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Prosecutors reassemble shredded documents found in Cohen raids
Federal prosecutors investigating President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen have extracted more than 700 pages of messages sent using encrypted programs on phones seized from Cohen, according to a court filing on June 15.
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