Employee 4 in the TFG Classified Documents’ Case Flips

Previously identified as Employee 4 in court documents, Yuscil Taveras, the director of information technology at Mar-a-Lago has fired his former, paid for by Trump’s Save America PAC attorney, Stanley Woodward, and requested a public defender. When he found out in late June through Woodward that a grand jury in D.C. had launched an investigation into whether he made previous false statements to another grand jury. Now, Taveras has recanted his previous false testimony and provided new information implicating the defendants—pool boy, Nauta, [Carlos] De Oliveira and Trump— in efforts to delete security camera footage as set forth in the superseding indictment, the filing says.

“Immediately after receiving new counsel, Trump Employee 4 retracted his prior false testimony and provided information that implicated Nauta, [Carlos] De Oliveira, and Trump in efforts to delete security camera footage, as set forth in the superseding indictment,” the filing says.
“When Trump Employee 4 testified before the grand jury in the District of Columbia in March 2023, he repeatedly denied or claimed not to recall any contacts or conversations about the security footage at Mar-a-Lago,” the filing says.

They said they obtained “evidence that Trump employee Carlos De Oliveira tried to enlist the director of information technology for Mar-a-Lago (identified in the superseding indictment as Trump Employee 4) to delete Mar-a-Lago security footage after the grand jury in the District of Columbia had issued a subpoena for the footage.”
“When Trump Employee 4 testified before the grand jury in the District of Columbia in March 2023, he repeatedly denied or claimed not to recall any contacts or conversations about the security footage at Mar-a-Lago,” the filing says.

And in other TFG Crime News:

Mar-a-Lago property manager invokes speedy trial rights in Trump classified documents case

Donald Trump’s property manager at Mar-a-Lago appears to have a difference of opinion with his boss.

The employee, Carlos DeOliveira, on Tuesday invoked his right to a speedy trial.

In a filing late Tuesday in the U.S. Government’s classified documents case against the former president, DeOliveira’s local attorney, Larry Donald Murrell of West Palm Beach, writes that the order by U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon that sets May 24, 2024, as the trial date, came before DeOliveira was named as a co-defendant in a superseding indictment that charged him for the first time.

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