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DOJ Reveals Over 10,000 Non-Classified Docs Were Seized From Mar-a-Lago

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DOJ Reveals Over 10,000, Non-Classified Docs Were , Seized From Mar-a-Lago.
NBC reports that over 10,000 government documents and photographs seized by the FBI while searching former President Donald Trump's Florida home were not classified.
NBC reports that over 10,000 government documents and photographs seized by the FBI while searching former President Donald Trump's Florida home were not classified.
According to a newly-unsealed Department of Justice inventory of seized items, investigators also found over 40 empty folders marked "classified." .
According to a newly-unsealed Department of Justice inventory of seized items, investigators also found over 40 empty folders marked "classified." .
It remains unclear what information was previously inside the folders or where their contents are now.
Four dozen other empty folders were reportedly marked "Return to Staff Secretary/Military Aide.".
NBC reports that the documents and photos without a classification marking were taken from boxes and containers in Trump's office and a storage room.
NBC reports that the documents and photos without a classification marking were taken from boxes and containers in Trump's office and a storage room.
The subject matter of the documents
and photos was not made
available in the inventory. .
On September 1, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon ordered
a more detailed property receipt be unsealed upon Trump's
request to have a special master review the evidence.
On September 1, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon ordered
a more detailed property receipt be unsealed upon Trump's
request to have a special master review the evidence.
Trump's legal team has argued that the property receipt offered after the search was vague and failed to specify which items were found.
Trump's legal team has argued that the property receipt offered after the search was vague and failed to specify which items were found.
NBC reports that the property receipt
did show that federal agents had removed
11 sets of classified documents.
Those documents included some
marked "secret" and others "top secret."