More indictments...

SamSpade

Well-Known Member
Have you ever wondered why no other US president has ever went after Soviet officers in Court? It's useless to do it, you may as well indict God for making hurricanes and Thor for making lightning if you can't get them into a court room then it's been a collosal waste of money. .
Saw this, this morning on my way in ..

https://townhall.com/columnists/derekhunter/2018/07/15/a-russian-ham-sandwich-n2500399

"......The one thing they are alleged to have done that is serious is hacking the servers of the Democratic National Committee. That’s a serious charge. It’s also completely unprovable, which makes it a brilliant political move by Mueller.
It’s a serious charge. But if any of the people charged with doing it were to show up in court, which is highly unlikely, their lawyers would demand to see the DNC’s servers so they could have their experts examine them. Mueller says Russians hacked them, but the servers have magically disappeared. So how can anyone be certain who hacked them, or if they were even really hacked at all?

Since none of those charged are going to show up in court, there will be no challenge to the allegation, no demand to see the evidence, and no legal embarrassment for Mueller when the charges are dropped because the key piece of evidence not only can’t be provided to the defense, it wasn’t even examined by the prosecutor. "

The point of indicting Russians who can't or won't appear in court is purely political theater.
It would be his worst nightmare if they showed up and said, ok, here we are - show us what you got.
 

PsyOps

Pixelated
The point of indicting Russians who can't or won't appear in court is purely political theater.
It would be his worst nightmare if they showed up and said, ok, here we are - show us what you got.
Or, perhaps they would show up to provide proof of Trump collusion. :evil:
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
But if any of the people charged with doing it were to show up in court, which is highly unlikely, their lawyers would demand to see the DNC’s servers so they could have their experts examine them. Mueller says Russians hacked them, but the servers have magically disappeared.


Except when the Russians showed up, and called Mullers Bluff
 

Sapidus

Active Member
The timing of the announcement of the 12 indictments is not a coincidence, and not a big surprise. So, over this crap. Go, Trump! Tell Putin hey from me. Safe travels, Mr. President.
Do you not realize what a idiot you sound like? Supporting Putin who directed staff and funds to disrupt our election and cheering for it. And you call yourself a patriot?
 

This_person

Well-Known Member
Do you not realize what a idiot you sound like? Supporting Putin who directed staff and funds to disrupt our election and cheering for it. And you call yourself a patriot?
Were you upset when Obama did the exact same thing as Putin? Did you find him the same kind of problem for Israel you think Putin is for us?
 

Kyle

Imagine No Democrats
PREMO Member
[video=youtube_share;XsFR8DbSRQE]https://youtu.be/XsFR8DbSRQE[/video]
 

This_person

Well-Known Member
Saw this, this morning on my way in ..

https://townhall.com/columnists/derekhunter/2018/07/15/a-russian-ham-sandwich-n2500399

"......The one thing they are alleged to have done that is serious is hacking the servers of the Democratic National Committee. That’s a serious charge. It’s also completely unprovable, which makes it a brilliant political move by Mueller.
It’s a serious charge. But if any of the people charged with doing it were to show up in court, which is highly unlikely, their lawyers would demand to see the DNC’s servers so they could have their experts examine them. Mueller says Russians hacked them, but the servers have magically disappeared. So how can anyone be certain who hacked them, or if they were even really hacked at all?

Since none of those charged are going to show up in court, there will be no challenge to the allegation, no demand to see the evidence, and no legal embarrassment for Mueller when the charges are dropped because the key piece of evidence not only can’t be provided to the defense, it wasn’t even examined by the prosecutor. "

The point of indicting Russians who can't or won't appear in court is purely political theater.
It would be his worst nightmare if they showed up and said, ok, here we are - show us what you got.
I did not know that we had a treaty with Russia (signed in 1999) that allows someone like Mueller to request an interview with these 12 individuals. The fact that surely former FBI Director Mueller knew of this treaty and chose NOT to interview those folks tells us that the indictments are indeed nothing but political theater.
 

PsyOps

Pixelated
I did some checking this morning. Trump still not a target of the investigation. Still no collusion. I did hear that Mueller is prepared to indict every American except Trump. Weird.
 

Sapidus

Active Member
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