A new filing suggests that federal prosecutors are planning to possibly conduct a national security case against the Chinese woman who trespassed at Mar-a-Lago.
U.S. attorneys asked a judge to allow them to file “classified information” under seal without the public, or the the defendant, seeing it. If this is granted, they would present the evidence directly to a federal judge during a closed-door meeting.
Yujing Zhang, 33, is accused of breaking into Mar-a-Lago with electronics equipment. Prosecutors appear to be looking to investigate whether or not there has been a wider attempt at espionage at the Florida resort. Zhang has also elected to represent herself at trial.