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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Boardwalks. It's day three of a nurse's strike in New York City, nurses and Mount Sinai and montefiore say they are on the picket lines because of understaffing issues. It's just not safe. The days are incredibly overwhelming and stressful. And montefiore both sides are talking and said that they are close. Former Trump organization chief financial officer Allen weisselberg spent his first night in Rikers Island, as he begins his sentence for pleading guilty last year to tax fraud. Weisselberg was sentenced to 5 months in jail as part of a pre arranged plea agreement with the Manhattan district attorney's office. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thanks, Michael. And now it's time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state out. Good morning, John Stan shower. Good morning, Nathan safe to say no one's ever had a more bizarre off season than Carlos Correa. He was a free agent a year ago signed a late deal with Minnesota opted out, cut a deal with San Francisco where they scheduled his introductory press conference and then canceled it hours before it was to take place amid concerns about an ankle injury, so Correa pivoted and agreed to a deal with the mets who then had similar concerns about that ankle. Let's try to keep Correa, but with changes to the original agreement, Correa balked at that he is instead going back to Minnesota 6 year deal for 200 million, could turn out to be longer and more lucrative, but the deals

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ordinary citizens about this project. He devoted their hard earned money. He prayed upon the emotions of New Yorkers in Americans. And then when mister Bannon was held accountable for his criminal actions, the former president pardoned him. After pleading not guilty to the charges, Bannon left the courthouse making his familiar claim that the charges were politically motivated. We are not going to back down and they will not be able to shut me up. And I'm going to stay and fight this. My guest is former federal prosecutor Robert mintz a partner with Carter in English. Bob tell us about the charges against Bannon. All of these charges relate to a privately funded entity in which funds were raised from private individuals, mostly in smaller amounts, 5 and $10 in order to raise money for a border wall in two locations in Texas and in New Mexico. According to authorities, while none of this money was supposed to go to the individual's running this charitable entity, money instead was funneled to both the CEO of this company and to mister Bannon for various private and personal uses. And that's essentially what they've been charged with here. So the charges echo a federal case brought against Bannon two years ago, but he was pardoned by former president Trump before trial. Are there any double jeopardy concerns here? Double jeopardy, essentially prevented individual for being tried twice for the same offense. Now, in this case, there were federal charges that were brought and ultimately mister Bannon never went to trial because he was pardoned by president Trump. In that case, double jeopardy does not apply because the jury was never convened to weigh the federal fraud charging. That's why these state charges will withstand a challenge to double jeopardy, even though mister Bannon was already charged federally, those charges, again, no jury was ever in panel, which means the trial never began, and therefore double jeopardy did not attach. So the Manhattan district attorney's office has sort of made itself the guardian of presidential pardons and New York even passed a law three years ago. Why do you think the Manhattan district attorney has taken this on not only Alvin Bragg, but before him Cy Vance? Well, this indictment against mister Bannon is an example of the continuing efforts by the Manhattan district attorney's office to charge recipients of federal pardons by president Trump because the state prosecutors believe they broke date laws as well as federal laws. So another example of state prosecutors charging someone who was pardoned by president Trump was the case in 2018 where Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted in federal court of financial fraud but was later pardoned by president Trump in March 2019, then Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance charged Paul Manafort with mortgage fraud and a dozen other states felonies. In that case, however, a judge ultimately ruled that those charges did violate the state's double jeopardy law because mister Manafort had stood for trial and had been convicted and in that case, based upon the law as it existed in New York State at the time, doubled jeopardy prevented the Manhattan district attorney's office from bringing these charges, which were very similar to the federal charges that mister Manafort had already been convicted of. Three of Bannon's former partners in we built the wall were also charged, two pleaded guilty and a third went to trial. That ended in a mistrial because the jury couldn't reach a unanimous verdict. In fact, and this is unusual, 11 of the jurors sent a note to the judge asking her to remove the 12th juror who they said had spoken of a government witch hunt and refused to deliberate based on the evidence. What does that tell you about the upcoming Bannon trial? In this case, I think we can expect from Steve Bannon, a politically charged defense. He's going to raise exactly those types of claims, but this is a political witch

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To ordinary citizens about this project. He diverted their hard earned money. He prayed upon the emotions of New Yorkers in Americans. And then when mister Bannon was held accountable for his criminal actions, the former president pardoned him. After pleading not guilty to the charges, Bannon left the courthouse making his familiar claim that the charges were politically motivated. We are not going to back down and they will not be able to shut me up. And I'm going to stay and fight this. My guest is former federal prosecutor Robert mince, a partner at mccarter and English. Bob tell us about the charges against Bannon. All of these charges relate to a privately funded entity in which funds were raised from private individuals, mostly in smaller amounts, 5 and $10 in order to raise money for a border wall in two locations in Texas and in New Mexico. According to authorities, while none of this money was supposed to go to the individual's running this charitable entity, money instead was funneled to both the CEO of this company and to mister Bannon for various private and personal uses. And that's essentially what they've been charged with here. So the charges echo a federal case brought against Bannon two years ago, but he was pardoned by former president Trump before trial. Are there any double jeopardy concerns here? Double jeopardy, essentially prevented individual for being tried twice for the same offense. Now, in this case, there were federal charges that were brought and ultimately mister Bannon never went to trial because he was pardoned by president Trump. In that case, double jeopardy does not apply because the jury was never convened to weigh the federal fraud charging. That's why these state charges will withstand a challenge to double jeopardy even though mister Bannon was already charged federally, those charges again no jury was ever in paneled, which means the trial never began and therefore double jeopardy did not attach. So the Manhattan district attorney's office has sort of made itself the guardian of presidential pardons and New York even passed a law three years ago. Why do you think the Manhattan district attorney has taken this on not only Alvin Bragg, but before him Cy Vance? Well, this indictment against mister Bannon is an example of the continuing efforts by Manhattan district attorney's office to charge recipients of federal pardons by president Trump because the state prosecutors believe they broke date laws as well as federal laws. So another example of state prosecutors charging someone who was pardoned by president Trump was the case in 2018 where Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted in federal court of financial fraud but was later pardoned by president Trump in March 2019, then Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance charged Paul Manafort with mortgage fraud and a dozen other states felonies in that case, however, a judge ultimately ruled that those charges did violate the state's double jeopardy law because mister Manafort had stood for trial and had been convicted and in that case, based upon the law as it existed in New York State at the time, doubled jeopardy prevented the Manhattan district attorney's office from bringing these charges, which were very similar to the federal charges that mister Manafort had already been convicted of. Three of Bannon's former partners in we built the wall were also charged two pleaded guilty and a third went to trial. That ended in a mistrial because the jury couldn't reach a unanimous verdict. In fact, and this is unusual, 11 of the jurors sent a note to the judge asking her to remove the 12th juror, who they said had spoken of a government witch hunt and refused to deliberate based on the evidence. What does that tell you about the upcoming Bannon trial? In this case, I think we can expect from Steve Bannon, a politically charged defense. He's going to raise exactly those types of claims that this is a political witch hunt is going to try to channel a lot of the rhetoric we've seen from president Trump regarding his own legal issues and hope that they can get at least one member of the jury to simply reject the evidence and buy into the series that this entire prosecution is simply politically motivated. What prosecutors will have to do during the voir dire, which is that the part of the process where they picked jurors is try to make sure that every year that's selected is going to be able to impartially unfairly weighty evidence and make a decision solely based on that. I think we can also expect the judge to curtail the defense to the extent they are trying to make this a political issue. I think we're going to see the judge limit that type of argument and force the defense to focus on the evidence that prosecutors are presenting a trial. That's certainly what happened in the trial where Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress. Thanks so much, bob. That's Robert mintz of mccarter and English. Coming up, the Justice Department is appealing a controversial ruling over classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago. This is Bloomberg. Not completely circle is bringing together developers and entrepreneurs from around the world. 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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lied to ordinary citizens about this project. He diverted their hard earned money. He prayed upon the emotions of New Yorkers in Americans. And then when mister Bannon was held accountable for his criminal actions, the former president pardoned him. After pleading not guilty to the charges, Bannon left the courthouse making his familiar claim that the charges were politically motivated. We are not going to back down and they will not be able to shut me up. And I'm going to stay and fight this. My guest is former federal prosecutor Robert mintz, a partner mccarter in English. Bob tell us about the charges against Bannon. All of these charges relate to a privately funded entity in which funds were raised from private individuals, mostly in smaller amounts, 5 and $10 in order to raise money for a border wall in two locations in Texas and in New Mexico. According to authorities, while none of this money was supposed to go to the individual's running this charitable entity, money instead was funneled to both the CEO of this company and to mister Bannon for various private and personal uses. And that's essentially what they've been charged with here. So the charges echo a federal case brought against Bannon two years ago, but he was pardoned by former president Trump before trial. Are there any double jeopardy concerns here? Double jeopardy, essentially prevented individual for being tried twice for the same offense. Now, in this case, there were federal charges that were brought and ultimately mister Bannon never went to trial because he was pardoned by president Trump. In that case, double jeopardy does not apply because the jury was never convened to weigh the federal fraud charging. That's why these state charges will withstand a challenge to double jeopardy. Even though mister Bannon was already charged federally, those charges, again, no jury was never in panel, which means the trial never began, and therefore double jeopardy did not attach. So the Manhattan district attorney's office has sort of made itself the guardian of presidential pardons and New York even passed a law three years ago. Why do you think the Manhattan district attorney has taken this on not only Alvin Bragg, but before him Cy Vance? Well, this indictment gets mister Bannon is an example of the continuing efforts by Manhattan district attorney's office to charge recipients of federal pardon by president Trump because the state prosecutors believe they broke date laws as well as federal laws. So another example of state prosecutors charging someone who was pardoned by president Trump was the case in 2018 where Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted in federal court of financial fraud but was later pardoned by president Trump in March 2019, then Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Paul Manafort with mortgage fraud and a dozen other state felonies. In that case, however, a judge ultimately ruled that those charges did violate the state's double jeopardy law because mister Manafort had stood for trial and had been convicted and in that case based upon the law as it existed in New York State at the time, double jeopardy prevented the Manhattan district attorney's office from bringing these charges, which were very similar to the federal charges that mister Manafort had already been convicted of. Three of Bannon's former partners in we build the wall were also charged, two pleaded guilty and a third went to trial. That ended in a mistrial because the jury couldn't reach a unanimous verdict. In fact, and this is unusual, 11 of the jurors sent a note to the judge asking her to remove the 12th juror who they said had spoken of a government witch hunt and refused to deliberate based on the evidence. What does that tell you about the upcoming Bannon trial? In this case, I think we can expect from Steve Bannon, a politically charged defense. He's going to raise exactly those types of claims that this is a political witch hunt is going to try to channel a lot of the rhetoric we've seen from president Trump regarding his own legal issues and hope that they can get at least one member of the jury to simply reject the evidence and buy into the series that this entire prosecution is simply politically motivated. What prosecutors will have to do during the voir dire, which is that the part of the process where they picked jurors is try to make sure that every selected is going to be able to impartially unfairly weighty evidence and make a decision solely based on that. I think we can also expect the judge to curtail the defense to the extent they are trying to make this a political issue. I think we're going to see the judge limit that type of argument and force the defense to focus on the evidence that prosecutors are presenting a trial. That's certainly what happened in the trial where Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress. Thanks so much, bob. That's Robert mintz of Macarthur and English. Coming up, the Justice Department is appealing a controversial ruling over classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago. This is Bloomberg. At Bloomberg's circle is bringing together developers and entrepreneurs from around the world. 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Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 8 months ago

Trump loses appeal, must testify in New York civil probe

"A state appeals court has ruled former president Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in New York State's civil investigation into his business practices I'm Ben Thomas with details The four judge panel upheld a lower court ruling enforcing subpoenas for Trump and his two eldest children to give testimony in New York attorney general letitia James probe The former president's lawyers had argued that ordering the trumps to testify violated their constitutional rights because their answers could be used in a parallel criminal investigation The Manhattan district attorney's office has charged the Trump organization and its longtime financial chief Alan weisselberg with tax fraud alleging he collected more than $1.7 million in off the books compensation Weisselberg and the company have pleaded not guilty The ruling could mean a tough decision for Trump whether to answer questions or stay silent citing his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination I'm Ben Thomas

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2nd grand jury empaneled into Trump investigation, sources say

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00:56 sec | 1 year ago

2nd grand jury empaneled into Trump investigation, sources say

"A new grand jury has been convened in New York City in the ongoing investigation into Donald trump's business dealings a person with knowledge of the case this is a new panels been convened as the previous grand jury's term was about to expire there was no comment from the Manhattan district attorney's office which is considering seeking additional indictments in the case which already has led to tax fraud charges against the trump organization a long time CFO Alan Weisberg state investigators are also looking into whether the trump organization misled banks or tax officials about the value of company assets inflating the numbers for a better loan rates or shrinking them for tax savings Donald Trump has not been charged with any wrongdoing newly elected Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg will be taking over the case from the retiring site recipients junior I'm

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Tim Maguire. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine. Copper tells WPLG. It's possible that the remaining portion of the 12 storey condo the collapse and Surfside, Florida Maybe pulled down. This is a decision that we need to make extremely carefully and methodically, as we consider all the possible impacts to the pile of debris and to our search and rescue operation. The search and rescue effort at the site has resumed after a pause early this morning for safety concerns. At least 18 people are dead and 145. Others are missing. His PSA portion of the building came down a week ago, President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden traveled to surf site to meet with officials, first responders and, most importantly, the families. Well, I'd be able to recover the body of my son or daughter, my husband. My cousin, My mom and dad. How can I have closed without being able to bury them? If I don't get the body? What do I do? Donald Trump's company and its longtime finance chief, are charged with taking part in a tax fraud scheme. The Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former President Donald Trump's company Thursday, charging the Trump Organization and its finance chief prosecutor carry done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme. According to prosecutors, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss. Alberg allegedly received more than 1.7 million Dollars in off the books compensation that included apartment rent, car payments and school tuition. Trump Organization Attorney Alan Future fast had a different take. I believe the Political forces. Driving today's events are just that the Trump Organization and CFO y Silberg pleaded not guilty. Former President Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation. I'm Mike Rossio Attorney General Merrick Garland orders a halt to and review of federal executions after the Trump administration carried out 13 executions in just six months. This is a P news. Cruz at Zion National Park in nearby business owners in Utah, still cleaning up and assessing the damage from a massive flash flood that ripped through the popular Red Rock park, sending mud and debris into the streets look like a swimming pool. Yes, it was unbelievable. I'm.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Dade County Mayor. President Biden is in Surfside, Florida. I want to stress that President Biden's visit today will have no impact. And what happens at this site. The search and rescue operation will continue as soon as it is safe to do So. The Dade County Fire chief says Cruz noticed several expansions and cracks they had been monitoring, including 6 to 12 inches of movement and a large column hanging from the structure that could fall and cause damage to support columns in the underground parking garage. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm to McGuire President Biden First Lady Jill Biden traveled to Surfside, Florida today to meet with first responders, the families of the victims of last Thursday's collapse of a 12 story kind of mini, um, and those who survived the disaster. They know that's the chances are As each day goes by diminished slightly. But at a minimum at a minimum. They want to recover the bodies. At least 18 people are dead. 145 missing. The rescue effort was called off earlier today because of a growing instability of the remaining structure on the site. Trump Organization CFO Alan Wisenberg, as well as lawyers for Donald Trump's company pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York City. This is related to the investigation by the Manhattan district attorney's office into former President Trump's company. Trump himself is not charged. Organization Attorney Alan Feud Office says The case by the Manhattan district attorney's office is weak in 244 years. We have not had a local prosecutor go.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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07:00 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The Trump Organization. Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office claimed that the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Weiss, Ahlberg, allegedly committed tax fraud and falsified business records as part of a scheme to pay the Trump organization's top officials off the books. The goal, prosecutors allege was to pay less taxes and they should have y Silberg and attorneys for the Trump Organization pleaded not guilty to the charges and charges are expected to be the first of a continuing investigation by New York City prosecutors are partnering with the New York State Attorney general's office. Hansi Lo Wang. NPR NEWS NEW YORK New Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan presided today over the first public meeting of her tenure at the agency. NPR's Shannon Bond reports. Con is already facing big challenges. In her first month in office, Lina Khan says Going forward, the FDC will hold regular open meetings as a democratic institutions. We have a vital responsibility to connect our work to the people we serve. At this meeting, commissioners voted to give themselves more power to crack down on unfair monopolies. Was a party line vote won by Khan and her fellow Democrats. Con is already in an intense spotlight since being named FTC chair last month. A federal judge has given the agency 30 days to rewrite a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. After ruling the government failed to make its case, and Amazon is calling on Khan to recuse herself from matters involving the company. Because of her past criticism. Facebook and Amazon are among NPR's financial supporters. Shannon Bond. NPR NEWS Federal government is mobilizing Covid 19 surge response teams to help snuff out hotspots around the country. NPR's Rob Stein has that story. White HOUSE COVID 19 advisor Jeffries Science says the teams are at the ready to help state local health officials fighting new surges. Federal personnel will help boost testing track down people who might have been infected and provide treatments and vaccinations. CDC director Russia will it's he says, there's been a worrying 10% increase in the seven day average number of cases being reported in the United States and the highly contagious Delta variant now accounts for at least a quarter of all new infections nationwide. Rob Stein. NPR News number of Americans filing first time jobless claims fell again last week, dropping to the lowest level since the pandemic struck last year. The decline just the latest evidence, the job market and the broader economy are rebounding rapidly from the coronavirus recession. First time claims for unemployment benefits dropped by 51,000 last week to 364,000. Federal government releases its monthly snapshot of the nation's hiring tomorrow on Wall Street. The Dow was up 131 points today. You're listening to NPR. From W. ABC News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Barris. Our time now, 604. Ahead of Atlanta Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the delta vary into the coronavirus will likely be the most common strain in the US in the coming weeks. Same Whitehead reports, Dr Rochelle Walensky called the rapidly spreading variant hyper transmissible. Dr Walensky says the delta variant, first identified in India is the second most common strain in the country, but will likely account for a majority of infections in the coming weeks. In some places, she says, its effects are already being seen. There are communities that are vulnerable and where we are now seeing surges in cases and, indeed also hospitalizations due to what could be this friend of the delta variant and low vaccination rates in these communities, Wolinski says. Some 1000 counties in the U. S have vaccinate Coverage of less than 30%. Nationwide. The rolling average of new coronavirus infections has been rising in recent days. Sam Whitehead W ABC News Cruz sign apart and overturned cargo ship along Georgia's coast say their efforts to dismantle the ship led to a large oil spill this morning. Coast Guard Petty Officer Michael Hymes says it happened while separating a chunk of the golden ray wreckage. Time says there has been an environmental protection barrier around the ship because of such potential risks. But he says some oil has escaped the barrier and is washing up along the shoreline and affecting Marsh grass could be Bunker fuel to be lubricant oil. The cars themselves, Uh, their fuel tanks contained a minimal amount of gasoline. But of course, you know the transmissions and any motor oil could also be inside. Time says All of that oil is mostly floating on top of the surface, making it easier for salvage crews to corral and correct it, collect it. Rather, the ship capsized in September of 2019 off ST Simon's Island. It had more than 4000 vehicles on board when it overturned. More local news is a w A b c dot org Support for w AB comes from Bob's red mill, making thin and crispy crackers from simple gluten free ingredients like oats, kin, wah, almonds and flax seed available. It sprouts, farmers market stores and online at Bob's red mill dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. President Biden was in Surfside, Florida today, where he met with rescue workers and the families of those who died or remain missing. After last week's building collapse. He spent more than three hours with the families and spoke about it afterwards they had Basic heart wrenching questions. Will I be able to recover the body of my son or daughter? My husband? My cousin, My mom and dad. How can I have closure without being able to bury them? If I don't get the body? What do I do at this? 0.18 people are dead and nearly 150 are missing. But the massive search and rescue operation was suspended earlier today after indications that the remaining damaged structure was becoming unstable. NPR's Greg Allen is in Miami and joins us now. Hi, Greg. Little also. So let's start with President Biden's visit because there's always some concern right that presidential visits can be distracting during incredibly difficult times. Do you have a sense of why Biden felt it was so important to be there in person today? Well, the president said he wanted to thank search and rescue teams and offer comfort to the families. He took extra time today with the families and talked about it because he said he wanted to speak to everyone who wanted to talk to him. The president knows about loss from his own personal experiences. Of course. He lost his first wife and daughter in a car crash in his adult son to cancer, and he was clearly moved by the time he spent with the families today, he was asked if he thought that after a week of searching There still might be survivors out there that can be found, and he president talked about what he heard from the families. They took all of the families. To the site to see to see what it looked like up close. And they're all realist..

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"P news. I'm Ed Donahue, Donald Trump's company and its longtime finance chief, or charged with taking part in a tax fraud scheme. The A P S. My Gracie Reports to please in court were not guilty. The Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former President Donald Trump's company Thursday, charging the Trump Organization and its finance chief in what prosecutor carry done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme, according to prosecutors, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss Alberg allegedly Received more than $1.7 million in off the books compensation that included apartment rent, car payments and school tuition. Trump Organization Attorney Alan Few defies had a different take. I believe the Political forces. Driving today's events are just that the Trump Organization and CFL y Silberg pleaded not guilty. Former President Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation. I Mike Rossio president Biden says the government will pay 100% of the cost of search and rescue for the 1st 30 Days and Surfside, Florida. The search for the missing is on hold there from last week's collapse of a condo building. There are worries about the stability of the remaining structure. The president spoke to families of the missing. They're praying. Complaining that God that to be a miracle, let there be something happened for me. That's good. President. Biden also talked about coordination from Florida's Republican governor and senators. There's no disagreement, no bickering. Everybody's on the same team. It's what America is all about. A judge in Wisconsin ordered the release of a woman convicted of stabbing her classmate do plays the slender man character in 2014, saying she's no longer a threat to anyone. Los Angeles City Council passed an anti camping measure that will severely limit widespread homeless encampments that have become an eyesore across Los Angeles. Stocks finished higher today on Wall Street. This is a P news Cruz Zion National Park in nearby business owners in Utah are still cleaning up and assessing the damage from a massive flash flood that ripped through the popular Red Rock park, sending modern debris onto streets Look like a swimming pool. Yes, it was unbelievable. I'm telling you.

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Ed Donahue. These charges are gonna be vigorously contested. Lawyers for the Trump Organization are not pleased with today's charges in New York, the district attorney's office but a joint Prosecution here because they dislike Donald Trump. Politically. The charges involved former President Trump's company and an executive. Here's the A. P S. Micro Shia, The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, have pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York. Charges against the Trump Organization include conspiracy, grand larceny and tax fraud. C F O L and Y. Silberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the Trump organization with Sex crimes. The 73 year old Wiesel Berg has worked for the Trump Company for decades. Former President Donald Trump was not charged. It is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the Trump Organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office. I Mike Rossio in Surfside, Florida. What you're doing here is incredible. President Biden met with first responders and with family members of the missing from the collapse of a condo building last week because of structural issues. The search is on hold. The Supreme Court's conservative majority cut back on a landmark voting rights law upholding voting limits in Arizona that lower court had found discriminatory under the Federal Voting Rights Act, the A P S Mark Sherman reports. The limits are and who can collect ballots put in the mail for someone else and ballots that are cast in the wrong precinct. The court said that neither of those things is racially discriminatory under the Voting Rights Act, and a lower court had ruled that they were racially discriminatory. That they had disproportionately affected black, Hispanic and Native American voters. A new committee investigating the capital riot has a surprise member Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the Wyoming Republican says she's honored to serve on the committee. This is a P news Another state is offering big prizes to get a coronavirus shot My shot, am I. The Michigan shot to win around 62% of Michigan residents aged 16 and up have received at least one dose, ranking it near the middle among states Governor Gretchen Whitmer wants that percentage to go up. This is going to be a chance for Michiganders to get registered and to Be eligible for $5 million in cash prizes and college of scholarships. Anyone 12 to 17 can get the scholarships. Michigan is not the first state to do this. You know, some of you must be thinking. Didn't Ohio do this first? Well, yes, they did. But in typical Michigan fashion, we wanted to do it bigger and better than they can do it. In Ohio, Only Michigan residents who become fully vaccinated can buy for the $50,000 daily prizes. The scholarships, cover full tuition and mandatory fees at any state university. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I might grow CIA reporting, Donald Trump's company and its longtime finance chief, are charged with taking part in a text fraud scheme. The Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former President Donald Trump's company Thursday, charging the Trump Organization and its finance chief in what prosecutor Cary done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme. According to prosecutors, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss. Alberg allegedly received more than $1.7 million in off the books compensation that included apartment rent, car payments and school tuition. Trump Organization attorney Alan Future Face had a different take. I believe the political forces driving today's events or just that the Trump Organization and CFO Wisenberg pleaded not guilty. Former President Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation. I might grow CEO I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute in New York today, not guilty pleas from Donald Trump's company and a top executive. The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, have Pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York. Charges against the Trump Organization include conspiracy, grand larceny and tax fraud. CFO Alan Weiss. Hilberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the Trump Organization with tax crimes. The 73 year old Wiesel Berg has worked for the Trump Company for decades. Former President Donald Trump was not charged. It is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the Trump Organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office. I'm Mike Rossio Trump Organization attorney Alan Future False says they are going after former president that is a significant line to cross and quite frankly, knocks us as a lawyer, but as a citizen We're very concerned about that The former president was not charged. I'm Ed Donahue. It's.

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Trump Organization, CFO Indicted on Tax Fraud Charges

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Organization, CFO Indicted on Tax Fraud Charges

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Donald trump's company and its longtime finance chief are charged with taking part in a tax fraud scheme the Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former president Donald trump's company Thursday charging the trump organization and its finance chief it what prosecutor Kerry done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme according to prosecutors chief financial officer Alan Weissenberg allegedly received more than one point seven million dollars in off the books compensation that included apartment rent car payments and school tuition trump organization attorney Alan Futerfas had a different take I believe the political forces driving today's events are just that the trump organization and see a full Wiesel bird pleaded not guilty former president Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation hi Mike Crossey up

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Trump Org, CFO Plead Not Guilty to Tax Crime Charges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Org, CFO Plead Not Guilty to Tax Crime Charges

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the trump organization and that see a full pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges the trump organization and its chief financial officer have pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York charges against the trump organization include conspiracy grand larceny and tax fraud CFO Alan Weisberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the trump organization with tax crimes the seventy three year old Wiesel Burke has worked for the trump company for decades former president Donald Trump was not charged it is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the trump organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office hi Mike Rossio

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Will meet first with the local leaders like the mayor of Miami Dade County, Daniella Levine, Cava, Surf Sides Mayor Charles Burkett and Florida Governor Ron De Santis. The president will no doubt get a briefing and an update. As to where things stand here at the side of the Champlain condo tower. But the president will also meet with family members of victims and those missing and at some point there will be a public briefing. As of yesterday, the number of dead rose to 18, including two young Children days. Having a top executive at the Trump Organization turned himself in this morning in New York City, where foxes Tanya J. Powers live. Dave longtime Trump Organization chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Silberg faces charges along with the Trump Organization itself, which are expected to be made public later today. Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office are expected to announce the first criminal indictment in the two year investigation. And former President Trump's business practices. Now there's no indication the former president will be charged at this stage of the investigation, which is being pursued by the D A. As well as the New York State attorney General. Weisberg came under scrutiny for his son's use of a trump apartment at Little or no cost. Dave Trump Organization statement just out calls it politics, not justice, saying it's a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. He went to the border in Texas prisoners, murderers, human traffickers, all of these people, drug dealers are coming back. Into our country. He blames President Biden for ending Wall construction and undoing his policies The Democrats claim were cruel and left a mess to clean up Bill Cosby's waking up at home today after being set free his sexual assault conviction overturned by Pennsylvania's Supreme Court,.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Dave Anthony Fox News President, Biden added to Surfside, Florida Week after the condo tower collapse with 145 people still missing foxes. Evan Brown's already there live. Yeah, Dave. When the president does arrive here, he will meet first with the local leaders like the mayor of Miami Dade County. Daniella Levine, Compass, Surf Sides, Mayor Charles Burkett and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. The president will no doubt get a briefing and an update. As to where things stand here at the side of the Champlain condo tower. But the president will also meet with family members of victims and those missing and at some point there will be a public briefing. As of yesterday, the number of dead rose to 18. Including two young Children. Days have been a top executive at the Trump Organization turned himself in this morning in New York City, where foxes Tanya J. Powers live. Dave longtime Trump Organization chief financial officer, Alan Weiss. Silberg faces charges along with the Trump Organization itself, which are expected to be made public. Later today. Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office are expected to announce the first criminal indictment in the two year investigation into former President Trump's business practices. There's no indication the former president will be charged at this stage of the investigation, which is being pursued by the D A. As well as the New York State attorney General. Wisenberg came under scrutiny for his son's use of a trump apartment at Little or no cost. Dave Trump Organization statement just out calls it politics, not justice, saying it's a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. He went to the border in Texas prisoners, murderers, human traffickers, all of these people, drug dealers are coming back into our country. He blames President Biden for ending Wall construct. Action and undoing his policies. The Democrats claim more cruel and left domestic cleanup Bill Cosby's waking up at home today after being set free his sexual assault conviction overturned by Pennsylvania's Supreme.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I'm Dave Anthony Fox News President, Biden added to Surfside, Florida a week after the condo tower collapsed with 145 people still missing foxes. Evan Brown's already there live. Yeah, Dave. When the president does arrive here, he will meet first with the local leaders like the mayor of Miami Dade County. Daniella Levine, Compass, Surf Sides, Mayor Charles Burkett and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. The president will no doubt get a briefing and an update. As to where things stand here at the side of the Champlain condo tower. But the president will also meet with family members of victims and those missing and at some point there will be a public briefing. As of yesterday, the number of dead rose to 18, including two young Children. Days in a top executive at the Trump Organization turned himself in this morning in New York City, where foxes Tanya J. Powers live. Dave longtime Trump Organization chief financial officer, Alan Weiss Tilburg faces charges along with the Trump. We're going The station itself, which are expected to be made public later today. Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office are expected to announce the first criminal indictment in the two year investigation into former President Trump's business practices. There's no indication the former president will be charged at this stage of the investigation, which is being pursued by the D A, as well as the New York State attorney general. Weisberg came under scrutiny for his son's use of a trump apartment at Little or no cost. Dave Trump Organization statement just out calls it politics, not justice, saying it's a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. He went to the border in Texas prisoners, murderers, human traffickers, all of these people, drug dealers are coming back into our country. He blames President Biden.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Rise. Condo collapse have found two more bodies of a four year old and a 10 year old, making the total number of known dead 18 145 people are still missing. The weather has continued. Unfortunately, inclement are causing definitely some challenges, but they have continued. They have persisted. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine cava earlier today, Cruz built a ramp that they say will allow for the use of heavier equipment that the fire marshal says will speed up the removal of concrete and could lead to incredibly good news events. The New York State attorney general's office in Manhattan District Attorney's office have reportedly obtained indictments against the Trump Organization and its CEO, A CFO Alan Weiss, Ahlberg. The charge is expected to be made public tomorrow afternoon. Trump has not been indicted and says he has done nothing wrong, and he says the indictment are politically motivated. He took part in the town Hall tonight on Fox's Hannity, with Texas Governor Greg Abbott talking about the migrant surge at the border. We have a border that's very bad right now and very dangerous for our country. Yeah. Trump said. If he was president now he would have completed the border wall. President Biden halted construction when he took office, Bill Cosby maintaining his innocence and thanking his fans in a tweet. After the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court overturned his 2018 sexual assault conviction ruling, Cosby should not have faced the charges due to a deal made with a former prosecutor in a civil case against him. The system only works if it's fair to all sides..

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"New this morning, the House will vote on and likely passed legislation to set up a select committee to investigate the January 6th the insurrection at the Capitol this after Senate Republicans blocked an independent outside probe in May. 13 member committee will have subpoena power no fixed end date and could issue interim reports along the way. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would appoint eight of the members of the other five would be chosen after consultation with House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy. However, Pelosi's office says she is considering including a Republican among Her eight appointments that would be most likely Republican who voted for the bipartisan committee that Senate Republicans had blocked. Lawyers for the Trump Organization met again Monday with prosecutors in the Manhattan district attorney's office in a last ditch bid to forestall a potential indictments stemming from a long running investigation into the former president's company. Trump Organization attorney Ron Fischetti told The Associated Press. The meeting came as a grand jury nears a potential vote on a case involving fringe benefits the company paid to employees like the use of cars and apartments. He said Prosecutors have told him Trump himself will not be charged at this time. But the investigation is ongoing. Trump and his company have denied any wrongdoing. Electronic cigarette giant jewel will fork over $40 million to North Carolina and take more action to prevent underage use and sales. North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein announcing the landmark legal settlement on Monday, years after accusations and the company, a fueling an independent explosion. Fueling an explosion. I should say not independent in teen Vaping. Cigarette.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on AP News

"Amazon is buying MGM, the movie and TV studio behind James Bond, legally Blonde and Shark Tank. Amazon is paying almost $8.5 billion for MGM President Trump says it's another witch hunt. A grand jury will convene to consider evidence in a criminal investigation into his business dealings. Here's our Julie Walker. The new grand jury is the latest sign of increasing momentum in the criminal investigation into the Republican ex president and his company. The state's attorney general, said last week that she assigned to lawyers to work with the Manhattan district attorney's office on the probe. After her civil investigation into Trump evolved into a Criminal matter, Trump says This is purely political and driven by highly partisan Democrat prosecutors. The Tokyo Olympics. They're set to open in July but now a leading newspaper in Japan says the game should be canceled as hard hit. Japan battles the surging coronavirus. I'm Rita Foley. Amazon is buying MGM Studios in an $8.45 billion deal. Amazon, which owns Prime video already has its own studio with shows like the marvelous Mrs Mazel. But adding MGM means access to thousands of films like the James Bond franchise, along with TV shows and the opportunity to develop more from intellectual property. Amazon will also get cable channel epics, which MGM owns. The deal still needs the customary approval from regulators. It's the latest media industry deal that's aimed at boosting streaming services to compete against Netflix and Disney, plus a TNT and Discovery announced earlier in the month. They were combining The next month's summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin on President Joe Biden in Geneva. Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov warns against anticipating a research after the June 16 summit, emphasizing the differences between Moscow and Washington run too deep. Escort ads. It's hard to expect that it would be possible to reach understanding on disagreements during just one meeting. Rushes ties with the U. S and its allies have sunk to post Cold War lows over Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea. Its support for separatists. Rebels in eastern Ukraine must goes interference with election on various hacking attacks. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute It's a big deal. Amazon is buying MGM, the movie and TV studio behind James Bond, legally Blonde and Shark Tank. Amazon is paying almost $8.5 billion for MGM President Trump says it's another witch hunt. A grand jury will convene to consider evidence in a criminal investigation into his business dealings. Here's our Julie Walker. The new grand jury is the latest sign of increasing momentum in the criminal investigation into the Republican ex president and his company. The state's attorney general, said last week that she assigned to lawyers to work with the Manhattan district attorney's office on the probe. After her civil investigation into Trump evolved into a Criminal matter, Trump says This is purely political and driven by highly partisan Democrat prosecutors. The Tokyo Olympics. They're set to open in July but now a leading newspaper in Japan says the game should be canceled. As hard hit Japan battles the surging coronavirus. I'm Rita Foley..

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Records. Floyd President Biden, meaning with Floyd's family at the White House, including Floyd's daughter, Juliana, are armed robbery. Video. Three hard on one. My A new development, a criminal investigation into former President Trump and his family business sources told ABC News. The Manhattan district attorney's office has convened a special grand jury that could decide whether to return an indictment against former President Trump his company or his employees. Prosecutors have been using grand Juries to issue subpoenas and gather evidence. But a special grand jury sits for a longer period of time, and it suggests the D A's office may have found something during its nearly two year investigation. That could warrant criminal charges. The former president has denied wrongdoing. The D A has been investigating the way he valued assets to obtain loans and tax benefits. Aaron Qatar SKI ABC News New York murder charges for in Idaho woman whose two Children were found dead last year, and her new husband. Ah, grand jury also indicted Laurie Val. Oh, Day Belle and Chad Day Bell on conspiracy and grand theft charges. You're listening to ABC News, leaving a child in a hot vehicle can lead to their death very quickly. Last year, 24 Children died of pediatric vehicular heatstroke set reminders on your cell phone or placed something you'll need in the back seat. Look for your baby before you lock paid for by Nitsa want to seal it and forget about it. Talk to the folks that ever seal they've taken technology has been run.

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"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district attorney office" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Because so much of what donald trump said and did on the campaign trail was to say. These things will happen if joe biden becomes president of the united states. And guess what they're all happening. They're all happening. Donald trump if he were to run in two thousand twenty four could run on a see. I told you so campaign. I don't think leaving. Donald trump in the forefront of people's minds right now does much good because one voters realized. He's not president and to They see the woke. They see the riots. They see joe biden they see and fuel the crimewave and the inflation and donald trump's not there. This is all under joe biden. The media's desperate to help joe biden through this. I think it actually hurts. Joe biden concurrent to this major headlines today. Let me read you. The wall street journal report. The new york attorney. General's office investigation of former president. Donald trump's business now has a criminal component. A spokesman said tuesday night joining the manhattan district attorney's office probe and expanding a months long inquiry that until now had been focused on civil fraud. We have informed the trump organization that our investigation into the organization is no longer purely civil in nature said fabian. Levy a spokesman for the attorney. General's office we are now actively investigating the trump organization in a criminal capacity along with the manhattan. Da the manhattan district attorney's office is conducting an investigation into possible bank fraud and other potential crimes separately top local prosecutor in the atlanta areas. Probably whether mr trump improperly tried influence election officials last year the trump organization did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the investigation which was reported earlier by cnn. Now question Is this actually true. You have a spokesman coming out and saying so so possibly it is But saying there's a criminal probe if you're a prosecutor looking into this sort of stuff of course there's going to be a criminal element to it. This really is it. News per se but the media courses gravitating towards it. I do however think there's something else going on here. The democrats have internalized orangemen bad. The democrats fundamentally believe that donald trump is the villain. They really believe like Jay rosen the well respected new york university journalism professor really actually admitted he believes that. The united states is on the verge of turning into a white christian nationalist nation on authoritarian. One the democrats. It's about poop crazy but the democrats have internalized that they of listen. The same people who are scarred by virus can't take their mask off are of course emotionally and mentally scarred by the events of january sixth and they have internalized at the worst possible scenario They have no reason to one. A like or understand donald trump's voters. They think they're all racist that they have internalized that. It's a bunch of white people in white people are bad therefore donald trump supporters. They're all bad they're all races. We don't need to know them. We need to destroy them. And i think they overplayed their hand on this. I do think it generates backlash i do..

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New York Attorney General Opens Criminal Probe Into Trump Organization

First Light

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

New York Attorney General Opens Criminal Probe Into Trump Organization

"New York Attorney General Letitia James is joining the Manhattan district attorney's office in a criminal investigation of the Trump Organization. The attorney general's office has been conducting a civil probe of the Trump Organization since 2019. And now says there is a criminal component. The ages offices working with Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance's office, which has been conducting a wide sweeping probe into whether the Trump organization misled lenders and assurance companies about the value of properties and whether it paid the appropriate taxes. Former president. Trump has previously called the investigation politically motivated. President Biden

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NY Attorney General Says Trump Org Probe Is Now Criminal

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

NY Attorney General Says Trump Org Probe Is Now Criminal

"I might cross your reporting the New York Attorney General says it's trump organization probe is now criminal the office of the New York Attorney General is now conducting a criminal investigation into former president Donald trump's business empire a spokesman for Attorney General T. should James said in the statement we have informed the trump organization that our investigation into the company is no longer purely civil in nature investigators for the New York Attorney General have been working with the Manhattan district attorney's office which has been conducting a criminal investigation into trump and the trump organization for two years the attorney general's office did not say what prompted the change in its investigation hi Mike Rossio

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New York prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

Pacifica Evening News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

New York prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

"Donald Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, was interviewed today for an eighth time by New York prosecutors investigating the former president's finances. Cohen met with investigators at the Manhattan district attorney's office amid a swirl of new activity and the criminal inquiry, including fresh subpoenas and face to face meetings with key witnesses. Investigation includes an examination of whether Trump or his businesses lied about the value of assets to gain favorable loan terms and tax benefits. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr also is scrutinizing hush money payments paid two women on Trump's behalf.

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Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

"President Trump's tax records are reportedly in the hands of New York state prosecutors now multiple reports saying that Trump's accounting firm Has provided several years of records to the Manhattan district attorney's office to prep the former president trying to keep those records private. For years, the U. S Supreme Court rejected the former president's last ditch appeal to keep those records under wraps.

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Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

"President Trump's tax records now are in the hands of New York State prosecutors. Multiple reports say. Trump's accounting firm has handed over several years of records to the Manhattan district attorney's office. Trump to try to keep those records private. For years, the U. S Supreme Court rejected the ex presidents last ditch appeal to keep the records under wraps.

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Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in New York Finally Gets Donald Trump’s Tax Returns

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in New York Finally Gets Donald Trump’s Tax Returns

"Line from NPR News. I'm Korver Coleman. The Manhattan district attorney's office says it now has copies of some of former President Donald Trump's tax returns. Trump had fought the case up to the Supreme Court, twice trying to keep them private. But this week, the high court rejected his appeal. Manhattan prosecutor wants to give the records to a grand jury to check for potential criminal conduct by Trump's organization. One question is whether hush

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Manhattan prosecutor obtains Trump tax records after protracted battle

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan prosecutor obtains Trump tax records after protracted battle

"Of New York State prosecutors. Multiple reports say that Trump's accounting firm has provided several years of records to the Manhattan district attorney's office. This comes after the U. S. Supreme Court rejected the ex president's attempt to keep those records. Under wraps. Investigators say the car crashed left Tiger would

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Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

"Are reportedly in the hands of New York state prosecutors. Multiple reports indicate that Trump's accounting firm has turned over several years of records to the man had at Manhattan District Attorney's office. This comes after the U. S. Supreme Court rejected Trump's attempt to keep the records under wraps. There is evidence of a new covert variant spreading

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Supreme Court rejects Trump attempt to shield taxes from New York City District Attorney's Office

John Landecker

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court rejects Trump attempt to shield taxes from New York City District Attorney's Office

"Today rejected former President Donald Trump's effort to keep his private financial records out of the Manhattan district attorney's office, Michael Grant says professor of tax Law at Columbia Law School I don't think these air unnecessarily limited to tax crimes. They're also maybe insurance fraud issues or bank fraud issues or wire fraud issues that have to do our mail fraud issues that have to do with over evaluations of property. Speaking in an ape INTERVIEW. The D A's office says the documents are necessary for a grand jury investigation into whether the former president's Cos violated state law. The script's

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What Trump's Tax Returns Might Tell Us

The KFBK Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

What Trump's Tax Returns Might Tell Us

"Supreme Court says no to former President Trump's last attempt at keeping his tax records private without comment. Justice Bryer rejected former President Trump's attempt to block a grand jury subpoena for eight years of personal and business tax returns. The Manhattan district attorney's office will take possession of the records as it investigates possible bank in tax fraud and whether the Trump organization fudged the true value of its properties. There's also a question about hush payments to women who alleged long denied affairs with Trump. The Supreme Court rejected the former president's claim The subpoena was overbroad and issued in bad faith. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New

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New York PD Identifies Woman Who Falsely Accused Black Teen Of Stealing Her Phone

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

New York PD Identifies Woman Who Falsely Accused Black Teen Of Stealing Her Phone

"The White woman wanted for questioning after she falsely accused a black teen of taking her phone Officials say they planned upgrade Those charges against her. ABC is Adrian Banker has more. We say the woman attempted to take the 14 year olds phone, grabbing his leg and tried to tackle him. Get out now with your phone number. I cannot put my phone get your ass on. The Manhattan district Attorney's office says it is thoroughly investigating this incident. A critical care nurse and northern

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Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel

Mark Simone

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel

"The Manhattan district attorney's office is looking into a case where a black teenager was wrongly accused of stealing a phone from a white woman. Inside the lower Manhattan hotel. Civil rights lawyers want charges brought against the woman seen on video in a confrontation with jazz musician Kenyan Harold in his 14 year old son woman falsely accused the young boy the Arlo Hotel over the weekend. He has not been identified. Mayor de Blasio tweeting It's racism, Plain and Simple

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

"The legal battle over President Trump's tax returns grinds on in court After hearing arguments from President Trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office, a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of Trump's tax returns. Whatever the three judge panel decides the case is likely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved. Before the November election trumps lawyers appealed to the second U. S Circuit Court of Appeals after a district Or judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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