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    Police Cleared Out Miami Court Over Potential Bomb Threat

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    Following a purported bomb threat, law enforcement cleared the area surrounding the Miami courthouse. Yasmin Vossoughian of MSNBC reported that reporters were escorted away from the scene shortly before 11 a.m. on Tuesday after a threat was purportedly reported.

    The courthouse, according to Vossoughian, is sending bomb-sniffing dogs throughout the building, and there is little information regarding when people will be permitted back inside. New information has surfaced indicating that the alleged explosives threat may not have been real. It appears that the “suspicious device” is a television with text on it.

    The Florida judge presiding over Tuesday’s arraignment of former President Donald Trump will not permit cameras, phones, or electronic devices into the Miami courtroom.

    “The ban was announced late on Monday by the chief judge for the Southern District of Florida, Cecilia M. Altonaga, as the time of the much-awaited appearance of the former president in court quickly approaches. Trump will be arraigned at a Miami court on Tuesday—an appearance that has posed an issue for many broadcasters and networks on how to cover the historic event,” Newsweek reported.

    Altonaga wrote in the order that “on Tuesday, June 13, 2023, all cellular phones and/or electronic equipment are hereby prohibited for news reporters and other members of the media inside the Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. United States Courthouse in Miami.”

    CBS News Congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane wrote on Twitter: “There will be no photos. No video. No audio. And no journalists permitted to communicate to the outside world through phone devices (or thru any other technology) during the first ever federal arraignment of a former US President.”

    The following are some videos of the scene:

    Special Counsel Jack Smith has filed 37 charges against Trump relating to his management of classified documents. Trump, President Joe Biden’s chief opponent in next year’s presidential election, could face decades in prison if proven guilty on all charges.

    At least twice, according to the indictment, Trump is alleged to have shown classified documents to individuals who lacked the necessary security clearances. The DOJ claims that both incidents occurred at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

    CNN received information regarding one of the alleged instances.

    CNN reported on June 2 that federal prosecutors “obtained an audio recording of a summer 2021 meeting in which former President Donald Trump admits he kept a classified Pentagon document about a potential attack on Iran,” contradicting his claim that he declassified everything.

    More on this story via Conservative Brief:

    Trump announced last Thursday that he had been indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice on charges connected to his handling of classified materials. CONTINUE READING…

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