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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    Got anything worthwhile? Oh wait, never mind.
    With the puerile contention of this thread? You must be joking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    According to BB's quote of you in #12 you did.

    Caught. (Or. are you going to report him for changing your quote?)
    Yes, it was obviously an attempt to troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    According to BB's quote of you in #12 you did.

    Caught. (Or. are you going to report him for changing your quote?)
    I see you found someone to read the thread for you.

    Yep. I called him a rookie. Never denied doing so.

    WTF does that have to do with Excalibers post?
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    Mueller needs to either share for discovery, or drop the charges. Time is not on his side. He's in a bad spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusher View Post
    Mueller needs to either share for discovery, or drop the charges. Time is not on his side. He's in a bad spot.
    Could be you're right. That will have more to do with Concord's right to a speedy trial. Could be he'll be required to drop the charges against them at some point, but he only filed the charges six months ago. I'm pretty sure he'll get another 6-12 months before that happens.

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    A good picking apart of the Mueller team attempt.

    In my opinion, Mueller’s posture could easily viewed as a red-tape-heavy method intended to cripple and undermine Concord Management’s defense. In the United States, criminal defendants are entitled–by virtue of an almost sacred right–to view the evidence used against them. This right undergirds the basic foundation of America’s adversarial legal system.

    Supreme Court jurisprudence has frequently favored the rights of the accused to know what they’re up against, too. And yes, this even goes for foreign nationals because the U.S. Constitution applies to anyone under the jurisdiction of the United States. Not just citizens and not just people on the landmass.

    The proposed protective order expressly forecloses against that right. At the same time, the Mueller’s proposal purports to offer Concord Management the mere possibility of seeing those discovery materials sometime down the road. This would maybe occur by way of extremely complicated and burdensome permission-seeking regime under circumstances which could accurately be described as theoretical at best. Mueller’s team, of course, makes pains to appear the reasonable actor.

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    This argument is almost clever.

    Mueller’s team is tilting against the windmills of “[p]ublic or unauthorized disclose” of the evidence involved in the case–in excess of two terabytes by the government’s own estimation. But Concord Management’s attorneys aren’t requesting public or unauthorized disclosure. Rather, they’re simply using the Federal Code of Criminal Procedure to request documents and evidence which should be provided to their clients as matter of federal law, Constitutional right and legal custom. The problem appears to be that the Russians’ attorneys are simply using U.S. law too effectively.

    Additionally, the accusations are conclusory and unsupported. It’s one thing for Mueller’s team to state “the government believes [uncharged individuals] are continuing to engage in interference operations.” It’s another thing entirely to offer any sort of evidence to support such an accusation. Mueller has provided no evidence here.

    The second aspect of Mueller’s argument is even weaker. Again, the motion:

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    https://lawandcrime.com/opinion/muel...n-trolls-case/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    Seems like all those links confirm Mueller's length of experience. "Rookie" means "only recently turned professional." You're attacking your own case with these links.


    I did not call Mueller a rookie. Apology acepted.

    My links provide evidence of Mueller's and Weissman's incompetence, and ignoring the rule of law. Among other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur View Post
    I did not call Mueller a rookie. Apology acepted.

    My links provide evidence of Mueller's and Weissman's incompetence, and ignoring the rule of law. Among other things.
    Let the courts sort it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofball View Post
    If he loses these Russian show cases, he has nothing but a few perjury traps on nothing related to Trump/Russia collusion.
    I wonder if Mueller will investigate Charlie?

    https://youtu.be/9MQNSWYzGKQ

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    Im just glad Trump finally understands he can't just fire Mueller or Rosenstein.

    Now he is in the ...I can pardon myself phase of his denial.

    I don't know what Concord management is or when Concord Catering started doing business in the US.

    I do remember Trump fired Comey to end the Flynn investigation.
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