Just last night I was perusing a New York TImes article with three-dimensional images of Mar-a-Lago. It shows where Donald Trump stored all those secret documents he stole … er, declassified. It was stunning, given that Mar-a-Lago often becomes, for all intents and purposes, a public venue. The presentation is fascinating, one of the best I’ve seen from a source notable for its visual presentations.
Now today comes, finally, a 37-count federal indictment against Trump for having those documents. I have heard details and seen photos, and as bad as I thought it would be — it is much, much worse.
If that man doesn’t go to prison for this …
One question has occurred to me that I’ve yet to see in the media. Yes, the FBI found all those secret documents in all those unsecured, easily accessible locations all over Mar-a-Lago but … what about the ones they didn’t find? How many documents might have been stolen before the FBI arrived? And by whom?