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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
    Of course, she wants him in harm's way.
    I was nice before, but now I'm going to get myself banned. How in the Wide World of Sports does it feel to go through life thinking the worst of people at all times? Instead of assuming I'm sincere, you decided to take the most cynical approach possible. You literally had to twist yourself into a pretzel to come to that conclusion. I'd really hate to be you. You must really hate yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    Because we have this thing in our country called "due process" and he hasn't been found guilty of any crime. This is wrong. I am angry and I demand to know the conditions under which Manafort is being held. No one who has not been found guilty of a crime, and even many of those who have been found guilty, deserve solitary confinement.
    Fair enough. But, do you seriously think he'd be better off in gen pop? What if he gets stabbed or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Fair enough. But, do you seriously think he'd be better off in gen pop? What if he gets stabbed or something?
    I've already said they need to tell us what constitutes "solitary confinement"
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    Itís Hobsonís Choice. Putting him in gen pop, poses a greater safety risk. As the article correctly states, he would be a target.

    Imho
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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    I've already said they need to tell us what constitutes "solitary confinement"
    Quote Originally Posted by Jets View Post
    It’s Hobson’s Choice. Putting him in gen pop, poses a greater safety risk. As the article correctly states, he would be a target.

    Imho
    BTW, there is a good reason I'd worry for him in gen pop, you know.

    If Trump handles his business anything like Putin, gen pop is indeed the most dangerous place for him right now.

    Manafort knows too damn much. In general population, it is all too easy for them to pay some guy already doing a life sentence and got nothing to lose, pay his family, for him to quietly shank him in the showers or something.

    That's how Russian government got rid of plenty of people, under Putin, too. Prison and then stabbed to death in middle of the night, assailant never identified...

    Who says Trump couldn't do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Fair enough. But, do you seriously think he'd be better off in gen pop? What if he gets stabbed or something?

    There's just not really a good way to be in jail.
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    I highly doubt he’s in actual solidarity confinement. There wouldn’t be a reason for it unless he’s been secretly busy in jail.

    He’s just being housed separately from the General population
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets View Post
    It’s Hobson’s Choice. Putting him in gen pop, poses a greater safety risk. As the article correctly states, he would be a target.

    Imho
    It's not his fault and the solution is not solitary. Stop trying to justify a barbaric practice. You will not convince me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunchboxxy View Post
    I highly doubt he’s in actual solidarity consolidation. There wouldn’t be a reason for it unless he’s been secretly busy in jail.

    He’s just being housed separately from the General population
    i want proof of that. It's not like our pecuniary institutions are known for their honesty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeRain View Post
    i want proof of that. It's not like our pecuniary institutions are known for their honesty.
    It would get out insanely fast if he was. The guy has a 1000 lawyers. Trump would be tweeting about it already
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