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Movies Hush Money Manhattan D.A Bragg 'If You LIE For TRUMP-You'll Go to Jail'

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Just Sent a Reality Check to Witnesses Who Would Lie For TRUMP

D.A Alvin Bragg seems to be firing a warning shot to Trump allies who are tempted to lie under oath - TRUMPsí former CFO Allen Weisselbergs' new five-month prison sentence for perjuring himself should give incentives to other TRUMP witnesses to tell the truth .


There Has Been a BLITZ of Filings in Hush Money Case as His Lawyers are Concerned He'll Go to Jail...PL
US Trump Lawyers Make HUMILIATING MISTAKE Right Before Trial

MSRAW 11 APR 2024






Days before Donald Trump is expected to go on trial for allegedly falsifying business records to hide payments to conceal hush money payments.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg seems to be firing a warning shot to Trump allies who are tempted to lie under oath.





While appearing on MSNBC's "Alex Wagner Tonight," legal analyst Jeremy Saland argued that former Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg's new five-month prison sentence for perjuring himself should give incentives to other Trump witnesses to tell the truth on the witness stand in the coming weeks.

"I see it not as a chilling effect that will adversely impact these witnesses to say we shouldn't testify," he said. "But it will be more in terms of reality check that if you make believe and if you tell that story that isn't true and you misrepresent, we as prosecutors will do our homework and hold you accountable."

Weisselberg pleaded guilty in March to two felony counts of perjury after acknowledging he offered false testimony involving the size of former President Donald Trump's triplex apartment inside Trump Tower.

Saland said that seeing Weisselberg get more jail time could erase any temptation other witnesses may feel to not be fully forthcoming during testimony.

"Otherwise, that exposure can be huge and they don't want to become the storyline," he added.

"This is Donald Trumps' storyline. Not theirs."









Trump headed to 'The Presidential Suite at Rikers Island' if found guilty:






...AND his lackies will sleep nearby...



PLUS... TRUMP Drowned in Mockery After His Lawyers Subpoena The WRONG Person ..DUH...








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