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But my guess is this story doesn't quite add up. It's likely digital, so retaining a copy could be done without having to "give it back" for lack of better terms
originally posted by: DJMSN
a reply to: carewemust
Well, thru the normal discovery process. The government must provide an inventory of all evidence obtained. The lawyers are asking for the selfie to be released but Team Mueller has denied the request on grounds of national security. The defendant is asking the judge to have Team Mueller to explain how a nude selfie that has zero to do with any of the charges, is going to harm national security.
Nothing normal as far as discovery in this case. Team Mueller has thus far refused to turn over anything other than a outline of evidence. Team Mueller has already informed the court that no classified material is part of the case which is why Concord attorneys are questioning the one party discussions between Team Mueller and the judge which they want and is unprecedented, and that Team Muellers case precedent presented is faulty and bears no relation to their arguments.
Team Mueller knows it is a junk case, only brought to continue the narrative. They never believed it would be answered, now that it is, they realize that the discover process would reveal details of other materials in the other cases which could prove they have nothing in the whole affair to begin with other than smoke and mirrors and the occasional leaks which continue to always support the established narrative which seems to be collapsing.
originally posted by: Bhadhidar
Could it be a frame capture of a video?
Perhaps a certain video allegedly shot in a certain Russian hotel showing a “person of interest” participating in particular fetishistic act with one or more other persons?
Such a photo would be of interest to the SC’s on-going investigation, would it not?
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: scrounger
How many of us could be blackmailed by someone with a nude photo of us?
If I was fooling around on my wife, and someone took a photo of it, maybe.
But a picture of me in my birthday suit wouldn't get the blackmailer anywhere, LOL.