There was a report not too long ago that got little attention in the mainstream media.
Special Counsel Jack Smith had admitted that he made incorrect statements in court regarding the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case, reported Just the News.
Smith had to scramble a bit to cover his error.
The discovery of the mistake took place in early August. It was related to information that had been given to Trump's legal team during discovery.
At the time, Smith's office stated, "Included in Production 3 is additional CCTV footage from The Mar-a-Lago Club that the Government obtained from the Trump Organization on May 9 and May 12, 2023, in response to a grand jury subpoena served on April 27.
"On July 27, as part of the preparation for the superseding indictment coming later that day and the discovery production for Defendant De Oliveira, the Government learned that this footage had not been processed and uploaded to the platform established for the defense to view the subpoenaed footage.
"The Government's representation at the July 18 hearing that all surveillance footage the Government had obtained pre-indictment had been produced was therefore incorrect."
Trump is facing dozens of charges, including obstruction for allegedly asking staff members to delete information that was on the surveillance tapes at Mar-a-Lago.
The footage was never deleted and Trump denies having asked his staff to do so.
However, prosecutors have turned at least one former staff member that will play an integral role in convicting Trump on this if they manage to get a guilty plea.
We are a long way from that, however, as Trump's team has not even really started to file their motions in these cases. Once that starts, we can expect some delays in cases as these motions play out.
In fact, we have already seen the Trump Georgia case pushed back until at least December, with the presiding judge giving defense attorneys until the first week of December to file their motions.