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17 hours ago, ElCid said:

You do bring up an interesting question.  If Trump goes to trial (doubtful), will his minions show up to protest, rally and invade the courthouse?

You bring up an interesting question. Could he wind up the cell mate of one of the insurrectionists that he abandoned? If so, not good times ahead for Trump. 

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Manhattan prosecutors subpoena the bank records of Trump's longtime CFO Allen H. Weisselberg and probe the gifts he received in a 'bid to get him to cooperate against his boss' 

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Bank records for longtime Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg were subpoenaed, said people familiar with the matter, as questions emerged over gifts he received from the former president.

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“Trump and the Trump Org. were well advised in retaining Mr. Fischetti, a seasoned and well respected criminal defense attorney. Unfortunately for Trump, the truth is the truth regardless of who the lawyer is representing the party.” ⁦@NYDailyNews
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I still have no idea why our previous and newly elected officials still have not investigated #Trump attacks against me as an obstruction case. Bring the fire !
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You know I’m right “The Justice Department must pursue the obstruction case against Donald Trump. . .To ignore this evidence simply due to his status as a former president would further the public’s suspicion that the most powerful are above the law.” https://washingtonmonthly.com/2021/05/06/starting-with-trump-its-time-for-a-white-collar-crime-crackdown/
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What Trump has to fear from Rudy Giuliani

Opinion   By George T. Conway III   Read more »

....If Giuliani has anything to offer prosecutors to save himself, it would have to be Trump, the only bigger fish left. And it was arguably criminal for the then-president to have used his official powers to try to coerce foreign officials into aiding his reelection campaign. In fact, Giuliani’s admission that he wasn’t conducting foreign policy, but merely helping Trump personally, is exactly what would make the scheme prosecutable. The former guy just might want to rethink stiffing Giuliani on those bills.

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On 5/6/2021 at 4:27 PM, mr6666 said:

 

GOP has to really be regretting rejecting Garland for Supreme Court. On the SC he would be waiting for the cases to come to him, and then one of nine, Right now he is deciding what those cases are. 

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I thought Trump didn't like the government spying on private citizens?  Just more HS.

 

 

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".......2 President Trump in connection with the investigation – into less than four pages.3 The letter asserted that the Special Counsel “did not draw a conclusion – one way or the other – as to whether the examined conduct constituted obstruction,” and it went on to announce

the Attorney General’s own opinion that “the evidence developed during the Special Counsel’s investigation is not sufficient to establish that the President committed an obstruction-of-justice offense.”4

The President then declared himself to have been fully exonerated.5

The Attorney General’s characterization of what he’d hardly had time to skim, much less, study closely, prompted an immediate reaction, as politicians and pundits took to their microphones and Twitter feeds to decry what they feared was an attempt to hide the ball. .......

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..........the memo “call[] into question the accuracy of Attorney General Barr’s March 24 representation to Congress,” specifically that Mueller had left it to the attorney general to determine whether the conduct his report describes is a crime, and that OLC’s description of the document “served to obscure the true purpose of the memorandum,” which CREW argued was to help Barr spin his version of the Mueller Report.

After reviewing the OLC memo, Judge Jackson found that it “raises serious questions about how the Department of Justice could make this series of representations to a court,” concluding that “It is time for the public to see that [the memo], too.”

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3 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

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The interesting thing about the De Santis providing shelter for Trump is that is they do bring him before a Judge in New York the Prosecutors could argue that he is a very definite flight risk.

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The Trump crime family taken down?  How sweet it is.

 

New York AG's Office says its probe of the Trump Organization is now 'criminal' and will work with Manhattan DA Cy Vance in their ongoing fraud investigation 

New York's attorney general is now investigating the Trump Organization for criminal offenses, it emerged on Tuesday night. The office, led by Letitia James (bottom), had been investigating the company for civil tax offenses since 2018. The investigation has now escalated. 'We have informed the Trump Organization that our investigation into the Organization is no longer purely civil in nature,' said Fabien Levy, a spokesman for the office. 'We are now actively investigating the Trump Organization in a criminal capacity, along with the Manhattan DA.'  The district attorney's office, led by Cyrus Vance, has been investigating possible criminal tax fraud. Sources told the Wall Street Journal last week that Vance's office has issued a subpoena against Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School over $500,000 in fee payments made for Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg's grandchildren.

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New York AG has opened a criminal tax probe into Trump Organization's CFO Allen Weisselberg, claims new report - piling pressure on ex-president's long-time aide 

NY Attorney General opens criminal tax probe into Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg

NEW The NY State Attorney-General's office has opened a criminal investigation into a key lieutenant of Donald Trump, Allen Weisselberg, the longtime CFO at The Trump Organization. The NY State Attorney-General's office has opened a criminal investigation into a key lieutenant of Donald Trump . Allan Weisselberg, the longtime CFO of the Trump Organization, is now under investigation in a criminal probe by the state attorney-general's office. It comes less than 24 hours after he New York A-G's office released a statement saying its civil investigation into Donald Trump had become a criminal probe.

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