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JUST IN: Former Trump Executive Set To Plead GUILTY


The former Chief Financial Officer for the Trump Organization is expected to plead guilty to perjury charges on Monday.

According to sources, Allen Weisselberg is set to plead guilty to allegedly lying during Letitia James’ civil ‘fraud’ proceedings against former President Trump.

Although Weisselberg is set to plead guilty, he has also stated that he will not turn on President Trump or otherwise collaborate with prosecutors against the 45th President.

Hopefully, Weisselberg will get off with a light sentence and won’t be facing any serious time in jail or prison.

After all, there was no fraud, there were no injured parties, and Letitia James used some archaic law that doesn’t even make any sense to convict the former President.

A law that did not require the state to even prove there were any injured parties in a fraud case—talk about a kangaroo court. Here are the latest developments:

ABC News reports:

During his testimony, Weisselberg struggled to explain why Trump’s Fifth Avenue Manhattan triplex, which is less than 11,000 square feet in size, was listed on Trump’s statements of financial condition as 30,000 square feet.

“It was almost de minimis relative to his net worth, so I didn’t really focus on it,” Weisselberg said during the trial. “I never even thought about the apartment.”

Convicted liar and former attorney Michael Cohen had this to say: “This ‘August 11, 2021’ CNN article, written by Kara Scannell, should not be ignored as Allen Weisselberg lied to the SDNY about me; and they knew he was lying. KarmaBoomerang returns as Weisselberg is expected to plead guilty today to “perjury” for a second time.”

Just The News noted:

He [Weisselberg] has already spent nearly 100 days incarcerated at the notorious Rikers Island jail after he pleaded guilty to tax evasion, and he risks being sent back to Rikers for more time after his latest expected plea.



 

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