The grand jury in the case of the Malignant Loser's illegal mishandling of classified documents, and obstruction in not turning them over, is expected to reconvene this coming week after a hiatus. That could signal decisions by Special Counsel Jack Smith on indictments for the Malignant Loser are closer than ever. From NBC News:
"Prosecutors working for Special Counsel Jack Smith have been presenting the grand jury with evidence and witness testimony for months, but activity appeared to have slowed in recent weeks based on observations at the courthouse and sources.
It’s unclear whether prosecutors are prepared to seek an indictment at this point. The Justice Department would not comment on the status of the investigation.
Based on reporting from NBC News and other outlets, prosecutors face two central legal questions: 1) Did Trump wrongfully retain classified documents after he left the White House? 2) Did he later obstruct the government’s efforts to retrieve them?"
One of the Malignant Loser's attorneys assisting him, Evan Corcoran, was recently disclosed to have recorded contemporaneous thoughts on his iPhone about the case, giving Federal prosecutors a window into the Malignant Loser's state of mind and giving Trumpworld high anxiety. In addition, where the Malignant Loser is recorded discussing a classified contingency document for an attack on Iran, his attorneys have not been able to locate and retrieve the document. In that recording, the Malignant Loser undermines his absurd claim that he "declassified" those documents when he tells the party on the phone that the document is still classified.
Special Counsel Smith could indict the Malignant Loser on violations of the Espionage Act for unauthorized possession of the documents, for disclosure of classified information, and for obstruction in holding onto the documents after a lawful subpoena was issued for them.
(photo: "I'm declassifying this in my mind." Alex Brandon / AP)