Michael Cohen FBI Search Warrant Just Released – New Details Revealed
The FBI raided Michael Cohen’s home and office in April of 2018. At the time, Donald Trump railed against the raid on his personal lawyer, fixer and friend. The president tweeted, “Attorney-Client privilege is dead!”
According to new FBI records, it appears Cohen was in the bureau’s site long before the operation took place. According to CNN, “Special counsel Robert Mueller first obtained search warrants for three of Michael Cohen’s email accounts, starting in the summer of 2017.”
The records were made public based on the requests of multiple media outlets. Not all of the documents were released in an attempt to protect the investigation. Judge William H. Pauley III, wrote, “At this stage, wholesale disclosure of the materials would reveal the scope and direction of the Government’s ongoing investigation.”
Cohen summarily implicated the president in at least one crime relating to the Stormy Daniel’s payoff. The White House has yet to respond to the Associated Press report.
The entire document release from the Michael Cohen search warrant can be seen below:
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