The exact reason for the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home is unknown. The U.S. Department of Justice does not want to release those details because it could jeopardize the investigation.
On Monday, FBI agents raided Trump’s Florida home. Later that week Pale Trump was charged with obstruction of justice and violating the Espionage Act as part of the investigation. But the evidence for those suspicions remains secret for now.
The burden of proof is stated in a detailed statement, which Confession is called The document has been requested to be released The New York Times and other American media. They want to know what the search for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was based on.
But the US Department of Justice has objected to the release of the document. The department said releasing that information would jeopardize an ongoing investigation. For example, witnesses are no longer willing to cooperate because of “highly sensitive information.”
The ministry also cited extreme sensitivity of the research as a reason for halting publication. The U.S. Department of Justice fears further escalation that could endanger national security if the identity of questioned witnesses is not protected.
Those concerns seem well-founded. So Received Law enforcement officials involved in the raid received death threats. And last Wednesday, an attack on an FBI office in Ohio was thwarted. An armed man tried to enter the Cincinnati office, but officers were able to take him out.
The judge will now decide whether or not to release the document. It is not yet clear when he will issue a ruling.
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