the word, the “rights,” coming from an IT guy who would think in terms of access privileges.
June 25 — one day after DOJ sent Trump Organization a subpoena for surveillance video
Trump’s apparent order — probably given during a 24-minute phone call to De Oliveira on June 23 and to Nauta face-to-face at Bedminster sometime between 3:44 and 5:02PM on June 24 — to delete the surveillance server.
hey get a flashlight and go to inspect what the surveillance cameras would pick up;
on June 27, De Oliveira walks into the IT room and asks Yuscil Taveras in front of a witness
to step away so they could speak.
go to what they call an “audio closet”
De Oliveira tells Taveras that “the boss” wants the surveillance server deleted.
Taveras says three things
doesn’t know how
doesn’t have the “rights”
De Oliveira would have to reach out to one of the Matthew Calamaris
not have the computer privileges to just delete the surveillance server
Both Calamaris testified to the federal grand jury in Washington
questioned in part on a text message that
Walt Nauta, had sent them around the time that the justice department last year asked for the surveillance footage
The superseding indictment describes that the subpoena asked for footage from “certain locations,” plural, of which the basement hallway is just one
recent unsealing of the affidavit reveals that the only
footage turned over
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