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Jan 11, 2023, 11:05:00 PM1/11/23

Jack Smith special counsel investigation/J6 Committee referral: The Big
Kahuna. The overall Department of Justice probe into Republican efforts
to overturn the 2020 election, including the various attempts Trump led,
directed or took direct part in.

DOJ classified documents probe: There are a number of legal issues here
for Trump, from obstruction to mishandling of classified documents to
potential Espionage Act violations.

Fulton County election interference investigation: Fulton County DA Fani
Willis's probe into Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the results of
the 2020 presidential election in Georgia, which was won by Joe Biden.
Willis is looking into various efforts by Trump and his cabal to
interfere with the official tally and reporting, including Trump's call
to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger asking him to find
11,870 votes to give him the victory.

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's investigation: A resurrected criminal case
probing potential criminal fraud relating to financial and insurance fraud.

West Chester District Attorney investigation into value manipulation of
Trump National Golf Club Westchester to reduce tax liability. The
current status of the case is unknown.

DC Attorney General investigation into January 6th: The DC Attorney
General office is progressing with its own investigation into the
criminal acts surrounding the January 6th attack.


NY AG financial manipulation case $250 million: New York District
Attorney has filed a massive civil suit alleging the Trump Organization
systemically and routinely reported false values of business properties
in order to reduce tax liability or increase apparent wealth when
needed. Yesterday, a judge denied a Trump motion to dismiss this case.

Jean Carroll defamation suit I: Relating to Trump statement in 2019
demeaning Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in the changing
room of a New York department store in the 1990s. (The US Department of
Justice has taken over as defendant because of the claim that Trump was
acting in his official capacity in rebuffing the claims.) Trump
attempted to countersue citing New York laws against frivolous
defamation suits, but the court rejected the suit.

Jean Carroll defamation suit II: Filed after Trump made defamatory
statements against Carroll in 2022 relating to her rape allegations. The
DOJ has no say in this because Trump's statements happened after he was
booted from office.

Doe v. The Trump Corporation: A lawsuit brought by various anonymous
parties against Donald, Don Jr., Eric and Ivanka claiming they used
their brand to intentionally promote fraudulent companies like the
alleged pyramid scam ACN, multi-level marketing scheme The Trump
Network, and Business Strategy Group that staged seminars to teach
Trump's "winning" ways and for which people paid tens of thousands of
dollars for up-sold classes. Members of the Trump family sat for
depositions in the case during Summer 2022.

Thompson et al v. Trump: Not to be confused with various litigation
relating to the House Committee, this lawsuit was filed in February 2021
against Trump, Rudy Giuliani, the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers and
others regarding their involvement in the January 6th insurrection.
Thompson later withdrew, and one of the other plaintiffs, all members of
Congress, Democratic California Congresswoman Karen Bass, took over as
the lead plaintiff. The case is based on the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871,
which punished organized violence as a method to prevent the operation
of an election and other government functions.

Swalwell v. Trump: Like the Thompson case above, California Democratic
Congressman Eric Swalwell sued Trump and others on the basis of the KKK
Act, but added an additional twist: Swalwell claims Trump is civilly
liable because he and the others who stoked the violence on January 6th
broke DC criminal law. The case continues after a DC court rejected in
July 2022 Trump's claim that he was protected by presidential immunity.

Blassingame v. Trump, Smith v. Trump, Moore v. Trump, Tabron v. Trump:
Prior to the case filed this week by the partner of deceased Capitol
Police officer Brian Sicknick, a total of a dozen officers from the
Capitol Police or DC Metropolitan Police filed suit against Trump for
setting the violent crowd on the Capitol.

Michigan. Welfare Rights Org. v Trump: Along with the NAACP, MWRO claims
Trump violated the Ku Klux Klan Act, organizing a violent act to
disenfranchise voters.

Savage v. Trump, Giuliani, etc.: A Pennsylvania elections worker filed a
lawsuit against Trump and his associates after, he claims, harassment
from Trump supporters led him to have two heart attacks, among other
hardships, after the 2020 election. He's also seeking a judgment on
conspiracy and


Ithaca Capital Investors: After initial partners in a Trump property in
Panana went bankrupt, ICI stepped in and bought the majority share of
Trump International Hotel & Tower Panama. ICI alleged Trump and his sons
misrepresented the financial condition and operations of the property.
The parties settled in a private agreement in September 2021. The hotel
was reflagged as the JW Marriott Panama in 2018.

Scottish Government: Trump ordered to pay $290,000 to the Scottish
government in 2019 to reimburse costs incurred in a lawsuit Trump filed
to have a wind farm removed from the sightlines of his golf course near

Trump Inauguration Committee: The DC Attorney General settled a case in
May 2022 alleging the Trump Inaugural Committee misguided funds to the
pockets of the Trump family, its companies and others. The committee
settled on a $350,000 fine while the Trump Organization, which profited
from the plan, paid $400,000.

Galicia v. Trump: Six demonstrators who were assaulted outside Trump
Tower in Manhattan by Trump's private security personnel settled for an
undisclosed amount in November 2022.
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