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Everyone in the choreography was in on it and it was obvious so the people were split into two groups, those that suspended disbelief and enjoyed watching and those who said that is fake an stopped watching after noticing.
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Also, the government must have a plan for how it will find and remove any documents covered by attorney-client privilege before it seeks a warrant. A judge, special master or “privilege team,” often comprised of assistant U.S. attorneys, staff and FBI analysts, can remove the documents in question.
Members of the “privilege team,” which is also referred to as the “dirty team,” operate separately from the investigation team, often referred to as “the clean team,” that is assigned to the attorney search, says Ken White, a former federal prosecutor who now does white-collar criminal defense work at Brown White & Osborn in Los Angeles and blogs at Popehat.
“If a judge decides that [the clean team] reviewed attorney-client information, a case can be dismissed. You want to wall off the people who are going to evaluate the evidence and prosecute the case from the people who are going to initially review documents,” says White, who wrote a blog post and a New York Times opinion about the search of Cohen’s office.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: pavil
I have to say, no matter what side a person might be on, that the lack of charges to date brought against Cohen is very disturbing. Lots of approvals were needed for that raid, and since it breached or appeared to breach attorney-client privilege of the POTUS's own attorney, then probable cause must have been extremely high, and therefore an arrest imminent, but, no arrest at least not yet.
If there's nothing there to rise to the level of a serious felony charge, then whoever ordered or signed off on or executed that raid should be in a heap of trouble.
Was it done in part to somehow compromise the President? Isn't that a crime?