BOMBSHELL Accusations Against Michael Cohen A Mistake?

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer needs to slow down and make fewer mistakes. From this article, it is apparent that lawyer Michael Avenatti had no idea that there were so many Michael Cohens in the world. He has found one in Israel and one in Canada, or so it seems. This sort of taints the report he submitted trying to tag some shady financial deals upon the real Michael Cohen. What will the impact be on the rest of his report? Will the judge send him off to get his story right, or will he just throw it all out?

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

On Tuesday, the lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels released a seven-page dossier on President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen that appears to contain at least two critical mistakes that undermine its credibility.

In two separate instances in the dossier, lawyer Michael Avenatti’s report appears to have identified the wrong Michael Cohen, identifying men with the same name but who have no connection to Trump. The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

Avenatti’s report includes a section listing “possible fraudulent and illegal financial transactions” involving Trump’s lawyer. One of the payments is a $4,250 wire transfer from a Malaysian company, Actuarial Partners, to a bank in Toronto.

Zainal Kassim, a spokesperson for Actuarial Partners, told the DCNF that this is a case of mistaken identity, saying, “Actuarial Partners have already received inquiries from the press in this regard, and we would like to see this scurrilous rumor spiked as soon as possible.”

Haaretz, an Israeli news outlet, noted the other mistake in Avenatti’s dossier in their report titled: “Israelis Named by Stormy Daniels’ Attorney for….


BOMBSHELL MISTAKE: Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Screws Up Accusations Against Michael Cohen, Report Says | Daily Wire


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