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This is so freaking unbelievable, I can't believe it's real.

AMI (owner of the National Enquirer) and their CEO, David Pecker, signed a non-prosecution agreement that protected them from prosecution for crimes related to covering up Trump's affairs.

Then they tried to extort Jeff Bezos.

Then Jeff Bezos told them go to hell... and published the extortion attempt...

...and all of that sure looks like a crime...

...and committing a crime - ANY CRIME - would void their non-prosecution agreement.

Not only did Jeff Bezos just deliver a giant middle finger to AMI and that sleazeball, David Pecker, he may have just yanked away their protection from criminal prosecution.

Yowza! From extortion to blowing up their federal deal in one Medium post.


The full non-prosecution agreement can be found here.

Sending someone emails openly attempting to extort a concession in exchange for burying illegally obtained communications is a whole bunch of things... wire fraud among them.


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