A federal judge on Friday unsealed more detailed inventory of what the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago last month.
Judge Aileen Cannon, the Trump-appointed judge who is still deciding whether to appoint a special master to review the seized documents, unsealed more inventory.
The new inventory included clothing, magazine covers and news clippings.
The so-called ‘classified’ documents shown in the staged photo earlier this week were found alongside 43 empty folders marked classified.
MORE: The classified records retrieved from the leatherbound box in Trump’s office — shown in the photo earlier this week — were found alongside 99 news clippings, 69 unclassified records, 43 empty folders marked classified, and 28 empty ‘return to staff secretary/military aide’ pic.twitter.com/V4sjdy2yRZ
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ABC News reported:
A federal judge on Friday unsealed a more detailed inventory of what the FBI seized in the search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last month.
The judge, who is considering the Trump legal team’s request to name a third party to review the materials, ordered the release in a court hearing in Florida Thursday.
Judge Aileen Cannon also ordered unsealed a status review of the records seized during the Aug. 8 search of Mar-a-Lago.
The expanded property list gives further detail of the volume of material seized by agents in the search and how it was intermingled with seemingly innocuous items such as newspaper clippings, photographs, books and clothing. It describes hundreds upon hundreds of U.S. government documents collected by investigators without any classification markings that were grouped in some cases with only a few documents that bore classification markings ranging from Confidential to Top Secret/SCI.
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