A Muckraking local news site in Ohio says it has received evidence from a whistleblower from Columbus City that arrested Stormy Daniels on July 12th because of the fast Rejected charges of illegal sexual contact were planned days before:
A Columbus-based whistleblower contacted the lawyer with numerous e-mails between several high-ranking detective officers from the Columbus police and VICE officers.
The e-mails include snippets of news about Daniel's planned appearance in Columbus, photos of Daniel's with President Donald Trump, videos of her dance, and even a ticket to the club where she would appear, were sent every day before she would move to the city in her tour bus.
Daniels, the adult actress and director who was paid In 2016, by Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen on her former affair with the now-president, has been in strip clubs across the country during her so-called "Make America Horny Again "Tour appeared. She was arrested at the Columbus Sirens Club after a team of four undercover investigators said she violated state laws against physical contact between dancers and patrons in "sexually-oriented" companies, but the charges were dismissed because the law applies only to individuals who appear. regularly "in a particular institution.
Following the arrest of Daniels, the Columbus Police claimed in a statement that her arrest was part of a "long-term investigation" into "trafficking, prostitution, and other vice violations." Daniels & # 39; High Law professor Michael Avenatti, however, claimed that it may have been targeted for political reasons, and a later statement by the Columbus police chief said the "motivations" that the four police officers involved in the arrest at night from Daniels to Sirens would be investigated. While the e-mails from Ohio Fayette Advocate do not prove that Daniels was the victim of a trump of Trump partisans per se, they show that the original statement from the police department was misleading and showed that one of the officers (Shana Keckley) had been investigating Daniel's appearance in advance and then, after the arrest, emailed another officer about it with the suggestive message "You're welcome !!!!! … Thank you later in person."
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