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BREAKING: Manhattan DA Convenes Grand Jury to Go After Trump!

The Manhattan DA has summoned a Grand Jury expected to weigh any criminal charges against Trump, The Trump Organization, and the company’s top executives.

MANHATTAN DA’s OFFICE:
Manhattan DA Cy Vance Jr office has been investigating potential financial misconduct, including criminal fraud. The New York AG and Manhattan DA’s office is now coordinating an overlapping inquiry as it picks up the pace and is reportedly closing in on Trump.

GRAND JURY:
The Grand Jury is expected to hear a range of legal matters in addition to potential evidence of financial fraud activity linked to Trump. The Panel is expected to gather three days a week for the next six months.

According to WIKIPEDIA.com
Grand juries are tasked with examining evidence to determine whether probable cause exists to accuse a person or entity of a crime formally. They can also serve as potent investigative tools for prosecutors, with the power to issue subpoenas for documents or compel testimony.

CHARGES THAT ARE BEING INVESTIGATED:
According to the AG and DA’s Office, millions of documents in evidence as the office has eight years’ worth of Trump tax information in its possession. Investigators claim that Trump Inflated the value of assets to get more favorable loans from banks, insurance, and tax breaks from the IRS. They are also claiming that Trump subsequently deflated the value of their real estate to pay less property tax.
Investigators are also looking into possible tax fraud over Trump’s New York property in Seven Springs and payments for hush money given to Stormy Daniels.
And lastly, Investigators are looking to possible payroll misconduct as Trump is being accused of giving employees benefits instead of higher salaries to lower the organization’s payroll tax burden.

INVESTIGATORS PLAN TO GET TRUMP:
Prosecutors want Trump Organizations CFO Allen Weisselberg to turn on Trump and become an informant as a top Trump executive Weisselberg is thought to be a potential key source of information for investigators.

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