Federal prosecutors revealed on Wednesday in the Michael Cohen case that they will present to the court shredded documents that have been reassembled.
During a hearing in federal district court on Wednesday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Rachel Maimin said that prosecutors would provide "the contents of a shredding machine" in coming days, according to New York Daily News court reporter Stephen Brown.
AUSA Maimin says that the government expects to produce "the contents of a shredding machine" to the special master within three weeks.— Stephen Brown (@Stephen Brown) 1527690827.0
Former FBI Special Agent Asha Rangappa noted that the FBI has an "amazing" ability to reassemble shredded documents.
"This will not end well for the defense," she wrote on Twitter.