New Manafort Revelations

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It’s a little hard to believe they did this “accidentally”. That’s a pretty big fuck up for such big attorneys.
His attorneys now are saying his solitary confinement has made him not remember anything. They say he has been irreparably damaged by the confinement.
 
Mar 2012
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"He attempted to live up to the requirements of his cooperation agreement and provided meaningful cooperation relating to several key areas under current government investigation," the court papers added.

The lawyers also argued that Manafort's state of mind was impacted by his time in solitary confinement and he wasn't able to prepare for his meetings with federal investigators.

"While his physical safety is of primary concern, it is important to note that the conditions of Mr. Manafort's confinement have taken a toll on his physical and mental health," the court filing says.

Manafort lied about sharing presidential polling data with Russian
 
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His attorneys now are saying his solitary confinement has made him not remember anything. They say he has been irreparably damaged by the confinement.
Loolllllll

His solitary confinement that was a fuckin condo where he could have a laptop and talk to his lawyers whenever he wanted for as long as he wanted?

Come the fuck on Paulie. That’s a pretty pathetic excuse
 
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"He attempted to live up to the requirements of his cooperation agreement and provided meaningful cooperation relating to several key areas under current government investigation," the court papers added.

The lawyers also argued that Manafort's state of mind was impacted by his time in solitary confinement and he wasn't able to prepare for his meetings with federal investigators.

"While his physical safety is of primary concern, it is important to note that the conditions of Mr. Manafort's confinement have taken a toll on his physical and mental health," the court filing says.

Manafort lied about sharing presidential polling data with Russian
Lawyers do/say/claim whatever they think will benefit their client. And it is sounding like Manafort is desperately in need of a little help about now.

Read an article in this week's Time Magazine on the fella. Appears Manafort is not only broke but owes a boatload of money to Russian investors. His chances of future freedom are looking a sort of bleak.




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StanStill

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It’s a little hard to believe they did this “accidentally”. That’s a pretty big fuck up for such big attorneys.
That was my first thought. The only way I know of to do this is to "highlight text" in Acrobat, and select black for the color of the highlighter. Seems like you would really have to try hard not to realize that highlighted text can still be selected, regardless of what color you choose.
 

HayJenn

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I hope some people understand what this means. He was Trump's CAMPAIGN MANAGER. Which means that Trump knew just what he was doing. The polling date, the Ukrainian peace plan.

Manafort was in close contact with Kilimnik through the campaign, including meeting with him in the United States in May and again in August 2016. Manafort’s lawyers provided no additional details about the “Ukrainian peace plan,” in their filing.

In January 2017, Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen has said he was given a Russian-friendly peace plan for Ukraine during a meeting at a New York hotel with a Ukrainian lawmaker and Felix Sater, a longtime Trump business associate.

The proposal would have paved the way for the U.S. to lift sanctions on Russia, a top foreign policy goal of the Kremlin. Manafort told the Post in 2017 that he had “no role” in the episode.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...ef28312c8b9_story.html?utm_term=.b3bd2d04a625
 
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I hope some people understand what this means. He was Trump's CAMPAIGN MANAGER. Which means that Trump knew just what he was doing. The polling date, the Ukrainian peace plan.

Manafort was in close contact with Kilimnik through the campaign, including meeting with him in the United States in May and again in August 2016. Manafort’s lawyers provided no additional details about the “Ukrainian peace plan,” in their filing.

In January 2017, Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen has said he was given a Russian-friendly peace plan for Ukraine during a meeting at a New York hotel with a Ukrainian lawmaker and Felix Sater, a longtime Trump business associate.

The proposal would have paved the way for the U.S. to lift sanctions on Russia, a top foreign policy goal of the Kremlin. Manafort told the Post in 2017 that he had “no role” in the episode.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...ef28312c8b9_story.html?utm_term=.b3bd2d04a625
Ready for “no collusion” to turn into “collusion isn’t illegal”? There’s is simply no way to say there is no collusion any more

This and Veselnitskaya? That ship has long sailed
 
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HayJenn

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Ready for “no collusion” to turn into “collusion isn’t illegal”? There’s is simply no way to say there is no collusion any more

This and Veselnitskaya? That ship has long sailed
I know :)

Meanwhile, the dear leader supporters seem fixated on AOC - I guess she triggers them?

Notice none of them in this thread?
 
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