June 21, 2024
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I actually think they should have made him come to NY to appear in person, like everyone else in the United States is supposed to do when they are convicted of a felony. He flew out to Las Vegas this weekend to give a kook speech in which he said “I don’t care about you, I just want your vote” and somehow his being out there in sweltering heat out in the open was handled, so why not in New York? He’s not special.

Pre-sentencing reports include information about a convict’s personal life, criminal history, financial means, health condition and overall living arrangement.

They are used by the judge to inform what punishment should be given.

The interview is often an opportunity for a convict to argue for leniency in the sentence.

Jurors found Trump guilty of falsifying business records to conceal hush money payments made to former porn star Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential election campaign.

Since so many people in his campaign are felons, what happens with the terms of probation where Trump is not supposed to associate with them?

Here’s the list from his Team of Felons as of May 31 2024

  • Donald Trump was charged, convicted, and is awaiting sentencing.
  • Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • Trump’s former campaign vice chairman, Rick Gates, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • Trump’s former adviser and former campaign aide, Roger Stone, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • Trump’s former adviser and former White House aide Peter Navarro, was charged, convicted, and is currently in prison.
  • Trump’s former campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • The Trump Organization’s former CFO, Allen Weisselberg, was charged, convicted, and sentenced to prison.
  • Trump’s former White House national security advisor, Michael Flynn, was charged and convicted.
  • Trump’s former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, was charged with wire fraud and money laundering, in addition to a conviction in a contempt case similar to Navarro’s. He’s currently awaiting sentencing. (He was ordered to go to jail by July 1st and there is another trial waiting him with his grift of “We Build the Wall” . That trial has been delayed till September 2024
  • Though he was later acquitted at trial, Trump’s former inaugural committee chair, Tom Barrack, was charged with illegally lobbying Trump on behalf of a foreign government. (Elliot Broidy was the vice chair of Trump’s inaugural committee, and he found himself at the center of multiple controversies, and also pled guilty to federal charges related to illegal lobbying.)
  • Two lawyers associated with Trump’s post-defeat efforts, Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell, have pleaded guilty to election-related crimes. (That includes fake elector actions)

And did I mention that former president’s business was itself found guilty of tax fraud? Because it was.

This does not include the fact that a jury held Trump liable for sexual abuse in a civil case.

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