly was in the folders and where the missing documents are currently located. The day before yesterday, the Washington Post reported that the seized documents also contained information about another country’s military.

Information about nuclear weapons found in documents
The newspaper relies on anonymous sources who are familiar with the status of the investigation. The secure document also covered this country’s nuclear weapons stockpiles, which are usually under special secrecy. The report does not specify which country it concerns.

In early August, the FBI searched Trump’s home in Palm Beach, Florida. The FBI seized several sets of documents, some of which were classified as top secret. Since Trump kept the administration on his private estate after his term in office, he may have broken the law. Trump and his lawyers have criticized the authorities’ actions as being politically motivated. They had insisted on the appointment of a neutral examiner and filed a corresponding lawsuit.

Source: Krone


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