NEW COURT FILING SHOWS: Judge Arthur Engoron Received Hundreds of Threatening Messages

A recent legal document reveals that the judge presiding the civil fraud trial of ex-President Donald Trump in New York has received “hundreds of threatening, harassing, disparaging and antisemitic” threats.

Threats were directed at the office of Judge Arthur Engoron, as outlined in an affidavit appended to a court filing dated November 22.

The document notes a substantial influx of threatening messages targeting both the court’s chamber phone and Judge Engoron’s chief law clerk, Allison Greenfield, via her personal cell phone, email, and social media accounts.

The submission, filed with the New York appeals court, contends that the gag order imposed on President Trump by Judge Engoron several weeks ago should be maintained.

This came after President Trump publicly criticized Ms. Greenfield.

“Ms. Greenfield’s personal information, including her personal cell phone number and personal email addresses, also have been compromised resulting in daily doxing,” Charles Hollon, the court officer with the New York Department of Public Safety, wrote in the affidavit. “She has been subjected to, on a daily basis, harassing, disparaging comments, and antisemitic tropes.”

President Trump labeled Ms. Greenfield as a Democratic Party loyalist with close ties to Mr. Schumer.

“Schumer’s girlfriend, Allison R. Greenfield, is



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