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Previously, in September, a list of those items seized in the FBI’s raid was released, as the decision as to whether or not a “special master” would be assigned to review those documents had not yet been resolved. The special master was eventually granted.
“33 items were listed as part of Exhibit A, with an accounting of what was contained within each item,” Libby Emmons wrote for The Post Millennial. “Of those 33 boxes, 16 had documents that were labeled Secret, Top Secret, or Confidential, while the remaining 17 boxes contained either personal items, such as gifts or books, government documents without classification labels, or press materials, such as newspapers and magazines.”
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