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Enough Robert Mueller move on
12-07-2017, 11:28 PM
Post: #21
RE: Enough Robert Mueller move on
Did you ever notice that it is hundreds, maybe thousands of LAWYERS (Democrat and Deep State partisans all) who are engineering and carrying out this coup on the legally elected president of the United States?

Isn't America supposed to be a "nation of laws"?

Did any of us, in our wildest imagination, ever expect to see America's legal system turned against the
Constitution and it's citizens?

Was Julius Caesar right? (First we have to kill all the lawyers!)

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12-09-2017, 09:15 PM
Post: #22
RE: Enough Robert Mueller move on
This is good!

http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/07/from-a...heres-why/

From A Legal Perspective, Mueller’s Investigation is Dead. Here’s Why

Nick James
Like a headless turkey running around in circles, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation is dead, even if he does not yet realize it. While his investigation stumbles onward, with life support provided by the biased media, from a legal perspective the viability of any criminal case that Mueller could possibly bring has been effectively gutted thanks to the news (suppressed for months by Mueller’s team) that the FBI’s “key agent” in both the Russia investigation and the Clinton email probe was an ardent Hillary supporter with an anti-Trump bias.

Under federal law, a prosecutor is required “to disclose exculpatory and impeachment information to criminal defendants and to seek a just result in every case.” Specifically, pursuant to Giglio v. United States, prosecutors are obligated to provide defendants with impeachment evidence, which includes, according to the DOJ’s guidelines, evidence of a witness’s biases, “[a]nimosity toward defendant,” or “[a]nimosity toward a group of which the defendant is a member or with which the defendant is affiliated.”

As a result, in any prosecution brought by Mueller against a Republican target, defense counsel would be entitled under the Constitution to all evidence in the government’s possession relevant to exploring the apparent biases of FBI agent Peter Strzok and his animosity toward Trump and the Republican Party.

This, in and of itself, could be a case-killer because it is very unlikely that Mueller or the DOJ would want defense counsel poring through all the records and documents, emails, and texts in the DOJ’s and Strzok’s possession revealing the agent’s biases since this could fatally undermine any other cases or investigations the agent has worked on—such as the FBI’s decision to recommend charging General Flynn with lying to federal agents even though Hillary Clinton’s besties, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, were given a free pass despite apparently doing the same thing.

Significantly, the fatal damage done to Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation does not only rest in the fact that defense counsel will be able to conduct an unlubricated prostate examination on the FBI’s key agent at trial. Instead, the real reason why Mueller will not risk a criminal trial is the lasting damage that would be done to the FBI’s reputation by having Strzok’s baggage brought into the daylight.

To expose the agent’s biases, defense counsel would have the opportunity to cross-examine the agent and his apparent mistress, an FBI lawyer who also worked on Mueller’s investigation and the Clinton email probe, about their exchanged messages showing support for Clinton and hostility to Trump.

Additionally, the agent’s wife, a high-profile attorney at another federal agency, apparently was a member of several pro-Obama and pro-Clinton Facebook groups and is a follower of a Facebook page called “We Voted for Hillary.”
One can only imagine the fun that an aggressive defense attorney would have shredding Strzok’s credibility by grilling him to see if he shared his wife’s posted political views.

The prospect of having to reveal to defense counsel and the public the FBI’s dirty laundry concerning Strzok—the former deputy head of the agency’s counterespionage unit—plus having to watch as defense attorneys parade the disgraced agent, his disgraced FBI mistress, and possibly his betrayed wife before the jury to explore the extent of his anti-Trump biases pretty much kills the likelihood of Mueller indicting any other Republicans.
There’s simply too much downside.

Undeniably, if Mueller were to proceed with a trial under these tainted circumstances, he would be exposing the country’s vaunted legal system and the agency he once headed, to both national and international ridicule. The FBI’s reputation for impartiality would be forever flushed down the toilet.
This price simply is not worth it particularly since he has found no evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia.

Indeed, one wonders, cynically, if this realization prompted Mueller to offer a light plea deal to Flynn so that he could quickly sign him up as a cooperator and add the general as a notch on his prosecutorial belt before the DOJ notified the public of the real reason for Strzok’s removal from Mueller’s team? (Arguably, Giglio disclosure obligations only apply after a person has been indicted but not if he pleads guilty pre-indictment.)

Finally, it is worth noting that under principles analogous to the fruit-of-the-poisonous-tree doctrine, any FBI agents or officials who worked with Strzok (including James Comey) would be tainted by, and subject to cross-examination to explore, Strzok’s biases and whether he is the type of person who hid from them his biases while making key charging recommendations.

In short, Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation is effectively dead (unless his targets’ lawyers are nincompoops). And, ironically, this is all the fault of Strzok and his mistress who wanted to help “Crooked Hillary” and target Trump. How do you like ‘dem apples?

PODESTA GROUP IN SPECIAL COUNSEL MUELLER’S CROSSHAIRS, DEMS BEWARE
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12-10-2017, 09:08 AM
Post: #23
RE: Enough Robert Mueller move on
Strzok and company are shortly going to be "victims" of the sting opertion brought against "leakers" by DJT and associates.

BTW wonder what his his high class wifey thought of him boning another lawyer....at sidebar.....so to speak?

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12-10-2017, 10:37 AM
Post: #24
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She prolly was angling for a three-way, all things considered, so to speak.........

Is it considered a conspiracy if they really are after you?Huh
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12-10-2017, 01:13 PM
Post: #25
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(12-10-2017 10:37 AM)Ugene Wrote:  She prolly was angling for a three-way, all things considered, so to speak.........

Would that be considered a "liberal political scheme"?

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12-10-2017, 02:48 PM
Post: #26
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Nope.
Up here in North Maine, that would be a party.
Not a political one, either.

Is it considered a conspiracy if they really are after you?Huh
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12-15-2017, 09:01 AM
Post: #27
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http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017...ossum.html
This link shows that there may be a surprise coming from the AG.
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12-15-2017, 10:05 AM
Post: #28
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Thanks, Al, for the article. It presents a hopeful scenario that will lead to more federal swamp draining. I pray it plays out in real life. Merry Christmas.
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12-15-2017, 10:57 AM
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Et Tu Dale
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12-15-2017, 11:32 PM
Post: #30
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From Conservative Tree House.....today!

......"Senator Ron Johnson sends a letter to current FBI Director Christopher Wray questioning the surrounding investigative details about how the James Comey (July 5th, 2016) exoneration manuscript was changed and sculpted........Earlier information showed, via text messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page, the scope of FBI Agent Strzok’s partisan efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election due to his personal political bias. Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared to be coordinating together on the Clinton investigation toward a united outcome. Director James Comey delivered that outcome to the American electorate"........

......."Essentially today Senator Johnson is asking current FBI Director Wray if he is aware of any further FBI officials that would have also participated in this coordinated effort; and what measures Director Wray is taking to look into the ‘matter".......

Conservative Tree House article. A PDF file of Johnson's letter is in the article. He nails it pretty good.

I am beginning to think that the IG investigation may bear fruit as they leaked a lot of stuff to the media last week, with more to come next week as more FBI guys go to the hill to testify. It's fun to watch these guys (IG office) use the lefts tactics against them! Many dems are all upset that those emails from the FBI guy, and his lover/girlfriend were exposed a couple of days back. They are POed over it, hahahaha!

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