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Jack Smith’s team admits ‘incorrect’ claim about evidence in classified Trump documents case |

Special counsel Jack Smith’s team admitted to wrongly claiming to have turned over evidence as required by law in the case of classified documents against former President Donald Trump.

As they prepared last week to indict Mar-a-Lago property manager Carlos De Oliveira for allegedly conspiring with Trump to delete surveillance footage from the estate, prosecutors learned that the footage included as evidence “they had not been processed and uploaded to the platform established for the defense”. to see,” Smith’s team wrote in a filing Monday.

“Therefore, the Government’s representation at the July 18 hearing that all surveillance footage obtained by the Government prior to the indictment had been produced was incorrect,” prosecutors also said.

All CCTV footage obtained by the government has now been released to the defendants, according to Smith’s team.


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