FBI Demanded Trump Cameras Be Off During Raid; Lawyer Removed — Eric Trump is saying that the 30 agents who raided Mar-a-Largo, Monday, Aug. 8, demanded the Trump lawyer leave the property and the estate’s surveillance system be disabled.
Also when, when the lawyer demanded to see the search warrant it was shown to her from 10 feet away.
The feet-away thing seems to have become a habit with a certain type.
Eric Trump says the staff refused both request.
That leaves the question, though, as to why a law-enforcement search squad would not want their search on camera. Wouldn’t the video help the prosecution? Wouldn’t it be proof that they did what their testimony claimed?
Unless of course, they were stealing stuff or planting stuff or lying under oath.
But law enforcement officers would never do that would they?
Our judges and legislators and civil rights activists should make it a priority to make it clear that law enforcement officers never ask to turn a recording off.
It’s literally hiding evidence.
FBI Demanded Trump Cameras Be Off During Raid; Lawyer Removed
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But you peons better cough up more money in taxes to pay your municipalities for police body cams and license plate readers.
Rules for thee but not for me…
FBI = Formerly Believable Institution
This is exactly how J. Edgar Hoover wanted the FBI to work.
I hope the Trump family takes an inventory of all their possessions. I have no doubt theft was one of the goals.