The immunity agreements were drawn up for Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson. While the existence of these immunity agreements was already public knowledge, the ACLJ obtained the actual documents for the first time.
There were two separate agreements. First, Mills and Samuelson were granted immunity from prosecution under multiple felony statutes for anything found on their laptops.
The second agreement, which was originally withheld, showed the DOJ/FBI agreed to evade FOIA and to dispose of the “culling laptops.”