Numerous charges, pleas, and convictions resulting from Mueller investigation (amended) (2 Viewers)

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Washington (CNN)A federal grand jury in Washington, DC, on Friday approved the first charges in the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to sources briefed on the matter.

The charges are still sealed under orders from a federal judge. Plans were prepared Friday for anyone charged to be taken into custody as soon as Monday, the sources said. It is unclear what the charges are.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/27/politics/first-charges-mueller-investigation/index.html
 

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LOL at Sarah Sanders saying, "We'll see if Hillary Clinton blah blah blah are investigated for the same charges." Jesus, the White House's official position on this is partly, "Butter emails!!!"
 

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LOL at Sarah Sanders saying, "We'll see if Hillary Clinton blah blah blah are investigated for the same charges." Jesus, the White House's official position on this is partly, "Butter emails!!!"
Really. It like blaming republicans when they are no longer in office.

Now seriously, there does seem to be some jeopardy in play for judicial corruption when you have two high profile investigation where one indicts and aggressively prosecutes lying to investigators and the other does not convene an grand jury, gives out immunity to subjects and witnesses, and excuses crimes as oversights.

I am all for prosecuting these crimes because DC is corrupt and all this is just more proof of that.
 

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It's 9,706 dimensional chess to get the media to transition its focus back to your crimes and away from your shutdown and failure to govern.
Caving in on the shutdown and letting down your Fox News supporters to get the media to stop focusing on the Roger Stone story after just a few hours adds roughly five new dimensions to the previous chess total.
 

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This is not a joke or a photoshop but an actual tattoo on Roger Stone's back.

Wow, really?

You couldn't write this.

EDIT: Actually, now it makes sense. He's been DYING to do the peace sign thing.
 
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LOL at Sarah Sanders saying, "We'll see if Hillary Clinton blah blah blah are investigated for the same charges." Jesus, the White House's official position on this is partly, "Butter emails!!!"
Hold my beer...….
Really. It like blaming republicans when they are no longer in office.

Now seriously, there does seem to be some jeopardy in play for judicial corruption when you have two high profile investigation where one indicts and aggressively prosecutes lying to investigators and the other does not convene an grand jury, gives out immunity to subjects and witnesses, and excuses crimes as oversights.

I am all for prosecuting these crimes because DC is corrupt and all this is just more proof of that.
It's not just the white house with butteremailitis.
Benghazi Investigation - 2 years 20.5 million dollars down the drain. 0 convictions, 0 indictments, 0 pleas.
Mueller Investigation - 2 years 21.5 million dollars profit, multiple convictions, multiple indictments, multiple guilty pleas.

Yeah....no. There's no jeopardy in play for judicial corruption but there is a lot of wishful thinking.
 

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Hold my beer...….

It's not just the white house with butteremailitis.
Benghazi Investigation - 2 years 20.5 million dollars down the drain. 0 convictions, 0 indictments, 0 pleas.
Mueller Investigation - 2 years 21.5 million dollars profit, multiple convictions, multiple indictments, multiple guilty pleas.

Yeah....no. There's no jeopardy in play for judicial corruption but there is a lot of wishful thinking.
LOL. Judicial corruption? How many judges appointed by Trump have ruled against him since he was elected? It's like talking to a breitbart brick wall with this dude.
 

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I can’t believe Roger Stone is doing an interview with Cuomo. Is Rudy his lawyer too?
 

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Too good....

 

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LOL at Sarah Sanders saying, "We'll see if Hillary Clinton blah blah blah are investigated for the same charges." Jesus, the White House's official position on this is partly, "Butter emails!!!"
Also, she said the stone indictment has nothing to do with collusion. Does it occur to her and those who follow this line of defense realize that the many indictments, convictions and guilty pleas are related to lying, hiding, or obstructing the investigation to collusion? The smoke is thick, yea? so they're lying etc because they love to own the libs? and not that actual collusion (jr had contacts....jared tried to back channel through the russian embassy, etc) existed???
 

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She said that? I have only heard a discussion about the indictment, but from what I heard it lays out the active conspiracy between the campaign and Russian hackers/Assange, both of which were contacted by members of the campaign.

From the discussion I heard it would amount to being an accessory after the fact to the hacking.

Has anyone waded through the indictment yet?
 

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