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Trump Calls for Indictment Dismissal Over Evidence Mishandling Claims

Former President Donald Trump has been making headlines again, this time calling for the dismissal of classified documents indictment against him due to alleged violations of due process and evidence mishandling during an FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago residence. The response from Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team didn’t hold back, stating that there was no bad faith involved in the mishandling and that Trump’s due process rights were not violated in any way.

It was revealed that investigators had indeed mishandled some evidence seized from Mar-a-Lago, not placing documents back in their original order and even using props for staged photos of alleged classified documents. Trump’s legal team wasted no time in filing a motion to dismiss the indictment based on the spoliation of evidence, pointing out the government’s focus on photos for the media rather than preserving key exculpatory evidence.

In a 33-page filing, Jay Bratt from the Special Counsel’s office defended the handling of evidence, emphasizing that the integrity of the documents was maintained despite some rearrangement in the boxes. Bratt argued that the FBI agents conducted the search professionally and carefully, debunking Trump’s claims of bad faith and spoliation. The filing concluded that Trump’s accusations were unfounded and the motion should be denied for being flawed on both legal and factual grounds.

As the legal battle continues, it appears that the back-and-forth between Trump and the Special Counsel’s office will be far from over. Trump’s attempts to have the indictment dismissed based on evidence mishandling have been met with a strong rebuttal, setting the stage for a contentious legal showdown in the days to come.

Written by Staff Reports

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