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Michael Cohen Seeks End of Supervision Citing His NY AG Trump Org Trial Testimony

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 29 – A month after Michael Cohen testified in the NY Attorney General's lawsuit against the Trump Organization, Cohen on November 29 asked to have his federal supervised released terminated early - calling his state testimony "well received." 

  This is in a filing with U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jesse M. Furman, now on Patreon here. 

 Inner City Press was in NYS Judge Engoran's courtroom when Michael Cohen admitted to having lied to SDNY Judge William Pauley. (The transcript Cohen annexes misspells it "Pauly.') 

 Cohen also annexes an invitation to speak at Oxford and calls certificates from Otisville, including "Doing Time with the Right Mind."

  Judge Furman has given the prosecutors until December 6 to submit their response.

The case is US v. Cohen, 18-cr-602 (Furman)


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