CLAIM: Leak of Michael Cohen’s banking records prompted by missing reports

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Two financial activity reports missing from a government database prompted a law enforcement official to leak the banking records of Michael Cohen, the personal lawyer to President Trump.

Last week, Michael Avenatti, a lawyer representing adult film star Stormy Daniels, posted a document with Cohen’s confidential banking information.

The information that leaked came from a suspicious-activity report from First Republic Bank, where Cohen’s shell company Essential Consultants LLC, with which he used to pay Daniels, had an account.

The article goes on to state the following:

The leaker told the New Yorker that two prior suspicious-activity reports from that bank, involving bigger transactions, were missing from a Treasury Department database known as the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network…

“I have never seen something pulled off the system. … That system is a safeguard for the bank. It’s a stockpile of information. When something’s not there that should be, I immediately became concerned,” the official said, adding, “That’s why I came forward.”

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