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New photos show Trump's 'haphazard' storage of classified documents, special counsel says

Federal prosecutors in Donald Trump's classified documents case released new photos showing what they called the "haphazard manner" in which Trump stored boxes of documents that federal agents later seized from Mar-a-Lago in August 2022.

The filing came in response to Trump's most recent motion to dismiss the case that argued that the FBI agents destroyed "exculpatory evidence" by failing to keep the documents in the same order in which they found them.

Pointing to the photos — some of which show documents spilling onto the floor, while others show various items such as clothing and newspapers in the boxes — prosecutors said Trump's motion to dismiss should be denied without a hearing.

"Against this backdrop of the haphazard manner in which Trump chose to maintain his boxes, he now claims that the precise order of the items within the boxes when they left the White House was critical to his defense," prosecutors, led by Special Counsel Jack Smith, wrote in the filing submitted Monday evening.

Prosecutors not only pushed back on Trump's claim that such an order existed, but they also argued that federal agents "maintained the integrity of each container in which the evidence was found, that is, box-to-box integrity."

"The FBI agents who conducted the search did so professionally, thoroughly, and carefully under challenging circumstances," they wrote, "particularly given the cluttered state of the boxes and the substantial volume of highly classified documents Trump had retained."

The former president faces 40 federal criminal charges related to his alleged retention of classified government documents after his presidency ended, and efforts to keep the documents away from federal authorities.

While Trump's trial was scheduled to