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MZakOne 10 points ago +10 / -0

He has them anyway. The judge is just outing himself. The NSA has everything.

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MZakOne 3 points ago +3 / -0

The military is the only way.

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MSRN281 10 points ago +10 / -0

Ahhhh! The military IS the only way!!

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jasqid 9 points ago +9 / -0

At what point can we just remove the blind fold from lady justice and let her serve it up?

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Tewdryg 6 points ago +6 / -0

This seals it in my opinion. The Sussman case is now narrowed to Sussman's false statement to the FBI.

Recall that former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith, pleaded guilty to a false statement offense stemming from his altering of an email in connection with the submission of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (“FISA”) application. Klinesmith was sentenced to 12 months probation and 400 hours of community service. I suspect Sussman will see something comparable. Some probation and community service.

The ruling also potentially destroys leverage to get Sussman to flip and tell all.

Unless Durham files new charges against Sussman, the leverage he sought is destroyed. To me, the order for subpoenaed documents viewed by 'court camera' was throttling Durhams's investigation. The earlier ruling should have been the Fusion GPS subpoenaed documents being sent to Durham carte blanche for his review. Not for a Judge to review over the shoulder of a special counsel. This bleeds control for a predetermined outcome. That is, the Demwit's narrative there was never a conspiracy.

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Tewdryg 3 points ago +3 / -0

Also does this mean Sussman's false statement to the FBI is also beyond the statutory limitation requirement?

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Lord_Moo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only if he can't prove that the act is ongoing, in which case, statutes of limitation start over to the last criminal act, so it's extended so long as he can prove it persisted.

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Themis595 5 points ago +5 / -0

The consequences of this are? Help me out here please.

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Tewdryg 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'm assuming this is judge Cooper who denied Durham the Fusion GPS emails. This is especially odd because Cooper previously ordered GPS Fusion provide Durham the documents to be viewed by 'court camera'. They were in fact provided, to which the judge limited Durham to only documents pertaining to Sussman's case of making false statements to the FBI.

The conspiracy aspect involving Sussman lying to the FBI as part of a coordinated effort by Mr. Elias, Fusion GPS; the defendant; Mr. Joffe; and several computer researchers working at Mr. Joffe’s direction is now destroyed from the legal angle of Sussman. In other word, the judge basically said Durham's case against Sussman lying to the FBI was part of a conspiracy has been rejected. The Sussman case is now narrowed to Sussman's false statement to the FBI.

Recall that former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith, pleaded guilty to a false statement offense stemming from his altering of an email in connection with the submission of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (“FISA”) application. Klinesmith was sentenced to 12 months probation and 400 hours of community service. I suspect Sussman will see something comparable. Some probation and community service.

The ruling also potentially destroys leverage to get Sussman to flip and tell all.

Unless Durham files new charges against Sussman, the leverage he sought is destroyed. To me, the order for subpoenaed documents viewed by 'court camera' was a tell-tale sign this judge was throttling Durhams's investigation. The earlier ruling should have been the Fusion GPS subpoenaed documents being sent to Durham carte blanche for his review. Not for a Judge to review over the shoulder of a special counsel. This bleeds control for a predetermined outcome. That is, the Demwit's narrative there was never a conspiracy.

Are to believe the Russia collusion against Trump, which has been proven to be false, and enabled FISA spying on his campaign and presidency to be just 'independent' acts of pursuing lawful investigation? The changing of 302s, the lying to FISA judges to 'get' Trump was all one big mistake?

I expect Durham to have more ammunition against other perpetrators.

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Themis595 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you

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ToxicLibertyism 4 points ago +4 / -0

Durham needs to do what Mueller did to Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, and just bust up into the office, and take what he wants by force. "Attorney/Client privilege is irrelevant based on the precedence set by the Mueller SC investigation, your honor, now look at the evidence; and shove it straight up your swampy ass."

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MetalThatMatters 3 points ago +3 / -0

I know every one is expecting something from Durham but ... #MilitaryIsTheOnlyWay

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Starseed 1 point ago +1 / -0

So what happens if durham produces nothing? Whos gonna be the one to say military/ state militias are the only way?

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MetalThatMatters 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good question. I just read Brian Cates' take on this afternoons happenings. Perhaps Cooper isn't the swamp rat I figured he is. I just have zero confidence in the judicial system as a whole.

We shall see.

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Zeitreise 0 points ago +1 / -1

Have you considered running for office and making the demand yourself?

Government is made up of people. People who coordinating together at lower levels can rip the federal gov't and state gov't to shreds.

Research your rights.

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Starseed 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you considered running for office and making the demand yourself?

Yes.

Though I do not have the means to do so right now, mainly because of my age, but with God is my witness I am making preparations.