Pence turns over around a dozen classified documents found in his Indiana home to FBI

15 days ago

Indiana news, US news.

Around a dozen classified documents were found in the Indiana residence of former Vice President Mike Pence, just a few months after he denied having any in his possession.

Pence's attorney Greg Jacob confirmed that two boxes of sensitive files were turned over to the FBI on Jan. 19. the 63-year-old former VP was not home at the time.

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  • “Following press reports of classified documents at the personal home of President Biden, out of an abundance of caution, on Monday, January 16, Vice President Pence engaged outside counsel, with experience in handling classified documents, to review records stored in his personal home,” Jacob told the Post.

    “Counsel identified a small number of documents that could potentially contain sensitive or classified information interspersed throughout the records.”

    “The additional records appear to be a small number of documents bearing classified markings that were inadvertently boxed and transported to the personal home of the former Vice President at the end of the last Administration.”