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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: crankyoldman
cranky, a few thoughts on the latest Comey picture:
a) The road ahead is dead straight,
b) He is standing just where a single dashed yellow line changes to a double yellow dashed and full line,
c) Notice where his feet are pointing... to a red tree on the left... and to a power line junction box and corn field on the right, (this brings to mind post #3106: the tree left half burning, right half dead wood),
d) There is a red triangle with a dot in the middle immediately behind him and facing away from him,
e) He is wearing all brown top and pants, with black and white trainers.
originally posted by: MountainLaurel
Even the Chicken knew not to stand in the middle of the road !
Comey's a strange one, I wonder who's taking his ominous pics ? Is he saying he's turned his back to the " accident " that did or will occur ?
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: MountainLaurel
It's hard to understand ML..I would go back to the cornfield photo as a starter. IMO Comey feels he has been left out to dry.
His Pics seem to show him in an isolated place in which he has no help.
R. Kelly’s lawyer has demanded law enforcement officials preserve all communications between Cook County prosecutors and embattled celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti.
Citing concern over Avenatti’s recent indictment for allegedly attempting to extort millions from Nike and referencing State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s handling of charges against “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett, defense attorney Steve Greenberg, filed a motion that requires prosecutors, police and the state’s witnesses to save their communications with Avenatti.
Talking to reporters after a brief hearing on Monday, Greenberg said the prosecutors’ case against Kelly appear to lean heavily on accusations leveled by Avenatti and the women he is representing. Avenatti’s extortion case has shown “how he operates,” Greenberg said.
“We’ve already seen that State’s Attorney Foxx has conversations with people about pending cases, pending investigations,” Greenberg said after the brief hearing Monday. “I want to know what conversations she had with Avenatti about this case, and these facts, and what occurred.”
The tangled web and Oprah kept repeating, this isn't about Michael Jackson but it's about our whole world and what's happening right now. Paraphrasing. It's some soft disclosure.
ATLANTA (AP) — Oprah Winfrey says she's not interested in a presidential bid despite Democrats' continuing buzz about the billionaire media icon. Winfrey tells InStyle magazine in a newly published interview that she hears the encouragement but doesn't "have the DNA" for a White House run. She says she's "very secure and confident" in her life already.