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Police Respond To Bomb Threat Targeting Judge In Trump Fraud Trial

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Authorities in Nassau County, New York, are responding to a bomb threat at the residence of the judge presiding over Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial.

New York Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron received the threat this morning, hours before closing arguments are scheduled to begin.

Per ABC News:

In light of the threat, the court is adding additional security for the judge, the court official said.

Nassau County Police bomb technicians responded to Engoron’s home out of an abundance of caution. Nassau County Police notified the court system of the threat, which they say they have determined to be unfounded.

Today’s court proceedings are expected to proceed as planned.

Trump is prohibited from delivering closing remarks by Engoron after he refused to agree to the judge’s proposed conditions to limit the subject of conversation to what is permissible in a lawyer’s closing argument.

The former president is on trial for allegedly deceiving lenders.

This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.

This article is republished with permission from American Liberty News.

3 COMMENTS

    • Looks like some on the right are beginning to behave like the drones on the left. I love seeing these arrogant asses swallowing some of their own medicine.

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