Breaking news reveals that a possible indictment against former President Donald Trump and potential obstruction of an investigation could send shockwaves through the nation. New developments suggest that Mar-a-Lago staff and Trump aides might also face charges in this stunning development.
Leaked information from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg indicates that Jack Smith, a special counsel, is currently investigating Donald Trump regarding the storage of presidential records at his Mar-a-Lago resort, as well as any potential efforts to obstruct this probe. Astonishingly, a Florida grand jury was exposed this week through leaks to the media, with Bloomberg noting that evidence gathered from the grand jury could be used in the case against Trump in the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. However, it remains unclear what direction Smith’s work might take, given that the Justice Department typically assigns cases for indictment to grand juries in the corresponding district where the crime occurred.
On Wednesday, John Solomon of Just The News claimed that Trump’s lawyers were informed that an indictment could occur as soon as this week, a report that Trump later denied. Additionally, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman mentioned in a tweet that multiple outlets, including the Washington Post and CNN, have reported that federal officials are constructing a likely indictment, supported by witness testimony obtained in Miami.
Leaks to the Washington Post reveal that if an indictment against Trump occurs, a majority of the charges will be filed in South Florida. Other process crimes, including false statements and perjury, might be filed in Washington D.C. The Post reported that the legal rationale for this geographical dispersion is due to most of the