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Corrupt Jack Smith Refuses to Provide to Defense List of Documents Stolen from Trump During Mar-a-Lago Raid

Corrupt Jack Smith continues to refuse to provide the documents stolen from President Trump during the Biden DOJ’s Mar-a-Lago Raid. 

Julie Kelly has been covering Jack Smith’s bogus case in Florida against President Trump for some time.  The case is ultimately based on crimes committed by Hillary, Obama and Biden.  See Mike Davis post below.

ATTORNEY MIKE DAVIS: Every Crime of Obama/Biden/Hillary Against President Trump is to Cover-Up Their Own Crimes

Kelly commented on the latest in the Jack Smith case where Biden’s DOJ stole documents from President Trump’s home Mar-a-Lago and then turned around and said that the documents were classified.

Here are Kelly’s comments from yesterday’s actions:

Some mini bombshells out of this afternoon’s court hearing in Florida classified docs case.

First, things continue to get spicy between Judge Cannon and Jack Smith’s team. She expressed great frustration at what she called “secrecy” surrounding grand jury materials in DC. Keep in mind–DOJ then Jack Smith conducted nearly the entire investigation in Trump-hating DC then switched to FLA at last minute for indictment.

Cannon said there is something “ambiguous going on in the background” and commented that it is “impossible to really know” why grand jury materials remain in DC, some under seal.

She pushed Jay Bratt, Smith’s lead prosecutor, to explain why records from a closed grand jury matter must remain sealed. Apparently one matter involves Judge Beryl Howell’s order that pierced attorney-client privilege between Trump and his lawyer.

Defense attorney Stanley Woodward said he has asked DC court to docket his requests for certain GJ materials. They have “declined,” he told Cannon.

Second–and stunningly–Jay Bratt basically admitted they do not have proof that Walt Nauta, charged with conspiring with Trump to conceal classified files from Trump’s lawyer then the FBI to impede grand jury investigation, moved boxes that actually contained papers with classified markings.

He also indicated he did not believe DOJ would have to prove that at trial. HUH?

That prompted a heated response by Woodward. “Show us the evidence” he said. If, as Bratt stated, they can’t or don’t have to prove Nauta moved boxes with records with classified markings “there is no crime.”

DOJ making “assumptions” that any boxes Nauta moved contained sought-after evidence.

And get this: All the boxes retrieved during MAL raid are at the corrupt Washington FBI field office. Agents apparently removed the alleged “classified documents” and put some sort of marking as to where the contraband paper was in the box.

Suuuure.

Kelly then shared: 

Third, SCOTUS review of 1512c2 with oral arguments set for Tuesday also could impact this case. (It will impact Smith’s J6 case in DC).

Much debate centered on the proper definition of “corruptly,” which is a source of contention in the application of 1512c2 in J6 cases. It’s unclear whether SCOTUS will provide a definition to bring some clarity to the vague obstruction of an official proceeding statute.

Some discussion about split decisions at DC circuit in both Fischer and Robertson–so SCOTUS ruling on 1512c2 will be consequential for Smith in two cases. (More on this in a weekend column.)

Julie Kelly then summed up:

My guess is Cannon will again deny motions to dismiss based on vagueness of 1512 charges.

But not sure what she will decide in terms of defense request for a bill of particulars to further elucidate DOJ’s evidence. Bratt really struggled to explain how Nauta and DeOlivera knew about the FBI investigation and/or two subpoenas for documents and footage.

As I have said, this case is garbage. It always impossible to know which boxes–and Trump apparently uses boxes all the time to transport newspapers, personal items, etc–had classified papers (allegedly) and which did not.

I silently laugh at all the ConInc legal experts who insisted this case was legit. But of course those are the same folks who aren’t covering these proceedings now so…

My guess is Cannon will again deny motions to dismiss based on vagueness of 1512 charges.

But not sure what she will decide in terms of defense request for a bill of particulars to further elucidate DOJ’s evidence. Bratt really struggled to explain how Nauta and DeOlivera knew…

— Julie Kelly (@julie_kelly2) April 12, 2024

What a nightmare Biden/Obama’s DOJ has become.  It’s as if it is being run by communists. 

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