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originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Grambler
Each bank which responded would have received its own subpoena, I would think.
Again, how would this subpoena get info from multiple banks
Would this subpoena be given to every bank in the world, with just the name “Michael Cohen” with no ss number, middle name, or any other identifying markers given?
Would not these very protestations apply to subpoenas from Mueller?
the outspoken lawyer has been a central figure in dozens of lawsuits over the last four years related to the cult Seattle-based chain Tully's Coffee. Avenatti purchased Tully's out of bankruptcy in 2013, in partnership with actor Patrick Dempsey, who is best known for his role as Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd in the TV show "Grey's Anatomy." Dempsey sued Avenatti in August 2013 to break off the partnership.
Since his investment firm bought bankrupt Tully’s Coffee for $9.15 million at auction five years ago, Avenatti’s company has been named in more than 50 state and federal legal complaints, including commercial lawsuits, breach of lease actions and warrants for unpaid taxes, court records show.
All the while, Tully’s has shuttered store after store — from Everett to Bellevue, Tacoma to Seattle, and beyond — with employees left in limbo, landlords left unpaid and customers left holding now seemingly worthless loyalty cards.
My guess is that this more likely came from searching some sort of database of records for transactions for micheal Cohen, and getting results that way.