G. McConway
August 3, 2023

Special Counsel Jack Smith Admits Mistake in Trump Mar-a-Lago Case

It would appear that Special Counsel Jack Smith screwed up, and now he is scrambling.

Smith admitted that the mistake was on him, and his office will now work to rectify the situation.

Among other charges against Trump, Smith introduced the indictments regarding the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.

I Screwed Up

Smith made the announcement on Monday, admitting that materials that were supposed to be included in discovery were not actually given to Trump's legal team.

The statement read, "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," reported Newsweek.

In the latest indictment, Smith is hitting Trump for allegedly asking his staffers to delete footage that was on the Mar-a-Lago surveillance footage.

Of all the cases against Trump, this seems to be the one legal experts believe will be the most challenging.

Constitutional expert Jonathan Turley has even stated that the indictment will be a problem for Trump, the exact opposite of what he said after Smith announced his new indictments on a different matter earlier this week.

I have to ask… if Trump is found guilty of asking staffers to delete surveillance video that had been subpoenaed, why was Hillary never held accountable for having her servers bleached?

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