Report: Trump’s Inner Circle Expected to Be Arrested Soon


If you haven’t been keeping up with the legal affairs of Donald Trump of late, what you should know is that the guy is very likely f–ked. With the ex-president facing no fewer than 29 lawsuits and three criminal investigations, his tax returns are currently in the hands of Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., whose team is also working to flip the Trump Organization employee who knows where all the bodies are buried and has both (1) cooperated with prosecutors in the past and (2) made some rather interesting comments about the company’s legal dealings.

At the same time Rudy Giuliani had his home and office raided by the feds last week, a turn of events that former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara has said is very, very bad news for the NYC mayor turned Trump lawyer/cautionary tale. All of which reportedly has the rest of the 45th president’s inner circle extremely concerned about their own legal exposure.

CNN reports that the raids on Giuliani’s Madison Avenue apartment and Park Avenue office have “left allies of the former president feeling uneasy about what could come next,” according to sources close to Trump.

“This was a show of force that sent a strong message to a lot of people in Trump’s world that other things may be coming down the pipeline,” one adviser told CNN. According to that person, the seizing of Giuliani’s electronic devices has “ignited a sense of fear” inside Trump’s orbit “that Justice Department officials may be more willing to pursue investigations of the 45th president or his inner circle than many Trump allies had previously believed.” The same person opined to CNN that they couldn’t believe “you would need to send seven FBI agents to go and collect a cell phone and laptop,” calling the raid “overkill.”  Read more…


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  1. The law is a tool (among others) for those who are empowered to use it, to influence the course of events.

     In 1638 the elite of New Amsterdam (the Dutch colony that later became New York) needed to control unruly sailors disembarking from their ships. It was this Mercantile class that introduced the first ordinances of a police nature. Thus “policing” was a “service” for the merchant class who wanted to protect their possessions.
    The Thames River Police were organized in 1798 for the same reasons, later becoming London’s Metropolitan Police.
    It became a “force” when called upon to control the unruly masses, (strikes, riots, insurrections).
    The law has many more provisions for the police than they actually use therefore its enforcement is always selective. This allows the police to profile what part of the population they want to target and which types of behaviour they want to change. In short, they can select who to pick up for a crime (put in the dock)…and who not to.

    But the source remains the same.
    Public space becomes Imperial space.

  2. Why announce a crackdown in advance?
    To enable the accused to dispose of discriminating evidences??

    • When the letter comes asking you to preserve records and warning about not doing so, that is when the fear starts and spreads. These should not be assumed to be made public.

  3. You may not agree, but the other and more relevant Democrat who was run off would be Al Franken.
    He would not have stood back to all the S*** that went on after his exit door was provided him.

  4. Who knows what to believe anymore? Even things that “may” be “true” can have hidden or deceptive implications that negate the usual standardly perceived meaning. Whatever that means.
    In Trump’s case, he did present himself as Mr. anti-establishment, so maybe some established interests are returning the favor?

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