Friday, April 27, 2018

FBI Seized Sixteen Cellphones From Donald Trump's Attorney

Michael Cohen
Bill Palmer discusses:
That detail surfaced in court proceedings today, as the seized evidence was laid out, and attorney Micheal Avenatti kept a running count. Some of the seized phones were modern cellphones, while others were Blackberries. Although Blackberry phones are still sold, almost no one buys them, suggesting that [Trump's attorney Michael]Cohen has been keeping his old phones long after he’s upgraded to new ones. This means the Feds now have electronic records of his phone calls, voicemails, emails, and other cellular communications dating back many, many years. It also appears to mean that Cohen was using multiple current phones.

Even if Cohen upgraded to a new phone every other year dating back to the Blackberry era, that still wouldn’t add up to sixteen phones. So it’s reasonable to conclude that he’s been running around with multiple phones that are currently in service.
-Robert Wenzel  

1 comment:

  1. Having a personal and company cell phones is fairly common.
    Also if more people in his law office had company paid phones that could get up to 16 old phones and currently unassigned modern phones quickly.

    Off hand it seems like taking something normal and making it sinister.