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Florida court declassifies search warrant at Trump estate

Secret service personnel outside former US President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. File photoWASHINGTON, Aug 12A court in Florida issued a search warrant for the estate of former US President Donald Trump and an inventory of the seized property. As follows from the documents, the document was approved on the afternoon of August 5, the authority allowed the entire territory of the estate to be explored. The court, as follows from the materials, was guided, among other things, by the article of the US Code on the “collection, transfer or loss of defense information”.Democrats urinate Trump in the toilet The list of confiscated items includes boxes with documents, notes, photographs and top secret papers. Punishment under the article on sensitive information referred to by the court can be a fine or imprisonment for up to ten years. In turn, Politico claims that one of the appendices to the warrant states that Trump has documents marked “TS/SCI” (Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information – Ed.), implying one of the highest levels of secrecy. Another document allegedly contained “data about the President of France”.Trump was “enthusiastic” after the search, his associate said Trump himself emphasized that there was no need for FBI agents to search his estate. According to the ex-president of the United States, all the documents seized by the federals were declassified, moreover, he was ready to give them to the authorities voluntarily. Beach, I will go ahead and call for their immediate publication,” the former head of state said in a statement attached to the case. On Monday evening, Trump said that his Mar-a-Lago estate was searched by FBI agents. The former president added that they did not allow anyone, including lawyers, to be present during the searches. Justice Minister Merrick Garland said on Thursday that he had personally authorized the filing of a lawsuit for a search warrant, a decision that was not easy but reasonable. The Justice Department is now asking the court to allow the release of the warrant and an inventory of what was seized during the search, the minister said.


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