Lawsuit after lawsuit is rolling towards Donald Trump after the end of his presidency. Some could end up in prison.
- Donald Trump must after his tenure in White house with many complain calculate.
- The allegations against the former President of the USA are different. It is about tax evasion, insurance fraud and attempted rape.
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Update from Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 11:20 a.m .: The complaints that Donald Trump faced after his presidency are serious and could ultimately result in jail time. Legal expert Jay Michaelson suspects this in an analysis for the US portal “Daily Beast”.
Numerous allegations are made against Donald Trump
Donald Trump According to Michaelson, I was guilty of both insurance fraud and bank fraud. These are serious allegations that can hardly be dealt with with a fine. “Is he going to have to go to prison forever, for the rest of his life? Probably not, “said the legal expert in the podcast of the US news site.
However, the charges against Trump could very well become temporary Prison sentence to lead. “I would say that it is actually quite likely,” said Michaelson. For one, the prosecutors are hardly interested in a settlement that would prevent a prison sentence. On the other hand, could Donald Trump the corresponding sum that would have to be paid in the course of a settlement, probably not even afford.
Donald Trump must probably testify under oath
Update from Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021, 5.13pm: Former US President Donald Trump may need to be up soon Rape allegations express against him – under oath. This is reported by the Reuters news agency. E. Jean Carroll, a writer and journalist, accuses Trump of raping her.
Carroll had written in a book excerpt published in 2019, Donald Trump sexually abused her in a New York department store in the mid-1990s. The former incumbent later denied the allegation: in an interview in the Oval Office, he said firstly, Carroll was not his type and secondly, that never happened.
Rape allegation: Donald Trump is no longer protected by the presidency
The author then sued because he portrayed her as a liar and thus slandered her. Among other things, she requested a DNA sample from Donald Trumpto match this with the traces of a dress she wore that day.
In a surprising legal maneuver, the US Department of Justice sided with the Republican and argued, Donald Trump made his remarks on Carroll’s allegations as part of his work as US President. Therefore, under a law on the accountability of government employees, the United States would have to step in as the defendant for Trump as a private person.
Gives Donald Trump but is no longer head of state, the office can no longer protect him from lawsuits. “The only obstacle to the continuation of the civil trials was that he was the president,” former prosecutor Jennifer Rodgers told Reuters. Carrol’s attorney said, “I think there will be a feeling among the judges that it is time to move forward on these cases.”
Donald Trump fears lawsuit for the “rest of his life”
First report from Friday, February 19th, 2021: Washington DC – His presidency was dominated by lies, intrigues and scandals: Now fear Donald Trump evidently from the consequences. A long life full of complain could approach the former US ruler.
Signs that Donald Trump on permanent Processes need to prepare, there are numerous. The ex-president is under criminal investigation in the state of Georgia, the investigation into his business empire is being expanded in New York, billion-dollar defamation lawsuits have been brought against close friends – and many proceedings are still pending due to the storming of the Capitol in Washington.
Donald Trump fears the consequences of his scandals
Gives Donald Trump has lost his immunity after leaving the White House, the worry lines for him and those around him grow. As the US news site “Daily Beast” reported in relation to an anonymous insider, he is said to have expressed fear that his enemies would “me for the rest of my life Sue“.
So announced Joe Scarborough, Moderator of the liberal television channel MSNBC, has already publicly in the past said he was thinking about one legal action versus Donald Trump to. The former US president spread the conspiracy theory that Scarborough had murdered Lori Klausutis when he was a Republican member of Congress.
Donald Trump said in the White House that the case was “very suspicious”. “Many people” assumed that Scarborough could have had something to do with the death of the woman. He wrote on Twitter: “Did he get away with murder?”
Moderator is considering lawsuit against Donald Trump
The widower of the employee, Timothy Klausutis, wrote in the “New York Times” that his wife had suffered from a heart disease. She was at work in Joe Scarboroughs Office fell and his head hit the desk. The murder thesis contradicts the autopsy and is one of the “terrible lies” that “conspiracy theorists” like Donald Trump being spread. Klausutis went on to write that since the day of his wife’s accidental death there has been “a constant flood of falsehoods, half-truths, allusions and conspiracy theories”. These made it difficult for him to get on with his life.
According to “Daily Beast” is considering Scarborough continue to take legal action against Donald Trump initiate. He has not yet made a final decision, but has already held talks with a lawyer from Washington.
After Rudy Giuliani: Is Dominion now also suing Donald Trump?
The voting machine manufacturer Dominion Voting Systems also indicated that Donald Trump to be legally prosecuted for his statements about the presidential election in November 2020. Dominion had previously sued Rudy Giuliani for $ 1.3 billion in damages. The company accuses the ex-Trump attorney of defamation. Giuliani is also accused of having enriched himself with the false claims.
Millions of people believed the “big lie” spread by Giuliani and others that Dominion had “stolen their votes and manipulated the election,” it said Application. “Dominion’s founders and employees have been harassed and received death threats, and Dominion has suffered unprecedented and irreparable damage.”
In a CNN interview, John Poulos, chief executive of the company, said, “Our legal team looks at everyone, frankly, and we don’t exclude anyone.” During a Dominion press conference in January, a corporate lawyer said they were going to join them Legal action does not leave anyone outside, adding: “We are carefully looking at the statements and actions of everyone involved in the discussion about Dominion.”
Democratic MP sues Donald Trump over “Ku Klux Klan Act”
A Mississippi Democratic MP is suing Donald Trump also based on a law known as the “Ku Klux Klan Act”. The African American politician Bennie Thompson submitted on Tuesday (02/16/2021) legal action against Trump, his former lawyer Rudy Giuliani and the right-wing extremist groups Proud Boys and Oath Keepers. Thompson accuses her of conspiring to storm the Capitol on January 6th. The goal was to prevent the final confirmation of Joe Biden’s victory that day.
The “Ku Klux Klan Act” was passed in 1871 so that presidents could take action against racist groups that fought against equality for blacks. An article of the law prohibits conspiracies designed to prevent office holders from performing their official duties. (Tim Vincent Dicke)
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