Stormy's Lawyer Makes Huge Mistakes In Accusations Against Cohen

Stormy's Lawyer Makes Huge Mistakes In Accusations Against Cohen
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Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' lawyer, released a dossier on 'fraudulent' payments Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen received. It was intended to be a bombshell but ended up a dud when some of his claims turned out to be false.

According to The Daily Caller:

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 representative for Actuarial Partners, told The Daily Caller News Foundation Avenatti’s report is a case of mistaken identity. He forwarded an email the falsely accused Michael Cohen sent to Avenatti requesting the lawyer “correct this error forthwith and make it known publicly” there is no connection to Trump’s Michael Cohen.


“Mr. Cohen received one wire transfer in the amount of $980.00 from a Kenyan bank from account holders Netanel Cohen and Stav Hayun to an account in Israel at Bank Hapoalim,” Avenatti wrote.

Haaretz caught up with Netanel Cohen, who acknowledged having a bank account in Kenya and transferring money to a Michael Cohen. But the Michael Cohen in questions is his brother, Netanel told the news outlet. And his brother is not Trump’s lawyer.

This brings a dark cloud over his credibility and shows just how far they are willing to go to turn a consensual encounter into a scandal.

 Source: Daily Caller

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