CBS News reports:
The Mar-a-Lago IT employee who, according to a federal court filing, implicated former President Donald Trump and two of his aides in an alleged pressure campaign to delete security camera footage at the Florida resort was advised by special counsel Jack Smith’s team that he would not face perjury charges after he amended his testimony, a source familiar with the investigation told CBS News.
Yuscil Taveras was assured by federal prosecutors in recent weeks that he was no longer the target of a criminal probe into whether he had lied in his grand jury testimony and would not be charged for allegedly lying to investigators by telling them that he had no knowledge of efforts to delete the footage that was of interest to Smith’s team, the source said.
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A Mar-a-Lago IT worker who allegedly implicated former President Trump was told he won’t face perjury charges. https://t.co/XFsRzTDmhi
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 23, 2023