Multiple Boxes Of Evidence Turned Over To SDNY In Trump Criminal Probe


When the ex-president, Donald Trump, won the presidency, every detail of his life came under scrutiny. What the courts have determined so far is that there was legal cause to open an investigation and that Trump must willingly submit to subpoenas since his public office won’t protect him from criminal investigations anymore. With tax and bank fraud as the target for investigation, prosecutors in the SDNY have spoken to people who have worked in the Trump Organization, including the ex-daughter-in-law of Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg.

Jennifer Weisselberg reports having had the worst types of experiences with Trump, including his actions when he showed photos of naked women to people at a shiva and attempted to flirt with her, the married daughter-in-law of Trump’s close business associated at that associate’s home, during a mourning event.

Besides the inexcusable public behavior of the former president, Weisselberg believes she may also have proof of Trump’s shady business practices, as does her ex-husband, who also worked for Donald Trump.

According to Business Insider:

‘Prosecutors learned details about the Trump Organization’s finances after a key employee tried to withhold them in his divorce case, that employee’s ex-wife told Insider.

‘But the judge in the divorce case forced him to sit for a deposition and hand over the documents as part of a subpoena, Jennifer Weisselberg said.’

Weisselberg has made no secret about her willingness to work with prosecutors, who she says have interviewed her several times and requested seven boxes of documents related to her divorce and her husband’s time at the Trump Organization, which she supplied.

‘They picked up documents many times. They ended up taking seven boxes of my documents and scanning them, going through them…they took depositions, they took checks, routing numbers, bank-account [information], and things like that.’

Trump’s legal problems extend past the tax and bank fraud investigation in New York to an investigation into his attempts to interfere with the 2020 election in Georgia. Prosecutors may find, however, that the tax and bank fraud accusations will be the ones to end up in a criminal court since documents show hard proof of their claims.

‘Prosecutors in the New York Attorney General’s Office and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office are running parallel investigations into Trump’s and his company’s finances, looking into whether they distorted financial information in tax and loan documents. The district attorney’s office subpoenaed the Trump Organization for millions of pages of documents in February, gaining a fuller picture of the company’s financial affairs.’