‘Case-Blowing Mistake’ – Jack Smith Lied?!

(StraightShooterNews.com) – A recent revelation has rocked the courtroom in the classified documents case against former President Donald Trump.

Prosecutor Jack Smith admitted a “case-blowing mistake” by revealing that his team lied to the public and the court regarding the evidence’s integrity.

His confession triggered Trump to demand Smith’s arrest in a Truth Social post: “ARREST DERANGED JACK SMITH. HE IS A CRIMINAL!”

The controversy centers on a court filing where prosecutors admitted that the FBI had tampered with the placement of documents seized from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.

This declaration casts doubt on the evidence’s authenticity, which is crucial to the case’s integrity.

Investigative journalist Julie Kelly said the revelation was grave and described it as “potentially case-killing.”

According to her, recent court filings showed that government officials used cover sheets to mislead both the public and the court. She called it a “stunt” that “adds more fuel to this dumpster-fire case.”

Jay Bratt, a member of Smith’s team, previously asserted that classified documents were found among the seized items, some marked by colored cover sheets indicating their classification status.

However, Kelly criticized the DOJ’s narrative by pointing out that the cover sheets were not originally with the documents but were instead staged by FBI agents to enhance the photo’s impact.

The deception extended to a photograph released by the FBI, purportedly showing the classified documents.

Kelly revealed that the cover sheets were mere “props” used to mislead the documents’ significance and handling. She accused the FBI of doctoring evidence to cast Trump as a national security threat.

This manipulation prompted Judge Aileen M. Cannon to delay the trial and possibly push it past the upcoming November election.

The FBI and the prosecutorial team’s missteps have raised questions regarding the integrity of the evidence handling and the investigation’s impartiality.

Bratt admitted to the court that the FBI’s placeholder system was flawed and raised doubts about the accuracy of the documents in relation to Trump’s allegations.

“This is a potentially case-blowing mistake, particularly if the document in question is one of the 34 records that represents the basis of espionage charges against Trump,” Kelly stated.

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