DOJ Under FIRE – EXTORTION Allegations Made!

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( – James Trusty, a former federal prosecutor, in a Sunday interview on “Life, Liberty, and Levin,” blasted the recent report filing that former President Donald Trump’s valet’s attorney made in regard to the Mar-a-Lago classified documents federal case. He added that the allegations could even be considered “extortion.”

He further argued that the cases against Trump as well as the recent whistleblower testimonies about the handling of the probes surrounding the Biden family spoke volumes about the Department of Justice’s integrity. He then pointed out the recent allegations against Assistant U.S. Attorney for Delaware Lesley Wolf, who previously warned the legal team of Hunter Biden about a possible search of a storage unit that Hunter Biden used.

As he argued, he considers this to be “obstruction of justice. He added that the recent probe and indictment by Special Counsel Jack Smith into the mishandled documents found in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate are also alarming. As he pointed out, there were Justice Department officials who had informed Walt Nauta, a co-defendant in the case, and defense attorney Stanley Woodward that they should be careful not to harm the pending application for a federal judge opening.

This incident was first reported by the UK Guardian, which stated that federal prosecutor Jay Bratt had referenced Woodward’s application. In November 2022, Woodward appeared before prosecutors to discuss a matter in person. Bratt had reportedly claimed at the time that Woodward’s application would be viewed more favorably if Nauta cooperated and flipped against Trump.

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