They order to publish document of search of Trump’s house, although censored

A US judge on Thursday ordered the release of a court document outlining the motives behind the recent raid by the federal police (FBI) at the Florida home of former President Donald Trump, but it will be a censored version.

The document, which must detail the motivations of the Department of Justice and could reveal the identity of some people involved in the matter, It must be published no later than Friday at 4:00 p.m. GMT, federal judge Bruce Reinhart ruled.

However, most elements of the raid will likely be kept secret, due to a request from the Department of Justice, according to which there is a need "imperious" to hide important parts of the document.

The judge ordered Monday that at least part of the story be published, citing public interest in the unprecedented break-in of a former US president.

According to the authorities, however, it will need a touch-up "so important that the rest of the disclosed text would be devoid of any significant content".

On August 8, the FBI raided Trump’s residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, and seized boxes of confidential documents that the Republican did not return to public authorities.

Trump, who is flirting with the idea of ​​running for the 2024 presidential election, called the raid a "Witch hunt".

The billionaire accused on Thursday "radical left democratic prosecutors" of "illegally search" your home, on your Truth Social network.

"They even broke into my safe, an unspeakable act"lament.

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