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Missouri AG Requests DOJ Release Communications Of Alvin Bragg, Letitia James, and Fani Willis Regarding President Trump

by Chelsea Betonie

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is taking a bold stance against what he perceives as a concerted effort to undermine former President Donald Trump through legal means.

In an attempt to shed light on what he calls a “witch hunt” orchestrated by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) under President Biden’s administration, Bailey has formally requested the release of all communications involving key prosecutors, namely Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Each of these prosecutors has been actively involved in investigations targeting Trump and his business practices.

Alvin Bragg’s focus has been primarily on alleged financial crimes within the Trump Organization, including potential fraud and falsification of business records related to hush money payments and financial discrepancies.

Letitia James has pursued civil charges against Trump, alleging persistent fraud involving banks, tax authorities, and insurance companies. Fani Willis is investigating alleged criminal interference in the 2020 presidential election.

Bailey points to various pieces of evidence suggesting a coordinated effort between these local prosecutors and the DOJ to prosecute Trump.

One critical indicator, according to Bailey, is the appointment of Matthew Colangelo – a high-ranking DOJ official – to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office specifically for prosecuting Trump.

This move raises suspicions of collaboration between federal and local authorities in targeting the former president.

Moreover, Bailey highlights statements made by attorney Mike Davis during an interview with Steve Bannon.

Davis alleges that Colangelo serves as a direct link between the Biden DOJ and DA Bragg in their purportedly corrupt efforts to put together a baseless indictment against Trump.

Having previously worked with Letitia James in civil litigation against Trump and campaigning on a promise to prosecute him if elected, Bragg’s actions appear suspiciously aligned with political motivations rather than purely legal considerations.

Bailey argues that Bragg’s timing of charges against Trump—coming after the former president announced his candidacy for office—suggests a politically motivated attempt to weaken his campaign.

This suspicion is further fueled by Bragg’s public statements committing to personally focus on investigating Trump’s business practices once elected as District Attorney.

The Attorney General emphasizes that transparency is essential for Missourians who deserve clarity on whether federal authorities are indeed coordinating with local prosecutors like Bragg, James, and Willis in pursuing Trump legally.

To this end, Bailey’s office filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request at the DOJ seeking communications that could unveil any potential federal involvement in these prosecutions.

Despite not yet receiving a response from the DOJ regarding their FOIA request, Bailey remains steadfast in his belief that the efforts against Trump are politically motivated and strategically timed to impede his campaign activities.

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