Ex-DEA Chief Destroys Whistleblower’s Rationale For Leaking Cohen Financial Docs

According to the rationale put forth by The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow, the leak of financial records of Trump Attorney Michael Cohen was meant to flush out missing financial records. According to former Drug Enforcement Administration head Chuck Rosenberg those records are not missing. Mr. Rosenberg supposes that they are already in the hands of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Here is how he reaches that conclusion.

As Written and Reported By Chris White for the Daily Caller:

Special counsel Robert Mueller likely has the missing financial records detailing payments made to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, an Obama-era official suggested Thursday.

“From time to time, there is a perfectly legitimate law enforcement reason not to have these reports in the database,” former Drug Enforcement Administration head Chuck Rosenberg told MSNBC’s Katy Tur. He was referring to a trove of missing documents from a suspicious activity’s report on Cohen.

“If we already have an investigation … I don’t need a suspicious activity report. I have all of the underlying records,” Rosenberg said of Mueller’s investigation. “Mueller has them,” he added, referring to the two missing records.

Rosenberg’s remarks come after reports from The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow that a leak of Cohen’s financial documents Wednesday was intended to flush out several records appeared missing.

The payments revealed the Media leaks came from an SAR from First Republic Bank, but the report also mentioned the bank compiled two additional reports not included in the released files. The apparently missing reports would explain some $3 million in additional……

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