Attorneys for Donald Trump and the Justice Department have agreed on a possible candidate to be the special master. The special masters will look over the documents taken from Mar-a-Lago. The Justice Department said in a court filing Monday evening that Judge Raymond Dearie, suggested by Trump’s legal team, is a good choice for the third-party attorney who will review the seized materials independently.
Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance on Rogan’s podcast last week stoked controversy. Especially after Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook limited access to the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election. According to him, Facebook was limited the due to FBI concerns about “Russian propaganda.” This is all the more alarming because of the questionable FBI raid on former President Trump’s residence, Mar-a-Lago. Republican leaders are currently threatening to rebuild the Department of Justice if they take control of the house. Zuckerberg’s comments raise some red flags.
Former President Donald Trump has been getting a lot of press lately. The FBI raided his home on August 8, and the events have just continued. On August 11, Trump invoked the 5 Amendment at his deposition. It was also made known that his constitutional rights may have been violated when the FBI seized attorney-client privilege documents and his passports. In his latest move, Trump posted that he plans to file a motion regarding the violation of his rights. The FBI and the DOJ should be held accountable
President Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump is putting the FBI on notice about its raid on Mar-a Lago: the incident was recorded. President Trump’s son, Eric Trump, told Sean Hannity that they would release the video surveillance footage when it was the right time. He also confirmed that FBI agents had requested that Mar-a-Lago’s surveillance cameras be turned off, which staff members refused to do. According to Eric Trump, insisting that cameras be turned off undermines the concept of transparency in law enforcement.
In recent days, Trump’s allies have stepped up their calls for Merrick Garland to unseal the document, which would reveal the evidence prosecutors presented to demonstrate they had probable cause to believe Trump had committed crimes at his home — the standard they had to meet to secure the search warrant.
A new report alleges that the Department of Justice (DOJ) took materials from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home that contained privileged attorney-client communications. The 6th Amendment protects attorney-client information, making the material seized potentially unusable because it would have been obtained illegally under the 4th Amendment.