Manhattan DA Investigating Trump Reveals What Envelope Found Inside Building Around Noon Contained

by Jessica

The Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, investigating former President Donald Trump, received an envelope with a suspicious white powder, according to the New York City Police Department. The envelope was found inside the building around noon. Authorities haven’t revealed who sent it or who it was addressed to as reported by MSN on 28, February, 2024.

Reportedly, the envelope contained a threatening note directed at Alvin. However, the enclosed powder wasn’t dangerous, as confirmed by the DA’s office. They contained it immediately, and further tests showed it wasn’t harmful.

Tensions rose in lower Manhattan after Trump’s false prediction that he’d be arrested, urging supporters to protest. This stirred memories of the Capitol attack on January 6th. However, only a few supporters showed up near the Manhattan Criminal Court.

During a hearing for Trump’s civil fraud lawsuit, there was a delay due to a security issue affecting the courthouses. Fortunately, it was resolved quickly, and everyone was safe.

Trump’s rhetoric has escalated, sharing links to far-right websites and calling Alvin Bragg names like “animal” and “HUMAN SCUM.” He even warned of potential violence if he’s indicted.

Allegations against Trump involve hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. Michael Cohen, Trump’s former fixer, admitted arranging the $130,000 payment through a shell company. Cohen was then reimbursed by Trump in installments labeled as “legal expenses.”

Although the Justice Department didn’t charge Trump, Manhattan prosecutors are considering charges related to falsifying business records. This could become a felony if they prove Trump intended to defraud while committing another crime.

The situation remains tense as investigations continue, and Trump’s legal battles unfold.

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