U.S. Region Judge Aileen Gun on Thursday prevented the Division from getting Equity's solicitation for a fractional stay of her decision

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 that restricted the public authority's examination of how Donald Trump dealt with touchy material at his Blemish a-Lago bequest,

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 forthcoming an outsider survey of what specialists found at Trump's home.

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Gun, in giving her request, said that she was not able to acknowledge the public authority's statements that approximately 100 reports taken from Blemish a-Lago were ordered 

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despite the fact that they were named thusly, with some bearing "Mystery" and "Highly classified/SCI" markings.

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Gun designated Raymond Sweetheart, senior area judge for the Eastern Region of New York, as an extraordinary expert to help her determine the matter

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(Recently, the DOJ wrote in court papers that it didn't have a problem with Sweetheart, who was recommended by Trump's lawful group.)

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"The Court doesn't find it suitable to acknowledge the Public authority's decisions on these significant 

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and questioned issues minus any additional survey by a nonpartisan outsider in a sped up and systematic design," Gun wrote in her request.