FBI reassembled 16 shredded documents, recovered 731 encrypted messages, from Trump’s lawyer Cohen

Deep state forces appear to be making Michael Cohen's life difficult as the FBI combs through every detail of the attorney's life, personal files, and messages


MANHATTAN (INTELLIHUB) — The FBI has cracked and recovered the contents of 731 encrypted text messages and has forensically reassembled 16 shredded documents which authorities recovered from Donald Trump’s personal residences and law offices during a 9 April raid.

At this time, neither the authorities or members of the media have released any information in regards to the contents of the documents or the cracked Signal and WhatsApp text messages.

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The NY Daily News reports:

A retired judge, Barbara Jones, is overseeing a review of the material to determine which parts are covered by attorney-client privilege. In a new update on her review, Jones found that only a tiny fraction of Cohen’s material was privileged.

She wrote that out of 639 items consisting of 12,543 hard copy pages, only 13 items were privileged. One item was still under consideration.

Out of 291,770 items on two phones and an iPad seized from Cohen, only 148 items were privileged, she wrote. Jones deemed seven items “highly personal.”

Everything not designated privileged or personal is now in the hands of prosecutors.

Similar to what is currently happening to Roger Stone, it appears deeply embedded state forces are hard at work and are operating within the mechanisms of government in an attempt to make Michael Cohen squeal like a pig. The question is: What does Cohen know and will he flip?

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