Skip to comments.Michael Cohen caught at NYC restaurant — and it could land him back in prison
Posted on 07/03/2020 3:08:30 PM PDT by conservative98
Michael Cohen could soon be back to chowing down in a prison cafeteria.
The recently sprung jailbird was caught by The Post dining out on Manhattans Upper East Side and the meal may cost him his freedom, legal experts said Friday.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
“Have you tried the veal at the Gray Bar Hotel?”
Nope. It’s the Fonz.
Could be Brian Ferry...
It all depends on what your definition of “the area” is.
OH NOES, no social distancing and no one is wearing a mask quick get Dr Fauci on the phone
I consider Cohen a snake and a rat, but going out to diner doesn’t seem so terrible. Was he clearly told that he COULD NOT go out to dinner during parole?
This lawyer has a learning disability.
He’s a lawyer...or was at one time it least.So he can’t claim that he didn’t understand *exactly* the details of his restrictions.
Looks like the media is all over him. Nothing else to report on these days...
He was not paroled. He was on home confinement for fear of CV in prison.
From the article: “Conditions listed on the form also include a provision that says, I will not leave the area of my furlough without permission, with exception of traveling to the furlough destination, and returning to the institution.
“”””I will not leave the area of my furlough without permission,””””””””
Perhaps he got permission. It would take a full retard to go out in public knowing that everyone knows who you are.
How monumentally stupid.
In that case, he may have some ‘splainin’ to do.
Since Cohen is now anti-Trump, I suspect the average Obama Judge might be in a forgiving mood about this ‘first mistake’, and only issue a stern warning.
Can you rule out that he’s a full retard?
No. I wondered how he got that far while being that stupid.
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