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This is a fun, open forum where we can toss around ideas. I’m not going to be more careful with my words. Deal with it, LOL.
Showtalk said...Deal with it, LOL.
Showtalk said...The link you posted is about theft in 2007-2008. It says he lives in Israel?
Sorry, that was an older one. See the attachment here.
It's 27 pages long. Most indictments are only 1 ~ 2 or perhaps 3 pages max.
27 pages is quite damning to say the least and as such, I doubt this one will get swept under the rug.
He should be prosecuted for that. Will it happen?
Only the first page is viewable. I checked PACER and only the first page is viewable there too. IME, most indictments are several pages long simply because jurisdictions must be declared, along with party identification, etc. if you can get the remainder of the indictment, please post it.
With all the internet crashes and hacks, who knows. It could be as simple as the person charged with uploading the doc took sick in the middle of it, their computer crashed or the power went out and they forgot to finishing it up.
It could. They don’t care that we are waiting to see the rest of it.
27 detailed pages... if he isn't indicted... then we'll have another corrupt DOJ official who needs to be replaced.
Durham was quite explicit in his indictment charges... and he doesn't write indictments without evidence to prove guilty!
And as I said earlier... most indictments are 1~2 or at max 3 pages long... this one was 27 pages so I expect a guilty plea.
But you see... this is just the tip of the iceberg. Did you even look at the 27 page report? Durham is now investigating all parties mentioned in that indictment to see who else can be indicted and believe you me... both Hillary Clinton and Obama could be in his sights. We know who he charged for his work while lying to Congress. And there are numerous details of monies paid behind the scenes. Durham is currently looking at the bank records of all the involved individuals to determine who else he can bring up on indictment charges.
But he won't detail anything until he has enough to indict which is the way it should be, but this thing could be bigger than anything we've ever seen in our U.S. history. It already looks like it might be 10 times or maybe even more worse than WaterGate.