The DA's office is quietly whisking witnesses in front of a "special" grand jury for what may be one of the most pivotal criminal cases in US history.
Allen Weisselberg, who has been at the helm of the company's finances for four decades, is a key focus of the criminal inquiry into the Trump Org.
Weisselberg said she is cooperating with prosecutors because "it's so horrifying that Donald Trump could be president again, knowing what I know."
Legal experts said the statement was likely designed to "shake loose" more people in Trump's orbit who could cooperate with the New York AG's probe.
Jennifer Weisselberg is cooperating with prosecutors on parallel investigations into Trump's personal finances and those of his company.
Duncan Levin formerly oversaw complex financial crimes for the Manhattan DA, who is now investigating Trump.
Weisselberg hired a former top official in the Manhattan DA's office to see what was useful for prosecutors looking into Trump and his company.
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office hired prosecutors with experience looking into how mobs operate to investigate the Trump Organization.
Prosecutors got an early peek at the Trump Organization's finances because of a messy divorce case, a cooperating witness says.
Prosecutors are reportedly trying to "flip" a loyal Trump Organization employee with numerous financial entanglements with the company itself.
Allen Weisselberg holds the keys to Donald Trump's personal finances, as well as his company's financial details.
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