Allegations of Evidence Tampering in Trump Case by DA Bragg's Office

 May 25, 2024

A shocking testimony from a paralegal has raised serious allegations against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office.

Conservative Brief reported that a paralegal from DA Alvin Bragg's team has testified that essential phone records in the case related to Stormy Daniels were tampered with, specifically pointing to the deletion of key pages.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's office was scrutinized during legal proceedings last week. Paralegal Jaden Jarmel-Schneider revealed that three pages of phone records from 2018 were deleted.

These records were significant communications between Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels’s lawyer, Keith Davidson. Other key figures involved Daniels’ manager, Gina Rodriguez, and then-National Enquirer editor Dylan Howard.

Donald Trump’s legal team, led by Emil Bove, was reportedly kept in the dark about these deletions. This has spurred accusations of evidence tampering—a severe felony under New York law. Such allegations can have substantial legal repercussions, emphasizing the gravity of the norms and ethics expected in legal proceedings.

Extensive Implications of Altered Evidence

The purported alterations to the call records were not just a breach of trust but potentially a legal violation of the defendant's right to a fair trial. Evidence tampering is a serious accusation in any legal setting, as it compromises the integrity of the judicial process.

Before these revelations, Alvin Bragg had indicted Donald Trump on 34 felony charges in April 2023. The charges were primarily related to a payment made by Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election, intended to influence the election outcome.

However, entities such as the Federal Election Commission and federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York had previously reviewed these allegations and found them without merit.

Public and Political Repercussions

The issue has not only stirred legal debates but also political controversy. Conservative commentator Mark Levin voiced strong criticism against DA Bragg's handling of the case. He suggested that Bragg should face severe legal consequences, including disbarment and charges for suborning perjury.

Mark Levin on Fox News said:

Sean, it’s my opening argument on why Alvin Bragg should be disbarred, why he should be facing a — 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].

Donald Trump Jr. also expressed his dismay over the situation on the social media platform X, emphasizing what he perceives as a significant legal and ethical breach by Bragg’s team. He questioned how such actions were not classified as felonious, hinting at a double standard in the legal treatment between different political affiliations.

This developing story continues to unfold, raising questions about Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office's ethical handling of the case. As the dialogue and critique from various parties continue, it remains to be seen how this issue will impact the broader legal and political narrative surrounding former President Donald Trump.

In conclusion, the allegation of tampering with evidence in a high-profile legal case underscores the critical importance of integrity and transparency in the justice system. The outcomes of the ongoing discussions and legal reviews could have lasting implications on public trust in judicial proceedings.

About Victor Winston

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

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