Donald Trump Will Face Over 1,000 Years Of Prison Time, Author Says

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Author Tomi T. Ahonen, who frequently speculates about former President Donald Trump's legal peril, believes that the real estate mogul will face 1,002 years of prison time.

In a Twitter thread posted on Wednesday, Ahonen made his predictions based on crimes related to Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg, lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Trump's alleged pardon bribe scheme, and the events of January 6, when the U.S. Capitol was stormed.

"Prison time served CONSECUTIVELY not CONCURRENTLY," Ahonen said.

In particular, the author suggested that Trump would face significant charges stemming from January 6.

Ahonen Believes January 6 Will Sink Trump

According to Ahonen, Trump will receive prison time for various events that took place during the storming of the Capitol.

"I believe Trump will get a TON of years on Jan 6. I am looking at BARE MINIMUM now, for a base line," he wrote.

He claimed Trump would face 25 years for planning a terrorist attack, 25 years for leading a terrorist attack against the United States, 10 years for the attempted hanging of former Vice President Mike Pence, 10 years for the attempted torture of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, 10 years for the attempted gassing of Congress, and 20 years for the death of five people

Trump Could Face Incitement Of Violence Charges

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District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine previously said that Trump and his allies who spoke at the Stop the Steal rally — which took place before the Capitol riot — are being examined for possible incitement of violence charges.

As The Inquisitr reported, Racine suggested that Trump and his allies' remarks before the Capitol riot could fit the bill for motivating others to commit violence.

"We're gonna balance the First Amendment rights, of course, of speakers versus this law and will be judicious in deciding whether to charge and who to charge, but every single person at that rally is being reviewed."

Still, Racine's comments were made in January, and Trump has yet to face any charges.

Weisselberg Was Indicted

As reported by The New York Times, Weisselberg was indicted as part of Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance's investigation into the Trump Organization.

According to Yahoo News, the wording of the indictment suggests that the charge against Weisselberg is just the tip of the iceberg.

"One of the largest individual beneficiaries of the defendants' scheme was Allen Weisselberg," the indictment read.

Randy Zelin, a former New York state prosecutor, claims that the word "individual" suggests that other people benefitted from the Trump Organization's alleged tax avoidance scheme.

Weisselberg Was Removed From A Trump Golf Course

After the indictment, Weisselberg was removed from his position as director of one of Trump's Scotland golf courses, Yahoo News reported.

"A notice filed on Thursday with Companies House, the UK registry of private companies, showed that Weisselberg had been terminated as a director of Trump International Golf Club Scotland, a holding company that owns Trump's Aberdeenshire golf resort, Trump International Golf Links," the publication claimed.

Another notice revealed Trump was also terminated from his position as a person with influence over the company's operations.