AP: Dissolving Trump's Business Empire Would Break From 70 Years of NY Civil Cases Under Anti-Fraud LawChris Menahan
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Even the Associated Press is now pushing back against Judge Arthur Engoron's insane purported plan to have former President Donald Trump's New York business empire "dissolved."
From The AP, "Dissolving Trumpís business empire would stand apart in history of NY fraud law":
Within days, Donald Trump could potentially have his sprawling real estate business empire ordered "dissolved" for repeated misrepresentations on financial statements to lenders, adding him to a short list of scam marketers, con artists and others who have been hit with the ultimate punishment for violating New York's powerful anti-fraud law.I assure you, they couldn't care less about upholding the rule of law.
Trump has now been subject to eight years of vindictive lawfare with dozens of his closest allies thrown in prison and thousands of his supporters locked up over Jan 6th.
New York Attorney General Leticia James ran on locking Trump up and promised to "use every area of the law" to investigate Trump, his family and "anyone in his orbit" and she's been following through on her promise out in the open with zero ethical concerns.
James, Engoron, Fani Willis, et al. want to see Trump punished and they don't care if they have to stretch the law to its limits (and beyond) to make it happen.
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