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U.S. Department of Justice appeals injunction in favor of Trump blocking review of confidential documents found at his home

 U.S. Department of Justice appeals injunction in favor of Trump blocking review of confidential documents found at his home   Last Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a partial appeal against a court decision to stop reviewing documents seized from former U.S. President Donald Trump's Florida residence.    It also called on the Ministry to continue to investigate such material classified as confidential.    Federal investigators have been barred since last week from reviewing thousands of documents seized by the FBI from Trump's seaside home ,after a judge made the decision to appoint an impartial supervisor to review the files while sitting in the former president's seat.      In a complaint filed on Friday evening   the Justice Department said Judge Aileen Cannon "fundamentally misstated the appointment of a special supervisor and the issuance of an injunction,"but made clear that she would limit her appeal to just  a hundred or so sensitive documents discovered at Trump's house.    The Ministry stated that the delay in reviewing confidential documents stressing that they were government property "impedes the Government's efforts to protect the security of the nation."    Trump is facing mounting judicial pressure   ith the Justice Department reporting that top secret documents were "likely concealed" in order to obstruct the FBI investigation into his possible mismanagement of classified material.    Trump denied that he had made any mistakes. One of the most heinous attacks on democracy in our nation's history was the raid on his home. focused on it in his political rallies.   A panel of three judges is scheduled to hear the appeal in the 11th Circuit Court, but the case may conclude before the Supreme Court. On Thursday, Judge Cannon appointed a "special supervisor", Raymond Deere, to consult the files.    Trump Faces New Judicial Investigation   Former US President Donald Trump faces a new judicial inquiry as Democratic senators open an investigation into allegations that he pressured the Justice Department to investigate his political opponents.    After revealing in a recent book that  Trump's Justice Department pushed his office to pursue criminal cases against former Secretary of State John Kerry and other people seen as Trump's political opponents, former US Attorney General Geoffrey Berman announced that this investigation had been launched.    Subsequently    the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Dick Durbin announced that the matter would be investigated. Commenting on the decision to open an investigation, Berman said I welcome the investigation.. The behaviour that happened was shameful and unprecedented. must be highlighted .



U.S. Department of Justice appeals injunction in favor of Trump blocking review of confidential documents found at his home


Last Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a partial appeal against a court decision to stop reviewing documents seized from former U.S. President Donald Trump's Florida residence.


It also called on the Ministry to continue to investigate such material classified as confidential.


Federal investigators have been barred since last week from reviewing thousands of documents seized by the FBI from Trump's seaside home ,after a judge made the decision to appoint an impartial supervisor to review the files while sitting in the former president's seat.




In a complaint filed on Friday evening


the Justice Department said Judge Aileen Cannon "fundamentally misstated the appointment of a special supervisor and the issuance of an injunction,"but made clear that she would limit her appeal to just  a hundred or so sensitive documents discovered at Trump's house.


The Ministry stated that the delay in reviewing confidential documents stressing that they were government property "impedes the Government's efforts to protect the security of the nation."


Trump is facing mounting judicial pressure


ith the Justice Department reporting that top secret documents were "likely concealed" in order to obstruct the FBI investigation into his possible mismanagement of classified material.


  • Trump denied that he had made any mistakes.
  • One of the most heinous attacks on democracy in our nation's history
  • was the raid on his home.
  • focused on it in his political rallies.



A panel of three judges is scheduled to hear the appeal in the 11th Circuit Court


  • but the case may conclude before the Supreme Court.
  • On Thursday, Judge Cannon appointed a "special supervisor"
  • Raymond Deere, to consult the files.


Trump Faces New Judicial Investigation


Former US President Donald Trump faces a new judicial inquiry as Democratic senators open an investigation into allegations that he pressured the Justice Department to investigate his political opponents.


After revealing in a recent book that  :


Trump's Justice Department pushed his office to pursue criminal cases against former Secretary of State John Kerry and other people seen as Trump's political opponents, former US Attorney General Geoffrey Berman announced that this investigation had been launched.



Subsequently


  • the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Dick Durbin
  • announced that the matter would be investigated.
  • Commenting on the decision to open an investigation, Berman said

I welcome the investigation. The behaviour that happened was shameful and unprecedented. must be highlighted .