Former President Donald Trump’s indictment was unsealed Friday.
The indictment lists a total of 37 counts, including allegations of false statements, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and destruction and falsification of records.
It was made public a day after the former president was indicted by a grand jury in U.S. District Court in Miami.
The 49-page document shows the Justice Department’s evidence for a criminal case against Trump for the mishandling of classified documents at Mar-A-Lago, his Florida residence.
Among other allegations, the indictment says that Trump showed classified documents to individuals summer of 2021 after leaving the White House..
One of those documents was a “plan of attack” that Trump allegedly said was prepared by the Pentagon, while the other was a classified map related to a military operation, the indictment alleges.
Also charged in the indictment was Trump’s valet, Walter Nauta, who faces several of the same charges as Trump, with whom he allegedly conspired to keep classified records and hide them from a federal grand jury.
This is a developing story.