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Dirty cop ADMITS leaking Michael Cohen’s bank records to porn star lawyer

(National SentinelDeep State: In the age of the Trump presidency, our country’s most cherished — and once respected — federal law enforcement institutions have degenerated into third-world political apparatuses.

As you likely recall, on April 9 FBI agents raided the offices and home of President Donald J. Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.



They seized everything, shattering lawyer-client privilege in the process. The case was referred to the powerful, influential Southern District of New York (SDNY) by none other than special counsel Robert Mueller, who has gone from a respected prosecutor and FBI director to Deep State hack operative.

A month later, Cohen’s financial records were leaked to porn star Stormy Daniel’s sleazy attorney, Michael Avenatti.

[Related: Idiot porn star lawyer in Trump case has a LOT of explaining to do after THIS epic FAIL]

The Treasury Department has announced it is investigating this illegal breach of privacy.

But now, a new twist to the story: A law enforcement source whose name is being withheld for the time being has admitted to leaking Cohen’s data to Avenatti, as The New Yorker reported:

In the days since [Cohen bank record leak], there has been much speculation about who leaked the confidential documents, and the Treasury Department’s inspector general has launched a probe to find the source. That source, a law-enforcement official, is speaking publicly for the first time, to The New Yorker, to explain the motivation: the official had grown alarmed after being unable to find two important reports on Cohen’s financial activity in a government database. The official, worried that the information was being withheld from law enforcement, released the remaining documents.

The payments to Cohen that have emerged in the past week come primarily from a single document, a “suspicious-activity report” filed by First Republic Bank, where Cohen’s shell company, Essential Consultants, L.L.C., maintained an account. The document detailed sums in the hundreds of thousands of dollars paid to Cohen by the pharmaceutical company Novartis, the telecommunications giant A.T. & T., and an investment firm with ties to the Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg.


The report also refers to two previous suspicious-activity reports, or sars, that the bank had filed, which documented even larger flows of questionable money into Cohen’s account. Those two reports detail more than three million dollars in additional transactions—triple the amount in the report released last week. Which individuals or corporations were involved remains a mystery. But, according to the official who leaked the report, these sars were absent from the database maintained by the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or fincen. The official, who has spent a career in law enforcement, told me, “I have never seen something pulled off the system. . . . That system is a safeguard for the bank. It’s a stockpile of information. When something’s not there that should be, I immediately became concerned.” The official added, “That’s why I came forward.”

Doesn’t matter the motivation; it’s illegal to leak this information.

Las Vegas attorney Robert Barnes thinks he knows whodunit.

“As forecast, Avenatti obtained his information through an illegal, CRIMINAL LEAK by someone now identified as a “law enforcement official.” Given this source both knew about bank transactions and had access to a government database, this is highly likely either or ,” he tweeted.

Obama once admitted he wanted to “fundmentally transform” America.

He certainly has, and not for the better.

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1 Comment on Dirty cop ADMITS leaking Michael Cohen’s bank records to porn star lawyer

  1. With the amount of information has reached the public so far. It is apparent that the upper echelons know exactly who did what and when they did it. Its time somebody did something about it.

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