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originally posted by: burntheships
a reply to: shooterbrody
He knows that he has to try for public sympathy.
Before he faces the jury.
This is a Federal Prosecutor's recommendation,
that means she feels confidant they can convict.
They can also add more charges as time goes on,
kind of like the Mueller show.
originally posted by: PilSungMtnMan
a reply to: Fallingdown
- who above the US Attorney will give the “pick him up” order?
- will CNN pay for his defense attorney?
- who is next?
IF he’s getting arrested it’s early Friday morning or late Friday afternoon/evening; IMO.
The Justice Department may release a tranche of documents before the public gets a chance to see the DOJ inspector general's report on alleged government surveillance abuses.
The Hill's John Solomon told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday his sources are telling him that "important" records could be released sometime this month.
"To get how bad the situation is, you need those documents to be declassified," the investigative reporter said. "We've been talking about those buckets for a long time. I am hearing that the Justice Department is nearing a decision to release 10 or 12 of the most important documents before the ... IG report comes out, that will allow all of us to see how bad it was before we see the IG's conclusions. I think that could happen later this month."