Alvin Bragg’s Paralegal Confesses to Deleting Three Pages of Phone Call Records Between Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer and Michael Cohen

by J Pelkey
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President Trump was in court once again on Friday for Alvin Bragg’s “hush money” lawfare trial.

Bragg’s prosecutors called their final witnesses to testify on Friday after Stormy Daniels’ disastrous testimony this week.

Alvin Bragg’s paralegal, Jaden Jarmel-Schneider, also took the stand on Friday.

Once again, Bragg’s witness backfired on him.

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During his testimony, Jarmel-Schneider admitted that Bragg’s office deleted three pages worth of phone call records between Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Keith Davidson and Michael Cohen.

What’s worse is that the prosecution submitted these records into evidence, but conveniently neglected to mention that they had deleted a significant number of them.

Take a look:

Don Jr. responded to the insanity on X:

CNN reported:

Defense attorney Emil Bove is challenging the evidence prosecutors are putting forward, asking paralegal Jaden Jarmel-Schneider about the deletion of some toll records between Keith Davidson and Michael Cohen after the defense submitted recordings between the two from 2018.

The paralegal has admitted that they’ve deleted some call records from the files. Bove also has Jarmel-Schneider confirm that some calls were removed from an exhibit of calls between Gina Rodriguez and Dylan Howard.

Bove said it was three-pages worth of records.

Jarmel-Schneider took issue with Bove characterizing it as a “significant” number but he did acknowledge some were removed.

“At this trial, you’re sort of the guardian of the toll records?” Bove asks.

“I don’t know if I’d say that, but if you say so,” Jarmel-Schneider responds.

This is blatant political prosecution and weaponization of the justice system.

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