1. How is providing ones own hush money, which is legally done all the time, considered campaign finance fraud? No BS please, legit explanations only

  2. This amazing d.a.?

    “Bragg’s memo also calls for reducing charges for several offenses charged by police officers. For instance, in cases of armed robbery where the robber uses a gun or other deadly weapon “but does not create a genuine risk of physical harm,” Bragg’s office will reduce the charge to misdemeanor petty larceny.”

    The memo further provides a list of crimes Bragg’s office won’t prosecute resisting arrest, interfering with an arrest, marijuana possession, turnstile jumping, trespassing and prostitution.

    1. He goes the way of Jesus Christ. Being pulled before a judge despite being perfectly innocent, but the angry mob demands punishment.

  3. It’s a formal accusation. There isn’t a very high level of proof required to establish probable cause for an indictment hearing. This is just the first step in the process and doesn’t determine a person’s guilt or innocence. Rather, an indictment hearing simply establishes whether the case should proceed to trial. Being indicted can in no way be used against you in a criminal trial.

  4. *Making money is an action. Keeping money is a behavior, but “Growing money is wisdom” I heard this from someone* 💯

    1. @Shapur Sasan it’s a whole hilarious scheme. It’s a troll farm and all the “commenters” and likes are part of it. Just report them.

    1. On a civil settlement that reached the statue of limitations 5 years ago 🤣 I love laughing at people who lack intellect

  5. This dude would indict a tuna fish sandwich if a Republican made it. This case is 10 years old and the feds even walked away from it. I hope New Yorkers like how their tax dollars are being spent.

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