Wednesday, April 18, 2018

BREAKING: FBI Has "Voluntarily Refrained" From Looking At Cohen's Seized Records, Plans To Start Reviewing April 27 (READ LETTER)

The U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York told the Court that agents have "voluntarily refrained" from starting to go through the documents they seized from Trump attorney Michael Cohen. They propose to begin reviewing them with their "Filter Team" (aka "Taint Team") on April 27 and suggest it will take until May 11.

The letter to Judge Kimba Wood also reasserts their opposition to a Special Master to review any disputes over what documents might be privileged or not privileged, but offer the names of three retired judges as possible Special Masters.

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