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Trump has made a mockery of the Justice System and the 11th Circuit might shut that down and then what's he going to do?
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Sep 21, 2022 10:08:31   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.

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Sep 21, 2022 10:13:31   #
GoldBone215
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)


Nothing says desperate like CNN 😵‍💫🥴😩😫😂😂Trump living rent free in the cranial cavity of democrats is priceless, and last time we checked he’s not on the ballot in November 😫😩🥴😵‍💫🙄

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Sep 21, 2022 10:16:34   #
pegw
 
Trump will delay, all the way up to the Supreme court, as long as he can. When I read Dearie's credentials, I wondered why Trump would choose someone who looked like they were competent. Aparently, he is.

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Sep 21, 2022 10:22:47   #
Bevvy
 
Putting aside momentarily the invaders , let's speak on the drugs that biden has underwritten . He has killed many thousands , some as young as 14 with his fentaynl . He is supposed to protect the states from this onslaught , but what is he actually doing ....nothing short of a total disregard . Yet on Jan 20 , 2021 , he raised one hand with his other on a Bible and swore to uphold the Constitution of the USA , which , now he has thrown out (both the Bible and the Constitution ) The Immoral , evil person that would stoop this low is nothing less than a tool of Satan bent on the destruction of the USA

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Sep 21, 2022 10:27:22   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
pegw wrote:
Trump will delay, all the way up to the Supreme court, as long as he can. When I read Dearie's credentials, I wondered why Trump would choose someone who looked like they were competent. Aparently, he is.


That MO of trump delaying isn’t working.
Everyone knows what he’s doing.

He should be gassing up the Plane for his midnite flight to the Eastern Bloc.

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Sep 21, 2022 10:53:41   #
Sonny Magoo Loc: Where pot pie is boiled in a kettle
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)


The only thing that Trump has made a mockery out of is youz.

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Sep 21, 2022 10:57:10   #
Big Bass
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)


Oh, no, say it ain’t so! Legal expert with politco! He had a traffic ticket once. That’s makes him their legal expert.

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Sep 21, 2022 11:27:48   #
JR-57 Loc: South Carolina
 
Milosia2 wrote:
That MO of trump delaying isn’t working.
Everyone knows what he’s doing.

He should be gassing up the Plane for his midnite flight to the Eastern Bloc.

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Sep 21, 2022 20:16:08   #
Ginny_Dandy Loc: Pacific Northwest
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)


FYI.


Kambree

@KamVTV
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BREAKING: a Federal appeals court has thrown out a January 6 subpoena against the RNC. They said there are “Important And Unsettled Constitutional Questions” about if the J6 Committee Is ‘Lawfully Constituted.”

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Sep 22, 2022 14:36:00   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)


Consecrate on ur sock puppet!

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Sep 22, 2022 15:26:01   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
pegw wrote:
Trump will delay, all the way up to the Supreme court, as long as he can. When I read Dearie's credentials, I wondered why Trump would choose someone who looked like they were competent. Aparently, he is.


Just another bogus bullshit tactic!

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Sep 22, 2022 15:26:42   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Milosia2 wrote:
That MO of trump delaying isn’t working.
Everyone knows what he’s doing.

He should be gassing up the Plane for his midnite flight to the Eastern Bloc.


Not going to happen ever

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Sep 22, 2022 16:16:32   #
billlingle
 
336Robin wrote:
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its own files in order to make a case its become hard for the 11th Circuit to justify holding up the system for a client whose lawyers don't want to support the claims the client made that those documents were declassified.

The Special Master route appears to be a trap of his own making. Privileges don't last forever.



Trump faces threat that 11th circuit might 'shut down' motions that go nowhere: legal expert


By Tom Boggioni

As Donald Trump's attorneys face a grilling from the special master appointed by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday, a former assistant U.S. Attorney turned white collar crime lawyer said the former president may find his legal pleadings over documents the FBI had to confiscate cut off much sooner then he might hope.

On Tuesday, the attorneys for Trump are expected to explain to special master Raymond Dearie, which documents the president claimed he declassified -- something his lawyers are already balking at doing.

As attorney Asha Rangappa explained to CNN's Poppy Harlow this morning, Trump's lawyers "... know what has happened to the attorneys who have come before them in other contexts and that they are unwilling to make assertions in court for which they can be held professionally and even potentially criminally liable."

According to a report from Politico, David Weinstein, who served in the Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney's office, the former president's appeals up the chain to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals may not only fall on deaf ears, but the court may serve notice to not waste its time.

As Weinstein explained, Cannon's ruling -- which has stalled the DOJ's investigation of obstruction and possible violations of the Espionage Act is an "early victory" for Trump, however, "When push comes to shove, I find it hard to believe that [Trump] will maintain his short term victory with a long term win."

He went on to add, "The bigger picture here is what precedent will the Eleventh Circuit set with their decision?” before continuing, "Will we see many more of these motions in the future, or will they shut down that avenue once and for all?”

You can read more from Politico here.
With the DOJ pressing to be able to examine its ow... (show quote)




Since we already know the 11th circuit's decision that point is moot. So the investigation goes on. Sure looks like the Trumpettes fell a bit short on recommending a "Special Master" as well. Surprisingly they chose a judge with character, integrity and a sound legal mind. Put those things together and the outcome cannot possibly come out in favor of the Fat Boy and it certainly didn't. It sure seems that the Fat Boy's run of luck is coming to an end and is being replaced with reality. The catastrophic decline could not go to a more deserving fellow.

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Sep 22, 2022 16:18:02   #
billlingle
 
GoldBone215 wrote:
Nothing says desperate like CNN 😵‍💫🥴😩😫😂😂Trump living rent free in the cranial cavity of democrats is priceless, and last time we checked he’s not on the ballot in November 😫😩🥴😵‍💫🙄



He may not be on the ballot but he certainly is on the docket.

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Sep 22, 2022 16:22:16   #
billlingle
 
pegw wrote:
Trump will delay, all the way up to the Supreme court, as long as he can. When I read Dearie's credentials, I wondered why Trump would choose someone who looked like they were competent. Aparently, he is.



As long as DOJ can continue their investigation using the seized docs then who cares who the Fat Boy appeals to? The seized docs will never be returned to him so that is a done deal as well. What, actually, would SCOTUS be asked to decide?

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