US files: 6 more classified docs seized at Biden home

Guwahati: President Joe Biden’s Wilmington home was the subject of a 13-hour long, thorough search by the US Justice Department on Saturday night during which six more top-secret documents were taken.

According to the president’s personal attorney some of the six seized documents were from his time as a senator and others were from his eight years as vice president.

The records which span decades of his work and include personally handwritten notes, files; papers and binders were described by his private counsel as “documents with classified marks and surrounding materials.”

Moreover, the Justice Department took some of Biden’s handwritten notes during his time serving as vice president for additional review.

The National Archives received the classified records from Biden’s term as vice president in November after they were found in a private office space which was earlier confirmed by Biden’s special counsel on January 9, reported CNN.

 The first documents were discovered on November 2, but the discovery was not made public until last week. At that time, Attorney General Merrick Garland asked the US attorney in Chicago to examine classified documents that had been discovered at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington, two sources with knowledge of the inquiry told CBS News.

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