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February 24, 2022

BREAKING: Prosecutors Leading Trump Investigation Abruptly Resign

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The top prosecutors leading the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office’s investigation into former President Donald Trump’s financial dealings have abruptly resigned.

Mark Pomerantz and Carey Dunne’s resignations came after Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg signaled he had “doubts about moving forward” with the case.

Pomerantz confirmed that he had resigned but did not elaborate. Dunne declined to comment.

The Manhattan DA’s investigation into potential tax and bank-related fraud has stalled for over a month because of Bragg’s reluctance to move forward, according to multiple reports.

In that time, they have not questioned any witnesses in front of the grand jury, essentially halting their investigation into whether Trump inflated the value of his assets to obtain favorable loan terms from banks.

The precise reasons for Bragg’s reluctance are unknown.

When asked for a response to Pomerantz and Dunne’s resignations, Bragg said he was “grateful for their service.”


Source:

2 Prosecutors Leading N.Y. Trump Inquiry Resign, Clouding Case’s Future

8 comments on BREAKING: Prosecutors Leading Trump Investigation Abruptly Resign

  1. Tim says:

    They don’t have a case , the whole system is going down the shitter. Trump has nothing answer to .

  2. Tim says:

    They don’t have a case , the whole system is going down the shitter. Trump has nothing to answer to .

  3. Ernie says:

    The main problem they have, is the simple fact, that’s if you own something, you have the right to put a value on it, now if the banks that was loaning him the money, they have the responsibility to do their due diligence of values of anything being put up as security for the loan! If they just took the borrower numbers on how he came up with his own value, he put on his properties, just ask yourself to whom is at fault? As we all know, that property values rise and fall over a period of time!

  4. Lisa says:

    FAR OUT!!! bragg, you filthy, vile dem, DROP THE CASE AGAINST TRUMP, you HAVE NO EVIDENCE!!!! well did they quit because bragg is “dragging his feet”?

  5. suan says:

    If Trump duped the banks and the City, he should be investigated to find out the truth once and for all.

    1. Ernie says:

      The fact if the banks had made a complaint regarding Trump’s accounting firm, if they wasn’t happy regarding their way they came to the values of his properties, they would have refused the request for a loan of the value amount, surly the banks have a department that can value property, their is at least 100 different way to calculate a value and come up with a totally different end result! Fraud is a very difficult case to prove, seeing they are lawyers, they should have known this right from the out set! They have back off because, the know they don’t have a case they can prove in open court, they are worried to how much the final bills are going to cost them!

  6. AL: says:

    NY State AG Leticia James spouting investigating Trump has always sounded like Adam Schiff. Schiff has claimed for years that he has “mountains of evidence in plain sight” against Trump. If he does have anything, why has he never produced it? Because it only exists in his echo chamber.
    NY DA Bragg’s reluctance about the case may be that he is not willing to “make it up as he goes” like the scum bags in Congress. Pomerantz and Dunne may well have resigned because Bragg does not want to invent evidence.
    Leticia James ranted about investigating Trump to deflect attention from Gov Cuomo, as well as grabbing media attention for herself. Her supposed earth shattering evidence boiled down to: Trump is a businessman and engaged in business.

    1. Ernie says:

      Everyone knows her motives are political! As for what I’ve read, she as reduced the case against President Trump three times already, it will be reduced to a outstanding parking ticket, by the time it gets to court, if ever it does?

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