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Judge Releases Trump Document Inventory

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"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored.
Federal investigators also retrieved more than 11,000 non-classified government documents.
One box containing documents marked with confidential, secret and top secret classification identifications also contained "99 magazines/newspapers/press articles," according to the inventory from last month's search filed in federal court in Florida"

"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored"

No other details as this will be updated.

"District Court judge Aileen Cannon ordered the inventory unsealed Friday morning, giving a clearer look at the items FBI agents seized from the former president while executing a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, and the list shows that top-secret documents were intermingled with personal items like books, clothing and printouts of news articles"

"Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," 99 news articles dated between January 2017 and October 2018, and 26 more press articles dated between January and November 2020"

"Other boxes contain similar mixtures of personal items, highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, but the inventory doesn't specify any additional details about any of the items or documents might be"

 

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they are trying to keep a special master from being appointed and stopping the ability of the lie making shop they have going..
 

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"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored.
Federal investigators also retrieved more than 11,000 non-classified government documents.
One box containing documents marked with confidential, secret and top secret classification identifications also contained "99 magazines/newspapers/press articles," according to the inventory from last month's search filed in federal court in Florida"

"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored"

No other details as this will be updated.

"District Court judge Aileen Cannon ordered the inventory unsealed Friday morning, giving a clearer look at the items FBI agents seized from the former president while executing a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, and the list shows that top-secret documents were intermingled with personal items like books, clothing and printouts of news articles"

"Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," 99 news articles dated between January 2017 and October 2018, and 26 more press articles dated between January and November 2020"

"Other boxes contain similar mixtures of personal items, highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, but the inventory doesn't specify any additional details about any of the items or documents might be"


Seven documents that Trump declassified, 43 empty folders marked "classified," highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, and bunch of newspaper clippings.

Hol-E-shit. :auiqs.jpg::laughing0301::lmao::21:
 

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"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored.
Federal investigators also retrieved more than 11,000 non-classified government documents.
One box containing documents marked with confidential, secret and top secret classification identifications also contained "99 magazines/newspapers/press articles," according to the inventory from last month's search filed in federal court in Florida"

"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored"

No other details as this will be updated.

"District Court judge Aileen Cannon ordered the inventory unsealed Friday morning, giving a clearer look at the items FBI agents seized from the former president while executing a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, and the list shows that top-secret documents were intermingled with personal items like books, clothing and printouts of news articles"

"Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," 99 news articles dated between January 2017 and October 2018, and 26 more press articles dated between January and November 2020"

"Other boxes contain similar mixtures of personal items, highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, but the inventory doesn't specify any additional details about any of the items or documents might be"

The recovery of 7 documents marked Top Secret, kind of blows the idea documents were even protected by being maintained secured in a supposed "SCIF". Further the mixing of personal documents and classified official documents further clarifies the mishandling of classified document, and is clearly forbidden.
From the Raw Story article on the release of inventory of the documents recovered, I found this disturbing "Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," It makes me wonder where those documents went.
 

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The recovery of 7 documents marked Top Secret, kind of blows the idea documents were even protected by being maintained secured in a supposed "SCIF". Further the mixing of personal documents and classified official documents further clarifies the mishandling of classified document, and is clearly forbidden.
From the Raw Story article on the release of inventory of the documents recovered, I found this disturbing "Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," It makes me wonder where those documents went.
The argument that Trump declassified the documents before he left office, which he had the authority to do, has still jot been settled. Differing clames from the opposite side remain but no definitive decision yet. This ain't over...
 

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"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored.
Federal investigators also retrieved more than 11,000 non-classified government documents.
One box containing documents marked with confidential, secret and top secret classification identifications also contained "99 magazines/newspapers/press articles," according to the inventory from last month's search filed in federal court in Florida"

"The search inventory released showed that classified documents had been mixed in with personal items and other materials in the boxes in which they were stored"

No other details as this will be updated.

"District Court judge Aileen Cannon ordered the inventory unsealed Friday morning, giving a clearer look at the items FBI agents seized from the former president while executing a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, and the list shows that top-secret documents were intermingled with personal items like books, clothing and printouts of news articles"

"Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," 99 news articles dated between January 2017 and October 2018, and 26 more press articles dated between January and November 2020"

"Other boxes contain similar mixtures of personal items, highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, but the inventory doesn't specify any additional details about any of the items or documents might be"

If RawSewage or okfine said it, it's a lie.
 

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The recovery of 7 documents marked Top Secret, kind of blows the idea documents were even protected by being maintained secured in a supposed "SCIF". Further the mixing of personal documents and classified official documents further clarifies the mishandling of classified document, and is clearly forbidden.
From the Raw Story article on the release of inventory of the documents recovered, I found this disturbing "Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," It makes me wonder where those documents went.
"and is clearly forbidden."

Wrong.

Do more research moron.
 
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The recovery of 7 documents marked Top Secret, kind of blows the idea documents were even protected by being maintained secured in a supposed "SCIF". Further the mixing of personal documents and classified official documents further clarifies the mishandling of classified document, and is clearly forbidden.
From the Raw Story article on the release of inventory of the documents recovered, I found this disturbing "Investigators seized from Trump's office seven documents marked "top secret," 43 empty folders marked "classified," 28 empty folders labeled "return to staff secretary/military aide," It makes me wonder where those documents went.
I have a feeling the Feds will be checking other Trump properties in the near future.
 

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I have a feeling the Feds will be checking other Trump properties in the near future.
Fascists just might do that for pleasure.... its what they do...
 

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Seven documents that Trump declassified, 43 empty folders marked "classified," highly sensitive government documents and government documents and photographs without classification markings, and bunch of newspaper clippings.

Hol-E-shit. :auiqs.jpg::laughing0301::lmao::21:
They have nothing...
 

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Hmmm.....no 'National Security-threatening nuclear secrets' anywhere on the list....

:rolleyes:
6pujiz.jpg
 

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The argument that Trump declassified the documents before he left office, which he had the authority to do, has still jot been settled. Differing clames from the opposite side remain but no definitive decision yet. This ain't over...
Funny, that the Trump lawyers did not even make that assertion in their filings, but possibly an oversight on their part. You should contact them and inform, if you think they were remiss in defending their client. I am sure they would welcome your fine legal mind.
 

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Ok, Billy Boy. Do you think if Trump has other places to stash the peoples documents the Feds wouldn't look?
until his ability to declassify those documents is settled, they have no probable cause... they have nothing... just like the illegal raid on Mar-a-lago.
 

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