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originally posted by: LanceCorvette
originally posted by: FlyingFox
a reply to: LanceCorvette
No, Epstein is not the "accuser", that is the victim.
I stand by my post. He's "gone", and the state has all his evidence. Not good for the other criminals.
It's like witness protection, except he's not going to testify.
The Defence has to present witnesses on their own, not ask the prosecution for them. In this case, nada.
I've been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. This just isn't correct. If he's alive and evidence that he created (videos for example, or an informant saying "Epstein told me that Bob was at that party and did ...") is being used to prosecute *a different* defendant, then Epstein is the "accuser" - his evidence is being used to prosecute someone else. The defense is entitled to cross examine - "confront" - Epstein's statements or actions if he's alive.
And the defense is absolutely entitled to know if he's still alive, because there are rules about how evidence is used or if it's even allowed at trial depending on whether a person who either has first-hand knowlede of an event, or who created the non-testimonial evidence, is alive or not.
Next, the defense has *zero* burden to present witnessses. It's always the government's job to prove its case. And what happens if the defense needs Epstein to testify to the defendant's innocence? "No, Bob actually wasn't at that party" but the government has lied and said Epstein is dead? The government can't just keep witnesses from the defense if the defense needs those witnesses.
Last, if he's alive and the government is telling the defense he isn't, that's misconduct that will result in an overturned verdict if the secondary defendants are found guilty, because of the points I made above.
originally posted by: dashen
All I'm saying is look at the results.
I'm not talking about ATS.
But worldwide Q has managed to build a large group of disenchanted and pissed off people under one Banner.
They are pissed off at government corruption and the global cabal of perverts and occultists in charge of most governments.
So what is the resolution to this?
You have a bunch of pissed-off angry people ready to go. What are they going to do?
Think about it
Byrne, who founded Overstock 20 years ago, has been in hot water since he responded to claims of his involvement in the federal government’s investigation into the 2016 election. The announcement sent Overstock’s shares tumbling more than 30% over the following days.”
originally posted by: carewemust
Can you believe the Department of Justice is still defending Hillary Clinton to this very day?
originally posted by: PioneerFigureSkating
a reply to: carewemust
This is really starting to bug me. I mentioned this yesterday about Judicial Watch going after the deposition in regards to the email investigation. 1) Man, those folks at JW kick butt!
BUT 2) Where in the HELL is William Barr??! Why is this being allowed? FFS. I'm starting to think he isn't as great as Trump makes him out to be.
I'm feeling dejected today, y'all. How long are we going to have to wait to see some GD progress? All I've seen from Barr so far is stonewalling. Refusing to prosecute deep state players. His dad seems to have been cohorts with Epstein possibly. Allowing his lawyers to stonewall Judicial Watch in regards to Clinton.
Sometimes I think of Q saying "the streets will no longer be safe for them."
Huh? Doesn't this imply that the courts aren't going to take care of this? If the damn DOJ would just do their jobs we wouldn't have to worry about these SOBs being ON the streets!