Court Unseals Redacted Version Of Affidavit Used To Justify
Court Unseals Redacted Version Of Affidavit Used To Justify Search Of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Property
A redacted version of the affidavit used to justify the August 8 search of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property was unsealed Friday.
The heavily blacked-out document nevertheless showed that, in the 15 boxes that Trump initially sent to the National Archives
184 documents had classification markings, including 25 marked as top secret.
The unsealing drew intense interest, covered by cable news networks and, given journalists’ desire to see the document
overloaded PACER, the database used by federal courts.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart’s ruling came after the Justice Department submitted a proposed redacted version of the affidavit
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