Special Counsel Jack Smith’s Team Confirms It Tampered With Evidence, Admits to Misleading Court

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s legal team has admitted that key evidence in Donald Trump’s classified documents criminal case has been tampered with.

In a legal filing on Friday, Smith’s team claimed that “appropriate personnel” had been given access to the boxes since they were seized but acknowledged that items within the boxes may no longer be in the correct chronological order:

While the explanation may seem plausible, altering the order of documents represents a serious form of evidence tampering that could completely undermine the prosecution’s case.

Perhaps even more extraordinary, the prosecution then admits that they misled the court by previously indicating that the evidence had been left untouched since its seizure last year.

“The Government acknowledges that this is inconsistent with what Government counsel previously understood and represented to the Court,” the legal filing notes.

Such evidence tampering will only further undermine Smith’s case against the former president, which most Americans realize is a blatant attempt by Joe Biden and the Department of Justice to derail Trump’s chances of returning to the White House.

On Friday, it was also revealed that Smith’s top prosecutor, Jay Bratt, met with White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain back in September 2021, months before any classified documents were discovered at Mar-a-Lago.

Posting on his Truth Social platform, Trump called for Jack Smith’s arrest, describing him as “deranged” and a “criminal.” 

He continued:

The case continues. 

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