Soros-Backed NY Attorney General Wants To Declare Trump Guilty Without the Bother of a Trial

Soros could back a ham sandwich in a blue state and win. But a ham sandwich would be more rational and just….

George Soros spent millions of dollars around the nation to elect state and local prosecutors as part of an ongoing campaign to radically transform law enforcement in the United States and weaponize the law to use it against those who won’t go along with the radical-left manifesto.

George Soros has been funding the campaigns of prosecutors intent on creating chaos rather than doing their jobs.

New York Wants a Court To Declare Trump Liable for Fraud — Without the Nicety of a Trial

The attorney general asks for summary judgment in the state’s civil case, even as she alleges that she has thus far disclosed only the ‘tip of the iceberg’ of the former president’s alleged fraud.

By: A. R. Hoffman, NY Sun, September 1, 2023:

Attorney General Letitia James’s move for summary judgment in New York’s fraud case against President Trump, his family, and the Trump Organization could soon end a New York real estate story that has stretched between Queens and the White House.

Even as Mr. Trump is besieged by four criminal indictments that threaten his liberty, the civil suit from Ms. James could land a financial blow that could further throw his presidential bid into chaos. His trial in the civil suit is set to begin in October, though if Ms. James has her way, the former president’s culpability would be largely locked in before a jury of his fellow New Yorkers even convenes.

Ms. James has asked for a penalty of $250 million and a ban on Mr. Trump doing business in the Empire State. She alleges that “Donald Trump falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to unjustly enrich himself and to cheat the system,” reaping “incredible financial benefits” in the process.”

Unclear, at least from the documents filed so far, is who was harmed by the alleged tort violations. Ms. James has alleged that the taxpayer suffered, but Mr. Trump maintains that haggling over valuations is part of the real estate modus operandi.

Now, the attorney general does not want to wait for the leaves to turn for Mr. Trump to be found liable. A counsel for her office, Andrew Amer, writes in a “memorandum of law” requesting summary judgment that “at the end of the day this is a documents case, and the documents leave no shred of doubt that Mr. Trump’s (statements of financial condition) do not even remotely reflect” their worth.

Ms. James argues that Mr. Trump “falsely inflated by billions of dollars the value” of his assets, in the process “reaping hundreds of millions of dollars in ill-gotten savings and profits.” She reckons that the “mountain of undisputed evidence” in the case means that the “predicate facts” to find Mr. Trump guilty of fraud “are beyond dispute.”

The prosecutor tells the presiding judge, Arthur Engoron, that “no trial is required for the Court to determine that Defendants presented grossly and materially inflated asset values.” The evidence uncovered thus far — with trial months away — is, Mrs. James asserts, just the “tip of a much larger iceberg of deception” that would, if further disclosed, carve “off billions more from Mr. Trump’s net worth.”

The prosecutor alleges that the former president exaggerated the value of his triplex apartment at Trump Tower “by approximately $100-$200 million each year from 2012 to 2016.” She adds that he valued Mar-a-Lago at between $347 million and $739 million despite Palm Beach County reckoning its worth as between $18 million and $27.6 million.

The request for summary judgment is only partial, meaning that it aims to truncate a trial, not short-circuit it altogether. In a footnote, Ms. James mentions “the People’s claims for relief in the form of disgorgement, bans, and other equitable remedies.”

In her complaint, Ms. James requests that “Mr. Trump and the Trump Organization be prohibited from entering into any New York State commercial real estate acquisitions for a period of five years.” She also seeks a ruling “banning” Mr. Trump and two of his sons, Don Jr. and Eric, “from serving as an officer or director in any New York corporation or similar business entity registered and/or licensed in New York State.”

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