Originally Posted by Meadmaker
That will probably be the case.
First of all, tax and financial crimes far too often get overlooked, and it does take time to build a case. (Remember, Manafort went years before his crimes were uncovered, and if it wasn't for his connection with Stubby Mcbonespurs, he might never have been charged.) Its possible that there are some potentially big crimes that Trump could be charged with, but have simply been overlooked. And how long did the Trump foundation function before people started seriously looking into its crimes?
And as for 'revealing the evidence', usually prosecutors want to avoid revealing details of their investigation prior to trial.