If you are closely watching the efforts of the trial judge in the Ali Sadr Hasheminejad case to get to the bottom of which Assistant US Attorneys violated Brady vs. Maryland on making timely disclosure of information favorable to the defense, you may have noticed that there's another agenda: hiding from public view information that could confirm sealed indictments of other targets, which we believe is in connection with the Malta money laundering investigations in New York (SDNY) and Miami (SDFL).
While we understand the reluctance of the prosecutors to expose their possible negligent (or even intentional) acts, regarding certain of the Discovery that was withheld, there appears to be something else: vague references to other information, which includes some redacted (deleted) material. Does this information contain the names of the additional defendants who have sealed indictments on file against them ?
One letter states that it is couriering over to the Court 1400 pages of exhibits to one prosecutor's letter about the matter. We need to know what is in those documents. Additionally, there is a cryptic reference (shown below) to "a letter" and " a Sealing Order.' Are these the names of the Malta money laundering defendants. ? Look at the filings below and make your own judgment. Are they just hiding behind "privacy concerns" the names of additional targets that are not yet in custody, and are any of these Maltese government officials, past and present ?