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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on AP News

"Two months before the building came down, the president of its board wrote a letter to residents saying the structural problems identified in a 2018 inspection had gotten worse. Major repairs would be costly, with bids for the work still pending the building suddenly collapsed last Thursday. I'm Rita Foley. The Supreme Court is backing Arizona's recent voting changes, It could make it harder to challenge other voting limits. The high court rejected a federal appeals court in San Francisco that held the measures disproportionately affected black, Hispanic and Native American voters in violation of part of the landmark Voting Rights Act. The chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, is due in court Later today in New York, Alan Weiss Loberg surrendered to authorities earlier. This could be the first criminal indictment in the investigation into business practices at Donald Trump's company. Another state is lifting coronavirus restrictions. Washington Governor Jay Inslee went high up to do it. This is a Washington team on top of the space needle. Have been a great team. We got a lot to celebrate. We're reopening the state and we're able to do this. Because Washington has pulled together. The House has approved a sizable investment in roads, rail, public transit and water. A mixed showing for stock so far on Wall Street. This is a P news. Prince William and Prince Harry unveiled a statue of their mother at Kensington Palace on what would have been her 60th birthday. Dana's family joined the two brothers for the ceremony at the palace is sunken Garden, a place in Richard Princess once found solace. It was the first time the brothers have appeared in public together since the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip. The brothers later issued a joint statement in which they describe their mother's strength and character as qualities that made her a force for good around the world. Every day. We wish she was still with us, and our hope is that the statue will be seen forever as a symbol of her life and her legacy. They said. Syria. Shockley, London People on Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are being warned to plan for possible evacuations as the tiny islands hit recently by massive volcanic eruptions prepare for possible flooding and landslides from tropical Storm Elsa. The storm is moving through the eastern Caribbean. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Prince William and Harry have unveiled the statue of their mother, Princess Diana, on what would have been her 60th birthday in a small and brief ceremony at London's Kensington Palace. Dana's family joined the two brothers for the ceremony at the Palace has sunken garden, a place in which a princess once found solace. It was the first time the brothers have appeared in public together since the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip. The brothers later issued a joint statement in which they described their mother's strength and character as qualities that made her a force for good around the world. Every day. We wish she was still with us, and our hope is that the statue will be seen forever as a symbol of her life and her legacy. They said Very Shockley. London rescuers temporarily stopped work at the site of that partially collapsed Florida condominium building early this morning. The search crews have been on top of that pile of rubble for the past week, but they stopped just after two in the morning, says Miami Dade Fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky due to additional concerns.

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on KCRW

"News is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm, the chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, Alan Weiss. Loberg surrendered to authorities in New York this morning. Reporter alien, Merritt says it's expected he'll be charged with tax fraud. We do know that in recent months, prosecutors have been looking closely at whether or not taxes were paid. On non salary forms of compensation at for Trump Organization employees. It's pretty common for companies to sometimes pay their employees with little extras. But at the Trump organization, it went beyond that the criminal charges against Y Silberg and the Trump organization. Are the first to emerge from an investigation into the trump real estate empire. Former president Trump himself is not expected to be charged. The Miami Dade County mayor confirms 18 people are dead and 145 still missing after the partial collapse of a condo in the Surfside, Florida Documents acquired by NPR show concerns were growing about the building safety in the months before it collapsed. As NPR's Brian Mann reports, no action was taken. NPR has reviewed Condo association documents that show increasing turmoil, including a mass resignation of board members in 2019 as the scale and cost of needed repairs grew. A memo sent by the condo association ahead of a May 2021 board meeting described the desperate needs of the building. Meanwhile, government officials were inspecting the building is part of a required re certification process for older, tall buildings in the Miami Dade County area, but document showed no sense of urgency. Officials only required minor repairs and never ordered the buildings. Managers to speed up work on concrete beams and steel supports multiple investigations are now underway into the cause of the buildings collapsed. Brian Mann. NPR news President Biden is to travel to Florida today to visit the site, he and the first lady or to meet with the families of those killed or missing and to thank the first responders and the search and rescue crews. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's board of trustees voted to grant the star New York Times writer Nicole Hannah Jones tenure as a journalism professor. NPR's David Folkenflik reports. The board vote of 94 followed an intense national outcry over its refusal earlier this year to consider her tenure at all. Hannah Jones has won some of journalism's most prestigious awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for essay accompanying the 16 19 project. Opposition centered on that project on the ongoing legacy of slavery. The board vice chairman Jean Davis hailed her after the vote, but said trustees had been unfairly insulted. Some black faculty members have said the way Hannah Jones had been treated made them reconsider how welcome they felt the university Hannah Jones had said she would not come to U. N C without tenure and might sue instead on Wednesday night, she thanked supporters but said she wanted to take time to determine her path. Forward David Folkenflik. NPR news. You're listening to NPR news. Bill Cosby is a free man. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sexual assault conviction yesterday. The actor and comedian was released hours later after serving more than two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence. Had been found guilty of drugging and molesting at Temple University employee in 2000 and four The court ruled Cosby's trial was unfair because of former prosecutor had promised he would not be criminally charged. Small amounts of marijuana are now legal in Virginia. The state is the first in the South to legalize cannabis. Jan Khalil of member station W V. TF has more having up to an ounce of marijuana is now legal in Virginia for anyone 21 or older. But there are still many restrictions on possession. Having more than an ounce could lead to a $25 fine, and if it's a pounder more, it's a felony. It's also still illegal to use marijuana in public. People can have up to four plants in their homes, though Virginians will have to wait until 2024 to be able to buy retail marijuana. The state plans to set up measures to ensure the proceeds from legalization go to communities disproportionately affected by prohibition between 2010 and 2019. Black Virginians were 3.5 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession. For NPR News. I'm Jad Khalil in Richmond. Tropical Storm Elsa formed over the Atlantic Ocean this morning. It's the earliest fifth name storm on the season on record. Is expected to drop heavy rain in the Caribbean today, triggering some flash floods and mudslides. I'm Nora Rahm. NPR news..

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

06:44 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WBUR

"Good morning. I'm Deborah Becker coming up this hour new documents about the condo building that collapsed near Miami. As the investigation into that tragedy continues, it will take time. Possibly a couple of years, but we will not stop until they have determined the likely cause of this tragedy. Also this hour of vote counting fiasco, casting doubt New York City's mayoral race Plus this secret behind ringing the Music and algebra forecast cloud showers today highs in the eighties. It's 801 Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm, the chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, Alan Weiss. Loberg surrendered to authorities in New York this morning. Reporter alien, Merritt says it's expected he'll be charged with tax fraud. We do know that in recent months, prosecutors have been looking closely at whether or not taxes were paid. On non salary forms of compensation for Trump Organization employees. It's pretty common for companies to sometimes pay their employees with little extras. But at the Trump organization, it went beyond that the criminal charges against Y Silberg and the Trump organization. Are the first to emerge from an investigation into the trump real estate empire. Former president Trump himself is not expected to be charged. Miami Dade County mayor confirms 18 people are dead and 145 still missing after the partial collapse of a condo and Surfside, Florida. Documents acquired by NPR show concerns were growing about the building safety in the months before it collapsed. But as NPR's Brian Mann reports, no action was taken. NPR has reviewed Condo association documents that show increasing turmoil, including a mass resignation of board members in 2019, as the scale and cost of needed repairs grew. A memo sent by the kind of association ahead of a May 2021 board meeting described the desperate needs of the building. Meanwhile, government officials were inspecting the building is part of a required re certification process for older, tall buildings in the Miami Dade County area, but document showed no sense of urgency. Officials only required minor repairs and never ordered the buildings. Managers to speed up work on concrete beams and steel supports multiple investigations are now underway into the cause of the buildings Collapse. Brian Mann NPR news President Biden is to travel to Florida today to visit the site, he and the first lady or to meet with the families of those killed or missing, and to thank the first responders and the search and rescue crews. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's board of trustees voted to grant the star New York Times writer Nicole Hannah Jones tenure as a journalism professor. NPR's David Folkenflik reports. The board vote of 94 followed an intense national outcry over its refusal earlier this year to consider her tenure at all. Hannah Jones has won some of journalism's most prestigious awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for essay accompanying the 16 19 project. Opposition centered on that project on the ongoing legacy of slavery. The board vice chairman, Jean Davis hailed her after the vote, but said trustees had been unfairly insulted. Some black faculty members have said the way Hannah Jones had been treated made them reconsider how welcome they felt the university Hannah Jones had said she would not come to U. N C without tenure and might sue instead on Wednesday night, she thanked supporters but said she wanted to take time to determine her path. Forward David Folkenflik. NPR news. You're listening to NPR news. This is 90.9. W B. You are good morning. I'm Deborah Becker. The Boston School committee has voted to extend the contract for Superintendent Brenda Castle IUs by two years because Elliot's took over the school system in 2019 as W. B. U. S carry young reports the motion passed by a 4 to 1 vote. Committee members who voted in favor of the contract extension highlighted the need for continuity board member hard and Coleman argued it takes many years for a superintendent to overhaul a large school system. I am a huge proponent of the stability that this two year contract will bring to our system. We as a school committee are committed to this strategic vision implant committee members also explained the need to vote now member Michael O. Neill said Delaying the vote would be a breach of contract and trigger an automatic termination next June. Caselli as can still be fired before the contract expires, but would be owed one year severance. For 19.9 vur. I'm Carrie Young. Boston School Committee members are now considering how admission standards at Boston's three exam schools should permanently change a task force Overhauling those standards presented its recommendations to committee members last night. The proposed changes include having specific seats for the city's highest achieving students, as well as spots distributed in a ranking system that consider students socioeconomic backgrounds. The FBI has arrested two men in Massachusetts for their alleged roles in the January 6th insurrection at the US Capitol. The FBI's Boston Joint Terrorism Task Force assisted in the arrest yesterday of 28 year Old Summerville resident Noah Bacon. He's facing charges including obstruction of justice. 25 year old former Seacocks resident chase. Kevin Allen was also arrested on charges including destruction of property. Meantime, the U. S House voted yesterday to create a select committee to investigate the insurrection at the Capitol. Congressman Seth Moulton says he supports their committee, he says So far Congress has not adequately investigated what actually happened that day. How much prior planning was there? What role did the Internet play? Why was the Capitol police so unprepared? Why are a lot of Capitol police officers today? Still seeking answers to their questions? Moulton says he would support a bipartisan makeup of the committee. State Health Data show. More than 4.2 Million people have been fully vaccinated against Covid 19 in Massachusetts, close to 100. New coronavirus infections were reported yesterday. That's the highest single day total in more than two weeks. The death of one person was also reported. Mental health resources for Boston Municipal courts are expanding thanks to a $4 million Federal grant. The Boston outpatient assisted treatment program is designed to close gaps in services for people with.

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:19 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Why didn't they demand repairs on morning edition from NPR News. Miami is sometimes called the capital of Latin America. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm No Will King. NPR's jasmine Gars reports on how the Surfside tragedies affecting immigrant communities in Miami? Why is the Chinese government building a runway in the country's western desert? Why has New York's mayoral race descended into confusion? And as we look to Independence Day we meet some of the people who bring the bells in Boston's Old North Church. It's Thursday, July 1st actress Storm Reid is 18 today, and the news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Nora Rahm, the chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, Alan Weiss. Loberg surrendered to authorities in New York this morning. Reporter alien, Merritt says it's expected he'll be charged with tax fraud. We do know that in recent months, prosecutors have been looking closely at whether or not taxes were paid. On non salary forms of compensation at for Trump Organization employees. It's pretty common for companies to sometimes pay their employees with little extras. But at the Trump organization, it went beyond that the criminal charges against Weiss Tilburg and the Trump Organization. Are the first to emerge from an investigation into the trump real estate empire. Former president Trump himself is not expected to be charged. The Miami Dade County mayor confirms 18 people are dead and 145 still missing after the partial collapse of a condo in Surfside, Florida. Documents acquired by NPR show concerns were growing about the building safety in the months before it collapsed. But as NPR's Brian Mann reports, no action was taken. NPR has reviewed Condo association documents that show increasing turmoil, including a mass resignation of board members in 2019 is the scale and cost of needed repairs grew. A memo sent by the condo association ahead of a May 2021 board meeting described the desperate needs of the building. Meanwhile, government officials were inspecting the building is part of a required re certification process for older, tall buildings in the Miami Dade County area, but document showed no sense of urgency. Officials only required minor repairs and never ordered the buildings managers to speed up work on concrete beams and steel supports. Multiple investigations are now underway into the cause of the buildings collapse. Brian Mann, NPR news president Biden is to travel to Florida today to visit the site. He and the first lady are to meet with the families of those killed or missing. And thank the first responders and the search and rescue crews. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's board of trustees voted to grant the star New York Times writer Nicole Hannah Jones tenure as a journalism professor. NPR's David Folkenflik reports. The board vote of 94 followed an intense national outcry over its refusal earlier this year to consider her tenure at all. Hannah Jones has won some of journalism's most prestigious awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for essay accompanying the 16 19 project. Opposition centered on that project on the ongoing legacy of slavery. Board Vice Chairman Jean Davis hailed her after the vote, but said trustees have been unfairly insulted. Some black faculty members have said the way Hannah Jones had been treated made them reconsider how welcome they felt the university Hannah Jones had said she would not come to U. N C without tenure and might sue instead on Wednesday night, she thanked supporters but said she wanted to take time to determine her path. Forward David Folkenflik. NPR NEWS. You're listening to NPR news 66 degrees at 704. Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon with W B E Z News. Cook County Health and its nurses union have reached a tentative contract agreement after nurses went out on a one day strike last week. Crain's Chicago business reports. The deal includes an across the board pay increase of 8.5% over the life of the contract. About 900 County nurses participated in the one day walkout to draw attention to staffing shortages. Additional county workers belonging to S E I u local 73 remain on strike. A federal judge in Indianapolis is blocked a new Indiana law regarding abortions. W B E Z is Michael Puente reports but long was to have taken effect today. Indiana's Republican controlled General Assembly adopted the long last spring. It requires doctors to tell women that they can reverse a drug induce abortion after taking the first pill, But before the second Hana Brass, Greer says it's based on junk science. She is the chief legal counsel for Planned Parenthood in Indiana and ideologically motivated idea it is not accepted by any of the main organizations like the American College of Obstetricians American Medical Association. Supporters of the law say women should know how to possibly halt a medication induced abortion. Michael Brandt. W B E Z News. Chicago based Boeing is facing tougher scrutiny from government regulators at home and abroad. After crashes of it's 7 37 MAXjet killed hundreds of people. The Federal Aviation Administration is singled signal they probably won't certify Boeing's next airliner the Triple Seven jet until 2023 because of questions about software and hardware. Seattle Times reporter Dominic Gates covers Boeing and says It's a changing regulatory landscape for the plane maker. FAA regulators around the world are all taking a very much closer oversight role. With bowling. I mean, an FAA official told me that the days of Boeing being able to say to the FDA just trust us are long gone. The F ast concerns are the latest setback for the Triple Seven, which Boeing originally predicted would enter service in 2020. Gates thinks it'll be several more years before Boeing delivers the plane to airlines. White Sox beat the Twins 13 to 3 the sky beat the wings 91 to 81 cubs lost to the Brewers 15 to 7, whether today patchy fog this morning and then sunny with a high of 77 low tonight of.

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Officer of the Trump Organization, Alan Weiss. Loberg surrendered to authorities in New York this morning. Reporter alien, Merritt says it's expected he'll be charged with tax fraud. We do know that in recent months, prosecutors have been looking closely at whether or not taxes were paid. On non salary forms of compensation at for Trump Organization employees. It's pretty common for companies to sometimes pay their employees with little extras. But at the Trump organization, it went beyond that the criminal charges against Weisberg and the Trump Organization. Are the first to emerge from an investigation into the trump real estate empire. Former president Trump himself is not expected to be charged. Miami Dade County mayor confirms 18 People are dead and 145 still missing after the partial collapse of a condo in the Surfside, Florida Documents acquired by NPR show concerns were growing about the building safety in the months before it collapsed. As NPR's Brian Mann reports, no action was taken. NPR has reviewed Condo association documents that show increasing turmoil, including a mass resignation of board members in 2019 as the scale and cost of needed repairs grew. A memo sent by the condo association ahead of a May 2021 board meeting described the desperate needs of the building. Meanwhile, government officials were inspecting the building is part of a required re certification process for older, tall buildings in the Miami Dade County area, but document showed no sense of urgency. Officials only required minor repairs and never ordered the buildings. Managers to speed up work on concrete beams and steel supports multiple investigations are now underway into the cause of the buildings collapsed. Brian Mann. NPR news President Biden is to travel to Florida today to visit the site, he and the first lady or to meet with the families of those killed or missing and to thank the first responders and the search and rescue crews. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's board of trustees voted to grant the star New York Times writer Nicole Hannah Jones tenure as a journalism professor. NPR's David Folkenflik reports. The board vote of 94 followed an intense national outcry over its refusal earlier this year to consider her tenure at all. Hannah Jones has won some of journalism's most prestigious awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for essay accompanying the 16 19 project. Opposition centered on that project on the ongoing legacy of slavery. The board vice chairman Jean Davis hailed her after the vote, but said trustees had been unfairly insulted. Some black faculty members have said the way Hannah Jones had been treated made them reconsider how welcome they felt the university Hannah Jones had said she would not come to U. N C without tenure and might sue instead on Wednesday night, she thanked supporters but said she wanted to take time to determine her path. Forward David Folkenflik. NPR news. You're listening to NPR news. Well U. N. Y c at 804 good July,.

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So much to do on a Monday, but I want to get some calls in a moment. The first Since we've been following this very, very closely. A lot of people are giving us a past. They really need to pay attention to this. This is from the hill. New York Prosecutors give Trump Organization lawyers Monday Deadline report on Mondays today. New York prosecutors have given former President Trump's attorneys until Monday afternoon. Which has passed to provide an argument as to why the Trump Organization should not face criminal charges of the Washington Post reported. You can see the leaks coming out of this, uh, Cyrus Vance operation. Last week, it was reported the Manhattan Da's office was considering bringing criminal charges against the Trump Organization as a whole. Against executive Alan Weiss Loberg. This is his old guy who's been right who's been the financial officer for decades because they're trying to get Trump. New York Times reported. Trump's attorneys had made an appeal to prosecutors from the DA's office to not file charges against the company. The two sources close to the matter. How do you like that? The two sources close to the matter told the post that Trump Organization attorneys now have until Monday to make a case as to why the charges should be filed. Investigation. This investigation has been going on for four years. And they have filed dozens of subpoenas and have gotten millions of pages of documents. Into transactions. I'm sure they go back years and years. Unbelievable. This is the same data who wouldn't go after All those perverts. From Hollywood who live in the New York Yes, He's such a hack. Last month, the New York Attorney general's office announced the investigation. Which initially had been any civil nature had been expanded to a criminal conspiracy now. If you watch my Fox show a couple of weeks ago you saw that she campaigned on going after Trump criminally. So she should be recused. And despite art The D A. Vance, The attorney General James are working together on the investigation. They always reached out to the Trump organization. This is how the prosecutors work, the Post, said. Alan Food, Serifis, an attorney for the Trump organization, didn't respond. Well, Why would he? Trump lasted state and local prosecutors last month, calling the investigation and he's right. The greatest political witch hunt. It is sickening, but Again. The American Marxist. This is who they are. This is how they conduct themselves. Criminalized politics. And if you don't bend they destroy you. Here. You have a woman this Latisha James. Is that her name Mr Producer? Who runs for attorney general of New York on a platform that she's going to get trump criminally. And what is the New York State bar done about it? Nothing. They're going after Rudy Giuliani. Rudy Giuliani. Pretty incredible. Before I get the cause. I want to remind you about these corporatists, who are also addressed in American Marxism. Nike CEO, This is the daily mail. Says sports giant is a brand of China and for China. In earnings call amid concerns corporate America is too close to Beijing. So this is interesting. So the CEO of Nike John Donoghue has basically said Hey, where a Chinese company But we're a brand of China and for China were basically a Chinese government. Weena We started in America. We're headquartered in America, all these clowns in the professional and collegiate sports They wear our stuff. We know we've stuck at the American people over and over again. But look We're really a Chinese Communist party. We don't care what they're doing to the Wickers. We don't care about what they're doing. The Christians, We don't care what they're doing. The Tibetans they can slaughter and rape and sterilizing aboard all they want. Thank goodness for the daily mail that has become a real newspaper. CEO of Nike, said the company is a brand of China. During a recent earnings call defending the company's position in that country. The comments come months after sportswear apparel company was embroiled in a controversy over alleged human rights abuses in the country. This week. CEO John Donohue conducted his quarterly earnings report for the company. He asked about the company's plan in China by an analyst. We've been in China over 40 years, too, invested significant time and energy in China in the early days, and today we're the largest sport brand there and where brand of China and for China We'll continue our long term investment in China. During the earnings call, he was was revealed that Q four revenue in that country rose 9%. On a currency neutral basis. Additionally, the company sold double digit growth in the country for the seventh consecutive year. So these corporatists It doesn't matter if you're a genocidal regime, you know, people have often said to me, Mark, How is it? The disk of the Third Reich? Yeah, these companies. It just kept Going along. Pumping out products doing their thing working for the Nazis. Well, look at this. Who's Nike working for Who's Nike working for Despite the growth sales in the Greater China era, actually area actually failed to hit Wall Street expectations this past year. And it goes on. I don't have any Nike products that I'm aware of, unless they have some brand in front of that, that I'm not aware, but I don't buy Nike anymore. My family doesn't buy Nike anymore. And, uh, The UK's conservative Party. Human Rights Commission report said the tens of thousands of wigger Muslims have been transported to factories across the country to work. Report noted that one of the most shocking new developments in the last five years with that forced labour was now used throughout China factories, which are part of the supply chain of major international corporations. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, while they're here in America going on about Georgia Legislature And the founders. These people are funding the genocidal communist regime. It went on. Under conditions that strongly suggest forced labor leaders are working in factories that are in supply chains of at least 83 well known global brands and the technology, clothing and automobiles have sectors including Apple. BMW Gap, Nike, Samsung, Sony and Volkswagen. Let me use the old language that wagon. Gigi Hangzhou and Nathan Russ Er, who are authors of a report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute about the forced labor of leaders gave evidence to the commission in an online hearing. They said they discovered in 2019 that Wickers were being transported from Zhang to other provinces to work doesn't just break your heart isn't the sickening Ju and Rooster said it's a policy of the central government, the result of tens of thousands of people pushed out of their homes every year and sent to eastern provinces to work and supply chains of international brands. They added that in the factories, workers were subjected to the conditions of forced labor. Having to work under heavy surveillance and in a few hours of free time were compelled to attend Mandarin Chinese language classes.

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So-Called Investigation on Trump Organization Is a Con to Target President Trump

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 11 months ago

So-Called Investigation on Trump Organization Is a Con to Target President Trump

"Need to pay attention to this. This is from the hill. New York Prosecutors give Trump Organization lawyers Monday Deadline report on Mondays today. New York prosecutors have given former President Trump's attorneys until Monday afternoon. Which has passed to provide an argument as to why the Trump Organization should not face criminal charges of the Washington Post reported. You can see the leaks coming out of this, uh, Cyrus Vance operation. Last week, it was reported the Manhattan Da's office was considering bringing criminal charges against the Trump Organization as a whole. Against executive Alan Weiss Loberg. This is his old guy who's been right who's been the financial officer for decades because they're trying to get Trump. New York Times reported. Trump's attorneys had made an appeal to prosecutors from the DA's office to not file charges against the company. The two sources close to the matter. How do you like that? The two sources close to the matter told the post that Trump Organization attorneys now have until Monday to make a case as to why the charges should be filed. Investigation. This investigation has been going on for four years. And they have filed dozens of subpoenas and have gotten millions of pages of documents. Into transactions. I'm sure they go back years and years. Unbelievable. This is the same data who wouldn't go after All those perverts. From Hollywood who live in the New York Yes, He's such a hack.

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"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"alan weiss loberg" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"New York prosecutors have reportedly convene a special grand jury that is expected to decide whether to indict former President Trump or others in his business is based on evidence from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. Now he's been looking into Trump's practices before Trump became president. And claims that the Trump Organization may have manipulated property values and defrauded banks and that hush money payments were made to women on Trump's behalf. And to Bernstein is with member Station W. N. Y. C and Andrea This was first reported by The Washington Post. We know it's not unusual to convene a special grand jury in a complicated case. But what is this signaling to people? Well. The former prosecutors that I have spoken to have said to me that this stage is very advanced age in an investigation and what it means is that the D a believes he has evidence that a crime was committed, so it's a significant step now. It doesn't mean that it's going to go through this grand jury process where there will be witnesses called. There will be additional subpoenas. Issued, But they're setting up a sustained grand jury a six month grand jury to examine whether crimes were committed, and it is typically the last step before an indictment if they decide there's evidence of a crime. Yeah, And this evidence is from investigations that began with Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, who served time for admitting that he paid the hush money to women on Trump's behalf, something Trump denies. Other claims have to do with whether Trump or his staff either inflated or deflated his business value for their own benefit. Explain that So with regards to Michael Cohen, you might remember when he testified before Congress some years ago. He brought with him a check that had been written to him by Donald Trump, he said in the Oval Office for $35,000. That head Michael Kamen said been paid Out as a retainer, but in fact was to reimburse him for much hush money well in New York. You're not allowed to say something is a business expense when it's not a business expense, so that could be a felony. Separately from that, as the D A has been boring into Trump's business, he has found what he calls a possible protracted pattern of fraud. Where Trump over values properties when it's in his interest, for example, when he's seeking alone, but undervalues them when, for example, it's time to pay the tax man. Yeah, well, do we know if this convening of the grand jury has anything to do with recent reporting that Vance's office the D A. Has been pressuring the Trump Organization Financial officer Alan Weiss, Holberg to cooperate. Well. Both are signs of the same thing, which is that the Dia's investigation is intensifying. Everybody that I spoke to that has worked with the kinds of cases has said that the road goes through Alan Weiss Loberg that Alan Whistle. Berg is the person who oversaw all of these financial investigations, and he would be the one to possibly Flip and give states evidence so that could happen. The documents has been collecting the interviews with members of Wessel Brooke's family that he has been conducting and going to the grand jury signal that there is a very serious investigation that this is not Just a suspicion at this point, but they feel that it is close enough to consider whether an indictment should be brought right. What has former President Trump had to say? Well. He has had a very angry statement last week when it came out that the New York attorney general advance for joining forces on certain aspects of this case. Hey, said it was a witch hunt that it's politically motivated, and he denied wrongdoing and all that is a rather polite way of putting his missive that he put up on his website site. Well, we spoke with you last week when New York Attorney General Laetitia James assigned to lawyers to work with the DA's office. These two investigations seem to merge after her civil investigation into the Trump organization developed into a criminal one. What is all this movement say to you about what Donald Trump is facing. So Donald Trump as we know, he has been sued thousands of times. His initiated his own litigation, probably also thousands of times, and he's been subject to impeachment investigations. Numerous enquiries, but he's never Didn't subject to a serious criminal investigation that could result in an indictment and could possibly lead to prison time. Now he is possibly facing all of that. And just so people are clear. This new grand jury is separate from the investigative grand Juries that the Manhattan D, a used to issue subpoenas, right Right. This is a later stage where it's a more intensive look, and it signals that there is a greater evidence has been collected and they're closer to taking some kind of action. Have you? NY sees Andrew Bernstein. Thank you so much. Thank you. Great Speaking with you, you two you're listening to here and now Than three quarters of Kobe patients lose their sense of smell. Most people get it back as they recover. But some don't the magnitude of the problem like complete loss of smell, The number of people affected on the number of people who have persistent problems. This is just unheard of how Kobe 19 has renewed interest in the field of smell this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. This'd afternoon at four o'clock here on these 88 7. I'm Jack. 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