Trump’s Former Executive Found Guilty Of Tax Crimes, Will Turn On Trump

(PresidentialInsider.com)- Continued political attacks have been made against Donald Trump, his family, his connections, and his business.

On Thursday, former Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg entered a guilty plea to 15 counts of committing tax crimes.

He is looking at a possible sentence of five months in jail.

In the summer of 2017, the office of the corrupt Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance filed criminal charges against the Trump Organization.

The lawsuit was connected to tax-related behavior in the wake of allegations that workers for the Trump Organization improperly “got tax-free advantages such as residences and automobile leases.”

These investigations almost never occur, but the ongoing witch hunt targeting Donald Trump and anyone with ties to him will continue indefinitely.

In July of 2018, the dishonest district attorney in Manhattan escorted Allen Weisselberg, the Chief Financial Officer of the Trump Organization, into a court in New York so that he could be charged with fraudulent tax charges.

When Weisselberg entered the courtroom in July of last year, he was handcuffed and required to wear a face mask.

As part of a deal that will require him to testify in a case about former President Donald Trump’s real estate company’s business practices, former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg pleaded guilty to charges related to tax fraud on Thursday in a Manhattan court. The charges stem from allegations of tax fraud committed by the Trump Organization.

Weisselberg, who is 75 years old, was accused of receiving more than $1.7 million “off the books” from Trump’s corporation over the course of several years to circumvent paying taxes on that income.

Weisselberg is the only person to face criminal charges thus far in the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation into the business activities of the Trump organization. He entered a guilty plea to all 15 counts during the course of the investigation.

As part of the plea arrangement, the authorities anticipated that he would enter a guilty plea earlier this week.

According to The Associated Press, Judge Juan Manuel Merchan has decided to sentence Weisselberg to five months in jail, followed by five years of probation and a fine of $2 million.