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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2021 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

if you watch the video there is a recap of several of his pending lawsuits.

I believe that when there are multiple people noting NDAs ie in sexual issues that the person should lose his right to NDA protection on all matters. .

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-sits-for-deposition-in-lawsuit-brought-by-demonstrators-alleging-assault/ar-AAPGblD


Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault


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U.S. Senate set to hold test vote Wednesday on election reforms
Gaetz ally Joel Greenberg is giving investigators new information, prosecutors say

Former President Donald Trump sat for a deposition Monday at Trump Tower in New York City that lasted "several hours," said an attorney for the plaintiffs suing him over an alleged assault.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2021 8:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

over ten cases in the court in civil matters, grab um by the pussy to more trump u type.

https://www.msnbc.com/craig-melvin/watch/fbi-agents-search-washington-d-c-home-of-russian-billionaire-oleg-deripaska-123952197775?cid=eml_mra_20211019&user_email=e73377d3e40790eecbf6a99203e1476ea2a23c644c2045abd739b8f9e629a73b


Trump, without the presidency to hide behind, faces litany of lawsuits


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Rachel Maddow reports on Donald Trump sitting for an hours-long deposition for a legal case in which he is being sued, the first of many lawsuits he now faces after using the presidency as an excuse to postpone several of them. .

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2021 1:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here appears to be another potential tax fraud

https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/another-criminal-investigation-reportedly-looking-at-trump-golf-course-tax-scheme-124215365970?cid=eml_mra_20211021&user_email=e73377d3e40790eecbf6a99203e1476ea2a23c644c2045abd739b8f9e629a73b


Another criminal investigation reportedly looking at Trump golf course tax scheme


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Rachel Maddow explains new reporting that the town of Ossining, N.Y. has received a subpoena in an investigation of Donald Trump's Westchester County golf course which paperwork appears to show has some inconsistent value assessments that may have raised suspicions of tax fraud.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2021 5:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

we can only hope that somewhere in the world Trump has to disclose his assets as it does not seem like he made money anywhere.
again why is he hiding everything... well because he is a criminal with funding from russians.

again he investigated Hillary to no end even Bidens kids to no end without one single grand jury indictment. He even has his special prosecutor for the russian investigation who has not found one grand jury to indict one single democrat.

https://news.yahoo.com/scottish-judge-could-expose-donald-092138060.html


A Scottish Judge Could Expose Donald Trump’s Shady Golf Finances


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A judge in Scotland will hold a two-day hearing this week that could end up forcing former President Donald Trump to go through something he dreads and has successfully avoided for years back home: a financial colonoscopy.

Lord Sandison, the judge overseeing the case, will decide whether the Scottish government can use a new anti-money laundering tool to investigate how Trump suddenly came up with $60 million in cash to buy and establish the Trump Turnberry golf resort in 2014.

The purchase aroused suspicion because the all-cash deal was part of a multi-million dollar spending spree on three golf courses in the British Isles—at a time when his 10 percent stake in the casino business bearing his name, Trump Entertainment Resorts, was in peril as the company was filing for bankruptcy.

Trump Org Prosecutors Find New Evidence—in a Basement

“Do we continue to ignore the towering cloud of suspicion over Trump Turnberry?” said Nick Flynn, legal director of a watchdog group that’s pressuring the Scottish government to act.

It’s a potential move that the Trump operations there stand strongly against.

"This is political game-playing at its worst and a terrible waste of taxpayers’ money which further damages Scotland’s reputation as a serious country to invest in and do business,” Sarah Malone, executive vice president of Trump International Scotland, said in a statement to The Daily Beast. “We have developed and operate two globally acclaimed, multi-award winning, visitor destinations in Scotland and make a significant contribution to the Scottish leisure and tourism economy. This latest attempt to undermine that investment is an utter disgrace.”

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The Turnberry golf course and hotel are found on a remote coastal stretch in the southwest reaches of Scotland, where the wind-swept green hills overlook the frigid waters of the Firth of Clyde. It also appears to be a bottomless money pit.

Golf Recreation Scotland Limited, which runs the operation, has suffered millions of dollars in losses every single year in operation since Trump acquired the property, according to its publicly available corporate statements filed in the United Kingdom.

In fact, the golf course has posted “financial year” losses totaling £46 million from 2014 until 2019—$63 million in today’s U.S. dollars—roughly the same Trump paid for it in the first place.

Prosecutors Pit Trump Org Dynasties Against Each Other

As the Scottish legislator Colin Smyth put it during a parliament meeting earlier this year: “He has been an absentee owner of Trump Turnberry since he bought it, and with the financial losses being made year-on-year, the Trump Organization has been as successful at running the resort as the founder was at being President.”

Still, Trump operations there previously claimed to have spent more than $150 million in renovations, sparking even more questions about why the family continues to pour so much money into a business venture that has yet to pan out.

As The New Yorker and Mother Jones have pointed out in the past, Trump’s sudden foray into Scotland—during which he allegedly shelled out hundreds of millions of dollars—makes little sense.

Trump is a real estate tycoon who’s called himself the “king of debt” for a reason: It’s always safer to play with someone else’s money. He’s famous for being able to secure financing, particularly from Deutsche Bank, when he’s in a rut and no one else will trust him. And yet, when it came to build these golf courses in Scotland, the story was that Trump came up with hundreds of millions of dollars.

Judge Forces Top Trump Org Lieutenants to Turn Over Key Documents

As observers have noted, the timing of these deals makes little sense. Just as Trump was defaulting on a $640 million loan from Deutsche Bank that he had only half paid off—and suing the bank claiming an inability to pay—he was also telling The Scotsman newspaper that he had more than $1 billion in cash sitting in the bank.

The purchase of the first golf course—now the Trump International Golf Links Scotland—generated some questions. But it was when Trump suddenly came up with a reported $60 million in cash to buy Turnberry in 2014 that alarm bells really started going off.

It’s that financial mystery that drove the Avaaz Foundation, a U.S. watchdog group, to issue a 2019 report, called “Donald Trump’s $60 million Scottish Question,” urging the government there to formally investigate. What’s changed in the five years that’s passed is that Scotland now has the tools to do just that.

A New Sgian-Dubh

For years, the European Union has been developing tools to counteract modern money laundering tactics, giving bureaucrats the ability to pierce corporate veils and dig into financials.

In 2015, it passed the “fourth money laundering directive,” allowing governments to employ something called an “unexplained wealth order” to force rich, politically connected people to explain how they paid for a suspiciously acquired asset. It’s a civil mechanism, not a criminal one. But the threat is real: Refuse to answer, and the government could seize your property.

The U.K. adopted the practice in 2017, and has only started to utilize it—setting off court battles. The first major case there is an ongoing probe into the riches obtained by the wife of a Azerbaijani banker jailed back home for embezzling millions from a state financial institution. The British government is forcing her to explain how she bought a golf course, spent $16.5 million on a London home, and splurged another $22 million at the luxury department store Harrods.

Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg Resigns From Trump’s Scotland Golf Course

But Scottish government officials—despite their overwhelming distaste for Trump and his authoritarianism—have yet to use this investigative power, and Avaaz is trying to force their hand.

Scotland’s leader, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, has held firm that politicians don’t have the power to issue unexplained wealth orders. Instead, she’s left that job to law enforcement officials like the country’s top prosecutor, Lord Advocate Dorothy Bain.

But at a parliament meeting in February this year, Scottish Parliament member Patrick Harvie, the leading political voice on this effort, called on Sturgeon’s government of ministers to use this authority. He called it “a necessary and relatively modest step towards accountability.”

But Sturgeon’s government still resisted, so Avaaz has taken the matter to the Scottish judiciary, hoping to put the ball squarely in the ministers’ court.

In May, the group filed a petition asking whether the government acted unlawfully when it failed to make a formal application to use an unexplained wealth order.

“There’s a new tool, and it’s your job to use it. The power lies with Scottish ministers,” Avaaz legal director Nick Flynn told The Daily Beast last week. “Nicola Sturgeon has said it’s nothing to do with her, but it’s everything to do with her and her ministers. They can’t abdicate responsibility for it."

Sturgeon’s government did not respond to a request for comment for this story.

The judge, Craig Sandison, issued an opinion in August opening the matter to judicial review. And starting on Tuesday, he’ll hear barristers from the government and Avaaz battling over how exactly Scotland should go about deploying this anti-money laundering tool—particularly with the Trump Organization in the crosshairs.

Explosive Interview Directly Implicates Trump in Tax Scheme

The judge will determine whether Scottish ministers acted unlawfully when they chose to not apply for an unexplained wealth order against Trump. And if he decides that this power does indeed belong to ministers, Sturgeon’s government would be under pressure to actually utilize it.

Lord Sandison could end up ruling by year’s end. And if he decides that it’s up to government ministers, Trump could be forced to turn over financial paperwork. In that scenario, the list of ministers conducting such a financial investigation might include Harvie—the vocal Scottish Parliament member who once led the charge on calls for this financial investigation. He was appointed a minister in Sturgeon’s government in August.

An unexplained wealth order could have far-reaching implications back in the United States. Any documents turned over to the Scottish government could make their way to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. and New York Attorney General Letitia James, who are running a joint investigation into alleged tax dodging and other financial crimes at the Trump Organization.

“The urgency over the need to act has been increasing. The attempt to steal the U.S. election and the riot at the capitol have shown the danger of failing to hold Donald Trump to account,” Flynn said.

—Jamie Ross contributed reporting


https://news.yahoo.com/never-seen-trump-deposition-expected-204400139.html


A never-before-seen Trump deposition is expected to be shown in May, when a lawsuit alleging his security guards beat protesters goes to trial


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A judge has set a May trial date for a lawsuit that's expected to include a video deposition of former President Donald Trump taken earlier this month.

The trial is for a civil lawsuit brought by a group of protesters who allege that Trump's security team assaulted them at a 2015 rally outside Trump Tower in New York. The case stalled during Trump's presidency but has moved forward since he left office.

"We're pleased to have a trial date and look forward to presenting this case to a jury at that time," Benjamin Dictor, an attorney representing the protesters, told Insider.

New York Supreme Court Justice Doris Gonzalez, who's overseeing the case, ordered jury selection to begin on May 2. The trial itself will begin after jury selection is complete.

Gonzalez green-lighted a deposition of Trump earlier this month to be used as evidence in the case. Attorneys for the protesters deposed the former president for more than four hours in Trump Tower on October 18.

The protesters sued Trump, his campaign, the Trump Organization, and members of Trump's security team in the lawsuit, which was brought in September 2015.

Their attorneys subpoenaed Trump in the case, saying in court filings that the guards attacked their clients as part of their official duties. They cited Trump's comments at rallies in which he told attendees to be violent toward people who disrupted his events.

Trump declined to answer only "a handful" of questions in the deposition, according to Dictor, who is also an attorney for the NewsGuild of New York, which represents Insider Union members. Gonzalez hasn't ruled on whether Trump should be compelled to answer those questions or how much of the deposition will be shown to jurors.

In a statement following the deposition, Trump called it "baseless harassment" but said he was "pleased to have the opportunity to tell my side of this ridiculous story."

Numerous civil lawsuits have moved ahead against Trump now that he's no longer president.

Another New York state judge has ordered Trump to sit for a deposition in the coming months in a defamation lawsuit the former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos brought against him after he publicly denied her sexual-assault allegations and called his accusers liars.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2021 11:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

trump lists a property in NY for over 500 million but then submits to NY for tax purposes it is worth under 20 million. If that is not criminal intent will then your an idiot, ie you went to trump university.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7B7AeEmsEo

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