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Trump was demanding justice for the Jeffrey Epstein victims in 2012

 
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With comeys daughter as the prosecutor what could go wrong?
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Prosecutor LOL

Thread: Dershowitz on Hannity No Show tonite.

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With comeys daughter as the prosecutor what could go wrong?
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Exactly - I am somehow expecting this to throw a wrench in the works of the prosecution. Not sure how and only a feeling but this is not a good sign for a successful prosecution.

Almost as if the radical left is throwing Epstein and Bill Clinton under the bus to get to Trump. I think it might be to pressure Hillary out of some of her blackmail material - hard to say.

Read earlier that Bill Clinton openly said today he flew 4 times on Epsteins plane, yet flight logs show 26 times. That has got to come out at some point. Not like Bill has never publicly lied on national TV before... oh wait... LOL.
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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.
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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

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But the walls!! The walls are closing in on Trump!


THE WALLS!!! THE WAAAAAAAAAAALLS!!!!!

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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

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But the walls!! The walls are closing in on Trump!


THE WALLS!!! THE WAAAAAAAAAAALLS!!!!!

5a
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I know... right? LOL

This is so going to backfire on the left.

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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

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Think I know why Dershowitz No-Showitzed Hannity tonight.

On Nov. 28, 2018, when the Miami Herald revealed that, in 2008, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers, a group that included Dershowitz, had pressured then-U.S. attorney Alexander Acosta—now serving as Donald Trump's labor secretary—into negotiating a sweetheart plea deal for the billionaire financier, who was accused of molesting more than 100 underage girls.

Since that news broke, Dershowitz has appeared on Fox News a total of 27 times. Not once has anyone on the network asked him about his client or his connection to the secret plea deal a judge has since declared illegal.

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Yeah you fuckers on the left are guilty as fuck and you know it.

And Trump did give evidence against epstein and did kick his ass off his property

 Quoting: Jake


Now, now play fair. I'm not guilty of any legal or political malfeasance.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76871995



If you are covering up for Pedophiles under God's law

you are bearing false witness and are as guilty as the predator.
 Quoting: Jake


If I am? are you accusing me of that ??

Or did you mean to say if anyone. I hope that's what you meant bc I'm growing tired of seeing fact finding exchanges turn into fingers being pointed which is absurd on the internet.

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Some on this planet think having a 12yo wife is a good thing. Most in the USA do not. Your views are your own but do not conform to the legal standard in the USA of abusing underage girls.

Yes laws vary from State to State but Epstein did not remain in any one State, thus this is a Federal case.

Your views again are your own but the standard for decency in the USA is to -not- abuse or take advantage of young girls. Your view appears to be in defense of taking advantage of young girls, hence the pushback.
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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76890717


Think I know why Dershowitz No-Showitzed Hannity tonight.

On Nov. 28, 2018, when the Miami Herald revealed that, in 2008, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers, a group that included Dershowitz, had pressured then-U.S. attorney Alexander Acosta—now serving as Donald Trump's labor secretary—into negotiating a sweetheart plea deal for the billionaire financier, who was accused of molesting more than 100 underage girls.

Since that news broke, Dershowitz has appeared on Fox News a total of 27 times. Not once has anyone on the network asked him about his client or his connection to the secret plea deal a judge has since declared illegal.

[link to www.thedailybeast.com (secure)]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76871995


Like most who cite 'ongoing investigation', since Epsteins arrest occured today, makes sense.

As for not those on FOX not asking? So what? No different than your favorite CNN/MSNBC etc. etc.. networks not asking Hillary/Obama/Holder.... etc about their crimes.
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You don't clean up a global sex slave trade by punishing one minion every 10 years or so, looks good on paper though.
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Re: Trump was demanding justice for the Jeffrey Epstein victims in 2012
Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

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Think I know why Dershowitz No-Showitzed Hannity tonight.

On Nov. 28, 2018, when the Miami Herald revealed that, in 2008, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers, a group that included Dershowitz, had pressured then-U.S. attorney Alexander Acosta—now serving as Donald Trump's labor secretary—into negotiating a sweetheart plea deal for the billionaire financier, who was accused of molesting more than 100 underage girls.

Since that news broke, Dershowitz has appeared on Fox News a total of 27 times. Not once has anyone on the network asked him about his client or his connection to the secret plea deal a judge has since declared illegal.

[link to www.thedailybeast.com (secure)]

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So Bill Clinton claims 4 times on the Lolita Express... flight logs show 26. Hmm..

Snip:

"In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation"


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You don't clean up a global sex slave trade by punishing one minion every 10 years or so, looks good on paper though.
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Completely agree. Very sad too.
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Court documents prove Trump had epstein removed from the property and permanently banned from entering way back in 08

On hannity tonight.

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Think I know why Dershowitz No-Showitzed Hannity tonight.

On Nov. 28, 2018, when the Miami Herald revealed that, in 2008, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers, a group that included Dershowitz, had pressured then-U.S. attorney Alexander Acosta—now serving as Donald Trump's labor secretary—into negotiating a sweetheart plea deal for the billionaire financier, who was accused of molesting more than 100 underage girls.

Since that news broke, Dershowitz has appeared on Fox News a total of 27 times. Not once has anyone on the network asked him about his client or his connection to the secret plea deal a judge has since declared illegal.

[link to www.thedailybeast.com (secure)]

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76871995


Like most who cite 'ongoing investigation', since Epsteins arrest occured today, makes sense.

As for not those on FOX not asking? So what? No different than your favorite CNN/MSNBC etc. etc.. networks not asking Hillary/Obama/Holder.... etc about their crimes.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt


I do my best not to offer an opinion in my comments - I believe this one above speaks for itself.

He was arrested Saturday night. Today he made his first court appearance.

And based on his not-guilty plea and his offer to talk in exchange for a 5 year sentence things could move pretty quickly, especially if others who could leave the country are fingered.

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Trump was given immunity as a potential co-conspirator and associate of Epstein as part of the original plea deal - which Trump's DOJ fought to keep.
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You dumb libtards are some most dense people I've ever encountered....

NEVER MIND the fact that the prosecutor in the case said that PRESIDENT TRUMP was the ONLY one to call him back in this case, and offer to help in any way he can... He wasn't given immunity, he HATES pedos...

Who's been arresting them since he's taken office? Who attacks him all the time...

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this shit out.

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Trump was given immunity as a potential co-conspirator and associate of Epstein as part of the original plea deal - which Trump's DOJ fought to keep.
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NO! Stupid fuck!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76448548


DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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NO! Stupid fuck!
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DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Vox.
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DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Vox.
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It's the facts. And you all will play your little kabuki stage show through the whole trial. Playing it out like you all always do - and when no one but Epstein goes down, you'll move on to something else to entertain the cattle. Epstein in their sacrifice to protect themselves from prosecution. Simeple. As That. Run along now.
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Thread: How long until the masses tie Epstein to Aquino and the Satanists in military covering up child abuse???
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NO! Stupid fuck!
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DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Judicial Activism is a norm to the left and embedded in their process. While the Right can be accused of the same it is far less of a chance to occur on the Right.

Considering Barr has recused himself this should speak volumes as to why 'Trumps DOJ' has not pursued this and let the normal appeals process take place. Also, 'Trumps DOJ' was without a Senate-confirmed replacement until recently, so refusing to act at that time is understandable.

VOX... oh pah-leeeeaaassseee......
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NO! Stupid fuck!
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DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Horse shit! You ASSUME but do not prove Trump was part of the plea deal that somehow granted him immunity.

I can assume shit all day long, asshole. Doesn't make it real. If you got EVIDENCE of your claims then show it.

If not, shut the fuck up with speculation dressed up as facts.

Motherfucker.

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DOJ argued for it and got it. The original deal stands and these new charges CANNOT be used to go after potential co-conspirators unless Epstein somehow provides substantial documented evidence and the government accepts it and goes after them. He won't do that.

Since the new charges only apply to Epstein, it's clear that the fed government is simply trying to protect bigger fish than Epstein who, rightfully, is being taken down. Trump Admin isn't 'taking down the network' - his Admin is protecting it by sacrificing Epstein and others to protect themselves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Judicial Activism is a norm to the left and embedded in their process. While the Right can be accused of the same it is far less of a chance to occur on the Right.

Considering Barr has recused himself this should speak volumes as to why 'Trumps DOJ' has not pursued this and let the normal appeals process take place. Also, 'Trumps DOJ' was without a Senate-confirmed replacement until recently, so refusing to act at that time is understandable.

VOX... oh pah-leeeeaaassseee......
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clappa
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Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
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IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Vox.
pffft-spitsmoke
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It's the facts. And you all will play your little kabuki stage show through the whole trial. Playing it out like you all always do - and when no one but Epstein goes down, you'll move on to something else to entertain the cattle. Epstein in their sacrifice to protect themselves from prosecution. Simeple. As That. Run along now.
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The "facts".....
pffft-spitsmoke
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Did Judge Marra rule on that?

You did lie about Trump, so your credibility is at zero at this point.

I will say that the NPA Acosta made in this case is disgusting, and beyond belief. That slug should be fired already. Trump is too loyal at times, and this is one of them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77686546


IT doesn't matter what Marra ruled in terms of the original 'non prosecution' agreement.

The DOJ - TRUMP's DOJ - REFUSED to invalidate the plea deal. Comprehend that and what it means? OF course you do. You're a real shill.

In February, a federal judge ruled the non-prosecution agreement to be unconstitutional. US District Judge Kenneth A. Marra said that the deal violated the 30-plus accusers’ right to speak with prosecutors about the terms of the arrangement.

But in late June, the Department of Justice declined to invalidate that deal. Prior to this decision, accusers had hoped Marra’s ruling would lead to the case being reopened.

The new indictment could provide something of an opportunity to relitigate the accusations Epstein has long faced, albeit in a different state.



The social connections, in particular, have been crucial to helping Epstein avoid prosecution. The financier met many a powerful person as an investment banker at Bear Stearns, and later as the head of his own financial firm that exclusively caters to billionaires. He once described the famous people with whom he associates as a “collection,” and his well-connected lawyers, Kenneth Starr and Alan Dershowitz, were key to his light sentencing in the 2008 federal case. But some of these friends have also been implicated in his alleged abuse, write Coaston and North:

These friends may not be able to help Epstein this time, however. They are shielded from prosecution thanks to immunity granted to “any potential co-conspirators” under the terms of his Miami deal, meaning they have little incentive to cooperate with prosecutors or to involve themselves in Epstein’s current charges on his behalf. While the deal was in doubt for a time due to a ruling by a federal judge that found it unconstitutional, the Justice Department has defended it.


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...at the end of the day, Epstein will get a larger sentence and all of those who participated with him won't be touched. It's that simple. Trump walks unscathed. Clinton walks unscathed. The British royal scum walk away. All of them. Walking away. Except the scapegoat they throw under the bus to be sacrificed for themselves and their own involvement, participation, and continued behaviors of predation.
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Vox.
pffft-spitsmoke
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It's the facts. And you all will play your little kabuki stage show through the whole trial. Playing it out like you all always do - and when no one but Epstein goes down, you'll move on to something else to entertain the cattle. Epstein in their sacrifice to protect themselves from prosecution. Simeple. As That. Run along now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77798856


You going somewhere? You got some reason to call the game in the first quarter? Play it out and see if the fat lady sings.

You and nearly all us are observers, not players. So why deceive yourself that your concern is going to move pieces on the field?
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Expecting the troll/shill 1-stars and any who do not want the truth out there. Bracing for red (hate) karma but this issue too important to so many.


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Less than 10% of article:

....It should be noted that Epstein’s controversial deal with the DOJ was initiated by the former Bush-era DOJ and then later upheld by the then-Obama administration. And you want to know who the FBI Director was at the time who participated in that Epstein-friendly agreement?

None other than Robert Mueller. (Again, the far-left media has said NOTHING about this.) Epstein’s many political ties, though largely Democrat Party-friendly, are politically interconnected and international in nature and many now feel he was the recipient of some very powerful Deep-State protection—the very same Deep State that has been working so hard to try and destroy President Trump.
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Trumps third hand masturbates his tiny teeny...


SHOCKING!!!!

trump-NOpervs

When Trump see's a 7 year old child..."In 10 more years I will be dating you...

Trump goes in for the kill...10 yr. old

:trump-NOpervs


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Op get rid of this derailing shill.

Control your thread.

Thanks.
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Less than 10% of article:

....It should be noted that Epstein’s controversial deal with the DOJ was initiated by the former Bush-era DOJ and then later upheld by the then-Obama administration. And you want to know who the FBI Director was at the time who participated in that Epstein-friendly agreement?

None other than Robert Mueller. (Again, the far-left media has said NOTHING about this.) Epstein’s many political ties, though largely Democrat Party-friendly, are politically interconnected and international in nature and many now feel he was the recipient of some very powerful Deep-State protection—the very same Deep State that has been working so hard to try and destroy President Trump.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt




Trumps third hand masturbates his tiny teeny...


SHOCKING!!!!

trump-NOpervs

When Trump see's a 7 year old child..."In 10 more years I will be dating you...

Trump goes in for the kill...10 yr. old

:trump-NOpervs


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77676381


Op get rid of this derailing shill.

Control your thread.

Thanks.
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Seriously. Puto is mad cause he's gotta mow all that grass at Mar Lago tommorow.
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Less than 10% of article:

....It should be noted that Epstein’s controversial deal with the DOJ was initiated by the former Bush-era DOJ and then later upheld by the then-Obama administration. And you want to know who the FBI Director was at the time who participated in that Epstein-friendly agreement?

None other than Robert Mueller. (Again, the far-left media has said NOTHING about this.) Epstein’s many political ties, though largely Democrat Party-friendly, are politically interconnected and international in nature and many now feel he was the recipient of some very powerful Deep-State protection—the very same Deep State that has been working so hard to try and destroy President Trump.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt




Trumps third hand masturbates his tiny teeny...


SHOCKING!!!!

trump-NOpervs

When Trump see's a 7 year old child..."In 10 more years I will be dating you...

Trump goes in for the kill...10 yr. old

:trump-NOpervs


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Op get rid of this derailing shill.

Control your thread.

Thanks.
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Done.
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Prosecutors argue that they were "trying to help" the victims!

Contrary to claims by attorneys representing two of Epstein’s victims in a lawsuit against the federal government, Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie Villafana said she and her superiors were trying to help the traumatized young women when they agreed to let Epstein plead guilty to state prostitution charges.

Less than 50%

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Just because YOU donít believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou, donít make you safe; No !

The Constitution is a blend of 'moral certitude' -- which is one of the reasons that criminals are determined to be rid of it and We the People must be even more determined to defend it.

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine

The only thing the Illuminati fears is an independent person who can live, eat, sleep, stay warm and defend themselves separate from Federal help. Pray that the Lord gives us more time! The End is near and time is short!

A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. ~Proverbs 18:2


For those who understand, no explanation is needed. For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible

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Robert Mueller aka Alex Acosta?

Why is Acosta's name all over the non-prosecution agreement OP?

Can you provide a link that ties Mueller directly to the plea agreement?

I've already seen Cernovich's valiant effort to gather docs from the original case - highly redacted.

Trump may have demanded justice for those child victims and rightly so - a lot of people should have.

Unfortunately he hired Acosta (who I suspect will quit tomorrow) and who Trump had to have known signed the papers stopping any real Justice.

Juile K. Brown is primarily responsible for this turn of events - she DID the work the prosecutors should have back in 2007 while Acosta was busy making deals with Epstein's law team.

And NO I don't believe Trump is involved with Epstein's girls.

'Perversion of Justice'
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Thread: Feds Struggle to Explain Sweetheart Deal for Pedo-Jeffery Epstein
Prosecutors argue that they were "trying to help" the victims!

Contrary to claims by attorneys representing two of Epstein’s victims in a lawsuit against the federal government, Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie Villafana said she and her superiors were trying to help the traumatized young women when they agreed to let Epstein plead guilty to state prostitution charges.

Less than 50%

[link to www.palmbeachpost.com]
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich

Just because YOU donít believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou, donít make you safe; No !

The Constitution is a blend of 'moral certitude' -- which is one of the reasons that criminals are determined to be rid of it and We the People must be even more determined to defend it.

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine

The only thing the Illuminati fears is an independent person who can live, eat, sleep, stay warm and defend themselves separate from Federal help. Pray that the Lord gives us more time! The End is near and time is short!

A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. ~Proverbs 18:2


For those who understand, no explanation is needed. For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible

"A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle" - James Keller

Checkd, Keked, and Rekt!
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Robert Mueller aka Alex Acosta?

Why is Acosta's name all over the non-prosecution agreement OP?

Can you provide a link that ties Mueller directly to the plea agreement?

I've already seen Cernovich's valiant effort to gather docs from the original case - highly redacted.

Trump may have demanded justice for those child victims and rightly so - a lot of people should have.

Unfortunately he hired Acosta (who I suspect will quit tomorrow) and who Trump had to have known signed the papers stopping any real Justice.

Juile K. Brown is primarily responsible for this turn of events - she DID the work the prosecutors should have back in 2007 while Acosta was busy making deals with Epstein's law team.

And NO I don't believe Trump is involved with Epstein's girls.

'Perversion of Justice'
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It will be interesting to see who all goes down for not following long established due process.

Big cases like this push all our buttons in one way or another. This is why due process exists to cut through all the emotions and stick to what is a tried and true means to process any case. Sadly this due process was not followed.

Mueller was definately FBI head at that time and I think Holder was the AG - not sure so open to correction on that part. All those involved will be dragged back in somehow for new vetting so 'Due Process' can be done.

How it turns out, well, that remains to be seen. Am voting for rope on this one though for Epstein.
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Less than 10% of article:

....It should be noted that Epstein’s controversial deal with the DOJ was initiated by the former Bush-era DOJ and then later upheld by the then-Obama administration. And you want to know who the FBI Director was at the time who participated in that Epstein-friendly agreement?

None other than Robert Mueller. (Again, the far-left media has said NOTHING about this.) Epstein’s many political ties, though largely Democrat Party-friendly, are politically interconnected and international in nature and many now feel he was the recipient of some very powerful Deep-State protection—the very same Deep State that has been working so hard to try and destroy President Trump.
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bull$hit, bitch.
Prosecutor Acosta of Florida let Epstein WALK nearly a free man. Big scandal in FL when it happened. the Drumpster hired Acosta as Sec of Labor. Sounds like payback or honor among thieves.
wtfu dunce
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Trump was given immunity as a potential co-conspirator and associate of Epstein as part of the original plea deal - which Trump's DOJ fought to keep.
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These shills are just like those flying critters in the wizard of oz...doing the bidding for the dark side.





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