BOMBSHELL: Judge Hands Trump MASSIVE Win over Biden’s Corrupt DOJ

(Slay News) – Judge Cannon has denied DOJ’s motion for a partial stay in the Trump raid case and has appointed Raymond Dearie as special master in a huge win for the former president. The judge wrote:

“The Court is not persuaded that the Government will suffer an irreparable injury without the requested stay. With respect to the temporary enjoinment on criminal investigative use, the Government’s main argument is that such use is “inextricably intertwined” with its Security Assessments and therefore the enjoinment at issue necessarily poses a risk to national security interests.

“Lastly, the Court agrees with the Government that “the public is best served by evenhanded adherence to established principles of civil and criminal procedure,” regardless of the personal identity of the parties involved.

“It is also true, of course, that evenhanded procedure does not demand unquestioning trust in the determinations of the Department of Justice.

“Based on the nature of this action, the principles of equity require the Court to consider the specific context at issue, and that consideration is inherently impacted by the position formerly held by Plaintiff.

“The Court thus continues to endeavor to serve the public interest, the principles of civil and criminal procedure, and the principles of equity.

“And the Court remains firmly of the view that appointment of a special master to conduct a review of the seized materials, accompanied by a temporary injunction to avoid unwarranted use and disclosure of potentially privileged and/or personal materials, is fully consonant with the foregoing principles and with the need to ensure at least the appearance of fairness and integrity under unprecedented circumstances.


Accordingly, it is hereby ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the Motion for Partial Stay

Pending Appeal [ECF No. 69] is DENIED.

DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers at Fort Pierce, Florida this 15th day of September 2022,” the judge wrote.

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