Greenberg To Plead Guilty in 86-page Plea/Cooperation Agreement Implicating Other Unnamed “Men”
from Glenn Kirschner, …for Justice Matters
[ Editor’s Note: It is Joel’s Day tomorrow, with both Congressman Gaetz and possibly Roger Stone being named as among “the men” that Greenberg says he shopped the 17 year old hooker out to.
Of the 86 pages, Glenn says about 50 pages are for all of the receipts the FBI rounded up to validate Greenberg’s claims on the other men. Greenberg’s credibility with his past record is zero, so confirmation is needed on everything that he claims.
I have been wondering why Trump has been so quiet for a month now. Last month he had told cameras that he was planning to begin doing rallies for the 2022 campaign, but that seems to have evaporated.
To that you can add Trump’s Facebook freeze continuing for six months, and his hyped blog flanking attempt to get around the social media banned crashed and burned after a few days, as I have not heard a peep recently.
He is acting like a man that expects to be indicted, with possibly his kids. He is probably regretting stiffing Rudy on his legal fees, as Donald has been silent on his own wingman, something not missed by Rudy, whose lawyers might have told him they were going to walk if he didn’t stop blabbering on TV.
News reports last week claimed his income to be in the $4 to 5 million range. Hard to believe he pissed through all of that with what was hanging over his head so close to Trump. And I saw his wife’s alimony was $35k a month, and he laid out $40k for his son’s dental work.
I usually don’t go biblical on things like this, but something about ‘the wages of sin’ is on the tip of my tongue, as Greenberg has his big court day tomorrow… Jim W. Dean ]
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First published … May 16, 2021
Matt Gaetz’s criminal bestie Joel Greenberg has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with federal prosecutors against others. His plea agreement specifically mentions that he provided prosecutors information about other “men” engaging in commercial sex acts with a minor.
Not surprisingly, the “men” are not named, which is designed to avoid giving those targets a heads up before arrests are made. Here are some of the specifics and implications of Greenberg’s guilty plea.
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