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In any legal venue, virtually each of those who’ve testified would have their testimonies ruled inadmissible.
Despite his divisiveness, I think he’d have an NFL job if he could read defenses at NFL speed. D coordinators figured out how to scheme against him and he ended up on the bench soon afterwards. It should be noted, that he didn’t start his sitting and kneeling and anti-police protestations until he was riding the proverbial pine. So, I think it’s fair to say his problem is two-fold – Teams would rather avoid the controversy he carries and he’s a so-so quarterback.
No joy, here. Just sad reality.
Those children were committed to ISIS and it’s goals. Bonus deaths.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State group is dead after being targeted by a U.S. military raid in Syria. As U.S. forces bore down on him, al-Baghdadi fled into a tunnel with three of his children and detonated a suicide vest.
So, here’s the thing. If the FBI, the DOJ, CIA, or the Keystone Kops, in the pursuit of evidence of a crime, actually break the law in the process, they can and should be held accountable. They are not above the law. If, in my days as a prosecutor, I knew you were a heroin dealer but I needed evidence in order to indict you, try you in a court of law and hopefully convict you. However, if I decide to break in to your apartment to acquire that evidence without a search warrant the evidence is worthless as it would fall under the Exclusionary Rule. And I can be prosecuted for B&E and more. No matter how noble my goal, my actions are outside of the law. Get it?
Huh? Please point out when I haven’t done so.
The two, impeachment and the Durham inquiry, are not mutually exclusive and both should continue to their natural conclusions.
Sorry if you dislike my analysis of the situation, but you’re relying on your hatred of Trump to steer your opinion. Mine is based on knowledge of the law and the available information and a smattering of insider dope from a friend at the US Attorney’s office in Boston. All the whining and lying in the world from Trump and his army cannot provide indictments. That will happen through a Grand Jury. And if the Grand Jury indicts, there was plenty of proof that a crime(s) was committed. The fact that Trump has committed crimes does not mean that others, even if they were trying to uncover those crimes, did not. If Barr erroneously allowed this to be elevated to a criminal investigation without sufficient evidence from Durham, et al, then we’ll know soon enough. From what I know, I’m betting that there was some malfeasance on the part of the FBI and at least one person is going to be indicted, probably more. If I’m wrong, I’m wrong and I’ll happily own it.