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The court unsealed the documents in the Douglas trial today.
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The schemes had been outlined in indictments unsealed years ago but were deconstructed with testimony and other evidence at this month’s trial.
The 37-page letter was expected to be unsealed later Friday with some redactions.
White also considered a motion from The New Orleans Advocate to obtain records in the case, and both sides agreed that they be unsealed except for the subpoenas Landry's office obtained last week for Cantrell's bank records.
Manafort is scheduled to appear in a Washington, D.C. federal court on Monday, where the indictments are expected to be unsealed.
The removal petition unsealed late Wednesday outlines ways in which Buchanan actively worked to keep some of his records, which should have been produced to WBTV, from being produced in response to the station’s request.
The pub owners asked a judge to unseal the warrants, but the government objected, claiming too much sensitive information could get out, including the names of cooperating witnesses and informants.
The documents, unsealed by a Delaware judge last week, also show that Holmes holds 98.3% of company voting shares.
The 37-page letter from the lawyer for Ric Jacobs, the former Uber security manager, was unsealed by a federal court with some redactions.
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