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originally posted by: projectvxn
What would you call declining to prosecute if not letting him off the hook?
originally posted by: tanstaafl
No. Just no.
You apparently don't understand the difference between being acquainted with someone, and being friends.
originally posted by: LordAhriman
Do friends or acquaintances have private parties at Mar a Lago? Trump, Epstein, and 28 girls. No other attendees. Look it up.
Barr only declined to prosecute - for now - him for leaking his memos (classified info).
I simply cannot - yet - give up on the chance that at least some real justice is on its way.
The Belgians stood up and marched until something was done about the Dutroux affair
September 1, 2017
. Despite this, no progress was ever made in the investigation of crimes related to the Dutroux case, and calls for transparency went unanswered.
In the end, the only answer to the known and unknown victims of Dutroux was the same: a resounding silence.
" I beleive he (Clinton) has a lot of trouble coming over his visits to that island . " That's what Trump said , and that was before Epstein was arrested . What pans out , good or bad , will come down to whose side Trump takes
Prosecuting Hillary Clinton
Before: "Lock her up" was one of the main rallying cries of Mr Trump's supporters.
They wanted to see Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in prison over the use of her private email server while secretary of state.
And Mr Trump was more than willing to back their calls for, at the very least, a fresh investigation. During the debates, he told Mrs Clinton: "If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation."
After: The president-elect's tone changed almost as soon as he had won, describing the woman he had said was "such a nasty woman" as someone the country owed "a debt of gratitude". Later, he said he "hadn't given [the prosecution] a lot of thought" and had other priorities.
On 22 November, Mr Trump's spokeswoman said he would not pursue a further investigation - to help Mrs Clinton "heal".
originally posted by: jidnum
a reply to: Ironclad1964
What's the difference between what you are saying and others are saying? What you said is speculation as well.
You literally just said that he gave all the info he needed to give and off'd him self because of shame. Do you have proof of that? If not, that's what you call....as you say.....Speculation.