The FBI confiscated about 20 boxes of documents during searches Monday at the Mar-a-Lago estate. The list that was revealed shows that among them were 11 sets of classified documents. Some of them were of a highly classified nature and could only be seen in specially secured government places.
Investigating violations of federal laws
The search warrant issued by the court also shows that when a search is requested, Prosecutor’s Office The general said he was investigating a possible violation of three different federal laws. One is the collection, transmission, or loss of military information under the Espionage Act. The remaining laws deal with concealment or removal of state documents, and destruction, alteration, or falsification of documents in federal proceedings.
Will Donald Trump be charged?
earlier Donald Trump He criticized the search for his property on Monday, calling it a political act. former president He stated that the search was not necessary because his attorneys were in discussions with the Ministry of Justice about the documents from which he was taken White House.
It is not clear at this time whether the search and confiscation of classified documents from Donald Trump’s property will lead to charges being brought against the former. President.
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