The Manhattan attorney Preet Pharara was fired by President Trump earlier this year in March. What the attorney was working towards makes Trump’s actions highly suspicious.
US Attorney Pharara was working to reveal how Russians laundered money in the United States. This is where it gets interesting — it all had to do with real estate in NYC.
The trial was officially scheduled to begin in May, but now everybody has been abruptly silenced.
It’s no coincidence that this was the same case where two young lawyers died, and one person fell out of a Moscow apartment window. How does one just “fall out” of an apartment window?
I can smell the blood on Trump’s hands from here.
A major US investigation into Russian money laundering has come to an abrupt end.
The case aimed to expose how Russian mobsters allegedly stole $230 million and hid some of the cash in New York City real estate. Also sure to come up was the suspicious death of the Russian lawyer who exposed the alleged fraud, though US prosecutors weren’t alleging that the defendants were behind it.
The abrupt conclusion has some involved in the trial wondering why this Russian investigation had been cut short.
“What most concerns me is: Has there been any political pressure applied in this?” asked Louise Shelley, an illicit finance expert who was set to testify in support of the US government on Tuesday.
There’s a massive scandal hidden in the darkness not far from Trump’s real estate business.