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Judge Cannon Overseeing Mar-a-Lago Raid Case Begins Digging into Actions of Corrupt Obama DC Judge Beryl Howell

Fair and proper Judge Cannon doing her job in the Mar-a-Lago raid case in Florida. 

Julie Kelly reported on Thursday from the Mar-a-Lago raid case in Florida.

NEW: Judge Cannon just filed another banger of an order related to FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and the former chief judge of DC court, the wretched Beryl Howell, decision to pierce attorney-client privilege that forced Trump’s lawyer to turn over his records to Jack Smith in the documents case.

First, Cannon will hold a hearing into whether the search warrant was overly vague and whether agents were properly instructed as to the records they were authorized to seize.

This came up during the hearing on Tuesday. At issue are the general terms in the “property to be seized” attachment B. (On the right)

Also, were FBI agents fully briefed before the raid as to the different category of records involved?

Part of her order on the left.

Kelly continues:

Second–and this is huge and an issue I’ve covered in the past but haven’t been able to update yet–Cannon is taking on Howell’s clearly political ruling to pierce atty-client privilege amid alleged proof that Trump’s lawyer, Evan Corcoran, was used to advance a crime committed by his client.

Jack Smith sought the piercing of privilege just weeks after being appointed special counsel.

Howell, an Obama appointee who makes her contempt for Trump well known, was only too happy to oblige. Corcoran then had to testify before the DC grand jury and produce all of his notes including recordings.

Cannon wants the full record behind Howell’s decision and to hold a hearing related to the process. She has made several public comments expressing her frustration that most of the DOJ’s investigation in the docs case occurred in DC rather than southern Florida.

Getting favorable rulings by Howell is why.

And the DC court is still concealing the records including GJ transcripts.

Here are Kelly’s tweets.

Second–and this is huge and an issue I’ve covered in the past but haven’t been able to update yet–Cannon is taking on Howell’s clearly political ruling to pierce atty-client privilege amid alleged proof that Trump’s lawyer, Evan Corcoran, was used to advance a crime committed… pic.twitter.com/ppodbtMWi6

— Julie Kelly (@julie_kelly2) June 27, 2024

Cannon shared more:

Cannon held a sealed hearing Tuesday morning on Trump’s motion to suppress evidence obtained via Howell’s order. Apparently it did not go well.

It appears Smith’s team–Jay Bratt and David Harbach–vehemently opposed a public hearing on the crime-fraud exception ruling.

One reason? Smith doesn’t want his witnesses in the matter (everything conducted behind closed doors and the docket sealed) to endure cross examination and potentially perjure themselves before trial.

And more:

It seems like either Bratt or Harbach–who had another mini meltdown at the end of Tuesday’s hearing accusing the defense of “hijacking” the hearing and the proceeding was “unfair” LOL–insisted an evidentiary hearing would represent a mini-trial. (Maybe they are reading my posts? This is what I have said for months.)

Cannon pushed back on that description. A hearing, she noted, represents fairness to the defendant.

Here are her last two tweets:

How nice it is to have a fair minded, intelligent and non-biased judge overseeing a case in America.

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