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originally posted by: Shadowbanned
a reply to: yuppa
Sounds to me like the OP is trying to get ahead of the curve by dismissing possible evidence of a crime based on a technicality. If trump committed a crime then what does it matter if the evidence was obtained illegally? Is someone no longer guilty of a crime just because the evidence of the crime was obtained illegally?
originally posted by: Fallingdown
I’ve been looking into this a little more. The left-leaning mainstream media and lawyers are saying this doesn’t apply because it was not the main reason for the warrant .
I don’t agree with that. Even if it comes out that it wasn’t the main reason it was still weighed on the decision .
There was a source from the the right. It was from May 2019 in which they claimed malicious reason.
Those could both be reasons for ruling the evidence inadmissible . IMO