Trump’s Own Employee Could Soon Destroy Him?

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( – One of the Mar-a-Lago workers who has been brought into former President Donald Trump’s legal case over his mishandling of classified documents is believed to have in his possession “incriminating” evidence and to be working with investigators.

Yuscil Taveras whose work is to monitor the surveillance cameras of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida reportedly received from the Department of Justice a target letter during the time of Trump’s indictment in the classified documents. The target letter might have named him as one of the targets in this case.

However, Taveras has not yet been indicted in connection to this case, despite having been interviewed by investigators in connection to this case. It is also speculated that his interview was in some ways connected with the three new charges filed against Trump in his indictment.

Christine Adams, a partner at the Adams, Duerk & Kamenstein law firm and former federal prosecutor, claimed that all the signs were pointing to Taveras cooperating in the investigation. She added that if Taveras had not been cooperating with the investigation then any of the evidence that he provided could have potentially been used against him. He added that generally the federal government always attempts to protect people’s privacy if they are not charged.

The superseding indictment also added Carlos De Oliveira, the Mar-a-Lago property manager as the new co-defendant in this case. Taveras is also mentioned in the indictment as “Trump Employee 4” and his testimony is perceived to have played an important role in the new indictment.

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