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Washington. Reveal new details about Trump documents

On Friday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced the seizure of a number of blank, encrypted files at former U.S. President Donald Trump's home in Florida.    The department's statement indicated that the FBI searches at Trump's home resulted in the seizure of 43 blank files containing coded markings and 28 other blank files marked by remarks addressed to the military secretary.
 

Washington. 

Reveal new details about Trump documents


On Friday :

  • the U.S. Department of Justice announced the seizure of 
  • a number of blank, encrypted files at former U.S. President 
  • Donald Trump's home in Florida.


The department's statement indicated that the FBI searches at Trump's

home resulted in the seizure of 43 blank files containing coded markings

and 28 other blank files marked by remarks addressed to the military secretary.


Searches at Trump's office in the Mar Alago resort during August

resulted in the seizure of 33 boxes containing secret documents hidden

throughout the house among newspapers, magazines

and other personal collectibles.


The Ministry of :

Justice added that it had opened a criminal investigation

in this regard because of the unlawfulness of

the existence of such secret files in the resort of Mar Alago


and indicated that during the past months there had been 

many attempts to obstruct the investigation.


The Ministry added that the investigations had not yet revealed

why the files had been emptied and the fate of the documents they contained.


The U.S. Attorney's :

Office opposes the involvement of an independent 

lawyer in the study of documents seized from Trump's home


  • A statement issued by the Attorney General's Office
  • which arrived on Tuesday at the Federal Court Rule
  • for the Southern District of Florida

said Trump's lawyer's request was "inadmissible for a number of reasons."


The statement noted that the presidency documents

which the former President's lawyers want to involve

a delegated lawyer in their study, "are not his (Trump's) property"


Lawyers for former US President Donald Trump

have previously asked the court to appoint

a commissioner lawyer to study documents seized from Trump's home in Florida.


  1. attorney Aileen Kennon
  2. who Trump appointed to the post in 2020
  3. announced that she intended to grant the lawyers' request.


US authorities opposed the involvement of an independent lawyer 

in analysing documents seized during searches at former 

US President Donald Trump's home.


but are the property of the United States Government under its supervision.

 The United States Department of Justice does not consider the involvement of

 an independent lawyer "necessary, as it would greatly prejudice the interests of 

the Government, including in the area of national security"

and "will create barriers to the ongoing criminal investigation".


The Public Prosecutor's Office also indicated that the District Court 

had no authority to issue a decision on the possible return of

confiscated documents, which was called for by the defence party.



On 26 August, they reiterated that they considered it necessary to

involve a future expert in the study and analysis of documents. On August 27