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11 March, 2024

Who posted the $91 million bond for Trump? Follow the Russian connections.

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Chubb posts $91 million bond for Trump in defamation case

Trump Posts $92 Million Bond to Support Jury Award to E. Jean Carroll in Defamation Suit - Time

Where did the money for the bond come from? Read Seth Abaramson's article.

"New research into old business articles reveal that Evan Greenberg’s ACE Insurance, which became Chubb in 2016, “does business” with his onetime Russian-bank-owning father’s Russia investment vehicle Starr International. Greenberg’s father—and longtime boss at AIG—Maurice Greenberg, is a Vladimir Putin business associate who has also associated, as discussed in detail below, with Russian spies, other Kremlin agents, and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign. If these entanglements continue to exist in 2024, it is highly likely that in fact Evan Greenberg’s company’s business interests are entwined, through his still-living father, with Russian government-owned entities."

Use this relationship map based primarily on Seth Abaramson's article which makes it easier to follow the money, Kremlin connections, sexpionage and people involved.

Chubb pays Trump's bond in defamation case

National Security Implications

"As a journalist, you also know a story has national security implications when an implied question it provokes is whether the presumptive 2024 Republican Party nominee for President of the United States has been bought off—lock, stock, and barrel—by the Kremlin, a hostile foreign government that is at present invading Europethreatening nuclear war, and engaging in a hot cyberwar with America."

Though not required, it does help—in assessing the urgency of a breaking news story—if journalists also receive direct warnings about the importance of a story by experts in relevant fields, which is why it’s so significant that this is exactly what happened (see below) with respect to the $91.63 million bond proposal Trump just issued in his New York City Defamation case." - Seth Abaramson

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Sexual assault and defamation

On January 26, 2024, a jury found that Trump "acted maliciously, out of hatred, ill will, or spite, vindictively, or in wonton, reckless, or willful disregard of Ms. Carroll's rights." The jury awarded Carroll $83.3 million in compensatory and punitive damages — money intended to compensate for the damage Trump inflicted on her reputation and deter Trump from similar conduct in the future. (That comes on top of a $5 million verdict, based only on statements about Carroll that Trump made after leaving the White House, awarded by a separate jury last May.) - Popular Information

TakeAway: Follow the money (rubles?) and espionage corrupting MAGA Republicans and blocking aid to Ukraine.

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