The Court may limit disclosure of classified information to members of the defense team that have obtained adequate security clearances. Alternatively, the Court may permit unclassified information, after redactions have been made, or summaries of classified information that the defendant would otherwise be entitled to receive.
Given our theory that the Zarrab (Halkbank), Ali Sadr and Malta money laundering cases are all connected and linked, due to their common goal of aiding and abetting Iran, in both oil sanctions sales as well as facilitating payments, any classified information issues could mean that some of the targets of the pending investigations are deemed to be National Security threats to the United States. That does not bode well for the other targets, who may find themselves co-defendants in trial with some frightening people whose true colors were not known to them.
Just how big is the pending investigation, in which all roads lead to Iran ? Furthermore, given America's increasing "take no prisoners" direct attack upon Iran, in all categories, anyone unfortunate enough to be included in the cases could end up as Collateral Damage to the American attack posture. We wonder if they are aware of the seriousness of their situation.