Does the DOJ Have a Sealed Indictment Against Trump?

FBI warns businesses of cyber attack after Sony confirms hack VIDEOAs show by the recently released Dutch Documentary, there are lots of links between Trump and Russian mobsters.

This documentary by ZEMBLA confirms everything points out that not only has TrumpCo had a long term relationship with a documented Russian Mobster Felix Sater including hiring him and giving him his own office inside Trump Tower, that there have been Russian gangters with apartments and Offices inside Trump Tower who were arrested and prosecuted in 2013 by Preet Bharara who was abruptly fired by Trump.

The issue here is awareness. If Trump was aware that by working with Felix’s former company Bayrock he was doing business with tax evaders, money launderers and people running illegal gambling and underage sex trafficking rings then he was a knowingly involved in a racketeering conspiracy and violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, just as its been previously reported that he’s at risk for building a Tower in Azerbaijan financed by people with links to the Iranian Republican Guard who are listed as a terrorist organization.

As a result of this there are some reports, which are shocking and in serious need of confirmation at this point, that there is already a sealed indictment against Trump and that Orrin Hatch may be receiving security briefings in preparations for being named President as he is 4th in the line of succession in the continuity of government protocols.

About The Bayrock Group

In 2001, Tevfik Arif moved some of his businesses to the United States and founded the Bayrock Group, a real estate development company. He began developing property in Brooklyn, first redeveloping Loehmann’s Seaport Plaza, a waterfront shopping center in Sheepshead Bay. Arif was originally the sole employee of Bayrock, later hiring Felix Sater as managing director.

After moving the Bayrock Group to Trump Tower, Arif developed a relationship with billionaire businessman Donald Trump. Trump provided a licensing deal for the Trump SoHo hotel in a joint venture between the Bayrock Group and the Sapir Organisation. In 2007, Bayrock traded future profits from Trump SoHo and other projects in exchange for $50 million in financing from Icelandic company FL Group. The arrangement led Bayrock’s finance director to file racketeering lawsuits, alleging that money was diverted to people outside the company, including Salvatore Lauria, an associate of Sater’s.

Trump and Bayrock later developed the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Fort Lauderdale. Arif also worked to introduce Trump to investors from Russia. Through Bayrock, Arif collaborated with Trump on projects in Turkey, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Arizona, Colorado, New York, and Florida.


FORBES Has a great background report HERE