A third person was charged Thursday in the case related to former President Donald Trump allegedly retaining classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago home.
Special Counsel Jack Smith indicted Mar-a-Lago employee Carlos De Oliveira as part of the ongoing investigation into the former president’s handling of the documents, according to the superseding indictment.
The indictment alleges De Olivieria, 56, moved boxes within the Florida residence.
The superseding indictment also includes additional charges against Trump, bringing his total in the case up to 40. The new charges include an additional count of willful retention of documents and two extra counts of obstruction. (Read more: The Daily Caller, 7/27/2023) (Archive)