Raymond Dearie has issued a new course of action since the recent appeals court ruling…
Dearie issued a set of documents indicating that a ‘knowledgable’ government employee will swear in an affidavit to the official inventory of seized items.
President Trump then has a chance to issue a rebuttal to the original list, citing discrepancies.
These discrepancies include items listed that weren’t taken (or were never at Mar-A-Lago in the first place), and items that aren’t officially on the list that the DOJ and FBI improperly seized.
Following the rebuttal, the government can issue its response; the back and forth has begun…
Here’s the recent ruling:
The Epoch Times provided more details on the process:
U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie, the special master, also left open the possibility of recommending the government be ordered to return some of the seized materials.
Dearie outlined the plan on Sept. 22, following an order that blocks him and Trump’s lawyers from accessing materials with classified markings that were taken from Trump’s home in Palm Beach, Florida.
Fox News reports:
Dearie has until Nov. 30 to finish reviewing the seized records.
Dearie, at this point, will review records with classification markings, and filter out any that are personal records or that may be protected by claims of executive privilege.