Jack Smith Urges Judge to Impose Gag Order on Trump, Pointing to New FBI Threat – EVOL

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office has once more asked a federal judge to impose a gag order on former President Donald Trump in his classified records case. They argue that new evidence, which includes an alleged threat against an FBI agent, justifies their request.

In a June 21 court filing, Special Counsel Jack Smith urged U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon to approve his earlier request for a gag order.

Smith argued that new evidence supports his case, citing an alleged threat by a Trump supporter against an FBI agent. He claimed this incident demonstrates that former President Trump’s comments about law enforcement officials pose an imminent danger.

“Statements that present a significant, imminent, and foreseeable danger to the law enforcement agents working on this case pose a significant and imminent threat to the integrity of these criminal proceedings,” said the court motion.

The motion cites a June 11 incident where a Texas man allegedly threatened an FBI agent involved in the Hunter Biden investigation. The special counsel’s office identified the man as a Trump supporter.

“Just last week, a supporter of Trump called an FBI agent associated with the Hunter Biden case and claimed that, if Trump wins reelection,

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