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Judge Aileen Cannon denies another Trump motion to dismiss classified documents case

Jun 11, 2024 View Original Article
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    10% Center

  • Reliability

    70% ReliableGood

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    10% Center

  • Politician Portrayal

    -61% Negative

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49% : She further noted “the risks that can flow from a prosecutor’s decision to include in a charging document an extensive narrative account of his or her view of the facts, especially in cases of significant public interest.”But
42% : While rejecting defendants' efforts to dismiss the obstruction and false statement counts of the indictment, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon sided with them in finding that special counsel Jack Smith's office cannot include allegations about an incident in which Trump allegedly showed a “PAC Representative,” identified in many public reports as Susie Wiles, a classified map of a particular foreign country where an “ongoing military operation” was “not going well.
34% : Trump’s legal team also submitted a separate motion to dismiss the classified documents case on Monday, saying the charges should be dropped because the FBI agents who searched Mar-a-Lago did not preserve the original order in which the documents and other papers were placed in Trump’s boxes — destroying “exculpatory evidence supporting one of the most basic defenses available to President Trump,” they wrote.
33% : Trump has pleaded not guilty to charges and the trial has been indefinitely postponed.
30% : “The Special Counsel’s Office has wrongfully alleged that President Trump was aware of the contents of boxes in August 2022, where those boxes were packed by others in the White House and moved to Florida in January 2021,” Todd Blanche, Chris Kise and Emil Bove wrote.
29% : In a statement included in the filing by the former president's defense lawyers, the special counsel's office said Trump had "failed to provide factual or legal support for a spoliation claim under controlling Eleventh Circuit and Supreme Court caselaw.
25% : A campaign spokesperson and an attorney for Trump did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Monday night.

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