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“A curious omission” noted in Donald Trump’s indictment: “What kind of prankster clown wrote that?”

As every armchair legal scholar has learned since the indictment saga of former President Donald Trump, being charged with falsifying business records in New York State is a misdemeanor that rises to the level of a misdemeanor. criminal offense when it is done to cover up a crime.

This led many observers to see 34 accounts indictment against Trump, who never hinted at this other crime, to respond in the spirit of the famous 1984 ad for Wendy used to help sink Democrat Gary Hart’s presidential chances: “Where’s the beef?”

Commentator Dan Bongino went to Fox News to ponder the question, “What kind of prankster clown wrote this?”

Many on Twitter also noted as a “curious omission” the lack of any specific information. law what was broken.

District Attorney of Manhattan Alvin Bragg did not explain the accusation.

“I’m not going to go into our process of discussing what was brought in. The charges that were brought were those that were brought. Evidence and law are the basis for such decisions.” – Bragg told reporters Tuesday.

“The indictment does not specify, because the law does not require it,” he said.

IN scourging Bragg in an article for Fox News, Legal scholar Jonathan Turley noted that the New York Attorney “insisted on convicting Trump for the ‘crime of promoting [political] candidates by illegal means. He insists that he will prove “attempts to violate state and federal election laws.”

“The indictment seems to address the lack of legal precedent and the lack of specificity regarding the underlying ‘secondary’ felony,” Turley wrote.

“Bragg did nothing but repeat the same flawed theory dozens of times,” he said. “This is where mathematics and jurisprudence meet. If you multiply any number by zero, it will still be zero.”

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