Les menaces de Donald Trump envers les procureurs noirs suscitent des inquiétudes quant à la violence.


Donald Trump’s Attacks on Black Prosecutors Investigating Him

As the legal scrutiny facing former President Donald Trump has grown, so have his attacks on the prosecutors investigating him for possible crimes. Trump has verbally attacked two district attorneys and an attorney general, all of whom are investigating him. He has called Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg « racist, » posted a meme with Bragg staring down a baseball bat, and said any criminal charges could lead to « death and destruction. » Trump has also leveled these « reverse racism » attacks at Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and New York Attorney General Letitia James. All three are Black prosecutors, carrying out historic litigation against the former president.

Melba Pearson, a civil rights and criminal law attorney and the former president of the National Black Prosecutors Association, says this retort of « racism » specifically aimed at Black prosecutors is purposeful. « This is not a brand new tactic, » Pearson said. « It’s just part of this bigger pattern of trying to attack the messenger and discredit the process to take away the culpability you face for whatever actions that you engaged in. »

Uncertainty and Threats Surrounding Trump’s Potential Indictment

With a potentially historic indictment looming from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, uncertainty about a possible indictment runs parallel with the fluidity of the Manhattan DA’s grand jury investigation of Trump. In the days since Trump announced he would be arrested, the Manhattan district attorney’s office has received several death threats, including bomb threats to the building and a powdery substance attached to a letter with the words: « Alvin, we are going to kill you. » In response, the city of New York has added extra security to the building, including bomb-sniffing dogs and metal barricades. In Georgia, where Trump is being investigated for meddling in the 2020 election, the Fulton County prosecutor outfitted her staff with bulletproof vests.

As the news of a sealed indictment filed against former President Donald Trump broke, a stream of reaction from lawmakers surfaced. An indictment has been issued, but there are still open questions about what exactly Trump is being charged with or when he might surrender. Donald Trump will be the first former president to face criminal charges. The exact charges in the indictment were not clear.

Legal Expert Weighs in on Trump’s Indictment and History of Legal Woes with U.S. Presidents

A legal expert has weighed in on the place in history of the Trump indictment and the history of legal woes with U.S. presidents. Republican Rep. James Comer of Kentucky said, « I don’t believe that Bragg would be doing this if Donald Trump were not running for president. » One Georgia bill proposed by state Republicans would give a state commission the power to unilaterally remove a duly elected district attorney. The bill has already passed the Georgia House and Senate and is waiting for Gov. Brian Kemp’s signature.

In conclusion, former President Donald Trump’s attacks on Black prosecutors investigating him have been purposeful and part of a bigger pattern of discrediting the process. The uncertainty surrounding his potential indictment has led to death threats and increased security measures. Trump will be the first former president to face criminal charges, and the exact charges in the indictment are not yet clear. The history of legal woes with U.S. presidents continues with this latest development.

Keywords: Donald Trump, Black prosecutors, indictment, legal scrutiny, death threats, security measures, criminal charges, history of legal woes, U.S. presidents.

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