Dear Friends, 

I was reading about these so-called ‘catch and kill’ payments in Trump’s indictment and, well folks, I’ve heard of supposed situations where the Chancery has caught and killed stories set to run in the Delaware News Journal.

Why is the Chancery Court not being arrested for their role in Catch and Kill? If I had a dollar for every time they supposedly called upon the Delaware News Journal to try to kill a story, I’d be rich! Should the Chancery be arrested for such a scheme?

Half of the Delaware Court stories I write about were probably killed by the Chancery Court at the News Journal! They can’t kill the Coastal Network, folks! 

See the ABC News store below and let me know your thoughts on this. I’m curious! I always appreciate your feedback. 

Respectfully Yours, 

JUDSON Bennett 

Inside the 3 so-called ‘catch and kill’ payments in Trump’s indictment

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg detailed the alleged scheme on Tuesday.

In August 2015, shortly after announcing his candidacy for president, Donald Trump convened a meeting at his namesake Manhattan skyscraper to hatch a plan to “suppress negative stories” that might threaten to derail his White House bid, prosecutors claimed in charging documents on Tuesday.

Two of the candidate’s most trusted allies joined him at the Trump Tower confab, according to prosecutors: his longtime attorney Michael Cohen, and a tabloid executive named David Pecker.

The trio agreed to an arrangement in which Pecker would act as the campaign’s “eyes and ears” to identify negative stories, according to prosecutors, after which he would procure their exclusive rights and never publish. Prosecutors claim Trump and Cohen agreed to then “reimburse” Pecker’s company, National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc., known as AMI.

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