Michael Cohen Released from Home Confinement

(RoyalPatriot.com )- Donald Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen was released from his home confinement on Monday hellbent on continuing his personal vendetta against his former client and vowing to continue turning over information to expose Trump’s so-called “dirty deeds.”

Cohen was furloughed from federal prison and released to home confinement back in May 2020 after serving more than a year of his 3-year sentence for tax evasion, bank fraud, and lying to Congress. His furlough from Otisville Correctional Facility was part of New York’s effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 within prisons by releasing non-violent offenders to home confinement.

Talking with reporters outside of the federal courthouse in Lower Manhattan on Monday, Cohen said he will continue to offer his full cooperation on any “ongoing investigations” to make sure “others are held responsible for their dirty deeds.”

Slamming the former President, former Attorney General Bill Barr, and everybody else involved in his “initial incarceration and prosecution,” a clearly grudge-fueled Cohen said his release on Monday does nothing to negate their behavior.

Cohen was sentenced in 2018 in part for arranging the hush-money payments to former porn actress Stormy Daniels and model Karen McDougal who alleged they had sexual relationships with Donald Trump.

Cohen was briefly returned to prison in July 2020 after he was photographed dining out in Manhattan in defiance of his home confinement. Days later, a judge released him again, arguing Cohen’s reincarceration was in retaliation for his writing a tell-all book about Trump and a violation of his First Amendment rights.

Since his return to home confinement, Cohen was spotted several times out on the town, including on one recent occasion when he was photographed at the Lowes Regency Hotel having coffee with Kanye West.

That particular meeting went viral on social media, not so much because of Michael Cohen but because Kanye West was wearing a white prosthetic mask over his head.

As he was leaving the courthouse on Monday, Cohen told reporters that he was feeling great to be a free man, and said he looked forward to going out with his family to celebrate Thanksgiving.