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Special Counsel Seeks Juror Anonymity in Trump’s Capitol Riot Trial Amid Gag Order

by Sonia Park
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In a dramatic turn of events, the Capitol riot trial involving former President Donald Trump has taken a new twist as Special Counsel Jack Smith moves to protect the anonymity of jurors. Citing concerns over Trump's attacks on court personnel and the unique sensitivities of the case tied to public interest, Smith has requested that the identities of the jurors be concealed. This development comes on the heels of a recent gag order issued by a New York judge, prohibiting Trump from making derogatory statements about court personnel, prosecutors, or witnesses.

Special Counsel Jack Smith has filed a motion. . .

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