Allegations Of Evidence Tampering In DA Bragg's Trump Case Investigation

 May 25, 2024

Troubling developments have emerged from the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

According to Conservative Brief, a paralegal has admitted to deleting significant phone records in the legal case against former President Donald Trump.

A member of Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's staff, a paralegal, has shockingly confirmed the deletion of critical call logs from the evidence pool. These calls were between Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, and Stormy Daniels' attorney, Keith Davidson, along with additional records involving Daniels' manager and a media editor.

The undisclosed removal of these files has cast a shadow over the integrity of the prosecution's case. Trump's team was blindsided by this revelation, having not been informed of the edits to what should be a complete and unaltered dataset.

Controversial Evidence Mishandling Raises Legal and Ethical Questions

The records in question, which bore potential significance, were not just withheld but were deleted. This included conversations pivotal to the understanding of the case's narrative. In New York, tampering with evidence can lead to severe legal repercussions, including felony charges.

The gravity of this act is underscored by the severity of the charges against Trump. Initiated in April 2023 by DA Bragg, the indictment includes 34 felony counts related to false business entries concerning payments to Daniels.

These payments, reportedly for election influence purposes, were allegedly mislabeled as legal expenses. Interestingly, both the Federal Election Commission and federal prosecutors previously dismissed claims that these actions breached election laws.

Mark Levin, a voice often resonant with conservative listeners, expressed his outrage on Sean Hannity's Fox News program, "Sean, it’s my opening argument on why Alvin Bragg should be disbarred, why he should be facing charges for suborning perjury, which I’ve talked about on my radio show for the last three days, and also why he violates the Brady Rule... You have collateral evidence, which is unconstitutional; you have somebody being charged, and he’s not sure what he’s charged with, which is unconstitutional. All kinds, of allegations being made which are outrageous, not relevant. You have a dead state statute that remains dead today that’s being used. You have a federal campaign law and nobody knows exactly what part of the federal campaign law we’re talking about."


Amid these allegations, Donald Trump Jr. voiced his concern over the professionalism and neutrality of journalistic coverage. On the social platform X, Trump Jr. lamented the apparent bias and lack of critical reporting on the issue.

Given the gravity and implications of the case, the response from both sides of the political spectrum has been intensely polarized. The nature of the evidence potentially altered or removed could have significant consequences for the case's integrity and outcome.

The defense rested its case in May 2023, shortly after the revelation about the phone records. This sequence of events suggests a quick pivot in strategy, likely influenced by the emerging details of evidence mishandling.

The boiling controversy points to broader issues of trust and transparency within the justice system, particularly in cases with significant political implications.

The recent disclosure that significant evidence in the case against former President Donald Trump was tampered with does not only question the legal proceedings but also the fairness and impartiality expected of judicial bodies. This development may very well redefine public and judicial scrutiny in high-profile cases, stressing the importance of integrity in legal confrontations.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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