Trump is granted a reprieve on his lodging objections to the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago inventory. Judge Aileen Cannon overruled special master Raymond Dearie’s deadline after the former president’s attorneys objected that he lacked the jurisdiction to establish it.
John Strand, one of the few J6 defendants who declined a plea agreement, was found guilty of all five obstruction and trespassing charges Tuesday.
During last month’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, a federal judge announced that she would release a detailed list of the FBI’s items, allowing us to understand better what documents might be among the seized materials.
A federal court in Florida unsealed a search warrant affidavit for former President Donald Trump’s residence Friday, which was heavily redacted. Nevertheless, both sides of the political aisle reacted strongly to the document, which has become the focus of a major investigation.
The judge said in a two-page ruling that the federal government’s proposed redactions were specifically limited to keeping secret grand jury information, identities of uncharged individuals, and sources and methods used in a criminal investigation – and the rest could be made public.
On Monday, a federal judge rejected Sen. Lindsey Graham’s efforts to quash a subpoena compelling him to testify before a grand jury investigating Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election.
After the warrant was executed, the FBI and DHS noticed an increase in “violent threats” against law enforcement, judiciary, and government personnel, including a threat to “place a dirty bomb in front of FBI headquarters,” according to the bulletin. Calls for “civil war” and “armed rebellion” have also increased on social media recently.
. The Justice Department has requested a Florida judge to unseal the warrant FBI agents used to search his Mar-a-Lago home this week