Sometimes it seems as though nothing is being done to bring Trump and his cohorts to justice. The question, “Why hasn’t he been indicted yet” is one I’m sure most of us have asked ourselves or at least felt that way at times.
When you get to the top tier of criminals, the ones with plenty of money, lawyers, and power, like those at the top of organized crime families, you’ll find that these types of people are extremely skilled at covering their tracks and insulating themselves. We can know they are guilty, but proving it in court can be difficult and time consuming which is why, for example, they finally had to prosecute and convict Al Capone for failing to file tax returns.
Teri Kanefield offers some clear insights into this when she describes what we are up against when it comes to prosecute Trump for his crimes.