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Old May 11th, 2018, 12:21 PM   #1
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Default Dirty scheming lawyer?

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...n-past-catches

He may be hustling the dims for money to be able to pay off. Looks like he is getting funding somewhere....
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Old May 11th, 2018, 05:11 PM   #2
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That information access may do more than get him disbarred, but land him in jail. Hope so.
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Old May 13th, 2018, 10:43 AM   #3
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Real people aksing for him to pay his debts to real people.
Pay for the FN coffee avenatti you thieving dog.
I dont give a sh1t about the IRS bill
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Old May 19th, 2018, 08:18 PM   #4
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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...n-past-catches

He may be hustling the dims for money to be able to pay off. Looks like he is getting funding somewhere....
You guys fall for anything!

When caught the first thing crooks do is try and point the blame elsewhere. Both Cohen and Avenatti are lawyers which means they may be involved in some shady dealings, at least at legal arm's length. But to compare the legal troubles faced by Cohen to Avenatti is a scale of alps to molehills.

Jut how likely is Mr Avenatti to be disbarred? "Last year, California’s state bar received 15,175 new complaints against lawyers. Disciplinary charges or stipulations were filed in 491 cases, resulting in 129 lawyers being disbarred and another 134 being suspended. "

Once again, a thread of truth holding up a pile of BS...

Seriously, with the entire Internet machine at your disposal this is the best you can do? Maybe there is a reason for that! Hunting unicorns and jackalopes perhaps?

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You guys fall for anything!

When caught the first thing crooks do is try and point the blame elsewhere. Both Cohen and Avenatti are lawyers which means they may be involved in some shady dealings, at least at legal arm's length. But to compare the legal troubles faced by Cohen to Avenatti is a scale of alps to molehills.

Jut how likely is Mr Avenatti to be disbarred? "Last year, California’s state bar received 15,175 new complaints against lawyers. Disciplinary charges or stipulations were filed in 491 cases, resulting in 129 lawyers being disbarred and another 134 being suspended. "

Once again, a thread of truth holding up a pile of BS...

Seriously, with the entire Internet machine at your disposal this is the best you can do? Maybe there is a reason for that! Hunting unicorns and jackalopes perhaps?

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They still are corrupt.
doesnt matter if you steal a candy bar or armed rob a bank .
Its still theft!
corruption is coruption and thats what gives others an unfair advantage which enslaves those that dont take the short cut.
Im corrupt but in an anti govt way .
The biggest mafia is govt.
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