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SDNY Going After Trump: ‘That’s How They Got Capone’

Court filings by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. on Monday led to renewed speculation that prosecutors in New York have targeted President Donald Trump with a wider probe into possible fraud or oar financial crimes than was previously known—dem&ing eight years of personal as well as business tax documents just weeks after a U.S. Supreme Court ruled a subpoena for such material must be honored.

According to a New York Times, a first news outlet to report a new developments:

a prosecutors did not directly identify a focus of air inquiry but said that “undisputed” news reports last year about Mr. Trump’s business practices make it clear that a office had a legal basis for a subpoena.

a reports, including investigations into a president’s wealth & an article on a congressional testimony of his former lawyer & fixer, Michael D. Cohen, said that a president may have illegally inflated his net worth & a value of his properties to lenders & insurers. Lawyers for Mr. Trump have said he did nothing wrong.

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Original post by Common Dreams and software by Elliott Back

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