NY AG Letitia James’ Case Against Trump Gets Wrecked by Deutsche Bank Testimony

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  1. Steve N

    Steve N Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    With this testimony along with that judge assessing a value of Mar a Lago of $18 million, if Trump loses this case he will win on appeal. But winning this case was not what democrats really wanted, they wanted to be able to say bad things about Trump heading up to the election.

    How did the AG miss this during pretrial depositions? She probably didn't care as long as it brought Trump to court and got her name in the news.




     
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    We told everyone as soon as this case was announced that it was complete garbage, for this very reason. This corrupt prosecutor is working with the Dems that are trying to rig the 2024 election through indictments and convictions. Remember this corrupt Judge and his sideclerk tried to kill the entire Trump organization over his claim that Mir-a-lago was only worth 18M when just a single tennis court on that property is worth that.

    It was always just a lying attack on Americans right to freely select their representatives, because a bunch of Dems have their noses out of joint that Americans are rejecting them.
     
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    They are trying to protect systemic corruption, but they are only further discrediting a broken justice system and expanding DJT's base of political support.
    Very slow learners.

    “We like to believe that decisions made in U.S. courts are determined by the wisdom of the Constitution, and guided by fair-minded judges and juries of our peers.

    Unfortunately, this is often wishful thinking. Unsettling research into the psychology of courtroom decisions has shown that our personal backgrounds, unconscious biases about race, gender and appearance, and even the time of day play a more important role in outcomes than the actual law.Adam Benforado, a professor of law at Drexel University, describes these unsettling problems with the justice system in the recently published book “Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice.” The book uses psychology and neuroscience to examine and expose the illogical and unfair ways that judges, jurors, attorneys and others in the legal system make decisions about who is sent to prison, and who walks free.
    Benforado’s research shows that mistakes in the criminal justice system are more common than we like to think, and that our personal biases play a disturbingly strong role. He also argues that there are clear and easy steps that we could follow to limit these injustices, if we care to take them.”
    MGH, HARVARD.EDU, The U.S. Court System is Criminally Unjust, By Ana Swanson | The Washington Post | July 20, 2015.
    https://clbb.mgh.harvard.edu/the-u-s-court-system-is-criminally-unjust/
     
  4. Steve N

    Steve N Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    This is how bad they wanted Trump and his supporters. Remind me again, who are the fascist dictators?

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    The process is the punishment. They don't have to win, they just have to drag this out as long as possible in order to cost Trump both time during an election and money.
     

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