How many people think
that T**** only took nuclear defense plans from another country? They have told us (as opposed to leaked to us) that an unnamed country's plans were found in the stash of purloined papers. This seems to be the mildest revelation that might be made regarding nuclear secrets. And yet, it makes no sense that he would only take those papers. My guess is that he took a complete set of papers, which included our own defense plans.
I know it's not possible, but I would like the titles of all the found papers, as well as what they think was contained in those empty jackets. We are strong; we can all be horrified together.
I also now favor digging up poor Ivana's grave, as well as searching all the properties T**** ever occupied. I don't know how a search warrant could be obtained, because you need something to hang your hat on. I think the best shot at that is the empty jackets, but I don't know how much you need, except to say that you need to search for highly classified documents. An affidavit from one of the document handlers who would know what was present and missing might do it, but having an inkling about what is now presumed missing or sold would be helpful.
That is why the Government's ability to keep digging is so important, and likely why T**** is so desperate to shut down the investigation. I also favor impeaching that stupid Judge Cannon, because even if she didn't intentionally eff up, she's still too stupid to be on the bench.
if they file for a warrant to search. That's public, and we will have access to it.
I wonder why there is not a tracking number on an empty jacket. Surely there must be. At any rate, they can at least determine if they got all the missing documents back. There is possibly a list of documents that are unaccounted for.
I can't see how a fistful of empty document folders would be helpful to T****, unless he planned to counterfeit documents to sell. So, I feel that there were indeed documents that were stripped of their jackets for more secrecy when they were stolen.
stolen and the jackets left so that Trump just glancing at the contents would not bother to look further thinking his "stuff" was safe and sound.
The value to him in terms of money, leverage, blackmail, extortion, revenge, or prurient interest.
especially not the __________________