Mar-a-Lago: judge wants to prevent release of sensitive registry data to Trump

The former president spoke of filing a "big motion" after the raid and was willing to show the images of the raid on his residence.

Florida Judge Bruce E. Reinhart dismissed the possibility of having all the facts regarding the investigation into the search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home and requested an edited version of it from the U.S. Attorney's Office.

In a hearing held in West Palm Beach (Florida), the magistrate called on the prosecution to submit a document in which any and all information that could compromise or interfere with the investigation of the raid be removed.

On the other hand, the applicants for the publication of the full material (whose defense represents several media outlets) argued the need to include it due to the public interest of its content.

Trump is betting on a motion

Referencing the Fourth Amendment, the former president of the United States was willing to file a motion for 'unlawful seizure' due to the theft of passports that occurred during the raid on his home.

"A major motion pertaining to the Fourth Amendment will soon be filed concerning the illegal Break-In of my home, Mar-a-Lago, right before the ever important Mid-Term Elections," Trump posted on his TRUTH Social network.

He further called the search of his home a "witch hunt," considering it "an assault on a political opponent on a level never seen before," and demanded transparency so that the "people don't put up with another scam."

Publication of the images

On the other hand, Trump will be considering publishing the images of the raid, according to his son Eric, who told Sean Hannity that the images will be published "at the right time."