The motion for foreclosure by the Defendants is rejected by the United States of America. This is the second motion requesting the confidential witness information from the government. On the basis of the affidavit in the criminal complaint, Daniel Markovich filed the first motion, [D.E. 43], in which he requests, among other things, the names of secret witnesses.
On October 16, 2020, the Jencks information was delivered to the defendants with the request that it be “appropriately” modified. Initially, the defendant objected to the interview report’s renaming of a classified person.
witnesses and individuals listed in the document anonymously (e.g., “CW 1”). defending oneself in court. [D.E. 1]. The government is not required to divulge the identities of its confidential witnesses at this time, which is ignored by the defendant’s motion.
Before the preliminary hearing, that is.
No. 20-mj-06469-PMH 56 document Unknown individual connected to Compass Detox/WAR or Registered in FLSD File 10/23/2020 Page 1 of 11. Due to the fact that these editors do not have any Credible justifications for the charges leveled against each defendant, they are not permitted to access this material under the Federal Rules of Evidence. Crimea. At 26.2(a) (a). Therefore, the application made by the defendant must be denied.
Finally, today the government emailed this court the unedited version of Encks’ work and the defendant’s attorneys the redacted version for this court’s inspection behind closed doors. The government maintained that because the revisions were perfectly valid after this analysis, the court ought to have completely rejected the defendants’ application.