(FeaturedNews.com) – The FBI is expected to conduct a search into former Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana home following the discovery of classified documents in his home. The announcement was made by law enforcement officials a few days ago. The original report about the planned search was published by The Wall Street Journal last week.
Pence’s counsel had written a letter to the National Archives last month noting that there had been a “small number” of classified documents that had been discovered in the Indiana residence on Jan. 16. Greg Jacob, Pence’s lawyer had revealed that Pence had sought outside counsel regarding how to proceed with searching the home for classified documents that may have accidentally ended up in the home. The search was motivated by the recent discovery of classified documents both in President Joe Biden’s former office and in his Wilmington, Delaware.
Jacob had noted that the classified documents had been “inadvertently boxed and transported” which was how they ended up in Pence’s home. He added that Pence has previously had no idea about these documents.
Recently the FBI completed a search of Biden’s home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. There were no additional classified documents found on that property. So far, Biden and his team have fully cooperated with all the requests made by the FBI according to Biden’s personal lawyer, Bob Bauer.
Recently it was also revealed that the FBI had also searched the offices of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in mid-November following the discovery of the first batch of classified documents.
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