Paul Manafort Is Asking A Judge To Suppress Evidence That Agents Seized From His Home

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort filed papers late Monday asking a judge to suppress evidence seized last summer from his home in Virginia, arguing that the search warrant was “overbroad” and that the agents who executed it went beyond its parameters.

The motion to suppress follows a challenge that Manafort lodged late last week to evidence seized from a storage unit.

Both searches are part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation that has led to indictments against Manafort in DC and Virginia.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.


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