Bloomberg via Yahoo: “The thousands of documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida home included a mix of government, business and personal affairs, including analysis about who should get a pardon, call notes marked with a presidential seal, retainer agreements for lawyers and accountants, and legal bills, according to newly disclosed logs created by federal investigators. The detailed lists of seized materials were attached to a recently unsealed Aug. 30 report from the Justice Department. A judge had ordered the logs stay under seal but they appeared to be inadvertently posted to the public court docket. They’re no longer publicly visible…” The case is Trump v. USA, 9:22-cv-81294, US District Court for the Southern District of Florida (West Palm Beach).
See also; Trump’s lawyers filed a motion on Monday, October 3, opposing the government’s 11th Circuit appeal for access to the remaining documents; Friday, September 30, DOJ filed a request to allow them access to the remaining documents found at Mar-a-Lago for their investigation; NARA interim Director Steidel Wall wrote to Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney that records are still missing.