(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – HAPPENING NOW: In what appears to be an exclusive report, The New York Times, with its deep ties into the New York law enforcement community, is reporting that Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s former Chief Financial Officer who was just released from prison following one prosecution for his work, is facing the possibility of a new arrest.
According to the Times in “Trump Ally Could Face Perjury Charge if He Doesn’t Cooperate With D.A.“:
“One of Donald J. Trump’s longtime lieutenants, Allen H. Weisselberg, was recently released from the notorious Rikers Island jail complex after pleading guilty to a tax fraud scheme. Yet Mr. Weisselberg’s legal troubles are far from over.
“The Manhattan district attorney’s office is now considering a new round of criminal charges against Mr. Weisselberg, 75, and this time he could be charged with perjury, according to people with knowledge of the matter.” [emphasis added]
“Mr. Weisselberg has so far refused to turn against his former boss, but the prosecutors recently ramped up the pressure, warning his lawyers that they might bring the perjury charges if their client declined to testify against Mr. Trump, two of the people said.
“The potential perjury charges stem from statements Mr. Weisselberg made under oath during a 2020 interview with the office of the New York attorney general, Letitia James, who was conducting her own separate civil investigation into Mr. Trump and his family business. It is not clear which part of his testimony raised red flags for prosecutors and Ms. James, or how Mr. Bragg might prove that Mr. Weisselberg intentionally made a false statement.” [emphasis added]
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Allen Weisselberg, a longtime ally of Donald Trump, was recently released from prison after pleading guilty to tax fraud. The Manhattan district attorney’s office is now considering a perjury charge against him, people with knowledge of the matter say. https://t.co/GwP8PVxSKv
— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 19, 2023