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originally posted by: Fallingdown
What rock have you been living under for the last century? China, England , France and a whole list of others have toppled countries, set up regimes and supported puppets .
But it’s much easier to blame it on the evil Americans when you put blinders on .
originally posted by: dawnstar
I imagine they investigated it deeply, tried to find any holes in their security that could be closed, and well, sought to find out if any citizens or gov't officials of that country assisted in the act!!!
originally posted by: Mahogany
originally posted by: xuenchen
Lawyer(s) for the Russian company claim there is no law against election interfering !! 😃
I don't get this. Why is there a smiley face there?
Are you actually rooting for the Russians to be able to keep interfering in our elections? That excites you? I know this is an international forum so you could be from anywhere, but why is this a good thing?
And for someone who seems to be very, very active here with a lot of posts and threads -- I think you're smarter than you make yourself appear. After a couple of years in the press you can't spell "Mueller" correctly, even though it's also in the title and in the quote?
Smells fishy in here.
originally posted by: soberbacchus
a reply to: xuenchen
All I know is that the Special Counsel has interviewed Manafort 12 times for 6+ hours a pop in the past 2 weeks.
He has had a half dozen day long interviews with Trump's Attorney Cohen.
Roger Stone has been crapping himself for a couple months saying he expects to be indicted.
With Bobby 3 sticks doing what is right and holding off on any action until after the election, there are going to be some real fireworks in just a few weeks.
More at: www.cnn.com...
Chief Justice John Roberts on Sunday issued a temporary pause on an order holding an unnamed, foreign government-owned company in contempt over a mystery court case related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
The order puts on hold the contempt citation issued by a DC federal judge against the company related to a grand jury subpoena it received, but only long enough for the justices to decide whether they want to intervene in the case.
The company in the Supreme Court challenge has stayed secret---as has the grand jury proceeding it's related to. And both the company, prosecutors and the circuit court took pains to keep the identities of those involved in the case under wraps.
An entire floor of the DC federal courthouse was locked down by security on the morning of the company's appeal argument, so that the lawyers entering and leaving the courtroom would not be seen.