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originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: cherokeetroy
launches $1m goal for the full publication of the 'Mueller report'. All contributions to over the next seven days (from now until Friday 29 March 23:59 GMT) will be exclusively used to facilitate the full publication of the report. (link: shop....__._/donate) shop.__._/donate
Putin has called for a special session of The Russian Federal Assembly today 😎
originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: CoramDeo
I posted extensively about SEEDS OF PEACE a couple days ago...when it came to my attention that Nicholas J. Lewin's wife, Leslie Adelson Lewin is SOP's executive director.
MANY more connections to Epstein, Clinton Foundation, Podesta & Hollywood pervs.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Cesar Sayoc took a plea to 65 counts.
MSM didn't fail to mention the "Trump" and "violent" propaganda attached to his van.
Plea deal means no trial, and no "evidence".
Clown Terror in full effect.
originally posted by: ucanthandlethetruth
It’s being described as COUNTRY A in the documents, but is considered a “state-owned commercial company.”
Kinda perplexed at the moment on who this company or country might be.
In their March 2019 edition, National Law Journal wrote this regarding the case: (starts p. 18)Link
“I think, prior to this opinion, many lawyers probably assumed that the evidence held outside the U.S. by the [state-owned] entity would be largely—not entirely, but largely—immune from the reach of a U.S. grand jury.
The D.C. Circuit took remarkable measures to conceal the identity of the lawyers in the case and the identity of the state-owned company, closing an entire court- house floor in downtown Washington for oral arguments in December. For more than an hour, a U.S. marshal declined to let reporters pass through the hall.
There are regions in the world with many partially or fully state-owned companies engaged in commercial business,” Kim said. “To the extent these state- owned enterprises in these countries thought there was a question or uncertainty about whether or not they could be subject to the criminal process in the U.S., this decision, at least, says they are.” Kim said prosecutors in the past might not have been inclined to litigate a foreign, state-owned com- pany’s claims to immunity to a grand jury subpoena. “Now, prosecutors would be more likely to press, since they have a circuit court decision that they can point at to compel compliance or use in any litigation over the is- sue,” he said.
I’m pretty interested to see what the SC does regarding this secret company’s petition.