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Phony Document Found in Trump Raid Case, Man Behind It Won't Be Punished

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This then begs the question, how reliable are documents that are filed in federal courts?



When a government document mysteriously appeared this week in one of the highest-profile cases in the federal court system, it had the hallmarks of another explosive storyline in the Biden administration’s investigation of former President Donald Trump following the FBI raid on his Florida estate and seizure of what the Department of Justice described as classified records.

The document purported to be from the U.S. Treasury Department, claimed that the agency had seized sensitive documents related to last month‚Äôs FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and included a warrant ordering CNN to preserve ‚Äúleaked tax records.‚ÄĚ

The document remained late Thursday on the court docket, but there’s one problem: It is a clear fabrication.

A review of dozens of court records and interviews by The Associated Press suggest the document originated with a serial forger behind bars at a federal prison complex in North Carolina.

The incident also suggests that the court clerk was easily tricked into believing it was real, landing the document on the public docket in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case.

It also highlights the vulnerability of the U.S. court system and raises questions about the court’s vetting of documents that purport to be official records.

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This then begs the question, how reliable are documents that are filed in federal courts?


When a government document mysteriously appeared this week in one of the highest-profile cases in the federal court system, it had the hallmarks of another explosive storyline in the Biden administration’s investigation of former President Donald Trump following the FBI raid on his Florida estate and seizure of what the Department of Justice described as classified records.
The document purported to be from the U.S. Treasury Department, claimed that the agency had seized sensitive documents related to last month‚Äôs FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and included a warrant ordering CNN to preserve ‚Äúleaked tax records.‚ÄĚ
The document remained late Thursday on the court docket, but there’s one problem: It is a clear fabrication.
A review of dozens of court records and interviews by The Associated Press suggest the document originated with a serial forger behind bars at a federal prison complex in North Carolina.
The incident also suggests that the court clerk was easily tricked into believing it was real, landing the document on the public docket in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case.
It also highlights the vulnerability of the U.S. court system and raises questions about the court’s vetting of documents that purport to be official records.
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The document was found, wasn't it? The vetting process worked.
 

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The documents existence points to bias.
The document's existance points to the well known forger. The fact that it was found points to how well documents are vetted.
 

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This then begs the question, how reliable are documents that are filed in federal courts?


When a government document mysteriously appeared this week in one of the highest-profile cases in the federal court system, it had the hallmarks of another explosive storyline in the Biden administration’s investigation of former President Donald Trump following the FBI raid on his Florida estate and seizure of what the Department of Justice described as classified records.
The document purported to be from the U.S. Treasury Department, claimed that the agency had seized sensitive documents related to last month‚Äôs FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and included a warrant ordering CNN to preserve ‚Äúleaked tax records.‚ÄĚ
The document remained late Thursday on the court docket, but there’s one problem: It is a clear fabrication.
A review of dozens of court records and interviews by The Associated Press suggest the document originated with a serial forger behind bars at a federal prison complex in North Carolina.
The incident also suggests that the court clerk was easily tricked into believing it was real, landing the document on the public docket in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case.
It also highlights the vulnerability of the U.S. court system and raises questions about the court’s vetting of documents that purport to be official records.
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I read this earlier today. This is the left's sordid attempts to try claiming that a special master can't be trusted to review the documents, only the DOJ and FBI can be trusted.
 
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The document's existance points to the well known forger. The fact that it was found points to how well documents are vetted.


It was stamped and filed.
 

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What this implies is that the documents seized at Mar a Lago have been seeded with false document while in the possession of the DoJ.
 
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The concern is a false charge would have been placed that had no basis in facts. This would have been a death nail in the government's case to find a forgery being touted by the LMSM as fact. Kind of like they did in the FISA case to gain access to Trumps communications. Same premise and no one has been held accountable for that perjury and false affidavit yet as well.

Points to nefarious attempts to influence the court and public opinion. Which also brings into question the planting of evidence by the DOJ in the documents that have been seized. If active case work is being done to create false pleadings, then the security of the documents/evidence is in sever jeopardy.
 

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This then begs the question, how reliable are documents that are filed in federal courts?


When a government document mysteriously appeared this week in one of the highest-profile cases in the federal court system, it had the hallmarks of another explosive storyline in the Biden administration’s investigation of former President Donald Trump following the FBI raid on his Florida estate and seizure of what the Department of Justice described as classified records.
The document purported to be from the U.S. Treasury Department, claimed that the agency had seized sensitive documents related to last month‚Äôs FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and included a warrant ordering CNN to preserve ‚Äúleaked tax records.‚ÄĚ
The document remained late Thursday on the court docket, but there’s one problem: It is a clear fabrication.
A review of dozens of court records and interviews by The Associated Press suggest the document originated with a serial forger behind bars at a federal prison complex in North Carolina.
The incident also suggests that the court clerk was easily tricked into believing it was real, landing the document on the public docket in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case.
It also highlights the vulnerability of the U.S. court system and raises questions about the court’s vetting of documents that purport to be official records.
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If the Attorney staff is creating false affidavits that are a lie in this active case, then the security of the evidence is now suspect. These staff have access to the evidence. What else is now fabricated and placed? This is in your face perjury... And no one will be held accountable? Really? This one act could make the whole case go away... The fabrication of evidence and the fabrication of charges go hand in hand.

This is sever prosecutorial misconduct.

I am finding this very hard to believe that a prisoner was behind this. This doesn't pass the smell test given the DOJ and FBI track record...
 
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I'm sure it was. They are all stamped and filed upon receipt, before they are examined.


Meaning it was mad part of the file. Duh.

In the highest profile case that clerk ever dealt with.
 

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What this implies is that the documents seized at Mar a Lago have been seeded with false document while in the possession of the DoJ.

eeeeyep....
 

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Meaning it was mad part of the file. Duh.

In the highest profile case that clerk ever dealt with.
Did you expect them to let it lay on the counter until it was examined? Of course it was put with all the other incoming doccuments until they could be examined, dumb ass.
 

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This then begs the question, how reliable are documents that are filed in federal courts?


When a government document mysteriously appeared this week in one of the highest-profile cases in the federal court system, it had the hallmarks of another explosive storyline in the Biden administration’s investigation of former President Donald Trump following the FBI raid on his Florida estate and seizure of what the Department of Justice described as classified records.
The document purported to be from the U.S. Treasury Department, claimed that the agency had seized sensitive documents related to last month‚Äôs FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and included a warrant ordering CNN to preserve ‚Äúleaked tax records.‚ÄĚ
The document remained late Thursday on the court docket, but there’s one problem: It is a clear fabrication.
A review of dozens of court records and interviews by The Associated Press suggest the document originated with a serial forger behind bars at a federal prison complex in North Carolina.
The incident also suggests that the court clerk was easily tricked into believing it was real, landing the document on the public docket in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case.
It also highlights the vulnerability of the U.S. court system and raises questions about the court’s vetting of documents that purport to be official records.
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Pay no attention to the distraction.
 

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